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Mesut Ozil 'demands Jack Wilshere's No 10 shirt' as part of deal to extend Arsenal career

Mesut Ozil 'demands Jack Wilshere's No 10 shirt' as part of deal to extend Arsenal career

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Ozil's contract has just seven months to run at the EmiratesWednesday, November 8, 2017Mesut Ozil has demanded Jack Wilshere's No 10 shirt as part of a package to remain at Arsenal.The Germany international is in the final seven months of his contract and is allowed to talk to foreign clubs about a switch in January.Ozil also wants a sizeable increase on current £150,000-a-week wages to extend his stay at the Emirates, according to The Sun. The contract issues have been rumbling on for months, with no resolution in sight and his performances this season have And the desire to wrench the coveted No 10 shirt is part of a move to expand his worldwide brand.His Instagram handle is m10_official and he wears the No 10 jersey when on international duty.Dennis Bergkamp and Robin van Pers
Three criticised over £117 iPhone X monthly deal

Three criticised over £117 iPhone X monthly deal

Technology
Media playback is unsupported on your deviceThree has announced a £117 ($ 150) per month contract for the iPhone X.It's been described as "extreme" and "crazy" on social media.The two-year deal, which includes unlimited data and talk time, is for the largest version of the device. The same contract with an iPhone 8 costs £44 per month, plus a £99 upfront fee.The handset is sold by Apple for £1,149 but under Three's deal customers could end up paying more than £2,100, based on its current sim-only charges.Three's current all-inclusive sim-only deal is £29 per month.The firm said it had various tariffs to suit different customers."There are a small amount of people that prefer not to pay an upfront cost yet want access to all-you-can eat data, minutes and texts and this is aimed at them," Th
Lockheed Martin to develop missile defense tools with Defense Department deal

Lockheed Martin to develop missile defense tools with Defense Department deal

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Oct. 20 (UPI) -- Lockheed Martin will develop lower-tier air and missile defense sensor prototypes under a Department of Defense contract.The award is from the Department's Ordnance Technology Consortium, an initiative to facilitate collaboration between the government, industry and academia for technology development. Lockheed Martin did not disclose the contract's value in a release Thursday."Lockheed Martin is ready to leverage our significant experience, Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) technology and sensor capabilities in the [lower-tier air and missile defense sensor] concept definition phase to accelerate much needed enhanced capability to the warfighter," Mark Mekker, director of next generation radar systems at Lockheed Martin, said in a statement.Lockheed Martin said i...
Everton to hold talks with PSG as they plot sensational deal for Edinson Cavani – reports

Everton to hold talks with PSG as they plot sensational deal for Edinson Cavani – reports

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Edinson Cavani could be on his way out of Paris Saint-GermainMonday, September 25, 2017Everton are set to step up their audacious attemps to land PSG superstar Edinson Cavani.The Merseyside club have been linked with the Uruguayan, considered one of the best strikers in world football.Cavani's status at PSG has been affected by the record-breaking arrival of Neymar from Barcelona and it seems as though he could leave the club.Everton, meanwhile, sold star striker Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United during the window and have struggled without the big Belgian up top.A new striker is high on their list of priorities for January and Cavani has reportedly emerged as a viable target.According to Tuttomercatoweb, the Merseyside club will this week meet with officials from PSG to discuss the possi...
Carillion lenders prepare £800m debt deal

Carillion lenders prepare £800m debt deal

Business
A pack of UK banks have drafted in advisers to steer them through a financial restructuring at Carillion, the troubled support services group.Sky News has learnt that lenders including Barclays, HSBC and Royal Bank of Scotland have appointed FTI Consulting ahead of a crucial set of results that Carillion is due to announce next week.FTI is said to have been hired in the last few days by the banks, which have lent hundreds of millions of pounds to Carillion.The future of the construction company, which has a key role in major public infrastructure projects such as the HS2 high-speed rail link, was plunged into doubt by a huge profit warning in July.The alert, which Carillion blamed partly on big writedowns on a number of projects, sent its shares crashing.Since then, it has ousted its chief...