No guarantees from De Gea agent

first_img Mendes, agent to a host of world stars including Cristiano Ronaldo, was speaking at an event to launch his own autobiography. He added of De Gea in Marca: “David is a Manchester United player and has a contract. You have to respect that.” De Gea, 24, is contracted to United until the end of next season. At the same event, Mendes predicted former United man Ronaldo, who turns 30 next month, could play on for Madrid for another decade. He said: “I am confident that he will retire at Real Madrid when he is 38, 39 or 40.” Press Association United manager Louis van Gaal has recently expressed his confidence that the Spain goalkeeper will resist Madrid’s overtures and sign a new contract to stay at OId Trafford. When asked about De Gea’s situation on Thursday and the prospect of a switch to the Bernabeu, Mendes said according to newspaper Mundo Deportivo: “I do not know the future, things change every five minutes. We all know that in football nothing is impossible.” center_img Agent Jorge Mendes has not ruled out David de Gea leaving Manchester United for Real Madrid because of the way situations can rapidly change in football.last_img read more

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College football schedule: What bowl games are on today? Time, channels, scores for New Year’s Eve

first_imgUntil its loss to Oregon in the Pac-12 championship game, Utah had a legitimate chance of reaching the College Football Playoff.MORE: Watch select NCAA bowl games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) Two ranked teams will be in play. No. 23 Navy takes on Kansas State in the Liberty Bowl, and No. 11 Utah clashes with Texas in the Alamo Bowl.Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer, Lauren Sisler will call the Liberty Bowl for ESPN as the Midshipmen push for an 11-win season. Dave Flemming, Louis Riddick and Paul Carcaterra will be on the ESPN broadcast for the Alamo Bowl between the Utes and Longhorns.The Sun Bowl, meanwhile, will be announced by the CBS booth duo of Brad Nessler and Gary Danielson, with Jamie Erdahl reporting from the field.College football scoresGameKentucky 37, Virginia Tech 30Florida State vs. Arizona StateNo. 23 Navy vs. Kansas StateWyoming vs. Georgia StateNo. 11 Utah vs. Texas While the No. 11 Utes missed their shot at a possible Playoff matchup against LSU, they did secure a bid to Tuesday’s Alamo Bowl where they’ll face Texas.That game headlines a five-contest New Year’s Eve bowl offering. The Belk Bowl, Sun Bowl, Liberty Bowl and Arizona Bowl are also on tap.Here’s a guide to the college football bowl schedule for Tuesday, including TV channels and start times for each game, from the Sun Bowl to the Alamo Bowl.​NEW YEAR’S SIX PRIMERS: Rose Bowl | Sugar Bowl College football schedule: What games are on today?Here’s the full schedule for Tuesday’s college football bowl games, plus final scores and how to watch every game live.You can keep up with live scores and stats with SN’s live scoreboard.Tuesday, Dec, 31BowlTime (ET)TV channelBelk: Virginia Tech vs. KentuckyNoonESPNSun: Florida State vs. Arizona State2 p.m.CBS, fuboTVLiberty: No. 23 Navy vs. Kansas State3:45 p.m.ESPNArizona: Wyoming vs. Georgia State4:30 p.m.CBSSN, fuboTVAlamo: No. 11 Utah vs. Texas7:30 p.m.ESPNHow to watch, live stream college football bowl gamesThe New Year’s Eve slate features games televised live on national TV, with three appearing on ESPN and one on CBS. An additional contest will be shown on CBS Sports Network.last_img read more

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