Manchester United started their their Premier League season a week later than most others and will hope to bring in more signings after a shock defeat to Crystal Palace. The club have secured just one deal so far in this window – landing Donny van de Beek from Ajax for £40million. Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho has been their top target all summer but Borussia Dortmund have played hardball over his fee, and it looks like he’ll be staying put. Alex Telles could be incoming before the deadline, though, from Porto, while Ousmane Dembele is among numerous players being linked with a move to Old Trafford. Keep up to date with all the latest Manchester United news and transfer gossip below… Let's block ads! (Why?) talkSPORT
Premier League champions Liverpool are expected to add to their squad this summer as they look to dominate English football for years to come. Jurgen Klopp’s Reds were superb in the 2019/20 campaign but will not want to rest on their laurels. They are expected to do business this summer, with players coming in and out of Anfield. Will Thiago Alcantara be one of them? Keep up to date with all the latest Liverpool news and gossip below… Let's block ads! (Why?) talkSPORT
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) (L) listens to U.S. President Donald Trump talks to reporters while hosting Republican congressional leaders and members of Trump's cabinet in the Oval Office at the White House July 20, 2020 in Washington, DC.Doug Mills | Getty ImagesIt's the question that's been on everyone's minds: Will there be a second round of $ 1,200 stimulus checks?The answer is likely yes, based on a proposal introduced on Monday by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.The measure includes new $ 1,200 stimulus payments, with similar terms to the last set of checks.Those first payments were for up to $ 1,200 per individual and $ 2,400 per couple, as well as $ 500 for each qualifying child under 17. This time, however, dependents over 17 would also qualify f...
A new bill that targets Chinese companies listed on U.S. exchanges could not only "backfire" on American investors, but also hurt Wall Street — which will lobby against the legislation, a Harvard professor told CNBC on Tuesday.Amid a tide of anti-China sentiment stateside, the U.S. Senate last month passed a bill that could essentially ban many Chinese companies from listing their shares on U.S. exchanges, or raising money from American investors.It would require those companies to certify "they are not owned or controlled by a foreign government," and be subjected to audits by U.S. regulators for three consecutive years. If not, they would be banned from trade on the exchanges. I think in terms of protecting American investors, this bill if it becomes law, could backfire.Jesse F