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Manchester United transfer news: Romelu Lukaku to join Inter Milan in £75m deal after losing his place under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Manchester United transfer news: Romelu Lukaku to join Inter Milan in £75m deal after losing his place under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

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clear out The Belgian striker is keen to link up with Antonio Conte and move to the San Siro to earn a reported £180,000-a-week Romelu Lukaku has agreed personal terms on a move to Inter Milan, according to reports. The Manchester United striker will reportedly earn £180,000-a-week at the San Siro once a fee has been agreed between the two clubs. According to The Sun, Lukaku will be allowed to leave for £75million after losing his place under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. getty Romelu Lukaku will leave Old Trafford this summer, according to reports The 26-year-old has previously spoken of his admiration for Serie A and made no secret of his desire to leave Old Trafford. Lukaku joined in the summer of 2017 for £75million from E
2,000 air force personnel from 4 nations join Red Flag-Alaska exercises

2,000 air force personnel from 4 nations join Red Flag-Alaska exercises

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June 14 (UPI) -- Red Flag-Alaska, an exercise involving 2,000 personnel, 85 aircraft and the air forces of four Pacific Rim countries, is underway, the U.S. Air Force announced. The majority of the aircraft, from the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, the South Korean Air Force, the Royal Thai Air Force and the U.S. Air Force, are flying from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson and Eielson Air Force Base, both in Alaska. The exercise is directed by Pacific Air Forces, a U.S. Air Force component, and allows U.S. forces to train with coalition partners in a simulated combat environment. It is the first time that senior enlisted leaders from the four countries' air commands have gathered in the same location. The exercise will conclude on June 21. "Any time we come together in a training environment...
Transfer news and football gossip: Maurizio Sarri to join Juventus next week, Real Madrid keen to swap Gareth Bale for Paul Pogba

Transfer news and football gossip: Maurizio Sarri to join Juventus next week, Real Madrid keen to swap Gareth Bale for Paul Pogba

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talkSPORT.com rounds up all the latest transfer news and football gossip from Saturday’s papers and online… Real Madrid have prioritised Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen over Manchester United’s Paul Pogba. Eriksen recently admitted it might be time for a ‘new challenge’. (Independent) However, the Spanish giants could turn to Pogba in order to offload Gareth Bale. Madrid are considering using the Welshman as make-weight in a deal for the French World Cup winner. (Mirror) And in another potential swap deal, James Rodriguez could be sent to Old Trafford in return for Pogba. The Colombian, who spent the season on loan with Bayern Munich, has told the German club not to exercise their right to buy him. (Star)
Navy’s Zumalt destroyers to join drone ships in new experimental squadron

Navy’s Zumalt destroyers to join drone ships in new experimental squadron

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May 23 (UPI) -- The U.S. Navy has created a new experimental squadron that will eventually include the three Zumwalt class destroyers and unmanned surface vehicles. Vice Adm. Richard Brown, commander of Naval Surface Forces and Naval Surface Force Pacific, announced the formation of Surface Development Squadron One, or SURFDEVRON ONE, at a ceremony Wednesday in San Diego. The squadron will integrate the drone vessels and support fleet experimentation to accelerate delivery of new warfighting concepts and capabilities to the fleet, according to the Navy. The primary functions will support new and emerging surface warfighting capabilities; develop material and technical solutions to tactical challenges; and coordinate training, material, logistics, personnel and facilities requirements for...
US says it will not join Christchurch Call against online terror

US says it will not join Christchurch Call against online terror

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The US has declined to join an international initiative aimed at tackling the spread of terror online.The White House said on Wednesday it supported the Christchurch Call's aims but was "not in a position to join", citing the need for freedom of speech.The comments came as five of the world's biggest tech companies pledged to tackle extremist material.The Christchurch Call was launched in response to a deadly terror attack that was live streamed on Facebook.The March attack launched by a lone gunman on two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch left 51 people dead.What is the Christchurch Call? The Christchurch Call is a voluntary commitment by governments and tech companies to improve their efforts to tackle extremist c...