Month: July 2019

Gueye completes £29m move to PSG from Everton

Midfielder Idrissa Gueye has left Everton to join Paris St Germain for an undisclosed fee, reported to be £29m. The Premier League club announced the move on Tuesday morning having admitted defeat in their bid to hang on to the 29-year-old, who was in Paris on Monday for a...

Mourinho learning German; still focused on ‘biggest’ jobs

Jose Mourinho is keen to return to management but has stressed he is waiting for the right opportunity. The Portuguese, who was sacked by Manchester United in December, says he is missing football and is “full of fire.” His focus is on returning to club management, in either the...

£72m man snubs Napoli after being convinced by Arsenal ‘project’

Nicolas Pepe has decided to reject an offer from Serie A side Napoli to sign for Arsenal, according to a member of the player’s entourage. Unai Emery has a limited budget at Arsenal but BBC Sport reporter David Ornstein reported over the weekend that Lille have agreed to accept a £72m fee...

Inter chief suggests club are unlikely to increase offer for Lukaku

Inter Milan chief executive Beppe Marotta has suggested the club will not be increasing their offer for Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku. Lukaku has been left out of United‘s travelling squad for Tuesday’s friendly against Kristiansund in Norway, having missed all four matches on their pre-season tour of Australia,...

8 dead, 60 hurt as quakes shake northern Philippine isles

MANILA, Philippines — Two strong earthquakes hours apart struck a group of sparsely populated islands in the Luzon Strait in the northern Philippines early Saturday, killing at least eight people, injuring about 60 and causing substantial damage. The quakes collapsed houses built of stone and wood, arousing residents from...

London exhibition celebrates 50 years of black creativity

    A major exhibition in London celebrates the past 50 years of black creativity in Britain and beyond. There are so many works that, politically and culturally, hit you right between the eyes at Get Up, Stand Up Now, an exhibition celebrating how black art pioneers have shaped...

Medical field gets top imaging products

Yang Wenlei shapes Olympus’ China strategy with focus on services, manufacturing Click Here: cheap bape t shirt Yang Wenlei, CEO of the China unit of Japanese tech giant Olympus Corp, said the local market is of great significance for the company. Olympus, she said, has great confidence in the...

Greece’s entry shows 16+1 group is inclusive

The West has always had doubts about the “16+1″ grouping. While some countries are worried, especially about the rise of China’s geopolitical power, some Central and Eastern European countries are concerned that with the advancement of the Belt and Road Initiative, the”16+1” grouping may be replaced or weakened. But...

China tops medal table as Ye adds silver on final day of FINA Worlds

GWANGJU, South Korea – Team China topped the medal table as Ye Shiwen added a silver medal on the final day of the 18th FINA World Championships here on Sunday. China ended the championships with 16 golds, 11 silvers and three bronzes, maintaining its dominance throughout the 17-day swimming...

Chinese opera troupes to perform at Forbidden City Concert Hall

Traditional Chinese opera troupes, including the Tangshan Pingju Opera Company; the Jingju Theatre Company of Beijing and the Northern Kunqu Opera Theatre, will stage in six shows at the Forbidden City Concert Hall from Aug 1 to 26, featuring veteran artists, including Shao Tianshuai, Luo Huiqin and Wang Lijing....