first_imgFurther, Vidal also wanted to explain what a third extension will be like dedicated to current shareholders and others who want to do for the first time: “There are 35 million to guarantee the participation of sportsmen. From March 21 to April 24 will be a proportional preferential subscription for current shareholders. From April 25 to May 9 , subscription for shareholders that have subscribed shares in the first phase, with no purchase limit. And the third one, open to all up to a maximum of 4,500 shares. “The objective is to ascend as soon as possibleFernando Vidal knows that This agreement involves an oxygen ball, but it is also clear that sports goals do not change: “Can anyone think that with this debt you can subsist in Second? You could compete, but with whom? Urgency to ascend there will always be, although the debt was zero. By history the natural place of Depor is First. Nothing guarantees your promotion, but this gives you arguments that if you don’t have them, it’s complicated. It is not the same to compete with 3-4 million salary cap, than with 12-14 “. Fernando Vidal appeared this morning before the media to explain what will be one of the most important changes in the recent history of Deportivo. The president and his Council hope to approve a capital increase by Abanca that will guarantee future viability, but at the same time will change the ownership of the club, which will belong to the bank: “You have to pay 90.8 million euros in 12 years. That is the economic reality. We arrived in December and faced the problem in the face. It is the only real solution. Good in the short term and, above all, with long-term guarantees, avoiding disappearance. “The president thanked the willingness of Abanca, which will control a large majority of the share capital. In this sense, cannot guarantee that the bank’s intention is to sell the Depor: “No one can assure what anyone does with their actions. I can’t ask Abanca for anything, you have to ask them. “last_img read more

first_imgHere are the top transfer-related stories in Friday’s newspapers and online…Manchester United are set to seal a £46million deal for Benfica’s teenage midfield sensation Renato Sanches. Benfica president Luis Filipe Vieira was in London on Thursday night to complete the move. Sanches, 18, is under contract at Benfica until 2021 and has a buy-out clause of nearly £60m, but it is understood the club are willing to sell for £31m up front with £15m in add-ons. (Daily Mail)Manchester City have added Arsenal forward Theo Walcott to their list of potential summer signings. Incoming manager Pep Guardiola is a keen admirer of the 27-year-old and he has asked City to monitor Walcott’s situation closely as he faces a crossroads in his career at Emirates Stadium. (London Evening Standard)Chelsea winger Willian is a £50million target for Chinese Super League club Guangzhou Evergrande. Guangzhou boss and former Brazil national team coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has targeted Willian after signing their countryman ­Paulinho from Spurs last summer and another South American, Colombia’s Jackson Martinez, in February. (Daily Mirror)Southampton keeper Fraser Forster has admitted he is flattered by Chelsea’s interest in him. The Blues have the giant 28-year-old in their sights if Belgian Thibaut Courtois decides he wants to leave this summer. Forster has just two years left on his current contract at Southampton and has yet to sign a new deal. (Daily Mirror)Claudio Ranieri is monitoring Southampton’s Victor Wanyama as a possible replacement for N’Golo Kante. Leicester boss Ranieri is set to lose his PFA Player of the Year nominee this summer, with Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, ­Manchester City and Arsenal all huge admirers. (Daily Mirror)Swansea City will move to re-sign Joe Allen from Liverpool this summer, setting up a potential reunion with Brendan Rodgers. Allen will enter the final year of his contract at Anfield at the end of June and preliminary talks are currently not even planned over a renewal. Swansea were keen to sign their former academy player on loan in January and will make him one of their top targets again when the window re-opens. (Daily Mirror)Leicester are facing a big fight to sign the NEW Jamie Vardy. The Foxes want whizkid Charlie Coppola, who plays for non-league Lewes. But Premier League rivals Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal have joined the race for the striker, 16, who can also play as a wide man. (The Sun)Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is interested in rising Atletico Madrid star Borja Baston. The 23-year-old striker is currently on loan at Eibar, for whom he has scored 18 goals in all competitions this season. (Daily Mirror)Newcastle are targeting a summer move for Arsenal defender Kieran Gibbs. The north Londoners are ready to listen to offers for Gibbs this summer amid a growing likelihood that he will not be at the club next season. (Football Insider)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…?Leicester transfer news: Juventus eye N’Golo Kante as Paul Pogba replacementChelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United ready to move for Barcelona star Sergio BusquetsRoberto Mancini: Inter Milan signing Manchester City star Yaya Toure will be toughSlaven Bilic confident ‘Liverpool target’ Aaron Cresswell will stay at West HamLiverpool transfer news: Is this the goalkeeper to replace Simon Mignolet?Transfer news: Lazio and Sampdoria ready to offer former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner a career lifelineTransfer news: Borussia Dortmund expected to beat Liverpool and Tottenham to signing of starlet DembeleTransfer report: Blow for Tottenham and West Ham as Barcelona join chase for prolific striker Alexandre LacazetteTransfer news: Barcelona defender Marc Bartra set to spark summer transfer fight between Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenhamlast_img read more