Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your Mind9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever Made Loading… “I read somewhere that they want to extend the transfer period to October, they can do that, but really, I don’t want to wait that long and be in uncertainty”. The Belgian-born Nigerian started his career with OH Leuven before he moved to Lokeren in 2014 where he spent two years and made 32 league appearances. In 2016, the forward teamed up with NAC Breda and scored 22 goals in 36 games during his one-year stay with the side before joining Utrecht where he spent two seasons. The striker immediately hit the ground running after teaming up with the Erve Asito outfit in 2019 much to the admiration of the club’s fans. His form in the Netherlands earned him rave reviews which propel Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr to hand him his first Super Eagles call-up. read also:My club made my Eagles call-up possible–Dessers The forward was part of the Nigerian team scheduled to face Sierra Leone in a 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying game before it was suspended owing to the coronavirus pandemic. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Heracles Almelo centre-forward, Cyriel Dessers, wants his future to be sorted out soon, having been linked away from the Dutch club lately. Dessrs gets Eagles call up The Nigerian striker joined the Heraclieden last summer from Utrecht on a three-year deal and enjoyed great success in his debut campaign with the side. Dessers scored 18 goals and provided six assists in 29 appearances across all competitions, his 15 strikes in the Eredivisie saw him emerge as joint top-scorer in the division, which was abruptly ended due to Covid-19. His eye-catching performances have generated a number of interests from European clubs with Belgian side Genk reportedly keen to secure his signature in the summer. Following the outbreak of coronavirus, it is believed the transfer window will be extended to October and the forward wants his future settled quickly. “I hope there will be news soon. I don’t want to drag and wait all summer. Without corona it would have been very different, I think,” Dessers told Tubantia. “Now the market is so uncertain, everything is uncertain. With the transfers I made before, I really relied on my gut feeling. The feeling must be top.
Senior quarterback Mitch Mustain took most of the first-team reps at practice on Tuesday, but it was the player who stood on the sidelines most of the time that garnered the most attention.Fighting back · Sophomore quarterback Matt Barkley injured his ankle against Oregon State, but says he will be ready to face UCLA. – Mannat Saini | Daily Trojan As USC prepares to play its last game of the season against UCLA on Saturday, all eyes are on sophomore quarterback Matt Barkley.More specifically, his left ankle.Barkley was in uniform and limited in practice Tuesday. He is battling a high-ankle sprain he suffered before halftime in the Oregon State game two weeks ago and didn’t play at all against Notre Dame.After USC’s loss to the Fighting Irish, however, Barkley said there was no doubt he would play this week and remained equally optimistic on Tuesday.“That’s the mindset you got to have,” Barkley said. “I think it’s a little more probable [playing] this week but I’m definitely anticipating being back in.”USC coach Lane Kiffin said Barkley threw the ball well in his limited snaps on Tuesday but needs to show that he can move around unhindered by his ankle for him to start Saturday.“I hope he’s going to play, I think he’s going to play, but I don’t know for sure if he’s going to play,” Kiffin said. “We’re going to go throughout the week and it’ll probably be a gametime decision.”Barkley wore a thin brace on his left ankle on Tuesday, but said it doesn’t inhibit him at all and only prevents the movement that injured his ankle. He said his ligaments are healed for the most part.“Pain scale is the only thing I’m dealing with right now,” Barkley said. “The injury itself is pretty healed up, pretty quick, which I’m happy about. All the rehab I’ve been doing paid off. So it’s just really a bone bruise which I’m trying to get rid of and ease the pain off that. It’s hard in practice to get your mind off it when that’s the only thing you’re dealing with, but in a game when your adrenaline is pumping through your veins you don’t really think about it.”Barkley has started at quarterback every game this year except last week and hopes he can finish the way he started.“This is my team. I feel like I need to be out there with those guys,” Barkley said. “But at the same time, if I’m not going to be ready for the job Mitch can definitely handle it.”—Walk-on sophomore Tony Burnett received most of the first-team reps at safety Tuesday. Starting sophomore safety T.J. McDonald was not in uniform and had a sling over his right shoulder which he separated against Notre Dame, and fellow starting sophomore Jawanza Starling was limited with an injury that kept him out of the last game.Burnett came in for McDonald last game and Kiffin said he was impressed with his play.“For a guy who really hasn’t played that much football for a long time, just really played on special teams for the most part this year, he did well,” Kiffin said.