Harsh sentence for Pogba, Manchester United wants Simone Inzaghi. Daily Digest for February 29

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Harsh sentence for Pogba, Manchester United wants Simone Inzaghi. Daily Digest for February 29 Harsh sentence for Pogba, Manchester United wants Simone Inzaghi. Daily Digest for February 29

Dailysports has compiled a traditional digest of the most interesting sports news for Thursday, February 29.

Bayern has decided to extend Dyer's contract. Bayern Munich has decided to activate the option to extend the agreement for 12 months with defender Eric Dyer, who was loaned from Tottenham until the end of the season. Thus, the English national team defender will continue to play for the German club at least until the end of the 2024/25 season.

Harsh sentence for Pogba. Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has been disqualified for four years for doping. The request of the Italian anti-doping prosecutor's office is fully satisfied, and the player's appeal has been rejected. Pogba himself stated that this decision is extremely unfair and he will file another appeal.

Manchester United needs Inzaghi. Manchester United is already looking for a potential replacement for head coach Erik ten Hag. According to media reports, they have taken the first steps to invite Simone Inzaghi, the head coach of Inter Milan. The Red Devils' management has made a very tempting financial offer - a three-year contract with a weekly salary of £150,000.

Liverpool has found a replacement for Salah. Liverpool is aiming to sign Cameroonian winger Bryan Mbeumo from Brentford. The Merseyside club sees him as a potential replacement for their star player Mohamed Salah, who may leave the club in the summer.

Macron did not try to persuade Mbappé to stay in Paris. French President Emmanuel Macron commented on the joint dinner with PSG leader Kylian Mbappé the day before. According to the French leader, it was just dinner and there were no attempts to keep the French forward at PSG.

Real Madrid goalkeeper may continue his career in the Premier League. Real Madrid goalkeeper Andriy Lunin is of interest to English club Newcastle. The Magpies are looking for a replacement for the injured Nick Pope and have turned their attention to the Ukrainian. The English club is ready to offer the goalkeeper a salary of six million euros per year.

Al-Nassr couldn't win without the disqualified Ronaldo. Cristiano Ronaldo was suspended for one match for his indecent gesture towards Al-Shabab fans. Without their main star, Al-Nassr failed to defeat Al-Hazem (4:4). The teams played a high-scoring match, each scoring four goals. Talisca scored a hat-trick for Ronaldo's team.

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