Information reaching our outfit indicates that the esteemed Ballon d’Or event will eventually return in November as it has been affirmed.
Last year the event was rejected altogether, due to the Covid pandemic. In any case, it has now been declared that the Ballon d’Or will by and by be contested in November live from the Chatelet Theater in Paristo to crown the world’s most exceptionally appraised footballer.
Chosen people for the honor will be declared on October 8 by France Football, the coordinators of the award event.
Preceding the cutting out of the honor last year, Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski was the unmistakable champ ahead of the usual rivals we know, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Polish striker, who as of late scoop the option UEFA Men’s Player of the Year award, will be relied upon to be in the running for the Ballon d’Or this once it officially returns.
In other news, Manchester United defender, Aaron Wan-Bissaka ‘s European ban has officially been extended to two more matches for the red card he was given against Young Boys in the Champions League by a UEFA disciplinary board.
Wan-Bissaka got a straight red card in the 35th moment of his side’s shock misfortune recently after a foul on Christopher Martins Pereira.
UEFA affirmed the information on Wan-Bissaka’s discipline on Wednesday morning, September 29, 2021 following the occurrence during the game in Bern recently.
Wan-Bissaka’s one-match ban has been extended for unpleasant play, reason why he missed Wednesday night’s game against Villarreal and the following month’s home game with Italian side, Atalanta.
Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw are additionally missing after suffering some injuries in United’s 1-0 misfortune to Aston Villa at the end of the week.
Left-back Alex Telles has quite recently gotten back from injury however will definitely get tossed in the profound end for the game to assist with filling the holes in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s defence.