UEFA Europa League: today the final between Inter and Sevilla!

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UEFA Europa League: today the final between Inter and Sevilla!

After the spectacular 5-0 win against Shakhtar Donetsk, thanks also to the great performances of Lautaro Martinez and Romelu Lukaku, FC Internazionale Milano will challenge Sevilla FC in the 2020 UEFA Europa League final, staged in Germany, at the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne.

After ten years Inter will play a final of a European event (the last time was the 2010 UEFA Champions League final, when the club won against FC Bayern Munich), while Sevilla seek their sixth victory in the event 8Inter won three times the tournament).

To reach the final Sevilla won 2-1 in the other semifinal against Manchester United.


FC Internazionale Milano vs Sevilla FC (RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne, Germany) Will Ronald Koeman be the new coach of Barcelona? After the bad games of Barcelona, ​​many are wondering who will become the new coach of the Spanish giant.

The defeat by Bayern shocked the public and it looks like the new coach will have a lot of work to do to get Barcelona back to where it belongs. It is certain that the coach will have to show authority and bring in the right players because Barcelona has made a lot of mistakes in previous years.

We will see if it will be the same this time Three candidates for the new head of Barcelona's professional staff. No one in the world has a dilemma that Quique Setién ended the mission with a debacle from Bayern, as well as that Catalonia needs fresh blood at all levels.

As the presidential elections will not be soon, it is clear that the current leadership, led by Josep Bartomeu, will choose the next solution on the bench, with Ronald Koeman being mentioned more and more loudly after Mauricio Poketino and Xavi Hernandez.

The information was aired by Mundo deportivo, explaining that the former Tottenham strategist is not so popular at the Nou Camp, given that he played for city rivals Espanyol and reduced his chances with the old statement "I would rather work on a farm in Argentina than manage Barcelona"

if Xavi had looked at the first man of the club over the crosshairs, he had already "checked him out" several times, and even if Bartomeu tried one more time, he would have heard "no", which puts the Dutchman in a pole position.

Mundo adds that there is an agreement in the club that Ronald Kuman is a person ready to deal with problems and that he could fix the locker room with authority and knowledge of the situation in Barcelona. It is stated as a great advantage that he was Barcelona player for six years.

The Catalans are especially impressed with how he raised the Dutch national team from a stumbled world football giant to a high level, capable of competing with the best, and they believe that he could do the same with Barça.