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Transfer news and football gossip: Man United and Liverpool in battle for Rose, Eriksen offered new Spurs contract, West Ham target LaLiga defender

Transfer news and football gossip: Man United and Liverpool in battle for Rose, Eriksen offered new Spurs contract, West Ham target LaLiga defender

Sports
talkSPORT.com rounds up all the latest transfer news and football gossip from Saturday’s papers and online… Liverpool could be ready to make Mohamed Salah the Premier League’s top-paid player when they offer him a new contract worth £22.4m a year. (The Sun) Liverpool want Augsburg’s German left-back Philipp Max, 25, as competition for Andy Robertson. (Sport) Tottenham have offered Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen an improved £200,000-a-week contract in a bid to stop a potential move to Real Madrid. (Daily Mail) Everton are ready to challenge Arsenal for 26-year-old Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha, who is rated at £80m by his club Crystal Palace. (Evening Standard) Have Inter Milan ended their pursuit of Manchester United s
Joao Felix transfer: Benfica considering £112.9m offer from Atletico Madrid for Man United and Man City target

Joao Felix transfer: Benfica considering £112.9m offer from Atletico Madrid for Man United and Man City target

Sports
snubbed? The Premier League clubs look set to miss out on the highly-rated Portuguese international Benfica have confirmed they are considering a £112.9million bid from Atletico Madrid for Joao Felix. The Portuguese forward is being chased by several top clubs across Europe, including Manchester United and City, but Atletico look set to win the race for his signature. getty Felix has been compared to AC Milan and Brazil legend Kaka Atleti’s offer is actually above the 19-year-old’s £107.5million release clause, though they made an increased bid as they’re keen on paying the fee in instalments rather than as a lump sum. “Atletico Madrid submitted a proposal for the acquisition of [Felix] for a total amount of 126,000,000 euros which
Climate change: UK government to commit to 2050 target

Climate change: UK government to commit to 2050 target

Science
Greenhouse gas emissions in the UK will be cut to almost zero by 2050, under the terms of a new government plan to tackle climate change.Prime Minister Theresa May said reducing pollution would also benefit public health and cut NHS costs.Britain is the first major nation to propose this target - and it has been widely praised by green groups.But some say the phase-out is too late to protect the climate, and others fear that the task is impossible.The UK already has a 2050 target - to reduce emissions by 80%. That was agreed by MPs under the Climate Change Act in 2008, but will now be amended to the new, much tougher, goal. The actual terminology used by the government is "net zero" greenhouse gases by 2050.That means emissions from homes, transport, farm...