Schalke star Klaas-Jan Huntelaar is set to leave the club after several successful seasons.

The striker is reported to be on his way out as he ranks low in the club’s pecking order. The 33-year old ranks below summer January addition Guido Burgstaller and Swiss forward Breel Embolo. The Netherlands international is even placed below former Chelsea striker Franco Di Santo, necessitating a move to get more playing time as his career gradually winds down.

Diego Maradona criticizes on Messi

The Argentinean legend Diego Maradona has blasted his compatriot Messi and also the Barcelona hierarchy for remaining away from the recent prize function of FIFA in Zurich.

The excuse that Barcelona gave for their absence from the function was that they had a match scheduled shortly and they wanted to be well prepared for that match as it was must-win for them.


The winter transfer window is set to close on the 31st of this month and there are many players that are begging to be considered by other sides as they seem to have hit a stalemate of loss of form.

RB Leipzig have been in excellent form in the German Bundesliga this term but Davie Selke’s career has not be as excellent and he would be happy to get someone come rescue him. His display at the Rio Olympics confirmed his status as one of the youngest best players but his career is yet to kick off.

Franco di Santo Likely to Be Back Soon, Confirms Weinzierl

Wolfsburg remain confident that Franco di Santo will be able to make a return back to the first-team for the game against Darmstadt 98.

The striker has been struggling with a dominant muscle strain for several weeks now. The team has been struggling quite badly in the absence of the striker. Manager Markus Weinzierl also has to do with the other forwards likeBreelEmbolo and KlaasJan Huntelaar.


Schalke on 25th of July, 2015 signed Franco Di Santo from Bundesliga rivals, Werder Bremen after activating a release clause in the player's contract.

The former Chelsea player left Bremen on Saturday 25th in the morning and after passing through a medical examination, he was officially announced as a Schalke player in the evening, in time to link up with his new teammates for a three-day training camp from Sunday.


The former Chelsea, Blackburn and Wigan player is currently in the best form of his career and in doing so has become a real fans’ favourite at Werder Bremen.

The Argentine’s wonder strike away at Freiburg on Saturday, took his tally for the season to 12 Bundesliga strikes.

Franco Di Santo Confident of Second Season Improvement at Schalke

Franco di Santo has become sort of journeymen in recent years.

He has played for the likes of Werder Bremen, Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea, and Wigan in the last few years. A lot of promise was expected from the Argentine when he signed for Chelsea as a teenager. He has since joined many other clubs even on free transfers after being unable to find consistent form.

Franco Di Santo And The Team Of Schalke

We have been reading a lot about Franco and his contributions to his present team, Schalke.

The team has been playing several matches and the last match they played in China saw Franco scoring well for the team. This happened when the team took part in a friendly match hosted by Guangzhou Evergrande.


German outfit Schalke lost to Chinese champions Guangzhou Evergrande in a friendly played in China.

They lost out on in a penalty shootout that ended 5-4 in favour of the hosts on Thursday in a second game at the Royal Blues' training camp.

Franco di Santo considered as a flop at Schalke

Franco di Santo considered as a flop at Schalke 04 and may be allowed to leave in the summer

When Schalke 04 signed Franco di Santo from Werder Bremen in 2015, they were hoping that they could get a prolific striker that will help them compete at the top of the Bundesliga. Indeed, the Argentina striker was quite prolific with Werder where he managed to score 14 goals in 27 appearances. This has prompted the Schalke 04 management to trigger his release clause which amounted to €6 million.


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