Read Up “Russell Martin will lead Southampton for three years till 2026” After the Saints were demoted from the Premier League, the former Norwich defender, who is now 37 years old, will report to St. Mary’s with the mission of leading the team back up to the top flight.

Martin expressed his happiness at being given the opportunity to lead Southampton on the club’s website, saying, “It’s a privilege to accept this opportunity at Southampton, a club with such a long and rich history.” Martin is the next manager of Southampton.

“My objective is to return this club to the elite level of English football competition where it rightfully belongs.”

“I am ready for this task, and I will offer everything I have to accomplish this goal and to provide the supporters with a team that brings pride to them.

“I’m overjoyed to finally be here, and I can’t wait for the actual work to get started.”

Russell Martin Will Lead Southampton For Three Years Till 2026
Russell Martin Will Lead Southampton For Three Years Till 2026

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Ilkay Gundogan’s switch to join Barcelona this summer is reportedly a done deal.

The information that the Manchester City captain was going to sign a two-year agreement at the Nou Camp was first reported by talkSPORT earlier on Wednesday.

When the German midfielder’s contract with Etihad expires at the end of this month, he will be able to sign with any team he chooses as a free agent.

And now, the man who knows everything there is to know about transfers, Fabrizio Romano, has announced that Barcelona have been given permission by LaLiga to register the 32-year-old as a new player.

It has been speculated that Gundogan’s contract will include the option of extending his stay by an additional year.


Newcastle are close to agreeing a £60million deal for AC Milan and Italy midfielder Sandro Tonali.

According to a story that aired on talkSPORT this morning, the Newcastle Magpies made an opening offer of £45 million for the 23-year-old sensation who has been labeled “the next Pirlo.”

As the day progressed, negotiations proceeded, and it is now being reported that the two clubs are on the verge of finalizing an increased transfer fee of £60 million for the Serie A champion of the 2021/22 season.

This price tag would be comparable to the record-breaking transfer fee that Newcastle paid to Real Sociedad in the summer of 2017 in order to acquire the services of striker Alexander Isak.