talkSPORT rounds up all the latest transfer news and football gossip from Thursday’s papers and online…Manchester United are hoping to convince Paul Pogba to sign a new contract, with Jesse Lingard and 17-year-old forward Mason Greenwood also in line for new deals. (Evening Standard) Old Trafford legend Paul Scholes says Pogba would not be a “big loss” if he left the Red Devils – FULL STORY Getty Images - Getty Paul Scholes is no Paul Pogba fan Manchester United sent an official to watch 19-year-old Norwegian forward Erling Haaland as he introduced himself to the European stage with a hat-trick for Red Bull Salzburg on his Champions League debut. (Salzburger Nachrichten) England and Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho has re
Inter Milan have agreed personal terms with Manchester United’s unsettled winger Alexis Sanchez, according to reports.San Siro chief Antonio Conte wants to bring Sanchez back to Italy this summer, but the forward’s enormous wages may well be a stumbling block in the deal. Getty Inter have reportedly agreed personal terms with Sanchez The Serie A outfit are far from finished in the market, even after shelling out £72million on Romelu Lukaku, and the Daily Mail report that they would be willing to offer around £20m for Sanchez. The report also claimed Inter will offer the 30-year-old around £5m-per-year, a significant drop in his currently wage which current stands at £9m-a-year. Now, Sky Sports Italy claim Sanchez has agreed personal terms with Inter and hi
The Love Island bombshell may have left the villa, but it wasn't before throwing shade at her ex-half-boyfriend one last time.After being left heartbroken by Curtis Pritchard who appears to be moving on with Maura Higgins, Amy Hart walked from the villa.Following the drama at Casa Amor, Amy was left single when Curtis admitted he didn't want to pursue their relationship.With Maura explaining Curtis was everything in a man she was looking for, Amy claimed Curtis wasn't a "manly man" as she snubbed the potential new romance. “A really manly man... that's not him!”Amy HartSpeaking with her pals, Molly-Mae Hague admitted she never expected Maura to fancy Curtis, and Amy was quick to snap back.She chirped: "Everything she's listed to us about what she sees in a guy... Someone older that's ready
Mumbai: Yes Bank, which is currently redrawing its strategic roadmap under new chief executive Ravneet Gill, is likely to exit the asset management business as it believes that scaling up operations amid intensifying competition could be difficult, said people familiar with the plans. The bank could either sell the business to another asset manager, or wind it up over a period of time, said one of the persons cited above. “The business hasn’t been able to expand much,” said the person. “Either Yes Bank has to sell the business, which is too small for some big player to be interested in, or it may have to wind it down over a period of time. It just doesn’t make sense to continue with it, given the priorities.'” Yes Asset Management was incorporated on April 21, 2017, as a wholly-owned subsi
TAPACHULA, Mexico, May 6 (UPI) -- Thousands of anxious, undocumented Cuban migrants lined up Monday outside an immigration office in Tapachula, Mexico, expecting finally to be allowed to apply for exit visas to travel to the U.S. border. Many had been waiting since the office was closed two months ago after a protest by Cuban migrants damaged the facility. Without an exit visa, the migrants could not legally leave the city. "The moment we heard the government was about to reopen this office my wife and I came here to get a place in the line to apply for an exit visa," David Sandino, 28, a migrant from Havana, said Sunday afternoon. "Without the exit visa, Mexico can deport us. Deportation is the worst thing that could happen to us," Sandino said. He and his wife have been waiting in Tap...