Godin close to leave Inter08 April 2020 / Rui Sousa
The defender failed to adapt to Conte's tactical system and could leave in the next transfer window.
With only 17 years, 9 months and 10 days, Maarten Vandevoordt is set to make history tonight as the youngest goalkeeper ever to play in the Champions League, surpassing his fellow countryman Mile Svilar from SL Benfica.
If he puts the gloves tonight at Stadio San Paolo, Maarten Vandevoordt will lead the list of youngest goalkeepers in the Champions League. The record belongs to the young Belgium keeper from SL Benfica's Mile Svilar, who made his debut last season in a home match against Manchester United. With 18 years, 1 month and 21 days, Svilar broke the record that was with Iker Casillas since September 15, 1999. The Spanish legend made his debut against Olympiacos with just 18 years, 3 months and 26 days.
Amongst the Top 10, we find historic names like Igor Akinfeev (4th), David De Gea (7th), Pepe Reina (8th) and Petr Cech (10th).
Vandevoordt will debut in a game where Genk has no chance to achieve anything else than a win and therefore the €2.7 million that UEFA guarantees for each win in the competition. The team is last in Group E with just one point and has no chance of continuing in European competitions this season.
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