Man Utd agree deal for Dembele

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first_img Loading… Promoted Content8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much10 Greatest Disney Female Villains We Love Anyways7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Worst Things To Do To Your PhoneThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time8 Shows That Overstayed Their WelcomeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth Meanwhile, Manchester United are still eager to sign Napoli right-back Giovanni Di Lorenzo and have made an inquiry. Corriere dello Sport claimed United are looking at making an offer for the player, who is currently holding contract discussions with Napoli. read also:Man Utd ahead of Chelsea in race to grab Dembele United were linked with the Italy international during the January transfer window and the reports claim the versatile 26-year-old is still wanted at Old Trafford. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 TodoFichajes report that Dembele will leave Lyon to join up with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in a €70m transfer. The former Celtic striker has scored 42 goals and 13 assists in 88 games, but his time in France is up.Advertisement Manchester United have an agreement in place with Lyon striker, Moussa Dembele, according to a report in Spain.last_img read more


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first_img Press Association In a surprise development, United sources claimed on Wednesday that the club made a bid to sign Mane last week. Southampton deny any offer has been submitted for the Senegalese winger, but a spokesman for the south-coast club said Mane is “not for sale” anyway. Southampton insist Manchester United target Sadio Mane is not for sale.center_img Despite making five signings this summer, United manager Louis van Gaal believes his squad lack pace and creativity, and Mane certainly has both those qualities in abundance. Southampton signed the 23-year-old from Red Bull Salzburg last summer for £10million. In his first year at Saints he scored 10 goals in 32 appearances, including the fastest hat-trick in Premier League history in the 6-1 win over Aston Villa. The move for the player still comes as something of a surprise, however. United were reported to be close to the capture of Barcelona forward Pedro last week, but it emerged on Wednesday the club had pulled out of the running to sign the 28-year-old. Sources at Old Trafford claim Van Gaal decided to abandon a bid to sign the Canary Islander after doubts emerged regarding whether he wanted to move to the 20-time English champions. Pedro now looks set to move to Chelsea instead. last_img read more


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first_img Published on March 6, 2016 at 2:32 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschweds Related Stories Briana Day scores 17 points despite No. 17 Syracuse’s 68-57 loss to No. 2 Notre DameSyracuse bests Louisville in the paint to advance to ACC championship gameCornelia Fondren and Alexis Peterson propel Syracuse to the ACC championship with 80-75 win against Louisville Facebook Twitter Google+center_img GREENSBORO, N.C. — Hannah Huffman stood on the sideline ready to inbound the ball. She lifted her right index finger and pointed to the side of her head. Notre Dame had to play smart against Syracuse, the nation’s leader in forced turnovers.While Michaela Mabrey dribbled across halfcourt, Brittney Sykes set her feet in front of her along the sideline, fell backward upon absorbing contact and drew a charge.Back-to-back baskets followed and the Orange was down 12 with four and a half minutes to play, inching back into a game it trailed by 18 just four minutes earlier.SU head coach Quentin Hillsman yelled “Steal the ball. Get me that ball.” But the possession wore on with four Notre Dame offensive rebounds, lasting more than a minute and only ending in a missed shot rather than a steal.Even when Syracuse came within arm’s distance, Notre Dame did just enough to maintain its comfortable lead and drain the clock en route to a 68-57 win for its fourth consecutive conference championship.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We just kind of got a little caught up sometimes,” SU point guard Alexis Peterson said. “Miscommunication, just trying to scramble … just kind of got lost.”No. 1 seed Notre Dame (31-1, 16-0 Atlantic Coast) repeatedly broke down No. 3 seed Syracuse’s (25-7, 13-3) normally rabid defense and on Sunday afternoon in the Greensboro Coliseum, snapping SU’s 11-game win streak. The Orange’s quest for its first conference title since 1985 and second in program history fell short by one win.After Syracuse made itself even more relevant in the national landscape by beating No. 7-ranked Louisville on Saturday, SU’s defense, its spark plug all season, wasn’t good enough to take down the second-ranked team in the country.“We wanted to be at arm’s distance, and we were,” said Hillsman, whose voice was hoarse after the game, “so we just had to make a few more plays to get matched up. We just didn’t do a good job getting matched up in certain situations.”Evan Jenkins | Staff PhotographerUND relied on several home run passes to cross half court and break Syracuse’s press, getting the ball to Mabrey and Madison Cable when point guard Lindsay Allen faced pressure. Notre Dame’s Kathryn Westbeld knocked down several open jump shots in pockets of space created by the 2-3 zone, and Brianna Turner pushed her way inside to convert contested layups.With 6:23 to play in the second quarter, Hillsman called timeout with his team trailing 33-20 and its defense getting stretched thin.Hillsman walked onto the court to greet his players and moved his hand in a circular motion. The Orange wasn’t playing at the pace that had made it so successful for the past month and a half. Out of the timeout, Syracuse switched to its man-to-man press, “double fists,” and it led to some success — SU outscored the Fighting Irish 27-26 in the second half after allowing 42 first-half points.“It was just a few moments where we might have missed a shooter or helped out or did something,” Sykes said, “but we made up for it on the back end. We ran out of time.”After a Briana Day basket cut the deficit to 14 late in the third, the Orange didn’t set up its press fast enough. Notre Dame got the inbounds pass to Allen, who calmly dribbled up the court. Hillsman squatted in front of SU’s bench, threw both clenched fists across his body and yelled “Damn it!”On Saturday, Notre Dame head coach Muffet McGraw said what stands out most about Syracuse is its press defense. On Sunday, McGraw said the key to beating it was Allen’s ball-handling, committing only two turnovers and orchestrating the Fighting Irish’s offense.“We didn’t want it in her hands,” SU guard Cornelia Fondren said of Allen.Entering the season, Hillsman had certain goals: 10 nonconference wins. Check. 10 conference wins. Check. Double bye in the ACC tournament. Check.But earlier in the week, the head coach was asked what would make the trip to Greensboro a successful one. An ACC championship.That goal remained incomplete.The last time Syracuse faced Notre Dame, on Jan. 21, it lost by 28. This time it lost by 11. But last time, the Orange forced 19 turnovers and on Sunday, it caused just 14. SU’s early defensive letdowns put it in a hole and its midgame defensive turnaround came too late.“It’s not enough,” Sykes said. “It’s the championship.” Commentslast_img read more