Journalist Oriol Domenech told Catalunya Radio: “From what they tell me from different clubs that have contacted him, Madrid has it closed. “When Mbappe departs, in 2020 or 2021, he will go to Madrid.” The claim comes after Mundo Deportivo reported Mbappe is eyeing a move to Madrid after a touchline bust-up with boss Thomas Tuchel. Zinedine Zidane is apparently ready to fork out a massive £250million to get the deal done. Mbappe started PSG’s 5-0 win over Montpellier on Saturday, scoring the fourth goal in the 57th minute. However, he was subbed off by Tuchel just ten minutes later. And Mbappe gave the German a piece of his mind after Tuchel grabbed him by the back of the head to explain the decision. It wasn’t the only controversial moment as Neymar confronted the ref at the final whistle over a yellow card for a rainbow flick. Speaking after the game, Tuchel revealed he is considering disciplining Mbappe for his reaction. “It’s not good, because it opens up subjects that go against the team’s state of mind. Too bad. “I am not angry, but I am sad because it is not necessary. I explained to him why we did this, and it will stay that way. “I will always decide the technical aspects. We don’t play tennis, we play soccer and we have to respect everyone “I don’t know, I have to think, I have to sleep. I will make a decision. read also:‘Nothing personal’ – PSG coach Tuchel plays down spat with Mbappe “We have training at 11am, we will talk about the match with the group. “I’ll see if I talk about this or if I do it individually. It will depend on my night’s sleep too!” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Kylian Mbappe has reportedly agreed terms with Real Madrid over a world-record move from Paris Saint-Germain. Loading… The tactician said: “I’m the coach, someone has to decide who goes off and who comes on – it’s me. “He is very intelligent, he knows what he is doing. He doesn’t like going off, nobody likes going off. “These are not good images, but we are not the only club that has to deal with this sort of thing. Promoted ContentPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti12 Countries Whose Technological Progress Amazes6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThailand’s 10 Most Iconic LandmarksThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More6 Reasons Sharks Are Afraid Of DolphinsThe Best Cars Of All Time20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”No Good Disney Role Models For Boys?
St. Louis-1 67 St. Maurice 28St. Louis-1 finished the regular season with a win over St. Maurice 67-28. St. Louis-1 got off to a slow start in the 1st quarter as they led 11-8 after one period. We got good shots but we couldn’t get the ball to fall. The 2nd quarter St. Louis-1 would shoot the ball much better as they would lead 32-15 at half. We got much better looks at the basket and the ball started to fall. In the 2nd half, St. Louis-1 would continue to make their shots as they would pull away for an easy win. Our defense really stepped up in the 2nd half which would lead to some easy baskets. This was a good effort by us as we head into the Deanery tournament.Kyle Siefert 16Sam Giesting 12Alex Westerfeld 10Lane Oesterling 8Cooper Williams 5Mitchell Ertel 5Nathan Eckstein 4Sam Bedel 4Jayden Beal 3Coach Roger DietzSt. Louis-2 92 St. Teresa’s 35St. Louis-2 would end the regular season on a good notes as they would defeat St. Teresa’s 92-35. The first quarter was closely contested as St. Louis-2 would led 23-15. We didn’t do a good job defensively in the first quarter, so once we played better defense we were able to take control of the game. St. Louis-2 would continue is good play on both ends of the court and would come away with an easy win. We really played well and hopefully we can continue the good play heading into the deanery tournament next week.Charlie Prickel 20Evan Vogelsang 18Adam Cox 15Gus Cooper 11George Ritter 8Joey Gutzwiller 5Karson Macke 4Jacob Wuestefeld 3Tyler Kuntz 2Braydon Worthington 2Christian Anderson 2Coach Fuzz Springmeyer