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Transfer gossip: Chelsea star 'open' to Real Madrid offers, Pogba 'offered to top clubs', Arsenal ace to sign new deal?

Here are all the top transfer-related stories in Thursday’s newspapers and online… Several European clubs have been contacted by a representative of Paul Pogba, amid speculation over the Frenchman’s future at Old Trafford. The 24-year-old was a substitute for United’s Champions League draw with Sevilla on Wednesday. (Daily Mirror) Real Madrid want goalkeeper target Thibaut Courtois to hold off signing a new Chelsea contract until April, as they want more time to decide whether to go for him or Manchester United David de Gea. (Daily Telegraph) Courtois’s offer from the Blues would…

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Arsenal FC news: Arsene Wenger offers positive update on injured star Alexandre Lacazette

Alexandre Lacazette’s recovery from knee surgery is ahead of schedule Wednesday, February 21, 2018 Arsene Wenger has revealed Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette is set to return from injury ahead of schedule. The France international underwent surgery on a knee problem last week and it was feared he would be out for up to six weeks. However, having been assessed, Wenger is now hopeful Lacazette could be back playing within four weeks. “He’s doing well,” said Wenger. “I think he will be ahead of his planned recovery. “It should be four weeks, maybe…

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Booker offers 'golden' prize in 50th anniversary year

A special award to mark the 50th anniversary of the Booker Prize is being launched to find the best winner from the last half century. Five judges, including Hollie McNish and Simon Mayo, are each being assigned a decade and will put forward their favourite book of that period. The public will then decide on the overall winner of the Golden Man Booker Prize out of the shortlist of five. There are 51 books in contention, with the prize first being awarded in 1969. The judges are writer and editor…

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Report details harm to Cuba diplomats but offers no cause

Doctors are releasing the first detailed medical reports about the hearing, vision, balance and brain symptoms suffered in what the State Department has called “health attacks” on U.S. diplomats in Cuba. Still missing: A clear diagnosis of just what happened to trigger their mysterious health problems. All together, the symptoms are similar to the brain dysfunction seen with concussions, concluded a team of specialists from the University of Pennsylvania who tested 21 of the 24 embassy personnel thought to be affected. Whatever the cause, the Havana patients “experienced persisting disability…

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Angelina Jolie’s Lawyer Now Offers Quickie Divorces Online

Advertisement Since couples now meet online, plan weddings online, cheat online and find couples therapists online, it is only logical that they should be able to divorce online. It’s Over Easy is a new website that takes couples through divorce for a starting fee of $ 750. It is either liberating in its convenience (remember in the Rosalind Russell film “The Women” when the disgruntled wives had to fly to a dude ranch in Reno, Nev.?) or another sign of pending apocalypse. More curiously, it was founded not by some…

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News: British Airways offers lounge access at Innsbruck, Ibiza, and Seville

British Airways’ customers travelling from Innsbruck, Ibiza, and Seville will now benefit from access to new lounges. The use of the partner lounges, exclusively for the airline’s customers travelling in Club Europe and eligible cardholders, is part of the airlines multi-million-pound investment to offer access to more lounges across the globe. After customers have checked in at these airports they will be invited to go through security and head straight to the lounge, where they can relax or catch up on last minute emails prior to their flight. Customers will…

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Asus XG Station Pro Offers Thunderbolt 3, eGPU Support to PCs and Macs

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Ever since AMD teamed up with Razer and Intel to create the XConnect concept, we’ve seen more companies tiptoeing into the external graphics market. The basic idea is simple: Slap an external GPU into a chassis, hook it to a laptop (or even a small desktop, with proper Thunderbolt 3 support), and you’ve got a high-end game station that weighs 2-3 pounds when detached, but plays like a 6-10-pound desktop replacement when hooked up. Asus…

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