Another Chelsea target is Declan Rice, lately seen breaking bread with Mr Chelsea himself (and Aston Villa assistant manager), John Terry, but West Ham are not ready to let Rice go for a price as low as £80m. And Sergio Reguilón remains on the list, too, as a cheaper alternative to Chilwell. Reguilón is also a target for Arsenal but their lack of Champions League football means the Real Madrid left-back, on loan at Sevilla and set to face Manchester United in the Europa League on Sunday, favours a move to west London. Chelsea have a spare berth handy with Emerson Palmieri set to join Antonio Conte’s collection of Premier League veterans at Internazionale. … [Read more...] about Football transfer rumours: Cristiano Ronaldo not heading to Barcelona?
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On the day Dortmund's preseason started, Bild are reporting that Premier League side Manchester United are considering paying the €120 million asking price in installments, with the majority of the overall sum coming upfront. Dortmund have reportedly given United a deadline of August 10 to get the deal done. … [Read more...] about Bundesliga transfer blog: Waldschmidt moves to Benfica
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And we are going to be living with the consequences for a long time. Don’t expect a vaccine to come to the rescue in the short term, says Nabarro. “For the foreseeable future, we are going to have to find ways to go about our lives with this virus as a constant threat to our lives. That means isolating those who show signs of the disease and also their contacts. Older people will have to be protected. That is going to be the new normal for us all.” … [Read more...] about How did Britain get its coronavirus response so wrong?