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    ARSENAL are interested in signing Raheem Sterling but his £300,000-a-week wages could be a stumbling block, according to reports. The Manchester City star will have just one year remaining on his deal this summer. 2Raheem Sterling could be up for grabs this summerCredit: Rex Sterling has stated that he will resolve his future at the end of the season, and is currently focused on helping City win the Premier League. Arsenal have shown an interest in doing a summer deal for the England star. But they may struggle to afford his salary. According to the Standard, it is "unclear" whether the Gunners could match Sterling's wage demands. Read More Arsenal StoriesGUNNERS NEWS Arsenal 'ready to sign Sterling', Aaron Hickey deal 'edges' closer Boss Mikel Arteta worked closely with the 27-year-old during his time as Pep Guardiola's assistant at City. The Gunners are desperate to move for forward players this summer, but may lose out on Sterling to a club overseas. Back in October, he told the FT Business of Sport US summit: "If there was an opportunity to go somewhere...
    New York (CNN Business)Workers in the Michigan auto industry could lose up to $51 million in wages this week, due to the trucker protest at the US-Canada border, according to Anderson Economic Group. The lost wages are a result of the shutdowns of the Blue Water and Ambassador bridges coupled with shutdowns at identified plants in Delta, Michigan and Ingersoll, Brampton, Windsor, Oakville, Cambridge and Woodstock Ontario. The shutdowns on the Canadian side affect the operation of part plants in Michigan. The calculation of lost wages also takes into account the impact on suppliers and transit workers -- many who work on hourly wages."This is a serious disruption with significant human impacts," said Patrick Anderson, CEO of Anderson Economic Group. "With the industry already short-handed and production lines awaiting parts, any further interruption is very costly." US business leaders sound the alarm on US-Canada border blockadeCanada does not have its own auto industry. Instead, US automakers like GM (GM), Ford (F), and Stellantis run the plants there. Anderson Economic Group, which specializes in auto industry analysis, also factored in affected...
    FENERBAHCE are reportedly considering a last-ditch swoop for Real Madrid star Marcelo. The Turkish giants would like to bring in the full-back, 33, although their transfer window closed on Wednesday, AS report. 2Fenerbahce are reportedly keen on signing MarceloCredit: Getty But the Super Lig side are being put off by the Brazilian's high wages, AS also claim. Marcelo currently earns a whopping £7.8million a year at the Bernabeu, which Fenerbahce won't be able to afford. So any potential move for the defender, whose contract ends next summer, hangs in the balance. However, it's been reported that Marcelo isn't in Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti's squad plans this season, which could be good news for Fener. SunSport previously reported that the ex-Fluminense ace was axed from Madrid’s squad in May after a bust-up with former boss Zinedine Zidane. It was stated that Marcelo was not happy with the Frenchman’s ‘defensive’ tactics during the final weeks of the season. Most read in FootballLive BlogGunners news Conte to 'replace Arteta' LATEST, Gunners reject Elneny approachLive BlogUNITED NEWS Ronaldo debut may be DELAYED, Lingard to...
    BURNLEY are reportedly planning a last-ditch swoop for Chelsea outcast Ross Barkley. Sean Dyche wants to bring the 27-year-old midfielder in on-loan before today's deadline day is complete, according to the Express. 2Burnley reportedly want to sign Chelsea outcast Ross Barkley on loanCredit: Getty And although the Blues won't stand in their way, Burnley may not be able to afford his hefty £100,000-a-week wages. Plus on top of that, the West London outfit are likely to want a loan fee for Barkley. The former Everton man spent last season on loan with Aston Villa but they chose not to make his switch permanent because of Chelsea's £35million valuation. Despite his high price tag, Tuchel's Blues have made it clear that Barkley hasn't got a future at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea further confirmed this by stripping Barkley of his No 8 shirt and giving it to Mateo Kovacic. If Burnley don't manage to bring in Barkley, the club's fans can still look forward to new signing Maxwel Cornet donning their colours next season. Most read in FootballLive BlogDEADLINE DAY LIVE Final few...
    JUVENTUS have reportedly offered Aaron Ramsey in exchange to Barcelona for Miralem Pjanic. The Bosnian midfielder, 31, is believed to want a return to Turin having previously spent four campaigns there from 2016. 3Juventus want to bring Miralem Pjanic back to the clubCredit: Getty 3Aaron Ramsey has been offered to the Nou Camp giants as part of the dealCredit: Getty He left a year ago to head to the Nou Camp but is allegedly unhappy at the Catalans. Juventus were dealt an injury blow this week when Arthur was sidelined for three month.  The Brazilian underwent surgery this weekend leaving Max Allegri looking for a replacement. According to Calciomercato.com, the Serie A giants are pushing to bring Pjanic back and have told Barcelona they are willing to make ex-Arsenal ace Ramsey part of the deal. However, the 30-year-old Wales international’s £400,000-a-week wages could provide a major issue. Barcelona are desperate to offload several big earners in order to free up room on their salary budget to extend Lionel Messi’s contract. That includes Pjanic’s £7.71m-a-year package. But Ramsey’s mega wages are...
    LIVERPOOL could strike £372,000 per week off the wage bill this summer. The Reds are planning a mass clearout at Anfield as Jurgen Klopp looks to freshen up his squad. WIN £50,000! Play Dream Team Euros – our FREE fantasy football game 3Liverpool will save £80,000 when Georginio Wijnaldum's contract expiresCredit: AFP And up to nine players could be following Georginio Wijnaldum out of the Anfield exit door. Wijnaldum, 30, looked set to join Barcelona on a free transfer after his release from Liverpool but is now on his way to Paris Saint-Germain. The Reds will stop paying his £80,000-per-week pay on June 30 when his contract ends. According to Spotrac figures, another player on £80k is Xherdan Shaqiri. The Swiss star, 29, may well be moved on this summer with Lazio weighing up an offer. Takumi Minamino has struggled to make an impact since arriving from Red Bull Salzburg. He spent the second half of last season on loan at Southampton and the £75,000-a-week ace could be sold. Champions League hero Divock Origi's time on...
    SERGIO AGUERO is closing in on a free transfer to Barcelona – but could be forced into taking a 40 PER CENT pay cut. The Manchester City legend will leave the Etihad when his contract runs out at the end of the season. 2Sergio Aguero is closing in on a move to Barcelona on a two-year dealCredit: Getty The 32-year-old Argentinian has spent ten trophy-filled years at the Etihad and is now looking for a new club. He has held positive talks with the Spanish giants over a move this summer to link up with close pal Lionel Messi. SunSport understands the ex-Atletico Madrid man is nearing an agreement on a two-year deal at the Nou Camp. But he may be forced into taking a £100,000-a-week cut from the £250,000-a-week wages he earns at City. The La Liga side are struggling financially and are finding it difficult to match his current salary. He is also heading into the later stages of his career and Barca already have the highest wage bill in Europe. It is understood Aguero will land a...
            by Andrew Trunsky  Dr. Michael Osterholm, a coronavirus advisor to President-elect Joe Biden, said that a 4-6 week lockdown that shut down businesses and compensated workers for lost wages may curb the spread of the virus and get the economy on track until a vaccine is approved and distributed. Osterholm, the director of the Center of Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, told Yahoo Finance Wednesday that the strategy would help decrease daily case counts and hospitalizations until an effective vaccine arrives. “We could pay for a package right now to cover all of the wages, lost wages for individual workers, for losses to small companies, to medium-sized companies or city, state, county governments,” Osterholm said. “If we did that, then we could lock down for four to six weeks.” Infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm on what Americans should expect from the coronavirus pandemic in the next few months: Infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm on what Americans should expect from the coronavirus pandemic in the next few months: “We are about to enter...
    Dr. Michael Osterholm, a coronavirus advisor to President-elect Joe Biden, said that a 4-6 week lockdown that shut down businesses and compensated workers for lost wages may curb the spread of the virus and get the economy on track until a vaccine is approved and distributed. Osterholm, the director of the Center of Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, told Yahoo Finance Wednesday that the strategy would help decrease daily case counts and hospitalizations until an effective vaccine arrives. “We could pay for a package right now to cover all of the wages, lost wages for individual workers, for losses to small companies, to medium-sized companies or city, state, county governments,” Osterholm said. “If we did that, then we could lock down for four to six weeks.” (RELATED: Sweden Imposes Partial Lockdown For First Time) Infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm on what Americans should expect from the coronavirus pandemic in the next few months: “We are about to enter COVID hell.” https://t.co/7XaewjE0ry — Jennifer Bendery (@jbendery) November 10, 2020 Earlier this week, Osterholm said that...
    A member of President-elect Joe Biden’s coronavirus task force said Wednesday that the US could manage the pandemic by enforcing an extended economic lockdown with the government compensating workers for lost wages. Dr. Michael Osterholm floated the idea in an interview with Yahoo Finance, explaining that a four to six week shutdown of small to medium businesses could drive down infection numbers. Osterholm said the federal government is in a prime position to use borrowed money to pay for such a lockdown package. “When you look at the personal savings rate in this country, it’s now gone from about 8 percent to over 22 percent,” Osterholm said. “We have a big pool of money out there that we could borrow.” “We could pay for a package right now to cover all of the wages, lost wages for individual workers, for losses to small companies to medium sized companies,” and loses to lower levels of government, Osterholm said. Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease & Policy at the University of Minnesota, said other countries in Asia and New Zealand and...
    KEPA ARRIZABALAGA could be offered a get-out from his Chelsea misery with a loan move to Sevilla. Chelsea’s keeper is again under pressure after letting in four goals at West Ham on Thursday night. 1 Kepa Arrizabalaga could be handed a way out of Chelsea with a loan move to SevillaCredit: Reuters One was disallowed via a controversial VAR decision but the world’s most expensive goalkeeper is once more facing an uncertain future under boss Frank Lampard. The £71.6million Spaniard may even be willing to accept a move to regain confidence or ultimately help seek a permanent transfer away from Stamford Bridge. Kepa wants a top European club but is unlikely to interest Spanish big guns Real Madrid and Barcelona at present. Sevilla are fourth in LaLiga and pushing for a Champions League place next season. But Kepa’s £150,000-a-week wages would be an issue as would the fee for a permanent deal because he is just two years into a mammoth six year contract. Rivals Valencia would be another alternative but again the finance will be a problem. Chelsea may have...
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