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European Morning: Harry Kane’s stunning performance, Bale’s absence, and the Inter vs Juventus showdown.

“Good Morning Europe” is a daily morning report that highlights the most important headlines from major European newspapers, whether German, English, Italian, Spanish, or French, for the esteemed visitors of Yalla Koura.

English Press
– Daily Star
– Shocking statistics for Manchester United
– The defenders at Manchester United have scored more goals than the attackers in the English Premier League this season.
– Daily Mail
– Suspension of Ten Hag
– Dutch coach Erik Ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, has been suspended for one match.
– The Sun
– Trippier altercation with Newcastle United fan
– Newcastle United captain Kieran Trippier got into an altercation with a fan after the team’s 2-0 loss to Bournemouth.

Spanish Press
– Sport
– De Jong’s return date
– Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez has set a return date for midfielder Frenkie de Jong after his injury absence.
– AS
– Belingham’s absence
– Real Madrid midfielder Jude Bellingham will be sidelined for two weeks due to a shoulder injury.

German Press
– Bild
– Harry Kane continues to impress
– Harry Kane continued his stunning goal-scoring form in the German league, scoring two goals in Bayern Munich’s 4-2 win over Heidenheim.
– Sky Germany
– Müller’s future
– Bayern Munich striker Thomas Müller responded to the possibility of extending his contract with the club.

French Press
– L’Equipe
– Aguilar to face Marseille with a mask after breaking his nose
– Lens player Ruben Aguilar is preparing to appear for his team against Marseille wearing a mask after suffering a nose fracture.

Italian Press
– Calciomercato
– Milan ignites competition for Schalke talent
– AC Milan is interested in signing Schalke’s talented player Asan Ondrawoh, but faces competition from other major European clubs.
– Football Italy
– Battle between Inter and Juventus
– It is expected that Thiago Alcantara will leave Liverpool in the summer, attracting the attention of both Inter and Juventus, who may compete to sign him.

Morning Report Europe is a daily morning report that highlights the most important headlines from major European newspapers, whether German, English, Italian, Spanish, or French, for the esteemed visitors of Yalla Koura.

The English Press
– The Daily Star
– Shocking statistics in Manchester United
– Manchester United’s defenders have scored more goals than the attackers in the English Premier League this season.
– The Daily Mail
– Ten Hag’s suspension
– Manchester United’s Dutch coach, Erik Ten Hag, has been suspended for one match.
– The Sun
– Trippier’s altercation with a Newcastle United fan
– Newcastle United captain Kieran Trippier got into an altercation with a fan after the team’s 2-0 loss to Bournemouth.

The Spanish Press
– Sport
– De Jong’s return date
– Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez has set a return date for midfielder Frenkie de Jong after his injury absence.
– AS
– Belingham’s absence
– Real Madrid midfielder Jude Bellingham will be sidelined for two weeks due to a shoulder injury.

The German Press
– Bild
– Harry Kane continues to impress
– Harry Kane continued his stunning goal-scoring form in the German league, scoring two goals in Bayern Munich’s 4-2 win over Heidenheim.
– Sky Germany
– Müller’s future
– Bayern Munich striker Thomas Müller responded to the possibility of extending his contract with the club.

The French Press
– L’Equipe
– Aguilar to face Marseille with a mask after breaking his nose
– Lens player Ruben Aguilar is preparing to appear for his team against Marseille wearing a mask after suffering a nose fracture.

The Italian Press
– Calciomercato
– Milan ignites competition for Schalke talent
– AC Milan is interested in signing Schalke’s talented player Asan Ondrawoh, but faces competition from other major European clubs.
– Football Italy
– Battle between Inter and Juventus
– It is expected that Thiago Alcantara will leave Liverpool in the summer, attracting the attention of both Inter and Juventus, who may compete to sign him.

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