Manchester United have set a £140million price tag for Paul Pogba should the midfielder leave in the summer. The France star has struggled for consistency this season and has reportedly clashed with boss Jose Mourinho more than once. Trouble began when Pogba and Mourinho argued on the touchline at Wembley in February, during United's defeat to Spurs. Since then the 24-year-old has been in and out of the team and his form has varied from world class to poor. Should the pair fail to resolve their differences and Pogba leaves, United want more than the club record £89million they paid for the midfielder, according to Mail Online . Top stories from Friday's Daily Mirror TRANSFERS EXCLUSIVE West Ham could keep Joe Hart beyond this season. Manchester City's interest in going back for Riyad Mahrez this summer is growing. Juventus have opened the door to a sensational return for Paul Pogba. Manchester City could try again for Southampton left-back Ryan Bertrand. Leon … [Read more...] about Man United set Paul Pogba price tag
Quieter. Faster. Safer. Smarter. Oh and nearly £300. Notebook’s beauty editor Lynne Hyland trialled the Supersonic, the first ever Dyson beauty gadget, which promises it will revolutionise your hair styling regime. But is it really worth the crazy price tag? Lynne got her hands on one in April, ahead of the June launch, to find out... Dyson is already a master at sucking, but now the vacuum maker is about to turn to the art of blowing with the launch of its Supersonic hairdryer. It’s the result of over £50 million of research, which involved the construction of a dedicated beauty lab, where over 1,000 MILES of human hair were used to try out a staggering 600 prototype dryers. Now that’s a pretty extreme way to go in search of a good hair day. UK women (because let’s face it, men won’t be buying this) will be able to get their hands on the Supersonic in June, but I got my own preview to find out whether it’s worth the £299 price tag. … [Read more...] about Is Dyson’s Supersonic hairdryer really worth its £300 price tag?
PUBLISHED: 11:01 01 September 2017 | UPDATED: 11:19 01 September 2017 Luke May How Erith Quarry could look once complete Archant From Saturday, 27 homes will go on sale under the shared ownership scheme As the first of batch of a 600-home development go up for sale this weekend, concerns have been raised over the price tags currently on offer. The Erith Quarry development will bring 470 houses and 130 apartments to the town, with the first 27 going on sale this weekend. Each of the homes on sale from September 2 will be available under the shared ownership scheme, with a 50 per cent share of a two-bed maisonette costing residents £165,000 and the same share of a three-bed house costing £220,000. From September 16, would-be homeowners will have to pay £400,000 for a three-bed home and four-bed homes will be going for £525,000. An online search revealed a three-bed semi-detached house elsewhere in the town was taking offers upwards of £250,000. Labour … [Read more...] about Homes ‘out of reach’ for locals as Erith Quarry puts £400,000 price tag to buy three-bedroom house
Denmark’s prime minister has warned Theresa May that Brexit has a “price tag” after a meeting between the two leaders in Copenhagen. Speaking at a joint press conference with Ms May after the meeting, Lars Løkke Rasmussen said Brexit would create “more bureaucracy” for businesses trading between the two countries. “We have to be realistic and we have to realise there will be changes,” he said. Read more India 'not in a rush' to sign trade deal with Britain after Brexit “Leaving the single market comes with a price tag. Unfortunately it’s not just a British price tag, there’s also a Danish price tag. “There’s a reason why we have established the single market and we have to respect the integrity of the single market. There will be more bureaucracy in future, unfortunately.” At the bilateral meeting in the Danish capital the two leaders discussed Brexit and the nerve agent attack in Salisbury. … [Read more...] about Danish prime minister tells Theresa May Brexit will cause more bureaucracy and has a ‘price tag’
Puns have been flowing thick and fast in the Yorkshire Dales, as a former toilet block overlooking an iconic waterfall comes up for sale this month. The tiny stone building, on the banks of the Aysgarth Falls, is attractive — and, according to agents Robin Jessop, you do not need to be, well, flushed to buy it, as the price tag is just £8,000. For public convenience, and because this is no bog-standard sale, the property is being sold at auction, with no chain involved. Front row seat: The old toilet block for sale on the banks of Aysgarth Falls That’s the puns over with — promise. At barely 100 sq ft in size, the one-time lavatory block is too small to provide conventional accommodation but, subject to planning permission, could be converted into a camping barn or studio for an artist or photographer who should be inspired by the unique riverside location. Alternatively, it could be used for storage space by one of the villagers. ‘Renovating … [Read more...] about Former toilet block with a price tag of £8,000