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Transfer gossip: Messi turned down Man City, Liverpool cannot guarantee Coutinho stay, Arsenal duo to leave in January?

Here are the top transfer-related stories in Wednesday’s newspapers… Lionel Messi reportedly turned down an offer to join Manchester City on £850,000-a-week wages before signing a new deal with Barcelona. The Premier League leaders also offered the 30-year-old Argentina forward an £88m signing bonus, claim reports in Spain. (Marca) Jurgen Klopp has admitted there are no guarantees Philippe Coutinho will stay at Liverpool in the January transfer window, with Barcelona still in the hunt for the Brazilian midfield maestro. (Daily Star) Manchester City look set to make another offer for Alexis Sanchez…

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How to stay healthy this week and all day before Thanksgiving dinner

Stuffing, sweet potato casserole and pumpkin pie, oh my! On Thanksgiving, the average American consumes 4,500 calories, according to the Calorie Control Council. That’s why “Good Morning America” tapped nutritionist Maya Feller for her tips on how to do a Thanksgiving “pre-tox,” a healthy eating “detox” leading up to the traditional Thanksgiving meal, so you don’t feel badly enjoying your family’s favorite side dish and dessert. Making healthy eating choices all week long, getting in some extra exercise and eating mindfully at the big meal itself are some of the…

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Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe vows to stay on despite army pressure

Zimbabwe’s embattled leader Robert Mugabe has vowed to stay in power for several weeks, despite intensifying pressure on him to stand down. In a live TV address, Mr Mugabe said he would preside over the ruling party’s congress in December. The Zanu-PF earlier sacked him as party leader, and gave him less than 24 hours to resign as president or be impeached. His grip on power has weakened since the military intervened last week in a row over who should succeed him. A crisis was triggered after Mr Mugabe sacked…

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‘We're all hoping Chris Coleman will stay on as manager’, Wales star tells talkSPORT

Chris Gunter wants Chris Coleman to stay on as Wales boss Wednesday, November 15, 2017 Wales defender Chis Gunter has told talkSPORT Chris Coleman has the backing of the entire team to continue his role as manager. Coleman’s future with the Dragons is currently uncertain. His contract expires at the end of November and the boss recently admitted he has ‘no idea’ if he will be handed a new deal by the Football Association of Wales. But 85-cap star Gunter insists Coleman is the right man to lead the team…

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Transfer rumours and paper review – Wednesday, November 8: Everton want Simeone, Real Madrid target Premier League stars, Ozil to stay at Arsenal?

Here are the top headlines and transfer-related stories in Wednesday’s newspapers and online… Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone is reportedly Everton owner Farhad Moshiri’s top target to become the club’s new manager. (Sky Sports) Real Madrid are poised to make an offer for Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata, who is out of contract next summer. (Daily Express) The 29-year-old was left out of the team for United’s trip to Chelsea at the weekend, fuelling speculation the Spanish giants could make a bid for their former youth player in the January transfer window. (Daily Express)…

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Demarai Gray ready to extend Leicester City stay

The 21-year-old attracted interest from Bournemouth and Crystal Palace in the summer Monday, October 30, 2017 Winger Demarai Gray is ready to sign a new Leicester contract to end lingering speculation over his future.  The 21-year-old has been in contract talks and former boss Craig Shakespeare said he was close to a deal almost two months ago.  But discussions have dragged on, not helped after Shakespeare was sacked earlier this month and replaced by Claude Puel last week, and Leicester rejected bids from Bournemouth and Crystal Palace in the summer. …

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Arsenal FC news: Arsene Wenger wants Theo Walcott to stay at club

Theo Walcott has started only one Thursday, October 26, 2017 Arsene Wenger insists Theo Walcott has an Arsenal future and does not need to leave the club to resurrect his career. Walcott has not started a Premier League game this season and was urged by Gunners legend Ian Wright to move on this week. However, Wenger has told the 28-year-old he remains part of his plans at the Emirates Stadium and should stay put. “I do not want Theo to move on,” Wenger said. “His time in the Premier League will come. “At the…

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