Frenkie de Jong is passing the confinement in Amsterdam, where he has used until the last moment to train with the ball, not even alone. In the Netherlands, until a week ago, sports were allowed as long as regulatory distances were respected and you were not quarantined., circumstances that the Dutch from Barcelona took advantage of until the authorities have decided to tighten the isolation measures. Now in the Netherlands you can continue going out, but individually, and De Jong has sent this newspaper that currently no longer leaves home. The images of De Jong training alone in a sweatshirt of the brand that he sponsors and sweatpants from Ajax, his former team were taken last week on a public soccer field next to his home and frequented by others fans as you can see in the pictures. What he misses is one of the images in which he is seen accessing the stadium jumping a fence. According to the player himself, it was to be isolated and not share the field and that instead of waiting for it to be opened, he jumped over the fence to exercise.Now, the time to play football has also ended in the Netherlands, waiting for the situation to return to normal after the coronavirus.
1 Emmanuel Emenike It’s that time of year again! The January transfer window is open and the speculation is reaching fever pitch. You’ve probably seen your club linked with a number of players in recent days and weeks and here, our transfer expert, Jamie Sanderson, casts his eye over some of the hottest gossip and rates the chances of the moves happening.Emmanuel Emenike – Fenerbache to TottenhamSpurs want another striker and have been tracking the Nigerian international. The 27-year-old is keen on the move and a £7.8million bid has gone in. It’s all down to Fenerbache accepting now. (Chances of it happening: 9/10)Miralem Pjanic – Roma to LiverpoolPjanic is the man Liverpool want to replace Steven Gerrard, and they’re ready to make a concrete offer soon. The Italians don’t want to sell, but a bid from the Reds in the region of around £25million could be tough to refuse. (7/10)Ilkay Gundogan – Borussia Dortmund to ArsenalThe German international midfielder has rejected a new contract at Dortmund, and Arsenal want him. A last-ditch deal is on the table with the Bundesliga side to keen to keep hold of the 24-year-old, and the Gunners are now waiting to see what happens. Keep an eye on this deal. (5/10)Nemanja Vidic – Inter Milan to LiverpoolLiverpool are being offered Vidic by Inter, who are desperate to offload him after his move from Manchester United last summer failed to work out. Brendan Rodgers is not keen, but if a deal can be brokered wherby Inter continue to pay his wages, then this could yet happen. (3/10)Gareth Bale – Real Madrid to Manchester UnitedUnited are keen on the Welshman and have heard encouraging noises coming out of Madrid about the possibility they could cash in on the former Tottenham star. However, nothing will happen in January, so United are looking at other targets. (1/10)