TOTTENHAM transfer target Alexander Nubel will leave Schalke at the end of the season – but he won’t be heading to North London.Spurs boss Jose Mourinho had reportedly targetted the 23-year-old as the long-term replacement for Hugo Lloris.1 Alexander Nubel has reportedly agreed to join Bayern Munich next summerCredit: Rex FeaturesBut according to Bild, the keeper will join Bayern Munich next summer and sign a five-year contract.He will immediately challenge German veteran Manuel Neuer for the No1 spot.And unsurprisingly, Schalke bosses aren’t too happy that their star man and captain has decided not to extend his deal with them.In a statement on the club website, sporting director Jochen Schneider wrote: “After all the discussions we had with Alexander Nubel and his advisor in the past few months, we are not very surprised at his decision and of course we respect it.”However, we do not have to understand his decision.”Schalke, who sit fifth in the table, offered Nubel a new contract in the summer, but their efforts are set to prove futile.Latest Tottenham NewsHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summerEuropean football expert Kevin Hatchard told previously told talkSPORT that Mourinho was interested in bringing him to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.He said: “One little whisper that came my way on Spurs in the last few days is that they are keeping an eye on Alexander Nubel.”He is the captain of Schalke and a goalkeeper in his early 20s. He is a very good goalkeeper with a [Manuel] Neuer vibe about him”.Confirmed: Alexander #Nübel will leave FC Schalke 04 at the end of the season.#s04 pic.twitter.com/eX9K0HpFSa— FC Schalke 04 (🏠) (@s04_en) December 22, 2019
In December 2018, the Selection U17 lifted the first Women’s World Cup in the history of Spain. A feat that was forged thanks to the generation of 2001 which, for the most part, has already reached the First Iberdrola. With Toña Is on the bench and a team full of talent, Spain won the World Cup title. But what has become of the champions?Tasting Coll (Seville, First Iberdrola): The goalkeeper, then at Collerense, was signed by Barcelona for five seasons. However, without a place in the Catalan team, the Majorcan was on loan to Sevilla, where it is being one of the revelations of the championship. He has played a total of 18 games this season.María López Valenzuela (Granada, Iberdrola Challenge): The Granada goalkeeper remains one of the leaders of the Nasrid team, which fights in the southern group for promotion to the highest category. Untouchable in his team and a habitual in the Sub-19 by Pedro López.Paula Suárez (Gardner Webb, NCAA): The Asturian goal, after passing through Sporting de Gijón and Oviedo, decided to cross the pond to play in the united states university league. He plays in North Carolina and combines sports with studies.Jana Fernández (Barcelona B, Iberdrola Challenge): The promising winger continues in the Barcelona branch where he combines the second team with training with the first, with which he has already debuted. Still a fix on the U19.Ana Tejada (Real Sociedad, First Iberdrola): The plant left Logroño, where it had been formed, to stop at the Real Sociedad. It has been difficult for him to gain the confidence of Arconada, but little has entered the team, especially in the core. Has played so far thirteen games.María Méndez (Deportivo, Primera Iberdrola): The plant is one of the great revelations of the category. After signing for the Galician team after leaving Oviedo, María has become a stronghold of the defense of Manu Sánchez. It takes 21 games this season.Naroa Uriarte (Athletic B, Iberdrola Challenge): The Basque defender is one of the fixed in the rojiblanco subsidiary and even Villacampa made him debut with the first team against Betis.Aixa Salvador (Villarreal, Iberdrola Challenge): A fixed in the lower categories of Spain, the Castellón is still Villarreal player, where he grew up. Untouchable in the yellow team that seeks promotion and a pillar of the U19 team.Teresa Mérida (Cádiz, First National): After leaving the Jerez Industrial, Teresa signed for Cádiz, with whom she plays in First National. The plant is one of the great spanish values and a fixed one in the Cadiz team. Nerea Nevado (Athletic, Primera Iberdrola): The lateral continues in the rojiblanco team. The Basque has already debuted with the first team, although it is more common in subsidiary of Reto Iberdrola. With Villacampa this season he has played two games.Irene López (Madrid CFF, Primera Iberdrola): The talented midfielder changed his scene this summer when signing for Espanyol. However, he has had almost no opportunities with the parakeet (25 minutes in two games) so in the winter market returned home, Madrid CFF.Salma Paralluelo (Villarreal, Iberdrola Challenge): Zaragoza is one of the great talents of the future. This summer he signed for the Villarreal in order to continue combining football with his other passion, athleticism, where it is also one of the most outstanding.Paola Hernández (Granadilla, First Iberdrola): The midfielder remains on the team for her entire life, but has become one of her major players. He has played a total of 18 games and scored a goal this season and continues to be a fixture in the lower teams.Eva Alonso (Rayo Vallecano, First Iberdrola): The midfielder remains essential in the Ray, where already last year was untouchable. This season so far he has played practically everything with 20 games played and a scored goal.Leire Peña (Atlético B, Iberdrola Challenge): The Madrilenian left Madrid CFF and signed for the Atletico affiliate, where she is one of the permanent players. The midfielder has not yet debuted with the first team.Eva Navarro (Levante, First Iberdrola): He is one of the great talents of Spain. A fixed on the I raised already in the highest category that has even gone as far as the absolute national team. Sum already 20 games this season and has scored eight goals.Claudia Pina (Barcelona, First Iberdrola): It is one of the pearls of the Spanish quarry, but this season it has barely enjoyed minutes. In the Barcelona has only played 144 minutes between the four competitions and has not seen a door. Yes, it is taking minutes with the subsidiary.Mabel Okoye (Atlético B, Iberdrola Challenge): After leaving Tacon, where he achieved promotion to First Iberdrola, he signed for the Athletic to play in the subsidiary, where she is being an important player.Isabel Pala (Madrid CFF B, youth): The young forward is still in the youth from the Madrid team, although he has already been able to train with the first team once.Paula Arana (Athletic, Iberdrola Challenge): Another of the Athletic girls who arrived two seasons ago from Aurrera Vitoria. It is a fixed in the subsidiary. This season already has nine goals in Second.