Matteo Guendouzi

22 Mar 19
TODAY NEWS

ARSENAL fans are considering voting for midfielder Granit Xhaka as the…

22 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
ARSENAL fans are considering voting for midfielder Granit Xhaka as the club’s player of the season – despite his Marmite-like ability to divide opinions. Gunners supporters have never decided exactly what to think of Xhaka since he joined from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2016. Granit Xhaka has enjoyed a stellar season for Arsenal and could be rewarded by winning the player of the year gong But now he is the first choice for many Gooners after an impressive season under new boss Unai Emery. The Swiss star, 26, has missed just five Premier League games this season and even captained the side on four occasions. With four goals – three of which proved crucial – and an ability to slot in at left-back or centre-back when needed, Xhaka has proved his value. He has also displayed his class off the pitch, too, by befriending Julian – an eight-year-old boy with Down Syndrome – and taking the youngster around the Arsenal training ground this week. Discussing the Arsenal player of the year award in a Reddit threat, Arsenal fans chipped in with why they would be voting for the fiery midfielder. One said: “Hate or like him, it’s too hard to deny he’s a key player in our team. And he has been really doing well when we faced big teams.” [quote]Xhaka for me. I can’t believe I’m saying it but damn he’s been f***ing awesome.[/quote] Another added: “Xhaka for me. I can’t believe I’m saying it but damn he’s been f***ing awesome. Massive improvements from past seasons and really playing like a leader.” A third wrote: “It might not be the opinion of many but I honestly think Xhaka could be a big shout for our POTY. “The midfield has looked pretty solid this year and Xhaka has always been part of it, whether he’s partnered Torreira, Ramsey or Guendozi he has performed well both offensively and defensively. “I’m not saying it’s all down to him but he does make our team gel really well with connecting the defence to attack.” Some of the other Arsenal players to have their names thrown into the mix were forwards Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as well as new signings Sokratis, Matteo Guendouzi and Bernd Leno. [article-rail-topic title=”Latest Arsenal news” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”8″ /] Arsenal, like with most clubs, allow their fans to vote for their player of the year towards the end of the season. Last year’s winner, in Arsene Wenger’s final campaign, was Juventus-bound Aaron Ramsey, who also won it in 2014. Mesut Ozil claimed the prize in 2016, with Alexis Sanchez the winner in the years either side. [bc_video video_id=”6016455954001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Arsenal star Granit Xhaka’s friendship with young fan with Down’s Syndrome revealed in touching video”]
22 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
ARSENAL fans are considering voting for midfielder Granit Xhaka as the club’s player of the season – despite his Marmite-like ability to divide opinions. Gunners supporters have never decided exactly what to think of Xhaka since he joined from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2016. Granit Xhaka has enjoyed a stellar season for Arsenal and could be rewarded by winning the player of the year gong But now he is the first choice for many Gooners after an impressive season under new boss Unai Emery. The Swiss star, 26, has missed just five Premier League games this season and even captained the side on four occasions. With four goals – three of which proved crucial – and an ability to slot in at left-back or centre-back when needed, Xhaka has proved his value. He has also displayed his class off the pitch, too, by befriending Julian – an eight-year-old boy with Down Syndrome – and taking the youngster around the Arsenal training ground this week. Discussing the Arsenal player of the year award in a Reddit threat, Arsenal fans chipped in with why they would be voting for the fiery midfielder. One said: “Hate or like him, it’s too hard to deny he’s a key player in our team. And he has been really doing well when we faced big teams.” [quote]Xhaka for me. I can’t believe I’m saying it but damn he’s been f***ing awesome.[/quote] Another added: “Xhaka for me. I can’t believe I’m saying it but damn he’s been f***ing awesome. Massive improvements from past seasons and really playing like a leader.” A third wrote: “It might not be the opinion of many but I honestly think Xhaka could be a big shout for our POTY. “The midfield has looked pretty solid this year and Xhaka has always been part of it, whether he’s partnered Torreira, Ramsey or Guendozi he has performed well both offensively and defensively. “I’m not saying it’s all down to him but he does make our team gel really well with connecting the defence to attack.” Some of the other Arsenal players to have their names thrown into the mix were forwards Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as well as new signings Sokratis, Matteo Guendouzi and Bernd Leno. [article-rail-topic title=”Latest Arsenal news” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”8″ /] Arsenal, like with most clubs, allow their fans to vote for their player of the year towards the end of the season. Last year’s winner, in Arsene Wenger’s final campaign, was Juventus-bound Aaron Ramsey, who also won it in 2014. Mesut Ozil claimed the prize in 2016, with Alexis Sanchez the winner in the years either side. [bc_video video_id=”6016455954001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Arsenal star Granit Xhaka’s friendship with young fan with Down’s Syndrome revealed in touching video”]
22 Mar 19
The Sun
ARSENAL fans are considering voting for midfielder Granit Xhaka as the club’s player of the season – despite his Marmite-like ability to divide opinions. Gunners supporters have never decided exactly what to think of Xhaka since he joined from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2016. Granit Xhaka has enjoyed a stellar season for Arsenal and could be rewarded by winning the player of the year gong But now he is the first choice for many Gooners after an impressive season under new boss Unai Emery. The Swiss star, 26, has missed just five Premier League games this season and even captained the side on four occasions. With four goals – three of which proved crucial – and an ability to slot in at left-back or centre-back when needed, Xhaka has proved his value. He has also displayed his class off the pitch, too, by befriending Julian – an eight-year-old boy with Down Syndrome – and taking the youngster around the Arsenal training ground this week. Discussing the Arsenal player of the year award in a Reddit threat, Arsenal fans chipped in with why they would be voting for the fiery midfielder. One said: “Hate or like him, it’s too hard to deny he’s a key player in our team. And he has been really doing well when we faced big teams.” [quote]Xhaka for me. I can’t believe I’m saying it but damn he’s been f***ing awesome.[/quote] Another added: “Xhaka for me. I can’t believe I’m saying it but damn he’s been f***ing awesome. Massive improvements from past seasons and really playing like a leader.” A third wrote: “It might not be the opinion of many but I honestly think Xhaka could be a big shout for our POTY. “The midfield has looked pretty solid this year and Xhaka has always been part of it, whether he’s partnered Torreira, Ramsey or Guendozi he has performed well both offensively and defensively. “I’m not saying it’s all down to him but he does make our team gel really well with connecting the defence to attack.” Some of the other Arsenal players to have their names thrown into the mix were forwards Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as well as new signings Sokratis, Matteo Guendouzi and Bernd Leno. [article-rail-topic title=”Latest Arsenal news” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”8″ /] Arsenal, like with most clubs, allow their fans to vote for their player of the year towards the end of the season. Last year’s winner, in Arsene Wenger’s final campaign, was Juventus-bound Aaron Ramsey, who also won it in 2014. Mesut Ozil claimed the prize in 2016, with Alexis Sanchez the winner in the years either side. [bc_video video_id=”6016455954001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Arsenal star Granit Xhaka’s friendship with young fan with Down’s Syndrome revealed in touching video”]
22 Mar 19
talkSPORT
Premier League clubs have unearthed some hidden gems this season. Players who were bought on the cheap have excelled in England’s top-flight so far and here, talkSPORT.com looks at those signed last summer who will be worth much more now. Fabian Schar (Newcastle) – £3million from Deportivo La Coruna Fabian Schar has impressed at both ends of the pitch for Newcastle Schar has played a vital role in Newcastle’s recent upturn in form, scoring three times in five successive Premier League home wins. His stunning strike against Burnley won him the February goal of the month award. The 27-year-old defender’s impressive displays have seen him linked with moves to Tottenham and Arsenal. Both north London clubs would have to pay considerably more than the £3million Newcastle paid Deportivo to land the Switzerland international. David Brooks (Bournemouth) – £10million from Sheffield United David Brooks has starred for Bournemouth this season Brooks’ form for Sheffield United in the Championship last season – his debut campaign – was enough to convince Eddie Howe and Bournemouth to splash the cash. At a modest fee of just £10million, Brooks is paying it back with starring performances in the Premier League. He has scored six goals, including a strike in a 4-0 win over Chelsea in January, and registered four assists. He signed a new long-term contract with the Cherries last month to help ward off reported interest from Manchester United and Tottenham. Joao Moutinho (Wolves) – £5million from Monaco Joao Moutinho has been a revelation for Wolves Moutinho’s move to Wolves was one of the most surprising transfers of the 2018 summer window. A European Championship winner does not often sacrifice Champions League football for a newly-promoted club – but that is exactly what Moutinho did. At 32, in his first taste of Premier League football, the midfielder has fitted in seamlessly leaving Spurs fans to rue what might have been as they were ‘minutes’ from signing him under Andre Villas-Boas. Playing in either a two or three-man midfield, most of Moutinho’s seven assists have come from dead ball situations. Matteo Guendouzi (Arsenal) – £7million from Lorient Matteo Guendouzi has been a huge hit for Arsenal this season Playing in Ligue 2 last season, most Arsenal fans would not have known who Guendouzi was. The Frenchman might have thought he would have to bide his time for a first-team chance with Lucas Torreira, Granit Xhaka and Aaron Ramsey in midfield. But Arsenal boss Unai Emery started Guendouzi in the club’s first game of the season against Premier League champions Manchester City – and since his debut – he has made 36 more appearances in all competitions. His form has kept Denis Suarez, who joined on loan from Barcelona in January, waiting for a first league start. Reports claim Paris Saint-Germain are keeping tabs on Guendouzi, who is constantly improving. Ben Foster (Watford) – free transfer from West Brom Ben Foster has been solid for Watford Foster, at the age of 35, has played every single minute of Watford’s impressive Premier League campaign. The Hornets are eighth and just one point off a Europa League place. The former England international was relegated with West Brom last season, but has bounced back emphatically with Watford. Xherdan Shaqiri (Liverpool) – £13million from Stoke Xherdan Shaqiri’s brace inflicted the final defeat of Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United career Eyebrows were raised when Liverpool activated Shaqiri’s release clause following his relegation with Stoke. The winger was inconsistent during his time at the bet365 Stadium and a huge jump to a top-four club seemed too much. However, he has been a solid squad player for Liverpool, providing competition for Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah. He became a fans’ favourite since coming off the bench to score twice in a 3-1 win over Manchester United in December. Salomon Rondon (Newcastle) – £2million loan fee from West Brom Salomon Rondon is in fine goalscoring form Newcastle paid West Brom £2million to sign Rondon on loan with Dwight Gayle heading the other way – and it is a move that has worked out perfectly for them. The Venezuelan has been Rafa Benitez’s first-choice striker, netting ten goals this season, including three in his last five to help the Magpies climb the table. With just one year left on Rondon’s contract, you’d be surprised if Newcastle did not make the loan move permanent this summer.
21 Mar 19
TODAY NEWS

ARSENAL are already planning for the summer by stepping up their…

21 Mar 19
The Sun
ARSENAL are already planning for the summer by stepping up their interest in Paris Saint-Germain star Christopher Nkunku. The Gunners tried sign the midfielder on loan in January, but could not agree a deal with the French giants and signed Denis Suarez instead. The Paris Saint-Germain ace played under Unai Emery for two seasons But Suarez has been a disaster at the Emirates and is set to be shipped back to Barcelona this summer. Nkunku has emerged as a top target to replace him following his sublime spell of form for the Ligue 1 leaders. Arsenal sent scouts to watch the midfielder play during the 4-0 win over Dijon earlier this month. The 21-year-old is said to have impressed Emery during his two seasons in charge of PSG. While under the management of the Spaniard, Nkunku scored seven goals in 43 appearances in all competitions. He is under contract at Parc des Princes until 2020 and it is understood that he is valued at around £18m. But his agent fuelled speculation that he could leave Thomas Tuchel’s side when he admitted Nkunku sees his future outside of France. [article-rail-topic title=”latest arsenal news” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”12″ /] The midfielder has also played alongside Emirates star Matteo Guendouzi in the French youth set-up. Emery could not afford to sign him permanently in January and had planned to secure him on loan with an option to buy. He wants to sign five new faces this summer, but will have a transfer budget of just £40m if they don’t reach the Champions League. [bc_video video_id=”6015381377001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Arsenal to dump Denis Suarez after six nightmare sub appearances and send on-loan midfielder back to Barcelona”]      
21 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
ARSENAL are already planning for the summer by stepping up their interest in Paris Saint-Germain star Christopher Nkunku. The Gunners tried sign the midfielder on loan in January, but could not agree a deal with the French giants and signed Denis Suarez instead. The Paris Saint-Germain ace played under Unai Emery for two seasons But Suarez has been a disaster at the Emirates and is set to be shipped back to Barcelona this summer. Nkunku has emerged as a top target to replace him following his sublime spell of form for the Ligue 1 leaders. Arsenal sent scouts to watch the midfielder play during the 4-0 win over Dijon earlier this month. The 21-year-old is said to have impressed Emery during his two seasons in charge of PSG. While under the management of the Spaniard, Nkunku scored seven goals in 43 appearances in all competitions. He is under contract at Parc des Princes until 2020 and it is understood that he is valued at around £18m. But his agent fuelled speculation that he could leave Thomas Tuchel’s side when he admitted Nkunku sees his future outside of France. [article-rail-topic title=”latest arsenal news” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”12″ /] The midfielder has also played alongside Emirates star Matteo Guendouzi in the French youth set-up. Emery could not afford to sign him permanently in January and had planned to secure him on loan with an option to buy. He wants to sign five new faces this summer, but will have a transfer budget of just £40m if they don’t reach the Champions League. [bc_video video_id=”6015381377001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Arsenal to dump Denis Suarez after six nightmare sub appearances and send on-loan midfielder back to Barcelona”]      
21 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
ARSENAL are already planning for the summer by stepping up their interest in Paris Saint-Germain star Christopher Nkunku. The Gunners tried sign the midfielder on loan in January, but could not agree a deal with the French giants and signed Denis Suarez instead. The Paris Saint-Germain ace played under Unai Emery for two seasons But Suarez has been a disaster at the Emirates and is set to be shipped back to Barcelona this summer. Nkunku has emerged as a top target to replace him following his sublime spell of form for the Ligue 1 leaders. Arsenal sent scouts to watch the midfielder play during the 4-0 win over Dijon earlier this month. The 21-year-old is said to have impressed Emery during his two seasons in charge of PSG. While under the management of the Spaniard, Nkunku scored seven goals in 43 appearances in all competitions. He is under contract at Parc des Princes until 2020 and it is understood that he is valued at around £18m. But his agent fuelled speculation that he could leave Thomas Tuchel’s side when he admitted Nkunku sees his future outside of France. [article-rail-topic title=”latest arsenal news” term_id=”880″ posts_number=”12″ /] The midfielder has also played alongside Emirates star Matteo Guendouzi in the French youth set-up. Emery could not afford to sign him permanently in January and had planned to secure him on loan with an option to buy. He wants to sign five new faces this summer, but will have a transfer budget of just £40m if they don’t reach the Champions League. [bc_video video_id=”6015381377001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Arsenal to dump Denis Suarez after six nightmare sub appearances and send on-loan midfielder back to Barcelona”]      
20 Mar 19
talkSPORT
Another Premier League season is almost complete and when it is all said and done, the inevitable period of reflection will occur. Who scored the best goal?  Which team was the worst? or who was each team’s best player? Jorginho signed for Chelsea from Napoli And thankfully, this is where we can help answer that final question to establish which club has reaped the benefits and got full value for their money. A study by Sportsman.com has worked this out by dividing the players transfer fee as looking at statistics such as number of passes made, assists and goals scored. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL STORIES” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Arsenal Best – Matteo Guendouzi (£2,649 per minute, win, goal, assist, shot on target, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception, cross and big chance created) The 19-year-old Frenchman arrived for £7million from Lorient and has adapted quickly to life in the Premier League, while also being one of Arsenal’s most consistent performers. Matteo Guendouzi has impressed at Arsenal Bournemouth Best – David Brooks (£4,545 per minute, win, goal, assist, shot on target, pass, cross, big chance created) Brooks has been a revelation for the Cherries this season and his displays have attracted the attention of Manchester United among others. Despite his slight stature, the 21-year-old is one of the first names on Eddie Howe’s team-sheet and has netted six times this season. David Brooks has starred for Bournemouth this season Brighton Best – Martin Montoya (£2,262 per minute, win, clean sheet, goal, assist, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception, cross, big chance created) The ex-Barcelona defender was once understudy to Dani Alves, but is now an integral member of the Seagulls back-line and has racked up 21 appearances in the top-flight so far. Montoya has been consistent for Brighton Burnley Best – Joe Hart (£1,474 per minute, win, clean sheet, save, catch, high claim, punch, sweeper clearance, pass) While the former England goalkeeper has lost his place to Tom Heaton, he has still managed to feature 19 times for Sean Dyche’s team. Joe Hart is no longer first-choice at Burnley Cardiff Best – Greg Cunningham (£4,684 per minute, win, clean sheet, goal, assist, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception, cross, big chance created) The former Manchester City defender has played just seven times in the league for the Bluebirds, but it is enough for him to come out on top as the club’s best piece of business. The former Man City defender has featured just seven times this season Chelsea Best – Jorginho (£9,711 per minute, win, goal, assist, shot on target, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception, cross and big chance created) While he may have come in for recent criticism due to Chelsea’s disappointing form, the Italian started the season positively and has made more passes in the Premier League than any other player and recently netted the winner against Fulham. Jorginho has the most passes in the league Crystal Palace Best – Cheikhou Kouyate (£4,154 per minute, win, goal, assist, shot on target, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception, cross and big chance created) He is the only player signed by the club with a transfer fee or to make an appearance in the Premier League this season. Kouyate was Palace’s only summer signing Everton Best – Lucas Digne (£4,692 per minute, win, clean sheet, goal, assist, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception, cross, big chance created) A wonderful crosser of the ball, Digne has a wand of a left foot and has arrived at a crucial time for Everton, who are going through a transitional phase and with Leighton Baines no longer the force he was, the Toffees have found his long-term replacement. Digne has gradually replaced Leighton Baines Fulham Best – Maxime Le Marchand (£1,131 per minute, win, clean sheet, goal, assist, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception, cross, big chance created) It may have been a wretched season for Fulham who are destined to return to the Championship, but the French full-back has been a dependable presence. The Frenchman in action for Fulham Huddersfield Best – Jonas Lossl (£646 per minute, win, clean sheet, save, catch, high claim, punch, sweeper clearance, pass) The season began badly for the big Dane, who was replaced in goal by Ben Hamer, but he soon returned to reclaim his spot, playing 19 times. Jonas Lossl has regained his place in the side Leicester Best – Jonny Evans (£1,425 per minute, win, clean sheet, goal, assist, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception) The experienced ex-Manchester United and West Brom defender has become a fixture for the Foxes, even relegating captain Wes Morgan to the bench. Evans has relegated Wes Morgan to the bench Liverpool Best – Xherdan Shaqiri (£7,585 per minute, win, goal, assist, shot on target, pass, cross, big chance created) While his absence in the last few weeks has been frustrating for both fans and players, Shaqiri at one point looked like being one of the signings of the season in the earlier phase of the campaign. A sublime free-kick against Southampton and a double against Man United have shown what he is capable of. Shaqiri made an excellent start to the season Manchester City Riyad Mahrez (£30,181 per minute, win, goal, assist, shot on target, pass, cross, big chance created) Pep Guardiola blamed himself for not giving the Algerian more game time, but his lack of action has not affected him being City’s most valuable buy and he has struck six times in his maiden season at the Etihad. Riyad Mahrez has struggled at City Manchester United Best – Diogo Dalot (£18,700 per minute, win, clean sheet, goal, assist, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception, cross, big chance created) The 19-year-old arrived from Porto and spent much of the first few months injured, but since breaking into the team in December, he has become a fan favourite due to his ability to defend as well as get forward and attack. Diogo Dalot has impressed since breaking through in December Newcastle United Best – Martin Dubravka (£1,178 per minute, win, clean sheet, save, catch, high claim, punch, sweeper clearance, pass) A key figure for the Magpies, the Slovakian is an ever-present in goal and has been since his debut in the win over Man United last season. Such has been his form, Dubravka is wanted by Juventus. Martin Dubravka is crucial to Newcastle Southampton Best – Stuart Armstrong (£3,995 per minute, win, goal, assist, shot on target, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception, cross and big chance created) A £8m summer signing from Celtic, injury hampered his chance to make an early impression, but he has since settled and has helped steady the ship at St Mary’s. Armstorng has settled into life at Southampton Tottenham No signings Watford Best – Ben Foster (£1,052 per minute, win, clean sheet, save, catch, high claim, punch, sweeper clearance, pass) The former England shot-stopper has featured in all but three of Watford’s 30 Premier League matches this season. Foster is first-choice at Watford West Ham Best – Fabian Balbuena (£1,511 per minute, win, clean sheet, goal, assist, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception) Fans have been calling for Balbuena to quickly return to the side, having been out with injury since Christmas. And after a stuttering performance from their defence on Saturday, his comeback can’t happen soon enough. Balbuena starred for West Ham before injury struck Wolves Best – Joao Moutinho (£1,237 per minute, win, goal, assist, shot on target, pass, tackle, shot blocked, clearance, interception, cross and big chance created) The Portugal international has always been a class act and has shown that remains the case in the Premier League, helping Wolves become the surprise package of the season. Joao Moutinho has been classy for Wolves
19 Mar 19
ProSoccerTalk

Which players have been the best new arrivals for PL clubs?

18 Mar 19
The Cannon of Arsenal

Unai Emery has turned players that were previously thought to be uncapable of doing the job or being good enough to play for Arsenal, and compeletly transformed players this season getting the best out of them. A midfield that is slowly coming together week in and week out, to world class strikers that lead the […]

17 Mar 19
Metro
The star beamed away as she showed off her ring (Picture: miakhalifa) Mia Khalifa has shared a sweet story about her ring as she celebrates her engagement to chef Robert Sandberg. The sports commentator, who quit the porn industry back in 2015, shared the exciting news with fans alongside a gorgeous snap of the pair, showing Mia sitting on her fiancé’s lap, beaming away while showing off her ring. ‘We’re engaged!!!!’ she captioned the photo in Swedish, before posting a string of photos of the dinner the pair enjoyed during a trip to Chicago. Not everything went entirely to plan, with Mia nearly swallowing the ring that Robert, 26, had hidden in a bowl of dried ingredients. Not ideal. View this post on Instagram We went to Chicago this weekend and had a wonderful dinner at Smyth. I proposed to @miakhalifa and she said YES! The ring was hidden in a bowl of dried ingredients and came out as a “new serving”. Mia was to curious and to eager to taste so she started to eat the inedible ingredients. I told her not do it and then I put the ring on the finger. I love you so much❤️ Thank you @chefjohnshields and team for a really good night and for making this happen. 💍💑 #happydays A post shared by Robert Sandberg (@robertsandberg) on Mar 14, 2019 at 9:59am PDT Meanwhile, the Swedish chef recalled that his beau ‘nearly fainted’ in his announcement of the news. We don’t blame her. However, clearly all eyes were on the ring, as the 26-year-old later shared a sweet story about a trip to a jewelers in Copenhagen. View this post on Instagram Vi är förlovade!!!! 💍🤵🏼👰🏽♥️ #StockholmSyndrome #Trapped A post shared by Mia K. (@miakhalifa) on Mar 13, 2019 at 8:19pm PDT ‘I perused and somehow found myself in front of the case with the engagement rings,’ she wrote. ‘I jokingly tried one on, like any girl would do… Later that day when we were back at Kong Hans, @robertsandberg’s boss, @mark_lundgaard teased me in front of Robert and asked if I’d told him what I had been trying on, and I turned beet red.’ Luckily, it turned out the proposal was a complete surprise, with the star explaining that her fiancé had led her to believe he hated restaurant proposals. [metro-tag-post-strip] ‘This trip and dinner was supposed to celebrate him getting his visa!’ she said. ‘Robert has planted the seed so deep in my mind for so long that he hates restaurant proposals so I never, EVER, saw this coming. I love y’all so much! Thank you!’ The pair have been together for about a year, after Mia divorced her American businessman husband back in 2011. [metro-fact-box id=”7022752″ title=”Got a showbiz story?” icon=”exclamation” /] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/01/12/pornhub-legend-mia-khalifa-calls-arsenal-star-matteo-guendouzi-f-p-west-ham-win-8337638/” title=”PornHub legend Mia Khalifa calls Arsenal star Matteo Guendouzi a ‘f****** p****’ during West Ham win”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2018/05/28/pornhub-legend-mia-khalifa-consoles-loris-karius-after-champions-league-final-nightmare-and-says-fk-you-sergio-ramos-7582600/” title=”PornHub legend Mia Khalifa consoles Loris Karius after Champions League final nightmare and says ‘f**k you Sergio Ramos’”]
14 Mar 19
High Velocity Sport

Arsenal hold talks with Rennes over Ismaila Sarr transfer https://ift.tt/2Jc7uQr Arsenal press on with summer transfer plans Arsenal reportedly held talks with Rennes over the potential transfer of starlet Ismaila Sarr after their Europa League clash last week. Sarr has taken the footballing world by storm over the past few months or so. The Senegalese winger […]

14 Mar 19
AFROINSIDER

<div class=”post-body-inner”>Alex Iwobi and his Arsenal teammates will look to turn their Europa League fortunes around when they host French club Stade Rennes in the second leg of their Round of 16 tie at the Emirates Stadium today (Thursday), <strong><em>Completesports.com</em></strong> reports The Gunners fell to an agonising 3-1 defeat to Rennes in the first leg […]