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Raheem Sterling: Manchester City forward signs three-year contract extension

Raheem Sterling: Manchester City forward signs three-year contract extension

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Raheem Sterling has signed a three-year contract extension at Manchester City, committing him to the club until 2023 in a deal worth up to £300,000 a week.The 23-year-old England forward's previous deal at Etihad Stadium was due to expire at the end of next season.It is understood the new contract will make Sterling one of the best-paid English players in the Premier League. "I'm delighted to sign. My development here has been incredible," said Sterling."I felt from the minute I got here it was the right choice for me. It's paid off and I'm really grateful."Sterling, who has scored seven goals for the club this season, joined City from Liverpool in a £49m deal in 2015.He scored 23...
Leicester City star Ben Chilwell signs long-term deal to keep him at the King Power Stadium

Leicester City star Ben Chilwell signs long-term deal to keep him at the King Power Stadium

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DONE DEAL The Foxes defender made his England debut last month and follows Harry Maguire in signing a new deal Ben Chilwell has signed a new long-term deal with Leicester City to cap a remarkable start to the season. A month after agreeing fresh terms with Harry Maguire, Leicester have secured 21-year-old left-back Chilwell, who came through the ranks at the King Power Stadium. Chilwell has committed his future to Leicester Chilwell made his England debut last month and his first starts followed in last week’s goalless Nations League draw with Croatia and the 3-2 win in Spain. The left-back joined Leicester’s academy aged 12 and said he was excited to extend his association with the Foxes until June 2024. “Leicester’s ...
Trump signs bills to help patients stop overpaying for drugs

Trump signs bills to help patients stop overpaying for drugs

Health
Insurers will no longer be able to bar pharmacists from telling consumers when paying cash would be cheaper than using insurance for their prescriptions, as a result of bills signed Wednesday by President Donald Trump. The two bills had broad bipartisan support as a consumer-friendly move to correct "gag rules" that many viewed as an egregious business practice. One bill applies to private health insurance and the other to Medicare. The measures bar health plans or middlemen that manage pharmacy benefits from getting in between pharmacists and their customers. No longer can pharmacists be contractually prohibited from telling consumers when they would actually save money by not using their insurance plans. Such head-scratching situations can arise because of convoluted deals between drug...
Italy’s ENI signs accord with BP, Libya to take over EPSA operation

Italy’s ENI signs accord with BP, Libya to take over EPSA operation

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Oct. 8 (UPI) -- Italian oil major Eni on Monday signed an accord with BP and Libyan officials under which Eni will get a 42.5% interest in an exploration and operation sharing agreement in the North African country, as well as become operator of an area where exploratory activities were suspended four years ago. The Libyan National Oil Corporation, or NOC, Chairman Mustafa Sanalla, BP chief executive Bob Dudley and Eni chief executive officer Claudio Descalzi on Monday signed a letter of intent to make this possible, according statements by both BP and Eni. BP currently holds an 85 percent working interest in the Exploration and Production (EPSA) sharing agreement in Libya, with the country's Investment Authority holding the remainder. Negotiations related to the accord, which aims at res...
Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi signs new six-year deal with Premier League side

Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi signs new six-year deal with Premier League side

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YES INDIDI The Nigeria international has been rewarded with a bumper deal just 18 months after arriving from Genk `Wildred Ndidi admitted he was ‘thrilled’ to have committed his long-term future to Leicester by signing a six-year deal. The 21-year-old received a five-and-a-half-year contract when he arrived from Genk in January last year, but his excellent form has convinced the Foxes to give him a deal until the summer of 2024. Ndidi in action against Wolves at the weekend A club statement said: “Leicester City Football Club is delighted to confirm that Wilfred Ndidi has signed a new contract, keeping him at King Power Stadium until June 2024. “In the 18 months since his arrival from Belgian side Genk, the 21-yea...