Loading… In the past year, the club have sanctioned over €300m in transfer spending to bring in a host of stars including Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic, Ferland Mendy, Eder Militao and Reinier. When asked if Madrid would be making any statement signings this summer, Perez told Onda Cero’s El Transistor show: “No there will not be…the situation is really bad. Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has ruled out the club making any big signings this summer due to the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic. Madrid transfer news has been dominated by the club being linked to a host of big-name arrivals this summer including Eduardo Camavinga, Paul Pogba, Kai Havertz and Kylian Mbappe. Los Blancos secured the title in La Liga on Thursday night with a 3-1 home win over Villarreal but Perez has moved swiftly to rule out the club making any statement signings this summer. “It would be difficult to ask our players to take a salary cut to help our situation and then we go out and make big signings – that can wait until the situation allows Madrid to make the best signings. “It has been a very difficult year for us because of the income being directed towards the stadium (renovation work) and we had to ask the players to lower their salaries, which is something we did not want to have to do but these are exceptional times. Read Also: Lampard cautions Chelsea stars to forget revenge talk against Man Utd “The stadium is a large source of income for the club and we lost 25 percent – no fans hits the bigger clubs more because the TV rights are not as significant to our outgoings.” This league title is Madrid’s first since 2017 and only their second title in eight seasons. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Full Schedule Roster Preview Just over two minutes later in the 12th minute (12:22), Bruce scored the eventual winner off an assist by freshman Alison Walls (Kansas City, Mo.). Bruce collected Walls’ pass and shot the ball from 18 yards out to the far post for her first goal of 2018. PDF Box Score “I felt Kelsie’s bravery and presence in the air was critical for us hanging on to our lead, especially when they threw numbers forward at the end,” Horner said. “Our center-backs were much tougher today and will grow more consistent on the ball in the next few weeks. If you breakdown the moments where we needed to demonstrate discipline, grit and putting our body in the way of the ball, or going to ground to win a tackle, we shined. We have a lot of room for improvement, but our mentality and competitiveness were tested today and we didn’t break. That is a foundation we can build from. We really felt it would be important to come home from this trip as a better version of ourselves. through these two games our players took a lot of information on board both from successful moments and errors. We have a short turnaround after a travel day to prepare for Big 12 opponent, Kansas State, a game which will undoubtedly put us in a position to be focused from the start and eliminate some of our collective mistakes if we are going to have success.” “It was again a disappointing start for us today, but we instantly regrouped and got better throughout the first half,” said head coach Lindsey Horner. “Today was the first time this season that numerous individuals shined for sustained periods of time in their position. Collectively, we were much better at recognizing some of the cues we have been teaching in order for us to play as more of a unit, which is the nature of an early season game.” ESPN3 at Kansas State 8/23/2018 – 6 PM Next Game: Live Stats Story Links Drake (1-1-0), which fell behind 1-0 after a goal by Fresno State (1-1-0) in the third minute, answered quickly with goals from sophomores Olivia Bruce (Lakeville, Minn.) and Sam Nosler (Westfield, Ind.). It is the first career goal for Nosler, who stole the ball from the Fresno State Bulldogs, and sent her shot from the top of the box past the goalkeeper for the equalizer in the 10th minute (10:08). Drake continues its road trip with a match at Kansas State on Aug. 23. First kick against the Wildcats is set for 7 p.m. and it will be broadcast on ESPN3. Print Friendly Version Sophomore goalkeeper Kelsie Stone (Hoffman Estates, Ill.) finished with five saves for the second-straight match. Stone made several key stops late in the match as Fresno State scrambled for the equalizer, including a save with just two seconds left in the game off a Bulldogs’ header coming off a corner kick. Nosler and junior Annie Schmitz (St. Louis, Mo.) led the Bulldogs’ offensively with two shots on goal each. Watch Live MISSOULA, Mont. – The Drake University women’s soccer team rallied for a 2-1 win over Fresno State Sunday, Aug. 19 at the Montana Cup.