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  TOP GOAL SCORERS IN THE TOP 5 LEAGUES THIS SEASON As most of the leagues are coming to an end lets see the top goal scorers of the top 5 leagues. PREMIER LEAGUE Harry Kane leads the race with 19 goals. Mohammed Salah comes second with 18 goals and Bruno Fernandes comes third with 1 goals LA LIGA Lionel Messi leads the race with 23 goals as he is eyeing another Pichichi trophy.  Gerrard Moreno and Luis Suarez comes second with 19 goals each. SERIE A Cristiano Ronaldo leads the race with 25 goals.  Romelu Lukaku comes second with 21 goals and Luis Muriel comes third with 18 goals. BUNDESLIGA Robert Lewangoalski as they say leads the race. He has scored 35 goals, 13 more than anyone in Bundesliga this season. Andre Silva comes second with 22 goals and Erling Haaland comes third with 21 goals. LIGUE 1 2018 World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe leads the race with 20 goals.  Ben Yedder and Boulaye Dia comes second and third with 15 and 14 goals respectively.
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LAUTARO MARTINEZ: BARCELONA OFFER PLAYERS TO INTER MILAN IN TALKS TO SIGN STRIKER Inter asked for Arthur but were rejected, but have interest in Nelson Semedo and Carles Alena. Barcelona have begun offering players to Inter Milan in the hope of striking a part-exchange deal for Lautaro Martinez . The Argentine striker is one of Barca's top targets this summer but the financial impact of the coronavirus means they are unlikely to meet his £97m (€110m) buy-out clause. Lautaro is keen to join Barcelona and personal terms are not expected to be a problem. Discussions via intermediaries have been going on for some time and Inter are said to be warming to the idea of players in exchange, and had asked for the chance to sign Brazil midfielder Arthur - but Barca declined. However, the Italian club have been offered Nelson Semedo, who is said to be open
Pre mier League could return by mid-June in 'best-case scenario' Premier League clubs have discussed resuming the season on the weekend of 13-14 June after Uefa wrote to domestic associations stating a desire they should finish their competitions by 31 July to leave August clear for the completion of the Champions League and Europa League. The letter from European football’s governing body formed the basis of a two-hour conference call on Friday that explored how the Premier League may be concluded. While any resumption is being modelled on matches occurring behind closed doors, guiding the decision-making is the overriding principle that the National Health Service’s ability to treat those with Covid-19 should not be compromised and that it has to be at ease with the top-flight restart
UEFA propose dates for Champions League and Europa League finals UEFA are also looking to play all outstanding ties over one leg if necessary, as clubs await an update on when the competition will restart. UEFA are exploring the possibility of playing the Champions League final on the last Saturday in August. The final was due to be played at the Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul on May 30, but that date was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. However, according to a report in The Telegraph, the final could now be pushed back to August 29 - while the Europa League final in Gdansk has been provisionally earmarked to take place three days earlier. The report also claims that there have been discussions about provisionally playing the quarter-final matches from July 28/29, with the rest of the competition concluded in August. While Europa League ties would  be played in the same weeks - but there are still 10 Round of 16 matches to factor into the planning.
TRANSFER NEWS:  SANCHO TO MANCHESTER UNITED LATEST, AUBAMEYANG LEAVING ARSENAL English football has been suspended ‘indefinitely’ amidst the coronavirus crisis, and while there are hopes to resume the season in June, speculation around potential transfer for the 2020-21 season remains in full swing. 1 Real Madrid join Aubameyang race It looks increasingly like Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will be leaving Arsenal this summer and Spain's top two are the two keenest admirers. Aubameyang is fed up with a lack of Champions League football and  Barcelona and Real Madrid are ready to give it to him... but only if they fail to sign Inter Milan's Lautaro Martinez. The Argentine is both clubs' no.1 transfer target, report Sport, with Aubameyang coming in second. Martinez only has eyes of Barcelona, and compatriot Lionel Messi, however, meaning Zinedine Zidane is ready to step up his attempts to sign Aubameyang.  2 Sane close to Bayern switch A serious knee
COVID 19- WHAT WILL BE THE PROBLEMS FACED BY LEAGUES NEXT SEASON? There will be many problems in the economy due to this pandemic. Lets see what are those. 1 SELLING OF SUPERSTARS As the leagues and the teams are facing financial crisis clubs couldn't afford to sign superstars. These leagues and clubs get money only if match is conducted. They will get from the fans who came to see the match, the sponsors on the players jearsey, from TV channels and much more. From these money they have to pay money to the coach, the players, the team officials and much more. Teams like Juventus are thinking of selling their superstar Cristiano Ronaldo who earns more in the team.    2 NO BIG SIGNINGS  Many teams could not afford to sign  players whose value is more. The most affected teams w.ill be Liverpool and Manchester City. Both these clubs have some of the most valued players in the world. Liverpool has Salah and Van Dijk while Manchester City has De Bruyne and Aguero. De Bruyne
COVID-19 WHAT HAPPENS IF ALL THE LEAGUES BE DECLARED NULL VOID As the virus is moving from one country to another FIFA and UEFA don't know when to start the leagues back. But what happens if the leagues will be declared void? Lets see. 1 LIVERPOOL'S DREAM Liverpool have not won a Premier League for the last 30 years. But this year they are the table toppers with 82 points from 29 matches. City is second with 57 points from 28 games. If Liverpool win two more matches, they will be crowned as the champions. But the virus destroyed their hopes. 2 NO RELEGATION OR PROMOTION If the season is cancelled then there will be no relegation and promotion. This might affect teams who play in the second and third division because many small teams have hard worked a lot in these divisions to enter the next division. But as the season might be cancelled they will be back at their positions once again. Also it might save teams that are on the verge of relegation. So they can pla