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Chelsea transfer news LIVE: Jorginho agent opens door to Juventus switch, Kai Havertz delay, explained, Willian ‘agrees’ Arsenal contract

Chelsea transfer news LIVE: Jorginho agent opens door to Juventus switch, Kai Havertz delay, explained, Willian ‘agrees’ Arsenal contract

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Chelsea are set to be among the busiest clubs in this summer’s transfer window. The Blues have already completed the signings of Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner and now are eyeing more big deals, while a number of players have been put up for sale. Keep up to date with all the latest Chelsea news and transfer gossip below… Let's block ads! (Why?) talkSPORT

Sports news LIVE: Arsenal agree 12.5 per cent wage cuts with players, Sancho ‘agrees Man United move’, Pochettino tipped for Newcastle job

Sports
[unable to retrieve full-text content]We will bring you all the latest sports news, views and updates on how the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect the sporting calendar. Headlines: Arsenal have become the first Premier League club to agree on salary reductions with first-team players Jadon Sancho to Manchester United transfer: ‘Almost every detail’ of deal taking England wonderkid to […] talkSPORT
Apple agrees to pay $500m over claims it slowed down old iPhones

Apple agrees to pay $500m over claims it slowed down old iPhones

Technology
Apple has agreed to pay up to $ 500m (£391m) to settle a lawsuit accusing the tech giant of intentionally slowing down older iPhone models.Phone owners could get up to $ 25 (£19.56) per handset if a California judge approves the settlement. The smartphone maker and lawyers representing consumers agreed to a deal stemming from Apple's admission in 2017 that it was slowing down the performance of older devices in order to avoid unexpected shutdowns related to battery fatigue.The admission saw Apple offering discounted battery replacements at $ 29 (£22.69).But customers claimed they had already spent hundreds of dollars on replacing their handsets because Apple did not reveal why their phones were slowing down.
France agrees to send more troops to West Africa to fight terrorism

France agrees to send more troops to West Africa to fight terrorism

World
Jan. 14 (UPI) -- French President Emmanuel Macron agreed during a summit with leaders of West and Central African nations to send hundreds of more troops to reinforce the region's fight against Islamic terrorism. During a summit meeting Monday in the southwestern French city of Pau, Macron and the leaders of Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania and Niger reaffirmed their commitment to fighting extremism in the Sahel, a semi-arid belt stretching 2,400 miles across the breadth of the continent, they said in a joint statement. Macron also said he agreed to send 220 additional combat troops to reinforce Operation Barkhane, France's largest overseas mission to counter terrorism in the region, which has seen an uptick in violence in recent years. On Thursday, Mohamed Ibn Chambas, head of the U...
Michael Pineda agrees to two-year, $20M deal with Minnesota Twins

Michael Pineda agrees to two-year, $20M deal with Minnesota Twins

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Dec. 5 (UPI) -- Right-handed pitcher Michael Pineda will return to the Minnesota Twins after agreeing to a two-year contract with the club. League sources told ESPN and FOX 9 of Minneapolis that Pineda reached an agreement with the Twins on a two-year, $ 20 million deal. Pineda had 11 wins and a 4.01 ERA over 26 starts with the Twins last season before missing the remainder of the 2019 campaign due to suspension. MLB initially handed the pitcher an 80-game ban after he tested positive for the banned diuretic hydrochlorothiazide, which can mask other banned substances. After an appeal, Pineda had the penalty reduced to 60 games. He will begin the 2020 season serving the remainder of the suspension that started in early September. He has about five weeks of the ban left to serve. In 14 sta...