5 Biggest Football News – June 2022

5 Biggest Football News - June 2022
5 Biggest Football News - June 2022
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Here we give you some of the best football news, as of 2022

A number of transfers were made in the month of June along with some of the biggest footballing news that you are going to hear in this article.

This article will tell you about some of the biggest football news that came out in the month of June this year.

5 Biggest Football News

Mohamed Salah signs a new contract with Liverpool

Mohamed Salah had an unlucky season with Liverpool since he failed to win two of the biggest football leagues in the world – Premier League and UEFA Champions League.

The Egyptian striker has recently signed a new contract with Liverpool, making him stay at the Anfield until 2025. Let is tell you that his former teammate Sadio Mane has now joined Bayern Munich on a three year contract.

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Romelu Lukaku returns to Inter Milan

After having a disappointing season with his childhood club Chelsea, Romelu Lukaku has finally returned to Inter Milan. He was one of the most important players for Inter in 2020/21 season. He really helped the club to win the 2020/21 Scudetto, breaking Juventus’ nine year winning streak.

2022 FIFA World Cup will use the semi-automated offside technology

Adidas’ 2022 World Cup ball will feature a tracking device used for semi-automated offside technology for the first time. The ball gives VAR precise data ‘to support fast and accurate offside calls.’

Richarlison signs a contract with Tottenham Hotspur

Richarlison was in talks with some of the big European giants but Tottenham Hotspur laid their hands on the Brazilian successfully. Departing from Everton, Richarlison has signed a five-year contract deal with the club.

Camp Nou is now ‘Spotify Camp Nou’

In March, Barcelona built a brand new partnership with Spotify over a four-year sponsorship from 2022/23 season. That said, Barca’s kits will have the name of Spotify printed on.

Additionally, the legendary stadium Camp Nou has been now renamed to ‘Spotify Camp Nou’.

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