Marseille Lending – Mact Asso http://mact-asso.org/ Tue, 20 Jul 2021 17:11:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://mact-asso.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/default-150x150.png Marseille Lending – Mact Asso http://mact-asso.org/ 32 32 Transfer the news LIVE! Lewandowski, Kane, Varane; Chelsea FC, Man Utd, Arsenal, Tottenham, latest Liverpool gossip, rumors https://mact-asso.org/transfer-the-news-live-lewandowski-kane-varane-chelsea-fc-man-utd-arsenal-tottenham-latest-liverpool-gossip-rumors/ Sun, 18 Jul 2021 08:07:02 +0000 https://mact-asso.org/transfer-the-news-live-lewandowski-kane-varane-chelsea-fc-man-utd-arsenal-tottenham-latest-liverpool-gossip-rumors/ The summer window is starting to heat up as clubs step up efforts to recruit and sell players. Window’s biggest deal to date saw Manchester United finally land longtime target Jadon Sancho in a deal worth £ 73million. The deal is expected to be finalized this move with a completed medical examination. Real Madrid’s Raphael […]]]>


The summer window is starting to heat up as clubs step up efforts to recruit and sell players.

Window’s biggest deal to date saw Manchester United finally land longtime target Jadon Sancho in a deal worth £ 73million. The deal is expected to be finalized this move with a completed medical examination. Real Madrid’s Raphael Varane and Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga are also targets.

Chelsea also want to sign a superstar from Dortmund and are reportedly ready to offer £ 150million for Erling Haaland, looking to beat the fierce competition for a striker who is available for half that price next summer, but could look to Robert Lewandowski as frustrations grow.

Tottenham’s transfer activity has shifted into high gear now that Nuno Espirito Santo has been confirmed as new manager. Danny Ings remains their priority to sign with the club determined to keep Harry Kane. In defense, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Jules Kounde are reported targets, along with Lyonnais Houssem Aouar.

Manchester City are ready to spend the money again as they aim for huge deals for Kane and Jack Grealish, although successfully pushing the pair away from Tottenham and Aston Villa will prove difficult. Villa is convinced that Grealish will accept a new contract, while Spurs have repeatedly ruled out the sale of their precious asset.

Liverpool have been linked with Saul Niguez, Youri Tielemans and Nicolo Barella as well as a potential deal for Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches as they look to replace Gini Wijnaldum.

Keep up to date with all the latest transfer news, rumors and gossip today below!

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And on that note …

Mikel Arteta has raised the possibility of Arsenal strengthening their ranks a bit for the tour of the United States.

Here’s what he had to say …

“Now a little bit of recovery,” Arteta said after Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Rangers. “We’ve trained really hard, played two games and now we’re going to travel to America next week.

“We didn’t have any injuries, which is really positive the first week. We’re probably going to see some new faces coming, so very positive. “

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Gunners want Lokonga on trip to US

Arsenal are hopeful that the signing of Anderlecht midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga is completed in time for him to join them on their pre-season trip to Florida.

That’s according to The Mail, which says Mikel Arteta wants what would be his second signing of the summer, after Benfica full-back Nuno Tavares, to be on the flight on Wednesday.

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Chelsea leading Kane’s race?

Wait, are Chelsea likely to sign Harry Kane now?

Athletic report that Tammy Abraham’s offer and cash is more attractive to Tottenham president Daniel Levy than Manchester City’s cash offer.

Kane will join Chelsea? This will not go well …

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Tottenham did NOT offer Ndombele for Aouar

A refutation of ESPN reporter James Olley’s report that Tottenham are set to part ways with club signing Tanguy Ndombele for Lyonnais Houssem Aouar of France.

ESPN had claimed that Spurs were ready to offer the midfielder in exchange for a player available for around £ 25million, but Telefoot 1 reporter Julien Maynard – who has close ties to Ndombele – says that there is no truth in the report.

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ICYMI: Arsenal offer £ 34million for Locatelli

According to Sky Italia, Arsenal have filed an offer worth £ 34.3million for Manuel Locatelli.

The player, who shone at Euro 2020, is however not convinced and would prefer to hold on for Juventus.

Sassuolo is aware of the player’s preference and is waiting for Juve to match Arsenal’s offer.

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Vinicius Jr offered to Man United

Real Madrid have offered Manchester United the possibility of signing Vinicius Jr, the Mirror reports.

The Spanish giants are looking to raise funds to sign Kylian Mbappe and the Brazilian’s name has been mentioned during talks over Raphael Varane.

Real want around £ 68million for the 21-year-old, a fee United are unwilling to match but are reportedly interested in a loan.

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Spurs want Pellegrini at a reduced price

Tottenham are stepping up their interest in Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, Gazzetta dello Sport report.

The midfielder is available for £ 25.7million due to a release clause in his contract, although it remains to be seen whether the player is open to the transfer.

Roma want to sign Granit Xhaka from Arsenal but need to raise funds, so the two deals can complement each other.

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ICYMI: Is Kane going to skip practice?

Tottenham striker Harry Kane could refuse to return to pre-season training in a bid to force a move to Manchester City, according to reports.

With Kane keen to leave Spurs this summer and City showing interest, The Telegraph claims England players believe the forward will not show up to training if chairman Daniel Levy stands firm on Kane’s future .

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Man United get closer to Varane

Manchester United are increasingly confident of signing Raphael Varane in a deal worth around £ 43million, the Mail reports.

Real Madrid are ready to take advantage of a player who only has one year left on contract and is not interested in an extension.

Marca adds that Chelsea and PSG are also monitoring the situation.

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Chelsea turns to Lewandowski

Chelsea are set to launch a bold £ 50million move for Robert Lewandowski after ditching Erling Haaland, reports The Sun.

The 32-year-old – who turns 33 in August – is said to be open to a decision after dominating the Bundesliga for years, although Bayern are in talks about a new contract.

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In the Bouches-du-Rhône, a caravan introduces seniors to the digital world https://mact-asso.org/in-the-bouches-du-rhone-a-caravan-introduces-seniors-to-the-digital-world/ Fri, 16 Jul 2021 09:15:32 +0000 https://mact-asso.org/in-the-bouches-du-rhone-a-caravan-introduces-seniors-to-the-digital-world/ In the Bouches-du-Rhône, a caravan introduces seniors to the digital world Mobile homes offer opportunities for help and recreation for the elderly in the French department the Department of Bouches-du-Rhône, France has long displayed its public support for seniors with a view to combating their social isolation, raising their awareness of digital tools and supporting […]]]>


In the Bouches-du-Rhône, a caravan introduces seniors to the digital world

Mobile homes offer opportunities for help and recreation for the elderly in the French department

the Department of Bouches-du-Rhône, France has long displayed its public support for seniors with a view to combating their social isolation, raising their awareness of digital tools and supporting them in online administrative procedures. In this regard, in 2021 come The Houses of the Bel Age Itinerant (which translates to “Mobile homes for the elderly”) – mobile administrative offices intended for people over 60, as well as their families or caregivers.

Established throughout the Bouches-du-Rhône region (with Marseille for the city center), their vocation is to support seniors in their requests and to assist them in their administrative procedures or requests for services. The mobile teams try to make the daily life of seniors easier and help them navigate the world of the Internet and social networks.

Bringing the digital universe to remote regions

The mobile homes for the elderly are an extension of an existing and very successful project of the department – The Bel Age houses. The idea this time was to reach small towns or certain districts of large towns with few public services available for seniors. So, every week, The Bel Age houses Itinerant travel the territory of the Department to bring the digital world closer to old-fashioned people.

To do this, the authorities organized a call for tenders to select a private provider. The winner rented a caravan for 6 months and equipped it according to the given specifications; the beneficiary also provided the traction vehicle and the driver. Reception officers, on the other hand, are members of the Department’s staff.

Following the initial success of the service, the authorities launched a second appeal this time to buy a motorhome and the towing vehicle. For the moment, the General Council is leading the operation alone but hopes to receive European support funds (in particular programs dedicated to digital inclusion and local public service).

Currently, caravans offer up to 12 hours of laptop training for beginners and one-on-one coaching when using cell phones, tablets or computers. The goal is to increase the reach from 3,000 to 5,000 older people over the period 2021-2024.

In addition, and after a successful experimental phase, a new service will be added later in 2021 – the loan of up to 5,000 tablets, with a 4G plan included. These tablets will be adapted to the needs of seniors (with a simplified interface and large print).

Seniors initiated into Virtual Reality. Source: Department of Bouches-du-Rhône

however, The Bel Age houses are not only a place to learn new skills – they also take care of the psychological well-being of the elderly by giving them the chance to play games. In addition, citizens are introduced to the world of virtual reality (thanks to travel, relaxation and cognitive stimulation modules).

the Houses are also spaces promoting social ties, offering a range of leisure, sports and cultural activities, as well as weekly events, outings, workshops (memory, nutrition, health, digital) and conferences targeted on related issues with aging.

Noureddine BADER, Digital Development Manager of The Bel Age houses, at the Department of Bouches-du-Rhône told us about the innovative idea within the framework of the “EUDIGIT – European Digital Citizens” project.

He shared that the feedback they are receiving is very encouraging: “The municipalities very often ask us for the possibility of coming back for an additional week: we are already present in more than 20 municipalities or districts in less than a year and around ten new additional municipalities wish to join us. We received more than 3000 visits to the caravan. “

Caravan outsideVisitors to the service are more often than not just curious or willing to perform basic administrative operations, but they usually find out much more than what they came for. Source: Department of Bouches-du-Rhône

According to Bader, around 70% of visits were made out of curiosity – to experience the system and learn more about its mission. Then come requests for assistance with administrative procedures – tax declaration, retirement files, home assistance files, renewal of identity papers, mutual health insurance; and finally – participate in virtual reality workshops, which seem very popular with seniors.

After the initial success, it is expected that the caravan will continue to roam the territory of the department for the next 3 years. The team plans to increase partnerships with social and associative structures in the area where the caravan is installed.

Also, it is planned to set up hotlines and offer a better follow-up of user requests: the caravan is only present for one week, it is necessary to consider a follow-up. They are also considering expanding the activities offered within the caravan, to include, among other things, digital workshops on tablets, and memory loss prevention activities.

If you would like to know more about the project, contact Noureddine at noureddine.bader@departement13.fr or visit the Department 13 website.



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Transfer the news LIVE! Kane, Locatelli, Haaland; Arsenal, Chelsea FC, Man Utd, Tottenham, latest Liverpool gossip, rumors https://mact-asso.org/transfer-the-news-live-kane-locatelli-haaland-arsenal-chelsea-fc-man-utd-tottenham-latest-liverpool-gossip-rumors/ Thu, 15 Jul 2021 21:31:15 +0000 https://mact-asso.org/transfer-the-news-live-kane-locatelli-haaland-arsenal-chelsea-fc-man-utd-tottenham-latest-liverpool-gossip-rumors/ The summer window is starting to heat up as clubs step up efforts to recruit and sell players. Window’s biggest deal to date saw Manchester United finally land longtime target Jadon Sancho in a deal worth £ 73million. The deal is expected to be finalized this move with a completed medical examination. Real Madrid’s Raphael […]]]>


The summer window is starting to heat up as clubs step up efforts to recruit and sell players.

Window’s biggest deal to date saw Manchester United finally land longtime target Jadon Sancho in a deal worth £ 73million. The deal is expected to be finalized this move with a completed medical examination. Real Madrid’s Raphael Varane and Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga are also targets.

Chelsea also want to sign a superstar from Dortmund and are reportedly ready to offer £ 150million for Erling Haaland, looking to beat the fierce competition for a striker who is available for half that price next summer.

Tottenham’s transfer activity has shifted into high gear now that Nuno Espirito Santo has been confirmed as new manager. Danny Ings remains their priority to sign with the club determined to keep Harry Kane. In defense, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Jules Kounde are reported targets, along with Lyonnais Houssem Aouar.

Manchester City are ready to spend the money again as they aim for huge deals for Kane and Jack Grealish, although successfully pushing the pair away from Tottenham and Aston Villa will prove difficult. Villa is convinced that Grealish will accept a new contract, while Spurs have repeatedly ruled out the sale of their precious asset.

Liverpool have been linked with Saul Niguez, Youri Tielemans and Nicolo Barella as well as a potential deal for Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches as they look to replace Gini Wijnaldum.

Keep up to date with all the latest transfer news, rumors and gossip today below!

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Arsenal offer £ 34million for Locatelli

According to Sky Italia, Arsenal have filed an offer worth £ 34.3million for Manuel Locatelli.

The player, who shone at Euro 2020, is however not convinced and would prefer to hold on for Juventus.

Sassuolo is aware of the player’s preference and is waiting for Juve to match Arsenal’s offer.

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Fire sale in Liverpool

Liverpool hope to empty their store this summer in an effort to increase cash flow, the Express reports.

A number of fringe players are up for grabs including Xherdan Shaqiri, Neco Williams, Harry Wilson, Marko Grujic, Loris Karius, Sheyi Ojo, Ben Woodburn and Taiwo Awoniyi.

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Arsenal watch for Odegaard

Arsenal’s hopes of signing Martin Odegaard on a permanent basis have been turned over to a lifeline.

The Norwegian returned to Real Madrid after being on loan to start his life under Carlo Ancelotti, determined to finally prove his worth in Spain.

However, Athletic report that Madrid are facing a salary budget cut of almost £ 150million which accelerates their need to sell players and, along with Isco and Raphael Varane, Odegaard is said to be one of those who might have to move on. .

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Deal done! Giroud joins AC Milan

Olivier Giroud has left Chelsea for AC Milan in a deal worth up to £ 1.6million.

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Confirmed: Arsenal to sign Whites

Arsenal are set to sign Brighton defender Ben White after securing a tentative deal for him worth £ 50million.

The Gunners chased White all summer and fell short with an offer of around £ 40million earlier in the window.

A fee of £ 50million has now been agreed for White and the 23-year-old is expected to sign for Arsenal later this month, or early August at the latest.

The center-back is currently on vacation after being with England at Euro 2020, but will sign on his return.

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Tottenham join Renato Sanches race

Tottenham are really stepping up their transfer activity, aren’t they.

The Lille midfielder has impressed Portugal at Euro 2020, sparking interest from Liverpool and, according to reports in Italy, Tottenham.

Sanches are expected to cost around £ 25million.

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Barca are desperate to get rid of Griezmann

Barcelona are desperate to take Antoine Griezmann off his payroll, according to various reports, as he ties Lionel Messi to a new contract and tries to ease his financial woes.

Griezmann wants to see the last three years of his contract with Barca before a possible move to MLS, but the club want to change their mind.

A return to Atletico has been hinted at, with Saul Niguez coming in the opposite direction, but Atleti fans are less than impressed given his flirtation with Barca before eventually joining them.

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Is Kane going to skip practice?

Tottenham striker Harry Kane could refuse to return to pre-season training in a bid to force a move to Manchester City, according to reports.

With Kane keen to leave Spurs this summer and City showing interest, The Telegraph claims England players believe the forward will not show up to training if chairman Daniel Levy stands firm on Kane’s future .

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Latest news on Chelsea’s pursuit of Haaland

A sort of Athletic update, which reports Chelsea should make Erling Haaland their highest paid player – currently N’Golo Kante has that title – beyond breaking his transfer record to sign the forward .

Chelsea are aware that Dortmund have no interest in selling this summer, a position further strengthened by the transfer of Jadon Sancho to Manchester United.

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Trippier confident in Man United decision

Kieran Trippier is confident that a move to Manchester United will materialize this summer, the Manchester Evening News reports.

The defender wants to leave Atletico Madrid and return to England.

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Transfer the news LIVE! Haaland, Kane, Guehi, Maddison; Arsenal, Chelsea FC, Man Utd, Spurs, Liverpool gossip today https://mact-asso.org/transfer-the-news-live-haaland-kane-guehi-maddison-arsenal-chelsea-fc-man-utd-spurs-liverpool-gossip-today/ Thu, 15 Jul 2021 21:31:15 +0000 https://mact-asso.org/transfer-the-news-live-haaland-kane-guehi-maddison-arsenal-chelsea-fc-man-utd-spurs-liverpool-gossip-today/ We’re at the end of the summer window, with the preseason underway, and clubs are stepping up their efforts to recruit and sell players. Window’s biggest deal to date saw Manchester United finally land longtime target Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund in a deal worth £ 73million. The young Englishman is expected to finalize his […]]]>


We’re at the end of the summer window, with the preseason underway, and clubs are stepping up their efforts to recruit and sell players.

Window’s biggest deal to date saw Manchester United finally land longtime target Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund in a deal worth £ 73million. The young Englishman is expected to finalize his move this week after undergoing a medical examination.

United are also keen to sign Raphael Varane from Real Madrid, while talks are underway over French Rennes starlet Eduardo Camavinga.

Chelsea also want to sign a Dortmund superstar and are reportedly ready to offer £ 150million for Erling Haaland, looking to beat the fierce competition for a striker who is available for half that price next summer.

The Gunners have also been linked with another offer for Lyon star Houssem Aouar and Wolves’ Ruben Neves. Emile Smith Rowe, meanwhile, remains on site.

Tottenham’s transfer activity has shifted into high gear now that Nuno Espirito Santo has been confirmed as new manager. Danny Ings remains their priority to sign with the club determined to keep Harry Kane. In defense, fees for Takehiro Tomiyasu and Jules Kounde would have been agreed.

Manchester City are once again ready to spend the money as they aim for huge deals for Kane and Jack Grealish, although getting the pair away from Tottenham and Aston Villa respectively will prove difficult. Villa are confident Grealish will accept a new contract, while Spurs have ruled out the sale of their precious asset.

Liverpool have been linked with Saul Niguez, Youri Tielemans and Nicolo Barella as well as a potential deal for Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches as they look to replace Gini Wijnaldum.



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Karius, Drinkwater and Odegaard are back to work! https://mact-asso.org/karius-drinkwater-and-odegaard-are-back-to-work/ Tue, 13 Jul 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://mact-asso.org/karius-drinkwater-and-odegaard-are-back-to-work/ After a summer full of international tournaments on multiple continents begins to draw to a close, attention turns back to the domestic game as players show up for preseason training. 2 Related While many fly away after playing for their country, some return, perhaps reluctantly, to their home clubs after much longer absences. Some may […]]]>


After a summer full of international tournaments on multiple continents begins to draw to a close, attention turns back to the domestic game as players show up for preseason training.

While many fly away after playing for their country, some return, perhaps reluctantly, to their home clubs after much longer absences. Some may even have trouble finding the training ground!

Take Loris Karius, for example, who surprised many Liverpool fans when he suddenly appeared in the club’s camp in Austria after spending the last three years on loan elsewhere.

Indeed, the sight of Karius loosening up in a Liverpool kit came as a shock to many who were surprised to find that the German goalkeeper is still on the club’s books, not having made an appearance in competition since 2018.

Karius has been on loan with Besiktas and Union Berlin, after his last appearance for Liverpool ended in calamity. He came against Real Madrid in the 2017-18 Champions League final, a night in which the stopper suffered a concussion in a collision with Sergio Ramos before making costly mistakes during the a 3-1 loss.

After another blunder in a preseason friendly early in the following season, he was dispatched and Alisson was signed from Rome in a world record transfer for a goalkeeper, with Karius still three years old. on his contract.

That contract has a year to go, although Karius – who only made four Bundesliga appearances for the Union last season – is expected to spend it on loan again. However, for now at least, he’s back in Liverpool’s fold and training with the first team.

Karius might be Liverpool’s forgotten man, but there are still plenty of big clubs with names that you’d be forgiven for thinking were moved on several moons ago.

Here is just a selection of the players you almost definitely forgot who were still technically in some of the biggest teams in the world.

Pereira was spotted training with United this week after spending last season in Italy with Lazio – the third in five seasons he has spent on loan.

The Belgium-born midfielder made his debut for United in the 2014-15 season but has found his opportunities somewhat limited since, making less than 50 league appearances in seven years at Old Trafford.

A former prodigy with ‘Mini Messi’ billing, Roberts signed for City from Fulham in 2015 (the same month Raheem Sterling joined the club) at the age of 18.

Roberts’ transfer cost £ 11million, but six years later the former England youth striker has only made one Premier League appearance for City (coming for the final four minutes of a 4-1 loss to Tottenham in September 2015). Indeed, the 24-year-old has generally been on loan since January 2016, when he signed his first loan deal with Celtic.

The attacking midfielder signed a two-year contract extension with City in May 2019, but has yet to feature for his parent club, instead spending time with Girona, Norwich City, Middlesbrough and County Derby between 2018 and 2021.

Signed from Leicester City for £ 35million in September 2017, just 12 months after winning the Premier League, Drinkwater’s time at Chelsea has been forgettable to say the least.

The 31-year-old midfielder hasn’t played for the Blues in three years and instead had to settle for a place among the club’s infamous “loan army” – an entire battalion of players who seem to be spending their lives whole to plow. itinerant paths elsewhere.

Drinkwater has spent time with Burnley and Aston Villa, and in Turkey with Kasimpasa for whom he made 11 appearances last season.

Indeed, Chelsea could bring together a whole team of absentees on his own, with like Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Ross Barkley, Kenedy, Baba Rahman, Matt Miazga, Trevor Chalabah, Ethan Ampadu, Michy Batshuayi, Davide Zappacosta, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Lewis Baker is still on the payroll despite playing pretty much all of his football elsewhere.

Besides Karius, Liverpool were also joined by midfielder Grujic during their training camp in the Austrian mountains.

Now 25, the Serbian signed for the Reds in 2016 but only made eight Premier League appearances. Indeed, Grujic was loaned directly to Red Star Belgrade upon his arrival at Anfield, which more or less set the tone.

Then comes a rather forgettable stint with Cardiff in 2018, followed by two seasons at Hertha Berlin and another banal year in Portugal (2020-21) with FC Porto.

However, with a contract that runs until summer 2023, Grujic is back alongside Jurgen Klopp pending any further development.

There was a wave of excitement when Arsenal pushed back several rivals to secure the services of Lucas Torreira from Sampdoria for £ 26million in the summer of 2018. The combative Uruguayan international was supposed to provide some courage in the heart of the Gunners. midfielder for years to come.

After a decent first season, Torreira saw his progress halted when Unai Emery, who brought him to north London, was sacked and replaced by Mikel Arteta, who did not see the midfielder as so integral.

Reduced to pieces and cameos, Torreira left the Emirates to spend the 2020-2021 season on loan at Atletico Madrid, where he quickly won a trophy – a league title, nothing less – on first request.

Now he is back, with an uncertain future, linked with a return to Italy and has also expressed a desire to play for Barcelona.

Still only 34, it looks like Joe Hart has taken on a veteran role at Tottenham usually reserved for much more “senior” goalkeepers (think Scott Carson at Man City and Lee Grant at Man United), lending his experience to junior cohorts while proving in the weird cutting game here and there.

Hart last played in the Premier League while playing for Burnley in 2018 and has only made 10 appearances for Spurs in all competitions since his free transfer in the summer of 2020.

Yet he continues to tune in in the background, happy to play Hugo Lloris’ second violin.

Cuisance was seen as something of a young maestro when Bayern took the plunge and snatched him from Borussia Mönchengladbach in the summer of 2019.

The talented midfielder was crowned Gladbach’s player of the season during his first Bundesliga campaign (2017-18), after being recruited directly by Nancy’s Under-19 team.

Since moving to Bayern, the 21-year-old Frenchman has only played 90 minutes once, finding himself slipping down the pecking order.

After making just nine partial Bundesliga appearances in his debut season with Bayern, a permanent move to Leeds has been slated for the summer of 2020 only for the deal to fail due to medical failure.

Cuisance then opted to sign for Marseille on loan and spent the 2020-21 season at home in France, playing 30 games and scoring two goals. Now he’s back with Bayern, but for how long?

Many fans couldn’t be blamed for asking who Odegaard actually plays for, given he’s already on the books of seven teams at the age of 22.

After spending part of last season on loan at Arsenal, Odegaard has been called up to Real Madrid again for the preseason – a cycle he knows all too well now.

Odegaard was originally hired by Los Blancos as a teenage prodigy in 2015, after tearing up the Norwegian league at age 15 with Stromsgodset.

However, the skillful midfielder has barely looked at Real since graduating from Team B, playing for Heerenveen, Vitesse, Real Sociedad and the Gunners.

Can he now regain some of that once sensational momentum? He has only made eight La Liga appearances with Madrid, but with the departure of Zinedine Zidane and a brand new coach in Carlo Ancelotti to impress, perhaps 2021-22 could be the season the Norwegian playmaker finally does. tangible progress at the Bernabeu?





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Full list of Premier League signings completed this summer https://mact-asso.org/full-list-of-premier-league-signings-completed-this-summer/ Fri, 09 Jul 2021 03:32:57 +0000 https://mact-asso.org/full-list-of-premier-league-signings-completed-this-summer/ As always, the summer transfer window promises to be busy for Premier League clubs. Manchester United ended one of football’s oldest transfer sagas by agreeing to a £ 73million fee with Borussia Dortmund for Jadon Sancho, who will undergo a medical after England’s race to Euro 2020 over. Manchester City will likely be on the […]]]>


As always, the summer transfer window promises to be busy for Premier League clubs.

Manchester United ended one of football’s oldest transfer sagas by agreeing to a £ 73million fee with Borussia Dortmund for Jadon Sancho, who will undergo a medical after England’s race to Euro 2020 over.

Manchester City will likely be on the hunt for a new striker after seeing Sergio Aguero say goodbye to English football with Harry Kane seen as a main target. The Premier League champions have also been linked with a move from Aston Villa talisman Jack Grealish.

Liverpool’s lack of depth defense nearly cost them a Champions League berth and Jurgen Klopp moved quickly to bolster his options in this area by signing France U21 captain Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig in a deal from RB Leipzig. worth £ 36million.

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When does the transfer window open? Dates of the summer 2021 window – and when the deadline is

Leicester City, the Premier League kings of the transfer market in recent years, struck big deals quickly with Zambian striker Patson Daka from Red Bull Salzburg and French midfielder Boubakary Soumare after the Ligue 1 champions Lille.

Premier League newcomers Norwich City have been busy so far, securing Billy Gilmour on a one-season loan from Chelsea and much-loved Kosovo winger Milot Rashica from Werder Bremen to fill the void left by Emiliano Buendia who joined Aston Villa.

I will document every transfer involving a Premier League club as it happens this summer, so bookmark this page to keep up to date with all ongoing transactions.

Offers to watch

Harry kane will be 28 at the start of the 2021-22 season and time is running out for the England captain to ensure there is more than boots of gold in his trophy cabinet at the end of his career. In an interview with Gary Neville, Kane said that “Ultimately it will be up to me to decide what is best for his career.

Whether notoriously hard-line Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy sees it this way is a whole different matter, of course. Levy has reportedly slapped a £ 200million prize on Kane in an attempt to distract Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea from stepping for him.

Kane isn’t the only world-class forward linked with a move elsewhere. It seems inevitable that Erling Braut Haaland will be leaving Borussia Dortmund over the next 12 months as his agent Mino Raiola and father Alf-Inge have been touting his services to top European clubs.

Haaland reportedly 75 million euros [£64.7m] release clause in his contract which will become active next summer, but clubs looking for a new striker – including Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United – may want to move a year earlier to avoid being coached in a transfer battle later.

Romelu Lukaku is also reportedly on the radar for Premier League clubs, despite an indifferent two-year stint at Manchester United. The Belgian significantly restored his reputation during his time at Inter, scoring 64 goals in 95 games and leading the club’s first Serie A title in 11 years.

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Although Lukaku has highlighted his happiness at Milan, he may be interested in a return to English football following the departure of Antonio Conte. One of the main reasons for Conte’s decision to leave is that Inter are looking to recoup € 80million [£69m] in player sales this summer and Lukaku is one of their valuable assets.

Here is the full list of every deal involving every Premier League club.

*Players listed as free transfers have been named to the published Premier League list but can negotiate new terms with their clubs before Wednesday 30 June

Arsenal

In:

Outside: David Luiz (free), Matteo Guendouzi (on loan in Marseille), Zech Medley (undisclosed in Ostend), Konstantinos Mavropanos (on loan in Stuttgart), Daniel Ballard (on loan in Millwall), Ben Sheaf (undisclosed in Coventry)

Aston Villa

In: Emiliano Buendia (£ 38million from Norwich City), Ashley Young (free from Inter)

Outside: Bjorn Engels (undisclosed at Royal Antwerp), Ahmed Elmohamady (free), Tom Heaton (free at Manchester United), Neil Taylor (free)

Brentford

In: Nathan Young-Coombes (undisclosed of Rangers)

Outside: Henrik Dalsgaard (free at FC Midtjylland), Julien Carre (free), Aubrel Koutsimouka (free), Jared Thompson (free), Emiliano Marcondes (free in Bournemouth)

Brighton

In: Enock Mwepu (£ 22million from Red Bull Salzburg), Jeremy Sarmiento (undisclosed from Benfica)

Outside: Jose Izquierdo (free), Davy Propper (undisclosed at PSV), Bernardo (undisclosed at Red Bull Salzburg), Teddy Jenks (on loan at Aberdeen), Jan Mlakar (undisclosed at Hajduk Split), Alex Cochrane (on loan at Hearts)

Burnley

In: Nathan Collins (£ 12million from Stoke)

Outside: Robbie Brady (free)

Chelsea

In:

Outside: Fikayo Tomori (£ 25million for AC Milan), Jamal Blackman (free), Izzy Brown (free), Willy Caballero (free), Marco van Ginkel (free)

Crystal Palace

In: Michael Olise (£ 8million from Reading), Jacob Montes (free)

Outside: Gary Cahill (free), Nathaniel Clyne (free), Scott Dann (free), Stephen Henderson (free), Wayne Hennessey (free), James McCarthy (free), Mamadou Sakho (free), Andros Townsend (free), Patrick van Aanholt (free), Joel Ward (free), Connor Wickham (free)

Everton

In:

Outside: Theo Walcott (undisclosed at Southampton), Dennis Adeniran (free), Mo Besic (free), Yannick Bolasie (free), Callum Connolly (free), Joshua King (free), Matthew Pennington (free)

Leeds

In: Junior Firpo (£ 12.8million from Barcelona), Jack Harrison (£ 11million from Man City)

Outside: Gaetano Berardi (free), Barry Douglas (free), Pablo Hernandez (free), Eunan O’Kane (free), Kun Temenuzhkov (loan to Real Union), Mateusz Bogusz (loan to UD Ibiza), Rafa Mujica (undisclosed at Las Palmas)

Leicester

In: Patson Daka (£ 23m from Red Bull Salzburg), Boubakary Soumare (£ 17m from Lille)

Outside: Christian Fuchs (free for Charlotte FC), Matty James (free), Wes Morgan (retired)

Liverpool

Liverpool have signed France U21 captain Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig (Photo: Getty)

In: Ibrahima Konate (£ 36million from RB Leipzig)

Outside: Georginio Wijnaldum (free at PSG), Sepp van den Berg (loaned to Preston)

Manchester city

In:

Outside: Sergio Aguero (free in Barcelona), Jack Harrison (£ 11million in Leeds), Eric Garcia (free in Barcelona), Adrian Bernabe (free), Felix Nmecha (free), Taylor Harwood-Bellis (loan in Anderlecht), Louie Moulden (free for wolves)

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Manchester United

In: Jadon Sancho (£ 73million from Borussia Dortmund), Tom Heaton (free from Aston Villa)

Outside: Joel Pereira (free), Arnau Puigmal (free), Sergio Romero (free)

Newcastle

In:

Outside: Andy Carroll (free), Henri Saivet (free), Kyle Scott (free)

Norwich

In: Milot Rashica (£ 9.4million from Werder Bremen), Angus Gunn (£ 5million from Southampton), Billy Gilmour (loan from Chelsea), Kenny Coker (undisclosed from Southend)

Outside: Emiliano Buendia (£ 38million at Aston Villa), Alex Tettey (free), Mario Vrancic (free), Marco Stiepermann (released), Orjan Nyland (released), Moritz Leitner (released), Philip Heise (undisclosed in Karlsruher ), Sebastian Soto (loan to FC Porto)

Southampton

In: Theo Walcott (undisclosed from Everton), Romain Perraud (£ 12million from Brest)

Outside: Wesley Hoedt (undisclosed in Anderlecht), Angus Gunn (£ 5million in Norwich), Ryan Bertrand (free), Jake Hesketh (free), Josh Sims (free), Jake Vokins (loaned to Ross County)

Tottenham

In:

Outside: Juan Foyth (£ 12.8million at Villarreal), Paolo Gazzaniga (free), George March (free), Jack Roles (free), Danny Rose (free at Watford), Kazaiah Sterling (free)

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Watford

In: Emmanuel Dennis (undisclosed from Club Brugge), Kwadwo Baah (undisclosed from Rochdale), Imran Louza (undisclosed from FC Nantes), Mattie Pollock (undisclosed from Grimsby), Ashley Fletcher (undisclosed from Watford), Danny Rose (undisclosed from Tottenham), Dapo Mebude (free from Rangers)

Outside: Achraf Lazaar (free), Carlos Sanchez (free), Jerome Sinclair (free), Ben Wilmot (not disclosed to Stoke), Ignacio Pussetto (loan to Udinese)

Western ham

In: Thierry Nevers (undisclosed from Reading), Armstrong Oko-Flex (free from Celtic)

Outside: Oladapo Afolayan (free to Bolton), Fabian Balbuena (free)

wolves

In: Yerson Mosquera (undisclosed from Atletico Nacional), Franciso Trincao (loan from Barcelona), Louie Moulden (free from Man City)

Outside: John Ruddy (free)

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Upload the news LIVE! Haaland, Di Lorenzo, Camavinga, Lokonga, Aouar; Arsenal, Chelsea FC, Man Utd, Tottenham, Liverpool gossip today https://mact-asso.org/upload-the-news-live-haaland-di-lorenzo-camavinga-lokonga-aouar-arsenal-chelsea-fc-man-utd-tottenham-liverpool-gossip-today/ Thu, 08 Jul 2021 21:10:03 +0000 https://mact-asso.org/upload-the-news-live-haaland-di-lorenzo-camavinga-lokonga-aouar-arsenal-chelsea-fc-man-utd-tottenham-liverpool-gossip-today/ The summer window is open and clubs are stepping up their efforts to recruit and sell players. Manchester United have finally signed Borussia Dortmund’s longtime No.1 target Jadon Sancho for a ‘fixed transfer fee of £ 73million’. The young Englishman could be joined at Old Trafford by Raphaël Varane from Real Madrid, as talks progress […]]]>


The summer window is open and clubs are stepping up their efforts to recruit and sell players.

Manchester United have finally signed Borussia Dortmund’s longtime No.1 target Jadon Sancho for a ‘fixed transfer fee of £ 73million’. The young Englishman could be joined at Old Trafford by Raphaël Varane from Real Madrid, as talks progress with Rennes over French starlet Eduardo Camavinga.

Manchester City are ready to shell out the cash again as they target huge deals for Harry Kane and Jack Grealish, although getting the pair away from Tottenham and Aston Villa respectively will prove difficult, with Villa confident that Grealish accepts new conditions to stay. put and Spurs holding firm.

Thomas Tuchel wants Chelsea to make an ‘immediate’ move to sign Erling Braut Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, having made a first-class striker his transfer priority this summer.

Liverpool are believed to be considering offers for Saul Niguez and Youri Tielemans with Porto’s Otavio and Inter Milan’s Nicolo Barella also firmly on the radar as well as a potential deal for Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches, while Erling Haaland is reportedly interested in a decision at Chelsea this summer.

Tottenham’s transfer activity will shift into high gear now that Nuno Espirito Santo has been confirmed as new manager and they are trying to sign Takehiro Tomiyasu from Bologna. Nuno is reportedly keen to meet with Kane to discuss his future before the striker goes on vacation after Euro 2020.

Meanwhile, West Ham are in talks on a deal for Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper and former Fulham lender Alphonse Areola.

Stay up to date with all the latest transfer news, rumors and gossip today below!

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Naples launches opening offer on Emerson

According to Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport, Napoli have made an opening offer to sign Chelsea left-back Emerson Palmieri.

The report claims Napoli have offered between € 8m and € 10m to sign the Italian defender, who will face England in the Euro 2020 final tonight.

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Tottenham confident of offloading Carter-Vickers

Tottenham are said to be confident they can offload Cameron Carter-Vickers, despite double the asking price for the 23-year-old defender to £ 5million.

Newcastle United and Celtic are both interested in the USA international and Football Insider claim Spurs believe their assessment of him won’t stop him from leaving.

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Pogba “will decide his future next week”

Paul Pogba will make a final decision next week whether he wants to join Paris-Saint-Germain or sign a contract extension with Manchester United, according to TF1 in France.

Pogba has been linked with a move to PSG and it was reported this week that the midfielder was ‘won over’ by the idea of ​​moving to the French capital.

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Brentford ready to offer £ 10million for Liverpool midfielder

Brentford is ready to bid for forgotten Liverpool man Harry Wilson, according to reports.

Liverpool are set to sell Wilson this summer and the Sun claim Brentford are set to throw the 24-year-old midfielder a Premier League lifeline and offer him £ 10million.

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The completion of Olivier Giroud’s transfer from Chelsea to AC Milan is imminent, according to French newspaper Le Parisien.

The 34-year-old striker signed a two-year contract with the Serie A club.

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Target Palace Dolberg and Nketiah

The new Crystal Palace manager, Patrick Vieira, would like to sign Kasper Dolberg, one of the Danish stars of Euro 2020.

Dolberg plays for Nice in France and the Sun claim Vieira is planning a raid on his former club for the striker valued at £ 25million.

The report also states that Vieira is looking to bring in Eddie Nketiah from another of his former clubs, Arsenal.

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Zidane rejects club offers to wait for job in France

Zinedine Zidane reportedly rejected offers to return to club management and instead tried to succeed Didier Deschamps one day as France coach.

Zidane left Real Madrid at the end of last season and L’Equipe and ESPN both say they are ready to wait for Deschamps to leave the post in France, whether after the 2022 World Cup or the European Championship in 2024.

Deschamps has come under some pressure over France’s exit from Euro 2020 against Switzerland in the round of 16, but he will at least see his contract until 2022.

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Spurs ready to offer £ 51million to sign Koundé

Tottenham could be ready to offer up to £ 51million to sign French defender Jules Kounde from Sevilla, according to reports in Spain.

Real Madrid are also aiming for Kounde, but Sport say it could be difficult for the Spanish giants to sign him as Spurs are willing to go beyond what they could spend.

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West Ham “in pole position to sign Abraham”

Tammy Abraham appears to be set to leave Chelsea this summer and West Ham is claimed to have moved to pole position to sign the striker.

Football Insider reports that West Ham edged Aston Villa in the race for Abraham, who has also been linked with Wolves and Borussia Dortmund.

West Ham manager David Moyes is aiming for a new center-forward this summer as the Hammers prepare for Europa League life next season.

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Arsenal “agree on £ 14.9million deal with Lokonga”

After concluding the £ 8.5million signing of Nuno Tavares yesterday, Arsenal have now reportedly agreed to a £ 14.9million transfer for Albert Sambi Lokonga.

Fabrizio Romano claims the Gunners have completed the paperwork for a five-year contract for Lokonga and the transfer will be made official after the Anderlecht midfielder undergoes a quarantine period.

It was reported in Belgium that Lokonga had his Arsenal medical exam in Holland on Friday.

Arsenal are also keen to sign Brighton defender Ben White and are interested in Italian midfielder Manuel Locatelli.

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Transfer the news LIVE! Gollini, Romero, Varane; Locatelli; Chelsea FC, Man Utd, Arsenal, Tottenham, latest Liverpool gossip, rumors https://mact-asso.org/transfer-the-news-live-gollini-romero-varane-locatelli-chelsea-fc-man-utd-arsenal-tottenham-latest-liverpool-gossip-rumors/ Thu, 08 Jul 2021 14:32:08 +0000 https://mact-asso.org/transfer-the-news-live-gollini-romero-varane-locatelli-chelsea-fc-man-utd-arsenal-tottenham-latest-liverpool-gossip-rumors/ The summer window is starting to heat up as clubs step up efforts to recruit and sell players. The biggest window splash to date has seen Manchester United finally land longtime target Jadon Sancho in a deal worth £ 73million. The transfer is expected to be finalized this week with a completed medical exam. Real […]]]>

The summer window is starting to heat up as clubs step up efforts to recruit and sell players.

The biggest window splash to date has seen Manchester United finally land longtime target Jadon Sancho in a deal worth £ 73million. The transfer is expected to be finalized this week with a completed medical exam. Real Madrid’s Raphael Varane and Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga are also priority targets, while Barcelona have their sights set on Paul Pogba.

Chelsea also want to sign a superstar from Dortmund and are reportedly ready to offer £ 150million for Erling Haaland, looking to beat the fierce competition for a striker who is available for half that price next summer, but could look to Robert Lewandowski as the frustrations grow.

Tottenham’s transfer activity has shifted into high gear now that Nuno Espirito Santo has been confirmed as new manager. Danny Ings remains their priority to sign with the club determined to keep Harry Kane. In defense, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Jules Kounde are reported targets, Lyonnais Houssem Aouar also being interesting as Spurs move closer to Atalanta duo Cristian Romero and Pierluigi Gollini.

Manchester City are once again ready to spend the money as they aim for huge deals for Kane and Jack Grealish, although getting the pair away from Tottenham and Aston Villa will prove difficult. Villa is convinced that Grealish will accept a new contract, while Spurs have repeatedly ruled out the sale of their precious asset.

Liverpool have been linked with Saul Niguez, Youri Tielemans and Nicolo Barella as well as a potential deal for Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches as they look to replace Gini Wijnaldum, as big doubts have emerged over the future of the Captain Jordan Henderson.

Keep up to date with all the latest transfer news, rumors and gossip today below!

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Townsend bids farewell to Crystal Palace

A heartfelt farewell message from Townsend to Crystal Palace fans.

The 30-year-old spent five years at Selhurst Park, making 185 appearances.

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Townsend joins Everton on two-year contract

Everton have now officially confirmed the signing of Andros Townsend.

The winger has signed a two-year contract at Goodison Park after leaving Crystal Palace after his contract expired last month.

Townsend reunites with former Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez in Merseyside.

“I think everyone knows what Everton is. It’s a huge football club, it’s very ambitious, a club that has tried to get back to its place in Europe and beyond,” Townsend said. to evertontv. “I will do whatever I can to help the club do it.

“Everton are a huge football club and have big ambitions next season. As the old cliché goes, it was obvious.

“Rafa is very experienced. He does a lot of tactical work on the training ground, he leaves no stone unturned.

“But more importantly, he’s a great man, a great man-manager, and he always talks to you. I am sure he will be very successful here.

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Awoniyi leaves Liverpool

News of another Liverpool departure now.

Nigerian striker Taiwo Awoniyi, 23, has made a £ 6.5million transfer to Union Berlin from the Bundesliga side.

Liverpool also included a 10% sell clause in the deal.

Awoniyi scored five goals in 22 Union loan appearances last season, while he also embarked on six other loan spells away from Anfield after being signed by Liverpool in 2015.

He has never made a senior appearance for the Reds.

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Are the Spurs preparing for a trade?

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Tottenham are reportedly set to finalize a swap deal with Sevilla which will see them sign winger Bryan Gil and see Erik Lamela move to Spain.

Lamela has been at Tottenham for eight years but could now head to La Liga.

Gil, 20, impressed on loan with Eibar last season.

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Grujic leaves

Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic has made a permanent transfer to Porto, the Premier League club have announced.

Serbian international Grujic, 25, Jurgen Klopp’s first signing as Liverpool manager in 2016, has made just 16 appearances in all competitions during five years at Anfield.

Liverpool said on their official website: “The Serbian international returns to the Portuguese club after making 39 appearances and scoring two goals in a loan spell in 2020-21.”

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Clarets confirm Hennessey transfer

Another deal made to confirm – Burnley signed Wayne Hennessey after leaving Crystal Palace.

The 34-year-old has 181 Premier League appearances to his name and will provide cold cover for Nick Pope.

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Brentford signs Onyeka

Brentford has finalized the signing of Nigerian midfielder Frank Onyeka from Danish club FC Midtjylland.

The charges for Onyeka are not being disclosed, but reports in Denmark claim the bees have racked up around £ 8.5million to get their man.

The 23-year-old joins Brentford from Midtjylland, where bee owner Matthew Benham holds the majority of the shares. Onyeka has signed a five-year deal with Brentford and will now undergo a period of quarantine before joining the squad for training.

Brentford boss Thomas Frank said: “I can’t wait to have Frank in the building. We think he’s an important addition to the team, and we look forward to working with him. He is a very dynamic player.

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Danjuma checking?

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Bournemouth were one of the few clubs linked to Andros Townsend following his departure from Crystal Palace.

Townsend now looks set to join Everton – but are the Cherries about to lose a winger?

Spain’s Villarreal side are “in the lead” to sign Arnaut Danjuma this summer, according to reports.

Danjuma had a great season in the second division last year, scoring 17 times, including in both rounds of the play-offs.

Bournemouth paid almost £ 14million to sign him two years ago but can hold on for a fair price.

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Gray set for medical

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Everton continue to be linked with a handful of wingers, with Andros Townsend set to get a free transfer after leaving Crystal Palace.

And Sky Sports are now reporting that Demarai Gray will have a medical exam with the club this afternoon.

The former Leicester man arrives from Bayer Leverkusen.

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Spurs get closer to new goalkeeper

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Tottenham are set to start their transfer activity under Nuno Espirito Santo by loaning Atalanta goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini, wrote Simon Collings.

Spurs are in advanced talks to sign the 26-year-old, who spent time at Manchester United during his youth career. Gollini stayed at Aston Villa before moving to Atalanta on loan in 2017 and joining them permanently in 2018.

The goalkeeper has impressed in Serie A and now Spurs are set to sign him on loan, with the deal set to include an option to buy Gollini for £ 12.9million at the end of next season .

The deal will be the first in new boss Nuno’s tenure and also the first step taken by new Spurs general manager, football Fabio Paratici.

Tottenham are also keen to sign Atalanta center-back Cristian Romero, but a deal for the Argentina international has yet to be reached as talks continue.


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It is the latest generation convenience store according to Monop ‘ https://mact-asso.org/it-is-the-latest-generation-convenience-store-according-to-monop/ Thu, 08 Jul 2021 09:24:22 +0000 https://mact-asso.org/it-is-the-latest-generation-convenience-store-according-to-monop/ Monop ‘, Casino GroupThe proximity formula of, has opened a state-of-the-art “phygital” city store in Paris: it combines sustainability, catering, e-commerce and remarkable services with an uninhabited space that remains open 24/7. Bulk products The 250 m² store reopened on Wednesday in the rue de Marseille in the tenth district of the French capital. This […]]]>


Monop ‘, Casino GroupThe proximity formula of, has opened a state-of-the-art “phygital” city store in Paris: it combines sustainability, catering, e-commerce and remarkable services with an uninhabited space that remains open 24/7.

Bulk products

The 250 m² store reopened on Wednesday in the rue de Marseille in the tenth district of the French capital. This latest generation Monop ‘aims to become a real neighborhood hotspot and takes on a complementary role to e-commerce and fast delivery services that are emerging in cities. This is why the concept is distinguished not only by a surprising assortment but also by a remarkable range of services.

At the entrance, there is a food counter where passers-by can buy coffee, lunch, sandwiches, waffles, crisps, churros and nuggets, prepared on site. Further on, buyers will find a wide range of fresh products with local and seasonal products, cheese and cold meats, fresh bread, cut flowers … In the food range, private labels represent 40% of the offer. Many products are offered in bulk: this is the case of animal feed, ecological cleaning products, beer, pulses, Carambar and M & M’s candies, and organic dairy products from Les 2 Vaches.

Unmanned Zone

The store also serves as a collection point for online orders and has an unguarded area of ​​30 m² which remains open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Customers can access this remote-controlled store with their bank card and can then choose from an assortment of 300 references. An ingenious weighing system automatically identifies the products. Buyers can then validate the receipt at a kiosk and pay. Casino has already tested this technology last year in a ‘Black Box’ at Monoprix headquarters and is presenting the concept for the first time in stores.

This Monop ‘also wishes to play a social role in the neighborhood and is joining forces with the crowdsourcing platform Ulule to support local associations. Ecotextile collects old clothes, Linkee fights against food waste by recovering almost expired products and donating them to charities. Very noteworthy is a free loan service called “My name is come back“: customers can come and borrow a raclette machine, a printer or even an electric guitar for 48 hours. Finally, it is also the first Monop ‘with its own Instagram account, which aims to liven up the life of district.



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Pandemic pushes sea freight prices to record high with disrupted logistics, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld https://mact-asso.org/pandemic-pushes-sea-freight-prices-to-record-high-with-disrupted-logistics-energy-news-et-energyworld/ Sun, 04 Jul 2021 03:50:25 +0000 https://mact-asso.org/pandemic-pushes-sea-freight-prices-to-record-high-with-disrupted-logistics-energy-news-et-energyworld/ London: Container transport prices hit record highs some 18 months after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic which disrupted maritime supply chains and boosted demand. “We are practically running out of ships and empty containers,” Alan Murphy, director of the consultancy firm Sea Intelligence, told AFP. “There has been a massive shortage of empty containers, […]]]>


London: Container transport prices hit record highs some 18 months after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic which disrupted maritime supply chains and boosted demand.

“We are practically running out of ships and empty containers,” Alan Murphy, director of the consultancy firm Sea Intelligence, told AFP.

“There has been a massive shortage of empty containers, they are in the wrong place, they are stuck in ports and not in Asia ready to be loaded.”

The Freightos Baltic Index, the benchmark for major maritime routes, has more than tripled in one year to nearly $ 7,000 (5,900 euros) for a trip from China to the west coast of the United States.

A trip to Europe exceeded $ 10,000, compared to just $ 1,600 at the same time last year.

Murphy said the unprecedented situation had compounded the problems of the past 10 years, which he said had been “really bad for the shipping lines”.

Overwhelmed by the industry’s overcapacity, he said companies “lose money every time they move a container.”

-‘Unprecedented drop’- The Covid-19 pandemic, which initially practically crippled global shipping, did not bode well for the sector and resulted in “an unprecedented drop in demand,” Didier said Rabattu, from Lombard Odier Investment Managers.

But that ignored trends among American and European consumers who, during the lockdown, stopped spending in restaurants and theaters or going on vacations and instead used their money to buy physical goods – many of which are imported from Asia.

“Imagine how many TVs you can buy if you don’t ski for a week with four people? »Declared Paul Tourret, director of the Higher Institute of Maritime Economy of France (ISEMAR).

Disruptions to loading and unloading operations, dockworkers falling ill and Covid’s restrictions on unforeseen events like the shipping backlog that caused the Suez Canal to be blocked in March, have only exacerbated the trend.

As a result, the shipowners have never been in better shape.

The Marseille container and shipping company CMA CGM, for example, made a net profit of more than $ 2 billion for the first quarter of 2021 alone, 40 times more than the previous year.

Its Danish competitor AP Moller-Maersk reported an even higher net profit of $ 2.7 billion for the first three months of the year, 13 times that of last year.

-‘Reached a peak’- “It’s true that shipowners are making a lot of money right now,” said Tourret.

“But it is also a way for them to renew their fleets and accelerate their liquefied natural gas (LNG) programs,” he added.

CMA CGM placed an order in April for 22 container ships, more than half of which are LNG.

Maritime transport is “one of the main emitters of sulfur dioxide”, said the French expert, adding that while the figures were favorable for each tonne transported, the sector nevertheless emitted levels of CO2 “comparable to Germany. “.

The price of container transport depends on the level of demand, but also on the capacity of the supply to meet it. “Whether or not the shipowners decide to wage a trade war is a major factor,” Tourret said.

“None of them has an interest in lowering prices. Their collective discipline today must be not to sell off,” he added. The situation could last, said Tourret, motivated in part by the need to transport perishable goods.

“If you’re carrying perishable goods that won’t be worth anything if they don’t move, how much are you willing to pay?” ” He asked.

Jean-Marc Lacave, the director general of France’s maritime service professionals body, Armateurs de France, said he did not expect a return to normal until the first quarter of 2022.

“I think we have reached a peak,” he said. “If demand continues to increase, there is a significant risk that prices will go up, but we are more or less at the top of the curve,” he added.



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