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Atletico Madrid deny there is a £75m deal in place to take Lucas Hernandez to Bayern Munich after talks with both player and the German giants


Atletico Madrid have denied that there is any deal in place between Lucas Hernandez and Bayern Munich. Reports in Spanish newspaper Marca on Wednesday had suggested that there was an agreement between the defender and the German giants ahead of the January transfer window. They suggested they had agreed to pay his buy-out clause at the start of next month. That deal would cost sbobet asian Bayern €85million (£75m).

Bayern were also reported to be offering Hernandez a four-year contract at the Allianz Arena. However, Atletico have stated that they have spoken to Hernandez and he has said he has no desire to leave the Wanda Metropolitano. sbobet asian They also added that they had had conversations with Bayern, who denied they were going to make the move.

A statement on Atletico Madrid's website said: 'Following the story published by the Marca newspaper on an alleged deal between Bayern Munich and our player Lucas Hernandez, according to which the German club is to trigger the Frenchman's buyout clause in the January window, Atletico Madrid wishes to state that, in conversation sbobet asian with our club, Lucas Hernandez has denied any deal with Bayern Munich and also any intention to exit our club.'Additionally, the excellent relationship between Atletico Madrid and the German club has led Bayern Munich to deny said operation during a conversation between officials of both clubs.'

How Grimsby Town earned their FA Cup Third Round tie against Crystal Palace
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How Grimsby Town earned their FA Cup Third Round tie against Crystal Palace

The big day is finally here for Grimsby Town and their fans, 188bet with the Mariners set to do battle with Crystal Palace in the FA Cup Third Round this evening. It’s the first time since 2014 that the Mariners have made it this far in the cup, and they’ll be plotting a path to their first Fourth Round tie since 2000 as they aim to cause a major upset at Selhurst Park.

Town faced a tough test immediately as they began against MK Dons in the First Round.Paul Tisdale’s side sat second in League Two heading into the game, while the Mariners sat just four points off the bottom two, leaving some fans less than optimistic about their chances.And when Kieran Agard stealing the ball off Danny Collins midway through the first half before slotting past James McKeown, it looked like their cup journey could be over before it barely began.

The Mariners hit back in style after the break, though, with Elliot Embleton drawing them level with a superb strike five minutes into the second half. Ten minutes later, Wes Thomas put the hosts ahead to get fans believing, before Charles Vernam well and truly confirmed their place in the Third Round draw as he found the top corner to give Town a 3-1 victory.

“In the MK Dons games I thought we were excellent, certainly in the second half. “I think they probably shaded it in the first half and 188bet got their noses in front. “But in the second half I thought we were terrific and I thought we deservedly won that game.”

The Mariners came up against some familiar foes in the Second Round as they travelled to the Proact Stadium to take on Chesterfield. Having effectively ended their hopes of Football League survival the previous season, Spireites fans were no doubt hoping to inflict a bit of revenge, while boss Martin Allen, who also suffered relegation with Barnet, was looking for a much-needed victory given the club’s further struggles in the National League.

“Chesterfield was a different challenge in respect of the way that Chesterfield play. It made it very difficult for us to get any rhythm in the game, and it took us the best part of 70 minutes to find the type of football that we want to play. 188bet “Once we got the second goal from Harry, I think we were relatively confident that we would get through that match.“They were two different kind of performances, but they were two good wins.”Let’s hope Town can continue their journey at Selhurst Park!