Inter Milan striker Martin Satriano insists he is flattered to be linked with a move to the Premier League amid reported interest from Chelsea. The 20-year-old, who joined the Serie A heavyweights back in January 2020 from Uruguayan club Nacional, has been a regular in Inter's Under-19s side, scoring seven goals in 16 appearances. Satriano has also made it into Inter's first-team this season, making the substitutes bench on three separate occasions.
Chelsea has been heavily linked with a move for out-of-contract Bayern Munich star David Alaba in recent months. The Austrian recently confirmed that he will be leaving the club upon his contract expiring at the end of the season and is attracting no shortage of interest. Along with the Blues, Real Madrid has been credited with an interest in the defender, who can operate at either center-back or left-back. Now, though, according to a report by Le Parisien, Alaba wants to make it clear to his new potential club that he wishes to play in midfield, as he wishes to continue exploring his versatility. Whether that claim would rule Chelsea out of making a move for the Austrian remains to be seen.
The German tactician tipped Chelsea to "go far" in the UEFA Champions League this season - which would mean overcoming Atletico - because of Thomas Tuchel's appointment. "Chelsea have massive potential in terms of quality and quantity," said Flick, in an interview with France Football. "It's a young team with a lot of talent. "They can go far in the Champions League this season. Thomas has gained experience at PSG that will benefit him at Chelsea. "He is ready for this challenge. "Flick's prediction that Tuchel is "ready for the challenge" was proven true on Tuesday as the Blues were well worth their first-leg victory.
Mourinho's position as head coach at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is currently under review, according to a report by the Daily Record. Despite leading Spurs to the last-16 of the Europa League, the former Manchester United boss remains under pressure in north London after a run of five defeats in their last six Premier League matches.
Tottenham trio Matt Doherty, Dele Alli and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg are all just one booking away from a ban in the Europa League.
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