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West Ham transfer news: Antonio Candreva emerges as target for Hammers as replacement for injured Manuel Lanzini

West Ham transfer news: Antonio Candreva emerges as target for Hammers as replacement for injured Manuel Lanzini

Sports
transfer report The 31-year-old winger is expected to leave Inter Milan this summer West Ham are interested in signing Italy international Antonio Candreva this summer, according to reports. Candreva, the Internazionale winger, is looking likely to leave the San Siro over the next couple of weeks. Candreva has been tipped to leave Inter this summer The 31-year-old assisted eight goals in 36 games last season, but Inter are expected to offload him prior to the start of 2018/19. QUINTERO BATTLE Tottenham and Real rivals in race to sign Colombia World Cup star transfer fight Tottenham and Everton in race to sign Celt...
Liverpool and Real Madrid target Alisson goes viral thanks to hilarious video from Brazil v Switzerland

Liverpool and Real Madrid target Alisson goes viral thanks to hilarious video from Brazil v Switzerland

Sports
BUBBLE BURST Wanted Roma goalkeeper ‘explodes’ in brilliant edited clip from World Cup Group E encounter Liverpool and Real Madrid target Alisson went viral after Brazil’s 1-1 draw with Switzerland when he ‘exploded’ in a hilarious edited video. The Roma goalkeeper is expected to be one involved in one of the biggest transfer deals of the summer with several clubs, including the Reds and Los Blancos keen on his services. Liverpool target Alisson pops an inflatable ball which came onto the field during Brazil’s 1-1 draw with Switzerland. But rather than see himself become a hit at the World Cup thanks to his abilities as a shot-stopper, the 25-year-old he became the centre of attention when he ...
Nasa's InSight mission will target 'Marsquakes'

Nasa's InSight mission will target 'Marsquakes'

Science
The American space agency is set to launch its latest mission to Mars. InSight will be the first probe to focus its investigations predominantly on the interior of the Red Planet. The static lander will put seismometers on the surface - including sensors from the UK - to feel for "Marsquakes". These tremors should reveal how the underground rock is layered - data that can be compared with Earth to shed further light on the formation of the planets 4.6 billion years ago."As seismic waves travel through [Mars] they pick up information along the way; as they travel through different rocks," explained Dr Bruce Banerdt, InSight's principal investigator. "And all those wiggles you see on seismograms - scientists understand how to pull that information out. After we've gotten many, many Marsquake...
Tottenham and Arsenal transfer target Ben Wilmot set for move as Stevenage pull him out of squad to face Newport

Tottenham and Arsenal transfer target Ben Wilmot set for move as Stevenage pull him out of squad to face Newport

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Stevenage starlet Ben Wilmot jumps for the ballSaturday, April 7, 2018Arsenal and Tottenham transfer target Ben Wilmot has been pulled out of Stevenage’s squad to face Newport with a move imminent, according to The Sun.The duo, along with several sides, have followed the fortunes of the 18-year-old centre-backs during his first senior campaign.Already an England Under-19 international, despite playing for a League One club, Wilmot has been the subject of bids worth around £1million.Now, though, a deal seems almost certainly, possibly to the tune of £2million as Stevenage Phil Wallace concedes he could be off at the start of the transfer window.Wallace said: "Ben came back from International Duty with England last week and we have had developments that suggest a deal will be agreed sho
Trump target of petition to block his attendance at World Economic Forum

Trump target of petition to block his attendance at World Economic Forum

World
A Swiss group has started a petition to oppose President Donald Trump’s visit to the annual gathering of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, later this month. Campax, described on its website as a “progressive” nongovernmental organization based in Zurich, launched the mostly symbolic campaign after the White House announced Trump would be the first sitting U.S. president to attend the elite gathering in 18 years. The campaigners also highlighted their disgust with the U.S. administration's decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement and took issue with many of the White House's priorities. "U.S. President Donald Trump is on outstanding phrases with racism, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, sexism, misogyny, bellicosity, local climate modify denial, human legal rights ab