Major clubs could tussle over Jamaican winger Leon Bailey

first_imgJamaican-born Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey will reportedly be the subject of a three-way transfer tussle between giants Premier League giants Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal in the summer transfer window.  According to Adrian Kajumba in the Mirror, the three clubs have all watched the 20-year-old this season and while Leverkusen are determined to hold on to their £40 million-rated star in the current transfer window, they are prepared for summer advances from the Premier League trio. Bailey joined Leverkusen from Belgian outfit Genk last January but only played 133 minutes in the German top flight in 2016-17, scoring no goals and providing no assists. In 2017-18, though, he has made 14 appearances in the league and contributed six goals and four assists.last_img

Marc Trestman named coach of Tampa Bay XFL team

first_img Related News Former Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops takes over XFL franchise Former Seahawks QB Jim Zorn named coach, GM of Seattle’s XFL franchise Welcome to the XFL, Coach Trestman! @XFLTampaBay #XFL2020— XFL (@xfl2020) March 5, 2019Trestman joins Bob Stoops (Dallas), Jim Zorn (Seattle) and Pep Hamilton (Washington, D.C.) as the coaches hired so far by the XFL, which will begin play in 2020.He was most recently the head coach of the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts in 2017-18. During that time, Trestman led the Argonauts to a Grey Cup title in his first year, but was fired in November after posting a 4-14 record.center_img He also was the head coach of the Bears from 2013-14 and compiled a 13-19 record in that span. At the end of the 2014 season he was fired.Trestman’s last stint in the NFL was in 2015-16 when the Ravens hired him as their offensive coordinator. He was fired in October 2016.The last four XFL teams still looking for a head coach are Houston, Los Angeles, New York and St. Louis. The XFL has signed its fourth head coach.Marc Trestman will coach Tampa Bay’s XFL franchise, the organization announced Tuesday.last_img read more