Yoshinori Muto’s first training at Eibar
The Japanese were seen attending an individual session with his new club Eibar.After 2 seasons with Newcastle United, Yoshinori Muto decided to swap the Premier League for La Liga via a 1-year loan at Basques club Eibar."Eibar and Newcastle have reached an agreement for Japanese striker Yoshinori Muto to join the Gunsmiths on loan until the end of the season," Eibar said in a statement."The Japanese forward will wear number 12, and after training individually these first days, he will join the group next week,"A product of FC Tokyo's famous academy, Muto first ventured to Europe in the 2015/16...
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Eibar, Real Valladolid among scramble for Everton striker Sandro
Eibar are lining up a move for Everton striker Sandro Ramirez.Mundo Deportivo says Eibar will face competition from SD Huesca, Elche CF and Valladolid.Sandro is also of interest for Braga and Sporting in Portugal, who asked for him before he joined Valladolid on loan last summer.The player's contract lasts until 2021, and the Merseyside club 'want to get rid' of him this summer. Carlo Ancelotti has personally informed the Spaniard he will not play for the Premier League side again.Copyright 2020 tribalfootball.com Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.Provided by SyndiGate Media Inc.
Soccer: Inui scores 1st goal of season as Eibar beat Granada 3-0
Takashi Inui opened his account for the season with a late goal in Eibar's 3-0 win over Granada in the Spanish top flight on Friday.The 31-year-old former Japan winger netted in the 87th minute at Ipurua Municipal Stadium after first-half goals from Sergi Enrich and Kike.Following a pass into the area from Kike, Inui kept the ball in play with his first touch before blasting a tightly angled shot across Granada keeper Rui Silva and into the top right corner.The win ended a run of three straight home defeats for Eibar, who are currently 16th in the Liga standings.Inui started his second stint w...
Soccer: Japan winger Inui returns to Eibar
La Liga side Eibar announced Wednesday it has acquired Takashi Inui from Real Betis, bringing the Japan winger back to the club where he started in Spain.A standout for Akira Nishino's side at last year's World Cup in Russia, the 31-year-old Inui spent three seasons with Eibar before moving to Betis in the 2017-2018 season.After making just 14 appearances for Betis last season, Inui spent the second half of the campaign on loan with Alaves.A native of Shiga Prefecture, Inui made his professional debut with Yokohama F Marinos before spending three seasons with Cerezo Osaka.The speedy, 1.69-mete...