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Hero Cadiz goalkeeper sprinted to get defibrillator to save fan's life during Barcelona game
Barcelona on Saturday.The match was stopped for around an hour as medics tended to the fan, who was later resuscitated following a suspected heart attack, though things could've been very different had it not been for Ledesma's quick-thinking.READ MORE: Barcelona game suspended as medics scramble to stands and players left praying on pitchPlayers were seen praying on the pitch during the delay as the supporter, believed to be an elderly man, was being treated, before they were all ushered back to their dressing rooms to wait for the situation to be resolved.Cadiz substitute Jose Mari was later seen running down the touchline with a stretcher before making his way with a Red Cross worker to the stricken supporter, who fortunately pulled through.It's understood that the man was taken to a nearby hospital in a stable condition.If you could describe Cadiz keeper Jeremias Ledesm in one word, what would it be? Let us know in the comments section below.Barcelona were 2-0 to the good when the incident happened, and added two more goals once play resumed, with Frenkie de Jong, Robert Lewandowski, Ansu Fati and Ousmane Dembele all getting on the scoresheet.Fati, who scored shortly after the restart, gestured towards the section of the crowd where the emergency had occurred as if to apologise.
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Barcelona 'need £50m to register seven stars' including Lewandowski despite £500m influx
Barcelona's desperation to register seven stars before their La Liga campaign gets underway on Sunday (August 13) has seen them activate a fourth 'economic lever'.New signings Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha, Franck Kessie, Andreas Christensen and Jules Kounde are yet to be cleared to play by league bosses - with Ousmane Dembele and Sergi Roberto in the same position having agreed contract extensions.Barcelona, who are thought to be in debt of more than £1billion, need to find more funds despite previously raising around £479m by selling off chunks of Barca Studios and future TV rights.READ MORE: Gerard Pique to take second Barcelona pay cut in desperate attempt to register players Spanish outlet SPORT reported on Tuesday (August 9) had sold 24.5% of Barca Studios to the GDA Luma investment fund to pocket another £84m in their third lever.That came after they did the same with Socios.com and sold 25% of their television rights for the next 25 years to American investment firm Sixth Street - which brought in £479m - with the report adding that the club have been told by the league they still needed to find £50m having gone through a fourth step. The fourth lever was another attempt to lower their wage bill and offload players, with Frenkie de Jong keen to snub a Premier League move to either Manchester United or Chelsea amid a contract saga with his current side. Can Barcelona recover from the financial troubles? Give us your thoughts in the comments section below. La Liga rejected their bid to register new players due to their ongoing financial troubles, having agreed gone through a similar situation with Memphis Depay and Eric Garcia last season.Despite those woes, president Joan Laporta has insisted that the club are not
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Tottenham have 'preference' of club to sell Harry Kane to if they make transfer U-turn
Tottenham would rather sell Harry Kane to Bayern Munich than to Chelsea should the England skipper push for an exit again.The two clubs are mulling over a move for the 28-year-old, though both acknowledge that prying him away from Tottenham this summer will be no easy feat, particularly as Kane himself doesn't appear to have itchy feet anymore.Tottenham chief Daniel Levy is keen to tie Kane down to a new contract, with his current deal set to expire in 2024, and despite the fact he was desperate to join Manchester City last summer, the club now expect their superstar striker to stay put.READ MORE: Bayern Munich say Harry Kane's their "dream" replacement for Robert LewandowskiThey will only consider a sale if Kane refuses to extend, and if that happens Tottenham will do all they can to prevent him from signing for a Premier League rival, according to German outlet BILD.Having just lost Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona, Bayern are in desperate need of firepower and see Kane as the perfect replacement. Bayern boss Julian Nagelsmann recently admitted that he'd love to bring Kane to the Allianz Arena, prompting an angry response from Tottenham manager Antonio Conte."For sure, I am a coach that does not speak about other players at other teams," the Italian fumed during a recent pre-season press conference.
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