Man City in talks with Schalke’s Sane, confirms Guardiola
However, Manchester City are the favourites to snap up Sane, and Rummenigge has taken a dig at the player by saying that young footballers should know how to differentiate between better career prospects and more money.Wherever Sane ends up next season, Rummenigge believes the player – who was a regular for Schalke last season – has a big career decision to make. South Sudan calls ceasefire after lethal clashes in Juba
Two Chinese peacekeepers had died by Monday in Juba , Chinese media reported, with several others apparently wounded. According to Ban, UN compounds and civilian protection sites in Juba have been caught in the cross-fire. City boss Pep Guardiola admitted that the club had been in contact with the 20-year-old winger, declaring interest at the same time as conceding the difficulties in luring him away from the Bundesliga.Sane, who went to the European Championship with Germany, has been linked with the club for a while, but Bayern Munich were also thought to be interested. “Of course we talk to him – Schalke know we are interested but at this moment we don’t have many possibilities to get him”. Sidney Crosby’s hometown throws him-and the Stanley Cup-a parade
One of the reasons Crosby chose the location was because he used to come in all the time when he was younger, MacFarlane said. Crosby took the time to stop by his hockey school and let the kids see the Cup as well as his Conn Smythe Trophy. Since the former Barcelona coach officially succeeded Manuel Pellegrini, City have acquired Ilkay Gundogan, Nolito, Aaron Mooy and Oleksandr Zinchenko, and they are still seeking to further supplement their squad for the campaign ahead.”I am so happy, we did many things we spoke about well and in the right moment – that’s why we can not forget which team we played”, he said. Massachusetts cops want Black Lives Matter sign taken down
Burns also called on the GOP to listen to the problems of people in disenfranchised communities in the country. According to its website, Black Lives Matter “advocates for dignity, justice, and respect”. The winger’s £30 million release clause becomes active following the upcoming season, after which a plethora of different teams will be eyeing up the 20-year-old if a move isn’t made this summer.