Jeffrey Monakana in action for MK Dons Former Arsenal starlet Jeffrey Monakana has joined Aberdeen on loan until January.The Brighton winger is yet to make his senior debut since arriving on the south coast six months ago, but did make four appearances on loan at Crawley during the second half of last season.Monakana, 20, who joined Arsenal as a nine-year-old before leaving in 2012, will now get the chance to test himself in the SPL with the Dons. 1
John Hill joins the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast to round up the latest sporting odds.Coral’s PR manager says Arsenal look a good bet to beat Manchester United at the Emirates on Saturday, with the Gunners priced at 6/5 to take all three points.He looks ahead to Sunday’s clash between Crystal Palace and Liverpool too, and admits he would steer clear of backing Brendan Rodgers’ side for victory at Selhurst Park at odds of 4/5.Hill also says he expects Chelsea to extend their winning run against West Brom and reveals they are just 10/1 to go through the entire Premier League season unbeaten.talkSPORT has live and exclusive national radio coverage of Arsenal v Manchester United on Saturday and Crystal Palace v Liverpool on Sunday
However, a statement released by the Spanish club on Wednesday read: “Given the information published in the last few hours regarding an alleged agreement between Real Madrid C.F. and PSG for the player Kylian Mbappe, Real Madrid would like to state that it is completely false.“Real Madrid has not made any offer to PSG or the player and condemns the spreading of this type of information that has not been proven by the parties concerned.”Mbappe became the second-most expensive player in history when he joined Paris Saint-Germain on a permanent deal from Monaco for Sh22bn (£166m) earlier this year.The striker is currently away on international duty with France at the World Cup in Russia, where he has scored three goals.Madrid have also denied making an offer for Mbappe’s club team-mate Neymar.Spanish state television channel TVE reported that the Bernabeu club had put forward a world-record bid for the Brazilian star.However, Madrid have denied launching an offer, which would have beaten last summer’s Sh26bn (£200m) deal to bring Neymar to the French capital from Barcelona.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000France forward Kylian Mbappe celebrates after scoring against ArgentinaLONDON, United Kingdom, July 4 -Real Madrid have issued a statement denying that a world-record transfer fee has been agreed with Paris Saint-Germain for Kylian Mbappe.Reports originating in France claim that Madrid have agreed a fee, thought to be Sh31bn (£240m), for the 19-year-old forward.