Check out “FINISHED DEAL.” Former Manchester City defender Angelino has agreed to a loan contract with Roma, with the prospect of a permanent transfer to the club. Angelino’s move comes after he signed a loan deal with Roma.

After his loan with Galatasaray expired, the 27-year-old left RB Leipzig for the second time this season. He moved to Italy to fulfill his club’s responsibilities. The Spaniard said, “When I heard the phrase Roma, I didn’t hesitate.”

I expressed my utmost pride in being a part of such a beautiful club that has a remarkable history and a team that is full of champions. “I am tremendously delighted to be a member of such a wonderful club.”

It is quite exciting for me to meet the coach as well as my new teammates, and I am looking forward to helping them out. When Angelino joined his new team, he decided to wear the number 69 shirt. There is no reaction from us.

FINISHED DEAL Angelino has signed for Roma - AS Roma
FINISHED DEAL Angelino has signed for Roma

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A fresh appearance

Leaving aside the transfer rumors, Yeovil Town has made the formal announcement that they have updated their club badge, which they will begin using beginning with the upcoming season.

Fans have voiced their disapproval of the new, more streamlined appearance, while others have expressed their satisfaction with the contemporary appearance.

The new logo embraces their ‘Glovers’ moniker and harkens back to their history as a football club. This is a dramatic departure from their former crest, which was based on the Yeovil coat of arms. To be fair, that is what the video for the launch says.

There are some Yeovil supporters who have compared it to the atrocity that is Leeds United, but I believe the comparison to be a little harsh. In all honesty, this one appears to be fine. On the other hand, I’m not that much of a Yeovil fan…

A fresh appearance Yeovil Town
A fresh appearance Yeovil Town

The most recent news about Everton

Everton expects to hear about their appeal against the ten-point deduction under Premier League spending restrictions before mid-February, according to allsportspredictions. On Wednesday, an impartial hearing will determine the sentence.

In November, Everton received a fine for exceeding Premier League Profit and Sustainability rules (PSR) by £19.5 million, which is an excess of £124.5 million over a three-year period from 2020 to 2022.

The Toffees’ argument in their appeal will revolve around the fact that they did not acquire any kind of sports advantage and that the overspending was due to interest payments on loans taken out to construct their new stadium.

Everton is hoping to have a second charge against them for violating PSR regulations that was handed down earlier this month reversed if their appeal is successful.

The most recent news about Everton
The most recent news about Everton