Liverpool Lending – Liverpool IL http://liverpool-il.com/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 06:21:26 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://liverpool-il.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/default1-150x150.png Liverpool Lending – Liverpool IL http://liverpool-il.com/ 32 32 L. Gene Ankrom | News, Sports, Jobs https://liverpool-il.com/l-gene-ankrom-news-sports-jobs/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 06:21:26 +0000 https://liverpool-il.com/l-gene-ankrom-news-sports-jobs/ EAST LIVERPOOL – L. Gene Ankrom, 85, of East Liverpool, died, Tuesday June 28, 2022, at the Good Samaritan Hospice Heritage Valley Beaver. Born August 26, 1936 in Weirton, he was the son of the late Earl and Inez R. Shrader Ankrom. Gene was also predeceased by his wife of 56 […]]]>


EAST LIVERPOOL – L. Gene Ankrom, 85, of East Liverpool, died, Tuesday June 28, 2022, at the Good Samaritan Hospice Heritage Valley Beaver.

Born August 26, 1936 in Weirton, he was the son of the late Earl and Inez R. Shrader Ankrom.

Gene was also predeceased by his wife of 56 years, Betty Heupp Ankrom and by his grandson, Brent Rees Ankrom, his sister, Susan Maze and his nephew, Kevin Maze.

He was a member of the Presbyterian Church of Glenmoor. Gene was very active in the Church, once serving as an elder and on several committees.

He was a graduate of Weir High School Class of 1954. Gene was a proud veteran of the West Virginia National Guard, serving 6 years. He retired from Sherwin Williams in Weirton, where he worked as a store manager for 28 years. After retiring from Sherwin Williams, he worked for 15 years at Walmart in East Liverpool and Power GM in Calcutta. As a young man he enjoyed roller skating at Melody Lanes in Hookstown. He was always ready to lend a hand, never expecting anything in return. Gene loved being outdoors, gardening and bird watching.

Gene will be sadly missed by his son, Scott Ankrom and his fiancée Laverne Owens of Owings Mill, MD.; daughters, Dee Campbell of Weirton and Dawn Burgess and husband Bill of Rootstown, OH. He will also be missed by his grandchildren, Kaleb and Kyle Campbell as well as several nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Good Samaritan Hospice, 134 Marwood Rd. Cabot, Pennsylvania. 16023 and Betty Barnard Fellowship through Glenmoor United Presbyterian Church, 16410 St. Route 267 East Liverpool, OH. 43920.

Pastor Vel Vias will celebrate Gene’s life on Friday, July 1, 2022 at 7 p.m. at the Arner Funeral Chapel. Friends can visit his family, 2 hours before the service from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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Monaco manager confirms 15.5 mi signing of Liverpool striker Takumi Minamino https://liverpool-il.com/monaco-manager-confirms-15-5-mi-signing-of-liverpool-striker-takumi-minamino/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 10:03:07 +0000 https://liverpool-il.com/monaco-manager-confirms-15-5-mi-signing-of-liverpool-striker-takumi-minamino/ Monaco manager Philippe Clement confirms the £15.5m signing of Takumi Minamino from Liverpool before the two clubs officially announce the deal for the Frenchman, revealing the Japanese star was ‘very high on our list” Monaco coach Philippe Clément has confirmed the signing of Takumi Minamino The two clubs are yet to announce the deal, but […]]]>

Monaco manager Philippe Clement confirms the £15.5m signing of Takumi Minamino from Liverpool before the two clubs officially announce the deal for the Frenchman, revealing the Japanese star was ‘very high on our list”

  • Monaco coach Philippe Clément has confirmed the signing of Takumi Minamino
  • The two clubs are yet to announce the deal, but Clement said it was done on Saturday
  • Minamino has fallen far down the pecking order in the forward line at Liverpool

Monaco coach Philippe Clément has confirmed the signing of Liverpool striker Takumi Minamino by the club.

Last week, Sportsmail revealed the clubs had agreed a deal for the Japan international, which consists of an initial fee of £12.9m plus a further £2.6m in add-ons.

The clubs had yet to officially announce the transfer, but Clement did the job for both of them when he spoke on the sidelines of Monaco’s friendly against Cercle Brugge on Saturday.

Monaco coach Philippe Clément has confirmed the signing of Takumi Minamino from Liverpool

Minamino has struggled to get first-team football at Liverpool since joining in January 2020

Minamino has struggled to get first-team football at Liverpool since joining in January 2020

“I’m very happy, I’ve known him for a long time,” said Clément. RMC Sports.

“He was very high on our list. Everyone here is convinced that he has the qualities to bring something to the team.

“He already has experience and has done a lot of good things at Salzburg, in a style close to ours, just like at Liverpool where there is a lot of competition. That’s why it’s an opportunity.

Monaco boss Philippe Clement confirmed the deal before the two clubs made it official

Monaco boss Philippe Clement confirmed the deal before the two clubs made it official

Minamino joined Liverpool for £7.25m in January 2020 from Red Bull Salzburg but failed to establish himself as a first-team player in a highly competitive front line.

The 27-year-old found himself lower and lower in the pecking order as Liverpool signed Diogo Jota, then Luis Diaz and now Darwin Nunez since Minamino’s arrival, although Sadio Mane has since joined Bayern Munich .

In Minamino’s two-and-a-half years at Liverpool, he made just 53 appearances in all competitions, including just 11 Premier League games in 2021-22, scoring three goals.

Minamino plays for Japan.  The striker is looking for regular football ahead of the World Cup

Minamino plays for Japan. The striker is looking for regular football ahead of the World Cup

The writing seemed to be on the wall for him in Merseyside when he spent half a season on loan at Southampton in the 2020-21 campaign, making 10 appearances before returning to Anfield.

With Japan taking part in the World Cup in November, Minamino searches for a new home to get some regular first-team football ahead of the tournament.

The winger has scored 14 goals in 55 appearances during his Reds career.

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Transfer the news LIVE! Jesus at Arsenal “done”; Chelsea FC prepare De Ligt offer; Spurs offer to Raphinha; latest rumors https://liverpool-il.com/transfer-the-news-live-jesus-at-arsenal-done-chelsea-fc-prepare-de-ligt-offer-spurs-offer-to-raphinha-latest-rumors/ Fri, 24 Jun 2022 14:20:23 +0000 https://liverpool-il.com/transfer-the-news-live-jesus-at-arsenal-done-chelsea-fc-prepare-de-ligt-offer-spurs-offer-to-raphinha-latest-rumors/ Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea are stepping up their summer activities into high gear with a return to pre-season just days away. The three London clubs are battling for the signing of Leeds United star Raphinha amid reports of a £60million price tag, with cash-strapped Barcelona now out of the running. The Gunners appear to have […]]]>

Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea are stepping up their summer activities into high gear with a return to pre-season just days away. The three London clubs are battling for the signing of Leeds United star Raphinha amid reports of a £60million price tag, with cash-strapped Barcelona now out of the running.

The Gunners appear to have won the race for Gabriel Jesus after Spurs opted against making a bid and the Blues failed to follow up on initial interest. Talks are progressing and a deal appears imminent. The third Brazilian in the three-man tussle is Richarlison, who is set to leave Everton this summer and is likely to demand a similar £60m fee.

As for defensive targets, Chelsea are interested in the Juventus mainstay, Spurs are set to sign Djed Spence and the Gunners will face another battle to lure Ajax’s Lisandro Martinez to north London with Manchester United also keen. . Follow all for the latest news and rumours!

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Djed Spence: Tottenham dealt a transfer blow

According to The Sun, Tottenham and Middlesbrough remain quite far apart in their valuations of Djed Spence.

Boro is reportedly looking for £15m plus add-ons for the England U21 international, who is a top target for Antonio Conte.

Spurs, however, would value him much less.

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Lucas Moura’s agent provides Tottenham update

Tottenham striker Lucas Moura is ‘fundamental’ to the club’s plans next season, according to the player’s agent.

The signing of Dejan Kulusevski pushed the 29-year-old up the pecking order during the second half of last season, with Moura allowed just five Premier League starts after the Swede’s arrival.

Despite having one of the most prolific attacks in Europe, Spurs boss Antonio Conte is keen for more signings this summer.

Read the full story here.

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Crystal Palace transfer update

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Arsenal: Albert Sambi Lokonga will stay at the club despite interest from Burnley

According to football.london, Vincent Kompany is interested in Arsenal midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga.

The Belgian played under current Burnley boss at Anderlecht and Kompany has already attacked the Gunners, with a deal for Daniel Ballard close.

Given that Arsenal have been linked with Youri Tielemans, as well as Lisandro Martinez (who is capable of playing in midfield), Lokonga had been linked with a move to Turf Moor itself.

Now, however, it is claimed that Arsenal will retain the signing from last summer.

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Nathan Holland bids farewell to West Ham

Nathan Holland has sent a moving message to West Ham fans after leaving the club for MK Dons.

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Chelsea FC: Todd Boehly makes a promise of transfer to Thomas Tuchel

According to The Daily Telegraph, Todd Boehly has promised Thomas Tuchel up to six signings at CHelsea this summer.

The two held talks about the direction the club should go as they try to close the gap with Liverpool and Manchester City.

Matthijs de Ligt, Jules Kounde, Raheem Sterling, Richarlison and Ousmane Dembele are all under consideration.

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Richarlison: Tottenham warned amid £50m transfer chase

Richarlison could cause Antonio Conte a ‘problem’ at Tottenham, says specialist Danny Murphy.

The striker has emerged as one of Spurs’ top targets this summer, with current Everton set to demand upwards of £50million for the 25-year-old.

Chelsea are another club keen on a move for former Watford, who scored 10 times last season as Frank Lampard’s side managed to retain Premier League status despite a dreadful campaign.

While Spurs fans will no doubt be excited to bolster an attack already containing Harry Kane, Heung-min Son and Dejan Kulusevski, there is no obvious starting place for Richarlison.

Read the full story here.

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Arsenal: the club ready to sell Nuno Tavares

Arsenal are ready to sell Nuno Tavares this summer, writes Giuseppe Muro.

Tavares is a loan target for Marseille as they prepare for a Champions League return next season after finishing second in Ligue 1.

Atalanta are also interested in a transfer for the 22-year-old, who was understudy for first-choice left-back Kieran Tierney last season and struggled when he first joined the team.

Arsenal are targeting a move for highly-rated Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez as they seek to continue their summer spending after agreeing a £34m deal to sign midfielder Fabio Vieira from Porto.

Read the full story here.

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Newcastle were keen for West Ham to sign Nayef Aguerd in January

Newcastle reportedly eyed Nayef Aguerd in January, months before the defender’s transfer to West Ham.

The 26-year-old became David Moyes’ first summer signing earlier this week in a deal worth up to £28million.

There were fears Newcastle could try to hijack a deal, although the Daily Telegraph claim their interest died down after the winter window.

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Fulham and Crystal Palace battle for Joe Aribo

According to allnigeriasoccer.com, Crystal Palace and Fulham are among the clubs keen to sign Rangers midfielder Joe Aribo.

The Nigerian international has impressed since leaving Charlton for Glasgow and is nearing the end of his contract at Ibrox.

Able to leave for free next summer, both London sides are expected to battle Crystal Palace in the race to sign him.

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Taiwo Awoniyi ‘set to complete medical at Nottingham Forest ahead of club record £17.5m transfer’ https://liverpool-il.com/taiwo-awoniyi-set-to-complete-medical-at-nottingham-forest-ahead-of-club-record-17-5m-transfer/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 22:28:46 +0000 https://liverpool-il.com/taiwo-awoniyi-set-to-complete-medical-at-nottingham-forest-ahead-of-club-record-17-5m-transfer/ Taiwo Awoniyi ‘is set to undergo a medical at Nottingham Forest ahead of a club-record £17.5m transfer – and the Nigerian striker has already said goodbye to his Union Berlin team-mates’ Taiwo Awoniyi is reportedly set to undergo a medical at Nottingham Forest The Nigerian star is reportedly close to a £17.5m move to the […]]]>

Taiwo Awoniyi ‘is set to undergo a medical at Nottingham Forest ahead of a club-record £17.5m transfer – and the Nigerian striker has already said goodbye to his Union Berlin team-mates’

  • Taiwo Awoniyi is reportedly set to undergo a medical at Nottingham Forest
  • The Nigerian star is reportedly close to a £17.5m move to the promoted side
  • Union Berlin striker Awoniyi reportedly says goodbye to his teammates
  • Steve Cooper’s new boys in the Premier League set to trigger his release clause

Taiwo Awoniyi has said goodbye to his Union Berlin team-mates ahead of a £17.5m move to Nottingham Forest, according to reports in Germany.

The Nigerian striker is reportedly set to break the club record to the Premier League’s new boys, who were promoted from the Championship via the play-offs.

Steve Cooper’s Forest has been linked with a big move for Bundesliga star Awoniyi, 24, with reports indicating he will soon undergo his medical with the East Midlands side.

BZ Berlin said he said goodbye and left the training ground with a suitcase at 10:05 a.m. Wednesday.

Striker Taiwo Awoniyi (second from left) reportedly said goodbye to his Union Berlin teammates

The Nigerian star is set to complete a record £17.5million move to Nottingham Forest

The Nigerian star is set to complete a record £17.5million move to Nottingham Forest

After signing for Liverpool in the summer of 2015, he did not make a single appearance for the club in his six seasons at the club, with seven loans across Europe, due to work permit issues.

The former Reds striker spent the 2020-21 season on loan with Die Eisernen, before signing a permanent deal for £6.5m last summer.

Awoniyi went on to score 20 goals in 43 appearances in all competitions last campaign, catching the eye of several teams across Europe, including “two other Premier League clubs“, according to reports from journalist Ryan Taylor.

If the deal goes through, Awoniyi would likely step straight into the promoted team's starting XI.

If the deal goes through, Awoniyi would likely step straight into the promoted team’s starting XI.

The proposed £17.5m deal would give Liverpool a £1.75m windfall as they negotiated a 10% sell clause when they sold him to Union Berlin.

If the deal goes through, the four-cap international would likely step straight into the starting line-up.

Cooper only has veteran Lewis Grabban, 34, and Sam Surridge as a No.9 after Keinan Davis returned to Aston Villa from loan.

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Transfer the news LIVE! Update from Tielemans to Arsenal; Chelsea target Sterling; boost from Tottenham; latest rumors https://liverpool-il.com/transfer-the-news-live-update-from-tielemans-to-arsenal-chelsea-target-sterling-boost-from-tottenham-latest-rumors/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 18:05:56 +0000 https://liverpool-il.com/transfer-the-news-live-update-from-tielemans-to-arsenal-chelsea-target-sterling-boost-from-tottenham-latest-rumors/ Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea are trying to strengthen their squads ahead of the new season. Mikel Arteta’s side remain interested in Raphinha but have reportedly cooled their interest in Youri Tielemans. Gabriel Jesus is in the middle of a tussle between the two north London rivals, with Spurs looking to take the Gunners’ first attacking […]]]>

Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea are trying to strengthen their squads ahead of the new season.

Mikel Arteta’s side remain interested in Raphinha but have reportedly cooled their interest in Youri Tielemans. Gabriel Jesus is in the middle of a tussle between the two north London rivals, with Spurs looking to take the Gunners’ first attacking target, while Antonio Conte’s side have been given a boost as it targets Alessandro Bastoni.

Chelsea are also stepping up a gear and want to make Raheem Sterling the star signing of their new era under the ownership of Todd Boehly should Romelu Lukaku leave as planned. Reports also suggest Turin’s Gleison Bremer is a key target for the club and a proposal has been made to try to replace Antonio Rudiger. With the international football calendar now complete, the Premier League rumor mill is intensifying, so stick with us.

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Managerial news!

Ryan Giggs is to step down as Wales manager, according to the PA news agency.

Giggs has been on leave since November 2020 and faces a domestic violence trial in Manchester on August 8.

The 48-year-old former Manchester United star is accused of controlling and coercive behavior against his former girlfriend Kate Greville between August 2017 and November 2020.

Giggs is also charged with assaulting Ms Greville, causing her actual bodily harm, and assaulting her younger sister, Emma Greville, at her home in Worsley, Greater Manchester on November 1, 2020.

Giggs denied the allegations and pleaded not guilty to all charges.

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What future for Toni Kroos?

Toni Kroos has asked Real Madrid for more time before committing his future to the club.

Out of contract next summer, a renewal for another season is on the table for the 32-year-old.

Cadena SER report that Real are confident they will eventually put pen to paper.

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West Ham want Broja

Armando Broja is the subject of talks between Chelsea and West Ham as the Hammers target a new striker.

Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio claims the Blues will be ready to sell the young striker for around £25m.

A deal is reportedly yet to be agreed but West Ham are described as working hard in their bid to sign former Southampton loanee Broja.

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Inter have a good deal with Lukaku

Inter Milan president Steven Zhang has told the club to keep trying to lower the loan fee required to sign Romelu Lukaku.

Reports suggest Chelsea are happy to lower their original price of £21m for the Belgian, but Sky Sport Italia outline Zhang’s hopes of paying around £8m.

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Rekik offers loan to Sparta Rotterdam

Arsenal defender Omar Rekik has joined Sparta Rotterdam on loan.

Rekik will spend next season at the club, which will cover his full salary. The 20-year-old hopes regular first-team football will cement his place in Tunisia’s World Cup squad.

“Omar is well regarded as a talent at Arsenal, but it’s not easy to break through there,” said Rotterdam technical director Gerard Nijkamp.

“He trained with the first team, but it is important for his development to get minutes at the highest level, a chance that is greater at Sparta.

“Omar is a central defender who is strong in football, but who also leads the way in battle and is not afraid of duels. There was a lot of competition to attract him, but we are happy that he chose Sparta.

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Unfulfilled Salah demands

Liverpool continue to look unlikely to meet Mohamed Salah’s contract demands.

The Egyptian, who is out of contract at the end of next season, wants a new deal worth £400,000 a week but the Reds are unwilling to offer him that amount.

According to the Liverpool Echo, the club fear this could make Salah out of proportion to the rest of the squad, which would force a number of other players to ask for huge raises.

As talks continue, Liverpool are ready to accept losing him for free next summer.

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Arsenal interested in Tielemans

Arsenal have reportedly taken a step back from pursuing a deal for Youri Tielemans.

The Leicester midfielder has just one year left on his contract and it has been claimed in recent weeks that he is close to sealing a £25m move to the Gunners.

However, Goal claims Arsenal have suspended any moves for Tielemans while they focus their attentions elsewhere, with Gabriel Jesus a top priority.

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Mane’s papers are all done

Sadio Mane’s move to Bayern is about to be officially confirmed once all the relevant paperwork has been completed.

His six years at Liverpool are over, having signed a three-year contract with the Bundesliga giants for a fee of €32m plus extras.

Mane’s medical will take place tomorrow with the presentation scheduled for Wednesday according to Fabrizio Romano.

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Tottenham and Chelsea get transfer boost

Inter Milan have opened the door to selling Chelsea and Tottenham are targeting Milan Skriniar or Alessandro Bastoni.

Both centre-backs have been linked with Premier League moves, as well as interest from Paris Saint-Germain.

Spurs have made Bastoni their first-choice defensive target as Antonio Conte seeks a left-wing centre-back, while the Blues have been linked with the two as Thomas Tuchel looks to replace both Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen.

Inter chief executive Giuseppe Marotta told Radio Rai: “It’s certainly easier to replace a centre-back than a striker… we’ll probably have to sell someone in that role.”

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Villa not interested in Oxlade-Chamberlain

Aston Villa have no intention of moving Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer.

With Liverpool unlikely to sign a midfielder in the transfer window, they are reluctant to sell the Englishman.

However, according to BBC Sport, Villa are not considering a move for Oxlade-Chamberlain, even as Liverpool become more open to selling.

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Rangers, Celtic, Hibs, Hearts, Aberdeen transfer news LIVE: Bernabei last, Aribo on future, Rogic Far East link https://liverpool-il.com/rangers-celtic-hibs-hearts-aberdeen-transfer-news-live-bernabei-last-aribo-on-future-rogic-far-east-link/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 23:51:03 +0000 https://liverpool-il.com/rangers-celtic-hibs-hearts-aberdeen-transfer-news-live-bernabei-last-aribo-on-future-rogic-far-east-link/ new saint EXCLUSIVE By Derek McGregor St Mirren are set to sign Australian winger Ryan Strain from Israeli champions Maccabi Haifa. SunSport understands the highly active Saints are awaiting confirmation of clearance for a potential free transfer switch for the Coventry-born ace who has taken Australian citizenship and previously played for Adelaide United. But they […]]]>

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EXCLUSIVE By Derek McGregor

St Mirren are set to sign Australian winger Ryan Strain from Israeli champions Maccabi Haifa.

SunSport understands the highly active Saints are awaiting confirmation of clearance for a potential free transfer switch for the Coventry-born ace who has taken Australian citizenship and previously played for Adelaide United.

But they look set to beat stiff competition from a number of English sides and at least one top club here.

Former Aston Villa youngster Strain made 14 appearances for title-winning Maccabi Haifa last season.

Now, however, he is believed to be keen to connect with Stephen Robinson’s Saints and become their SIXTH summer catch for the 2022-23 campaign.

And the buddies are hopeful of striking a deal they would consider a coup.

Strain was called up by Australia a year ago for World Cup qualifiers against China and Vietnam but hasn’t played after suffering a hamstring injury in training.

However, he believes a move to Scotland and a strong Premiership start may give him a late chance of making Graham Arnold’s squad for the final in Qatar in November.

The 25-year-old joined Maccabi Haifa a year ago and played for them in the top flight, domestic cup and Europa Conference League qualifiers.

The Israeli giants are due to face Olympiacos next month in the Champions League second round qualifiers.

Strain, however, is keen on a return to the UK and Robinson – working closely with new chief operating officer Keith Lasley and chief recruiting officer Martin Foyle on a dramatic squad overhaul – would be delighted to land him.

The ambitious Northern Irishman, determined to make Paisley’s side a top six contender, should find out if the player arrives in the coming days.

St Mirren have already signed strikers Toyosi Olusanya from Middlesbrough and Jonah Ayunga from Morecambe, midfielders Mark O’Hara and Keanu Baccus from Motherwell and Western Sydney Wanderers and goalkeeper Trevor Carson from Dundee United.

Robinson – who did wonders in charge at Motherwell, including two Cup finals and a place in Europe – replaced Jim Goodwin at Aberdeen destination in February but then saw the side suffer a dip in form and falter. embark on a struggle for security which it won only belatedly. on.

However, he is determined to ensure there is no repeat in the new season and instead wants Saints to push hard for higher places and decent cup runs.

Robinson – who will take his side to Northern Ireland for pre-season training and friendlies – is also still working on other possible signings.

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Transfer the news LIVE! Tottenham accept Bissouma’s fee; Scamacca at Arsenal; Latest Chelsea FC; gossip, rumors https://liverpool-il.com/transfer-the-news-live-tottenham-accept-bissoumas-fee-scamacca-at-arsenal-latest-chelsea-fc-gossip-rumors/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 10:38:01 +0000 https://liverpool-il.com/transfer-the-news-live-tottenham-accept-bissoumas-fee-scamacca-at-arsenal-latest-chelsea-fc-gossip-rumors/ The summer transfer window is intensifying with Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea all investing heavily in revamping their squads for the new season. Mikel Arteta’s Gunners in particular are showing plenty of signs of life as they pursue Raphinha, Gabriel Jesus and Youri Tielemans, as they have confirmed the signing of Marquinhos. Gianluca Scamacca and Christopher […]]]>

The summer transfer window is intensifying with Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea all investing heavily in revamping their squads for the new season.

Mikel Arteta’s Gunners in particular are showing plenty of signs of life as they pursue Raphinha, Gabriel Jesus and Youri Tielemans, as they have confirmed the signing of Marquinhos. Gianluca Scamacca and Christopher Nkunku are the latest linked names. Antonio Conte’s Spurs take a set to catch an Arsenal target in Yves Bissouma. They also own a stake in Pau Torres and Djed Spence and Richarlison.

In west London, Chelsea are finally free to do business and kick off the Todd Boehly era, and Raheem Sterling is interested alongside Matthijs de Ligt and a bid for Gabriel Slonina. Liverpool have signed Darwin Nunez and now want Matheus Nunes as Manchester United and West Ham seek their first deals.

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Fulham could beat Nottingham Forest against Neco Williams

Football League World claim Fulham are leading Nottingham Forest to sign Neco Williams this summer.

The Wales international enjoyed a productive loan spell at Craven Cottage, helping them win promotion to the Premier League.

Forest are reportedly keen to replace Djed Spence with the Welshman, although Fulham are now seen as the favourites.

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Yves Bissouma at Tottenham: Arsenal and Manchester United had an interest

Both Manchester United and Arsenal had an interest in signing Yves Bissouma ahead of the latest developments at Tottenham, writes Simon Collings.

Both the Premier League giants are said to have been keeping a close eye on the midfielder, but Spurs are closing in.

You can read the latest here.

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Crystal Palace transfer news: Fabrizio Romano reveals his battle with Manchester United

Fabrizio Romano, a noted transfer insider, claims Manchester United and Crystal Palace are leading the race to sign Derby County youngster Malcolm Ebiowei.

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Christian Eriksen: Tottenham and Manchester United favorites to land Brentford star

Christian Eriksen must be one of the hottest free agents on the market this summer.

After proving himself at the top level following a move to Brentford, the Denmark international has been linked with Manchester United and Tottenham, as well as Newcastle.

The Echo of the North claim that Newcastle, despite their wealth, know they will have to outbid both Spurs and Manchester giants in order to tempt him to St James’ Park, with both clubs seen as favourites.

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Yves Bissouma at Tottenham: The latest news

Tottenham are reaching an agreement for Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma after agreeing to pay him a fee of around £25million.

Bissouma has just 12 months to fulfill his current contract and Brighton are ready to cash in this summer instead of losing him for free in a year.

Spurs boss Antonio Conte has made signing a midfielder one of his main targets this summer and a deal for Bissouma could be completed this week.

Tottenham have agreed to pay Brighton around £25m for the 25-year-old and personal terms shouldn’t be a problem.

Bissouma has impressed for Brighton in recent seasons, with Arsenal and Manchester United two other clubs scouting him.

Tottenham, however, have materialized their interest and the Mali international is set to become their third summer signing, following the arrival of goalkeeper Fraser Forster and winger Ivan Perisic on free transfers.

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West Ham win race for Alphonse Areola

standard sports understand that Fulham have also expressed interest in bringing Alphonse Areola back to Craven Cottage after his loan spell at the club during their last Premier League campaign.

West Ham, however, are favorites to sign the Frenchman after his loan spell in east London last season.

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Newcastle enter race for Arsenal’s Bernd Leno

On Monday, Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno’s agent confirmed Fulham were one of the few clubs willing to make a move for his client.

Now 90 Min suggests Newcastle’s moneybags are also eager to sign the stopper, having ended their pursuit of Manchester United’s Dean Henderson.

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Paratici meets Udogie’s agent

Sky Sports Italia reports a meeting between Tottenham transfer chief Fabio Paratici and Destiny Udogie’s agents in recent days.

The 19-year-old Udinese winger is believed to be a target for Spurs and Juventus with the Udogie side trying to lower his price to secure a deal.

The Serie A side want around £17million for Udogie, and Paratici has contacted the Zebrette to register interest from Tottenham.

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Arsenal offered Neto

Barcelona goalkeeper Neto has offered himself to Arsenal.

With Bernd Leno set to leave the club, there could be a vacancy in the Gunners squad despite Matt Turner being signed to move from MLS.

Spanish daily Sport reveal that Neto is very likely to leave Barcelona one way or another, with options for Valencia and Villarreal.

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Arsenal’s new signing won’t forget his roots

Marquinhos posted on his Instagram a clip in tribute to his former club, Sao Paulo.

“I will never stop being MADE IN COTIA,” he wrote before moving to Arsenal.

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Award-winning Scandinavian-inspired home on exclusive road for sale https://liverpool-il.com/award-winning-scandinavian-inspired-home-on-exclusive-road-for-sale/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 09:01:30 +0000 https://liverpool-il.com/award-winning-scandinavian-inspired-home-on-exclusive-road-for-sale/ An award-winning property has hit the market in Merseyside, in one of the region’s most expensive areas. The five-bedroom detached house is on Shireburn Road, Freshfield, nicknamed Millionaires’ Row. The street regularly features on the Land Registry as having the most expensive property sales, thanks to the number of exclusive homes on the road. Jurgen […]]]>

An award-winning property has hit the market in Merseyside, in one of the region’s most expensive areas.

The five-bedroom detached house is on Shireburn Road, Freshfield, nicknamed Millionaires’ Row. The street regularly features on the Land Registry as having the most expensive property sales, thanks to the number of exclusive homes on the road.

Jurgen Klopp, Wayne Rooney, John Parrott and Brendan Rodgers have all lived in the area over the years due to the tree-lined private roads. Built in 2015, this Shireburn Road home is described as “architecturally inspiring” and features subtle Scandinavian designs.

READ MORE: Charming farmhouse formerly part of the Lord Derby estate for sale

The house has been nominated for numerous building awards, including architectural categories at the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) awards. Commenting on the development, the RIBA Jury said: “The resulting villa is essentially modernist, but with subtle Scandinavian undertones with an eerie client-provided sense of ‘home’ within a geometric architectural framework.

According to estate agents Stephanie Macnab, who listed the property, judges went on to say the house was “an elegant, free-flowing house of generous proportions that is surprisingly unassuming”.

Shedkm Architects designed the house, in conjunction with the current owners, who describe it as “a home for an art lover”. Images on Rightmove show the property from the outside and offer a glimpse of the kitchen through the floor-to-ceiling windows.



Five bedroom ‘architecturally inspiring’ house on Shireburn Road, Freshfield

Since the price is not disclosed, it is unclear at what price the property should sell. However, similar sized houses within a one mile radius of the Shireburn Road house are listed for a variety of price points.

A five-bedroom detached house, on the same road, is priced at £3,500,000 and another is on the market for over a million pounds on Argarmeols Road for £1,250,000. Other homes under the million price bracket include a £950,000 property on Victoria Road, £550,000 on Ennerdale Road and £420,000 on Springfield Close.

Overall, the properties had an average selling price of £491,062 over the past year in Freshfield, according to Rightmove. Most of these sales were of individual properties, selling for an average price of £638,972.



Five bedroom 'architecturally inspiring' house on Shireburn Road, Freshfield
Five bedroom ‘architecturally inspiring’ house on Shireburn Road, Freshfield

However, semi-detached properties sold for an average of £306,128, apartments for £219,500. Selling prices at Freshfield over the past year are up 14% on the previous year and 16% on the 2018 peak of £425,159.

Stephanie Macnab’s listing reads: “Rarely does a property of such quality, style and imagination come to market, and we are absolutely delighted to have been selected. to showcase this award-winning property.

“Approaching the property via the private, tree-lined road, you will come to the secluded enclosed grounds and see the upper floors clad in Iroko, which contrast with the stone garden wall, softened by carefully considered planting.

“Once inside these walls you will be struck by the generous driveway and beautifully landscaped gardens surrounding the property, lending an air of tranquility and privacy.” See more images and property information at Move right here.

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Simple Ways to Save Thousands When Selling Your Home https://liverpool-il.com/simple-ways-to-save-thousands-when-selling-your-home/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 06:47:24 +0000 https://liverpool-il.com/simple-ways-to-save-thousands-when-selling-your-home/ Selling or buying a property is one of life’s most important financial transactions and comes with many additional expenses. But while some costs are unavoidable, there are plenty of ways to save money when moving house. We’ve rounded up some of the best. Choose your real estate agent carefully The highest cost for selling a […]]]>

Selling or buying a property is one of life’s most important financial transactions and comes with many additional expenses.

But while some costs are unavoidable, there are plenty of ways to save money when moving house. We’ve rounded up some of the best.

Choose your real estate agent carefully

The highest cost for selling a home is the realtor’s fee, which is usually paid by the seller to their agent and can be up to 1.5% of the final sale price of the property.

Depending on your region, the agent, and the amount of work you expect from them for their commission, you may be able to negotiate a lower rate.

But because it is a seller’s market in many areas, an increasing number of owners are minimizing the involvement of estate agents altogether by going online to use less traditional estate agents to market their property. This can save thousands of pounds.

Online real estate agent Strike works nationwide and sells properties for free. Even with a relatively conservative 1% commission from a traditional estate agent, this could save sellers £2,500 in fees on a £250,000 home.

Strike makes money by offering a host of optional extras that sellers can use, although they say around 40% of customers choose a completely free sale. Optional additional services include £599 flat rate marketing bonuses offering professional photography, a video trailer and a premium Rightmove listing, as well as conveyancing, mortgage and removal services. You can get a free estimate online with Strike here.

Whichever real estate agency you choose, whether it’s an online agency like Strike or competitors like Yopa, which charges a flat fee of £999 per sale, or a high street option, it’s worth getting more than one quote on your home’s value. Appraisals can vary widely, so having a good idea of ​​the local real estate market and where your home is in terms of price means you’re more likely to get the maximum price for your sale.

Some builders also offer coin swapping on new builds, which is another way to eliminate realtor commissions. It’s worth researching what the local rate for your property is before agreeing to this, even just using online appraisal tools, as the amount they offer might be less than what you’d get when opening your home to the wider market.

Legal fees

Traditional conveyancing lawyers’ fees have always been higher than their online counterparts, but, with the coronavirus seeing a backlog of removals and high demand, prices have risen further in recent years, which means that it could cost someone up to £1,500 in fees. oversee the judicial process.

There are many transfer agents online who can oversee the purchase, sale or mortgage of a property, but the only downside to this process is that although they are considerably cheaper and you can save hundreds of books, they often deal with dozens of cases in a hub, which means you’re not always talking to the same person.

This can cause delays, so it’s worth considering whether price or speed is your priority during the process before trying to cut costs here.

Whoever you choose to do your transfer of ownership, make sure they are fully regulated and, if possible, read independent reviews or talk to past clients before you begin the process. If you opt for a more traditional solicitor, check what is included in the price and what is likely to be extra, for example local government searches will probably cost around £300, so check if this is included. Also ask if they do a flat fee transfer package so at least you know what you are paying before you start the process rather than suddenly getting an insanely high bill where every lawsuit letter or email they have sent added a little more at your expense.

Other expenses

Of course, there are many other costs involved in the process of buying and selling a home. Be sure to carefully consider the type of survey you need for any new property you buy. Although you (and a mortgage company) want to make sure your new home is in good condition, there are several different types of surveys and going for a less thorough survey if possible will save you money.

During this time, make sure your mortgage is fixed for as long as you can get it at the lowest possible rate, and look for any offers, discounts or perks. For example, some mortgage brokers collect their own fees from banks rather than customers, which could save several hundred pounds. Some mortgage companies offer incentives such as money for legal fees or waiver of application fees. While this shouldn’t sway your choice of a lower value mortgage over a better one, it’s worth considering.

Moving… or not

Ideally, before you put your home on the market, do a major decluttering as part of your renovation process. Get a jump if needed, or do regular tip and charity shop errands, as well as selling anything that might find a new home on Pie Music (great for DVDs, CDs and games), MPB (higher value unused tech and camera equipment), Ebay (everything else) or other local marketplaces – that’s extra cash for the moving fund.

Not only does getting your home organized before you have to pack it up means you’re not moving unnecessary items around, it could also have a ripple effect on how it looks to potential buyers during viewings. Rooms seem bigger and more tempting when things are a little less cluttered, which could subconsciously encourage people to think your house is worth more and make money in the long run.

As you get closer to moving day, you need to weigh the money savings against the sanity savings. Do you have access to a van or can you hire and drive one for a few hundred pounds, could you get a group of friends or family together to help haul the heaviest things, do you have any children or pets to worry about?

Moving company costs vary greatly depending on the country you are in and the size of the house you are moving from. The average cost for a removals company for a three bedroom house is currently estimated to be around £1,500, but in some parts of the country where demand is high it can be much more than this.

If you decide to go the route of a professional moving company, the fact that you’ve already gotten rid of everything that doesn’t need space in your new home means that at least you’re not paying them. for wasted time. Moving companies vary widely in price and how they operate, so think carefully about what you need them for – do you need them to pack and unpack and disassemble and reassemble all your furniture, what which will be expensive. Or could they drop off the packing materials for you to do it yourself and show up the same day to load the truck? There will be a significant price difference between these two types of services.

The distance between old and new properties is also a factor, with anything within a distance of around 25 miles tending to attract high prices. Demand for good moving companies is high, so as soon as you have a potential moving date, talk to your favorite company – they’ll move it if needed, but you don’t want to miss it completely. Also, although Friday is a popular day to move because it minimizes holidays, it is also the most popular and therefore the most expensive. Consider a mid-week date where prices may be cheaper.

As with your attorney, make sure you’ve done your homework on the firm you’re using. Read reviews online, ask friends and family who have moved, preferably recently, and ask several companies to come see your home and do an educated estimate on the job site.

Don’t forget the savings in your new home

Wherever you move, there are plenty of ways to save money when furnishing your new home.

Use price comparators like Money supermarket or ComparetheMarket.com to get the best deals on everything from your home insurance to new energy providers and other utilities.

Don’t just assume that transferring existing TV subscriptions, broadband deals, etc. gets you the best deal – take the opportunity to sign up as a new customer and see what deals you get – often for companies like Sky Where Broadband BT you will get a better offer or new offers as a new customer.

If you haven’t joined any cashback sites before, it’s worth doing so before signing up for new accounts, as there are great cashback offers when signing long contracts – for example, Quidco will offer members £154 cashback when they sign up for Sky, £122 cashback for BT TV and Broadband, £110 cashback on Coverbaloo home insurance or £88 for Virgin which is a lot if you had the intend to register anyway.

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Transfer news LIVE: Dembele ‘chooses’ Chelsea; Rashford to Tottenham; Liverpool’s bid for Nunez; De Jong last https://liverpool-il.com/transfer-news-live-dembele-chooses-chelsea-rashford-to-tottenham-liverpools-bid-for-nunez-de-jong-last/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 18:19:57 +0000 https://liverpool-il.com/transfer-news-live-dembele-chooses-chelsea-rashford-to-tottenham-liverpools-bid-for-nunez-de-jong-last/ The summer transfer window is almost open for business, with Chelsea reportedly the favorites in the race to sign Ousmane Dembele from Barcelona as they also compete with Arsenal for Gabriel Jesus as a potential replacement for Romelu Lukaku. Tottenham have seen an approach for Marcus Rashford rebuffed by Manchester United, who want to sign […]]]>

The summer transfer window is almost open for business, with Chelsea reportedly the favorites in the race to sign Ousmane Dembele from Barcelona as they also compete with Arsenal for Gabriel Jesus as a potential replacement for Romelu Lukaku.

Tottenham have seen an approach for Marcus Rashford rebuffed by Manchester United, who want to sign Dutch duo Frenkie de Jong and Jurrien Timber.

United are also in talks over Darwin Nunez but could be beaten to that particular deal by rivals Liverpool, who are reportedly preparing an opening bid for the Benfica striker.

Italian defender Alessandro Bastoni appears to be staying at Inter Milan, who are doing all they can to secure Lukaku’s return, while Bayern Munich have failed with a second offer for Sadio Mane.

Meanwhile, Bukayo Saka appears to be staying at Arsenal despite interest from Liverpool and Manchester City.

Catch the latest LIVE transfer news with the Standard Sport blog below!

Live updates

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Saka gives new clue about Arsenal’s future

Has Bukayo Saka hinted he will stay at Arsenal next season?

Doubts over the England winger’s future at the Emirates have circulated as he enters the final two years of his contract.

Liverpool and Manchester City are both known to have an interest in Saka, who retained Arsenal’s Player of the Season award earlier today – becoming the first player to do so since Thierry Henry in 2004.

In a video thanking fans for voting for him again this season, the 20-year-old said: “See you next season.”

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De Jong update to Man United

Is Frenkie de Jong on his way to Manchester United?

Erik ten Hag is keen to make Barcelona midfielder and Dutch team-mate Jurrien Timber one of his first signings at Old Trafford this summer.

United are known to have been in talks over De Jong for some time now as fans eagerly await further updates.

The Daily Express cite a new report suggesting that the 25-year-old is the only Barca player to completely empty his locker at Camp Nou.

A sign that a deal is imminent?

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Liverpool prepare Darwin Nunez candidacy

Liverpool appear to be continuing their attempts to sign Darwin Nunez.

The Reds are targeting Benfica’s Uruguayan sniper as a replacement for Sadio Mane, himself being pursued by Bayern Munich as Robert Lewandowski’s successor.

However, Liverpool face competition from several other top European clubs in the hunt for Nunez, including Manchester United.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Liverpool are preparing an initial verbal offer for the 22-year-old which could be worth around €80m.

However, the transfer guru adds that United are also in talks with Nunez’s side as both rivals have made it clear they won’t be drawn into a bidding war.

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Dembele ‘chooses’ Chelsea move

Chelsea are said to be the favorites to sign Ousmane Dembele this summer.

Dembele looks set to leave Barcelona after all when his contract expires, despite a late-season revival under Xavi suggesting his future could still lie at Camp Nou.

The French striker certainly doesn’t seem short of options as he assesses his next move, although Le10 Sport claim he has opted for a move to Stamford Bridge.

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Tottenham fail with Rashford approach

Speaking of Manchester United and Tottenham, it looks like Marcus Rashford won’t move between these Premier League rivals.

Italian super-agent Roberto De Fanti recently revealed Spurs have held talks with the England striker’s camp after a hugely disappointing season at Old Trafford in which he scored just five goals in 32 appearances in all competitions under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick.

Several clubs in Italy and Spain have also reportedly asked about Rashford’s availability.

According to The Times, Tottenham’s attempts to sign Rashford were quickly rebuffed by United, who no doubt want new boss Erik ten Hag to properly assess his situation.

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Tottenham and Man United dealt a blow to Bastoni

This looks like bad news for Tottenham in their pursuit of top defensive target Alessandro Bastoni.

Spurs were known to be targeting a deal for the Italian centre-back, having already convinced Inter team-mate Ivan Perisic to swap Milan for north London this summer on a two-year deal.

Manchester United are also interested in Bastoni, although agent Tulio Tinti insists he will not leave San Siro, where he remains under contract until June 2024.

“Bastoni will stay at Inter for sure,” Tinti said. “He has a contract and he is happy with Inter.”

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Deal done! Newcastle announce Targett’s return

Confirmed transfers are fast approaching in the Premier League this afternoon!

Newcastle have now announced the return of Matt Targett from Aston Villa on a permanent deal worth around £12m.

The 26-year-old left-back spent the second half of last season on loan at St James’ Park, making 16 appearances in the Eddie Howe-led revival and clearly impressing the former Bournemouth boss.

Targett has signed a four-year contract on Tyneside, becoming Newcastle’s first signing in what is sure to be a busy summer window under their new owners.

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Deal done! Leeds sign Kristensen

Leeds have reached an agreement to sign Rasmus Kristensen, the club have announced.

The Danish right-back, formerly of Ajax, will move to Elland Road on July 1 after a fee of around £10m was agreed with Austrian side RB Salzburg.

Kristensen has signed a five-year contract at Leeds, where he will join former Salzburg team-mate Brenden Aaronson.

Leeds agreed a £22.2million deal for the US winger last month, their first signing of a key summer after avoiding relegation to the Premier League on the final day of the season.

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Takumi Minamino: Liverpool want £17m for Japan international

BBC Sport claim that Takumi Minamino is attracting interest from home and abroad.

Monaco have reportedly joined Leeds, Fulham, Wolves and Southampton in the race to sign the Liverpool man, who rarely gets a game when Jurgen Klopp has a top form squad to choose from.

Despite his lack of playing time, Liverpool are reportedly demanding up to £17million for the player.

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Latest Tottenham transfer: Alessandro Bastoni’s agent meets Inter Milan

Fabrizio Romano claims Alessandro Bastoni’s agent is due to hold a meeting with Inter Milan’s top brass.

Indeed, it’s understood they are still waiting to hear whether Tottenham will launch a bid to sign the defender, or move on to other targets.

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