“monstrous” fee agreed for the young Monaco star

Real Madrid and AS Monaco have agreed an astonishing €180m fee for Kylian Mbappé, according to Marca.

The fee would see Real Madrid pay €160m for the teenager, with the extra €20m tied up in bonuses. The report does not say how much of the fee would be paid up front.

As things stand, such a fee would easily be the biggest ever.

Mbappé would reportedly earn €7m-a-year and sign a contract until 2023.

The two clubs met last week to discuss the transfer, with a €190m fee mentioned. Marca suggest only the approval of Zinedine Zidane – busy with the club’s pre-season tour in America – was missing to complete the deal.

After Álvaro Morata completed an €80m move to Chelsea there is no question Real Madrid can afford the fee and their interest in Mbappé is no secret. He would be expected to compete for a first team spot immediately.

The imperialism period in Europe

The term “imperialism” refers to a policy of extending a country’s power and influence through colonization or use of military force/other means. 

The period between 1870 and 1914 saw a Europe that was considerably more stable than that of previous decades. To a large extent this was the product of the formation of new states in Germany and Italy, and political reformations in older, established states, such as Britain and Austria. This internal stability, along with the technological advances of the industrial revolution, meant that European states were increasingly able and willing to pursue political power abroad.

However imperialism isn’t the word to describe the title of 19th century as many number of European states, most notably Spain, Portugal and the Netherlands, had carved out large overseas empires in the age of exploration.

The biggest question for Real Madrid ? THE FORWARDS

There is only one man (I should say boy) in the discussion here. Yep, you guessed it right. It’s Kylian Mbappé

The very young French lad, who’s been hot since his glorious performance in the UEFA champions league last season is the name on everyone’s lips at the moment and nothing would please Pérez more than to land the latest brightest young star in the footballing galaxy. Benzema is the certain number one at the moment — it says something that his former back-ups, Gonzalo Higuaín and Álvaro Morata, are now two of the most expensive strikers of all time.

Morata’s departure certainly leaves a hole but Ronaldo and Bale can both operate in more traditional striking roles, if required. However, Mbappé’s elite goalscoring instincts and creativity would add a whole other dimension to the Madrid attack. Over to you, Florentino.

Business remaining:
The excellent business conducted on Morata means that Madrid now definitely have the funds to sign Mbappé and stay within the bounds of Financial Fair Play. The Galacticos are reportedly agreed a fee of €145 million for the Monaco’s golden boy. Let’s wait and see where he’ll land after the opening of the transfer window

They will do everything they can to tempt the young Frenchman to the Bernabéu but in the event that they are unsuccessful, Madrid will still probably have to sign another striker to cover for Benzema

Be like NO ONE (deep thoughts)

I might have some unethical style of writing blogs, some misconceptions of grammar and words, swearing and condemning the people and some customs of the society. 

Look at a tree, selfless service provider, standing tall with pride yet so generous as it showers the sweet and juicy fruits upon us. Be like a Tree

Look at Thor, the mythological god of thunder, so Pride, honorable, fearless, a warrior and the defender of Asgard who didn’t accepted the throne because he thought he didn’t deserve it. Be like Thor

Look at Eden Hazard, the Belgian international Soccer star, hardworking, dedicated, one of the best in the world, a great player and a more great human in life. Be like Hazard

Look at your father, fighting hard, motivational, can do anything for your happiness, loves you no matter how good or bad you are. Be like your father

Look at Dwayne Johnson, WWE legend, great actor, sick speaking skills, badass attitude, a brand more than a human, beast gymer yet so generous and kind. Be like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

We should get inspired from them, not try to be a ditto copy of them (if we can’t do it) because we’ll never be like anyone. That’s why I say

“No one” is like you, be like NO ONE 

The Raisina hill : {all you need to know about the area of the leaders}

Raisina Hill, often used as a metonym for the seat of the Government of India, is an area of Lutyens’ DelhiNew Delhi, housing India’s most important government buildings, including Rashtrapati Bhavan,[1] the official residence of the President of India and the Secretariat building housing the Prime Minister‘s Office and several other important ministries. It is surrounded by other important buildings and structures, including the Parliament of IndiaRajpath and India Gate

THE HISTORY

In 1911 to transfer the capital of British India from Calcutta (now Kolkata) to Delhi, a planning committee was formed, and a site 3 miles (5 km) south of the existing city of Delhi, around Raisina Hill, was chosen for the new administrative centre. A well-drained, healthy area between the Delhi Ridge and the Yamuna River, it provided ample room for expansion.

The Raisina Dialogue

The Raisina Dialogue is an annual conference held in New Delhi, envisioned to be India’s flagship conference of geopolitics and geo-economics.


Transfer news for today !!

People always complain about Monday but Tuesday is arguably the worst day of the week. The weekend is a bit closer, yet still so far away. Ah well, at least we’ve got some tasty morsels of transfer gossip to see us through.

Neymar is warming to the idea of leaving Barcelona and has asked his father to arrange a move to Paris Saint-Germain, according to a sensation report in Spanish publication ASManchester United are also a possible next port of call for the Brazilian.

However, Barça are said to be “relaxed” about the speculation and sporting director Robert Fernandez finds it hard to believe any club would pay Neymar‘s €222million release clause.

Manchester United have agreed a £44 million deal for Inter Milan winger Ivan Perišić, according to the Daily Mail. The Croatian will apparently pull out of Inter’s pre-season tour of China on Tuesday ahead of a move to Old Trafford.

Zlatan Ibrahimović looks like he’s going to be staying at United after enrolling his two sons in the Red Devils’ academy. The 35-year-old Swede is currently out of contract but is likely to be offered a new deal once he recovers from his anterior cruciate ligament injury in around six months time.

And United are considering a final take-it-or-leave-it offer of £60 million for Tottenham Hotspur defender Eric Dier, if you believe The Mirror.

Monaco have told Arsenal they want a whopping £80 million for winger Thomas Lemar, say the Daily Mirror.

However, the Gunners haven’t yet given up hope on signing Kylian Mbappé despite Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim’s belief that the 18-year-old won’t be leaving Stade Louis II this summer. Real Madrid are also thought to be weighing up the pros and cons of a £120 million transfer.

(Source: One football )

Actions or Intentions ? (A question for all ?)

Yesterday, I read a book referring to the conversation between Ishwar Chand Vidyasagar and Sri Ramakrishna paramhans where Vidyasagar questioned the sage about the existence of the thing called god with a opinion to deny it’s existence. In the same book but the other chapter, Swami Vivekananda (the disciple of Ramkrishna) said that if people get killed while going to holy places, they are killed for a purpose and intention which can only be understood by God. I say that Swami Vivekananda should answer a not-so complex answer which he really did in the book

He said Changez Khan acted sin but his intentions were good like lord Krishna. 

Sometimes we do things with “niyyat” (the purity of intentions) but the actions done for fulfilling these intentions goes wrong. So does that make us a villain or visionary ?

I just wanna know your thoughts about this. Which is more important. Our actions or our intentions behind the actions ? If you say equally then I think you got it wrong because humans does not and never will possess equal everything