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    MANCHESTER CITY new boy Erling Haaland has a shock release clause allowing him to depart for just £128million in 2024. City won the race for Borussia Dortmund's Norway goal machine, 21, with what's thought to be a five-year contract. But German outlet Bild say the 21-year-old has a clause meaning he can leave after just two years for €150m. MORE TO FOLLOW 1Dortmund striker Erling Haaland is joining Man City in the summerCredit: EPA Most read in Premier LeagueJAYNE DOE RHOBH's Erika looks totally unrecognizable without makeup & designer clothesGUN CRIME WAVE 'Summer of violence' warning with kids pressured to carry guns in 'warzones'SKINNY KIM Kim sparks concern with tiny waist & thin frame while wearing a crop topGUNNED DOWN Israeli troops accused of 'assassinating' US journalist shot dead in West Bank
    PEP GUARDIOLA is keeping tabs on Barcelona wonderkid Nico Gonzalez, whose father used to be a youth coach at the Etihad. Gonzalez, 20, is one of the top young stars at the Camp Nou. 1Man City are eyeing a swoop for Barcelona wonderkid Nico GonzalezCredit: Getty He has broken into the first team this season but has a staggering £500 million release clause. Yet City know that is essentially a ‘hands off’ figure. That is as well as the fact he currently only earns around £10,000-a-week. Barca are still not out of the woods financially, and have delayed a number of contract renewals, with Gonzalez and fellow golden boy Gavi chasing improved deals. City know all about the young midfielder, as his dad Fran remains friendly with Pep Guardiola from their own playing days in LaLiga. The two clubs have also renewed good relations this term, with Ferran Torres moving from Manchester to Barcelona in December. Most read in SportGAME OF STONES Great Britain vs Japan curling final LATEST after GB men suffer lossREIGNING SUPREME Roman Reigns beats Goldberg to...
    CHICAGO — The Anti-Cruelty Society has faced a “challenging summer” as shelters are overwhelmed by pets in need of homes — but it’ll try to find them homes this weekend. The animal rescue group will host its Clear the Shelters event noon-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday at its River North Adoption Center, 510 N. LaSalle St. People who participate will be able to adopt an animal and pick the price they’d like to donate to the group instead of paying the usual adoption fee, according to a news release. People who wish to participate must make an appointment online beforehand. Dogs, cats, Guinea pigs, mice and rabbits will be up for adoption. Photos of and information about the adoptable animals are online. The animal rescue group has had a “challenging summer” with more than 200 animals up for adoption and 300 more being cared for behind the scenes, according to the news release. Subscribe to Block Club Chicago, an independent, 501(c)(3), journalist-run newsroom. Every dime we make funds reporting from Chicago’s neighborhoods. Already subscribe? Click here to support Block Club with a tax-deductible donation.  Listen to “It’s All Good: A...
    North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson is calling out the state’s second-largest school district for paying Critical Race Theory proponent Ibram X. Kendi $25,000 for speaking at a “summer leadership summit.” Kendi, author of the book How to Be An Antiracist and collaborator on two other books on the subject for middle and high schoolers, is behind the push to include his controversial ideology of white people being inherently racist into school curriculums. School choice advocate and adjunct fellow at the Cato Institute, Corey DeAngelis, posted the news on Twitter and the invoice for Kendi’s speaking fee can be found online. The Carolina Journal reported on the revelation, which builds on a nationwide trend of schools embracing Critical Race Theory and parents pushing back against it: “This is clear and direct evidence that Critical Race Theory is being pushed in North Carolina,” Robinson said in a statement released Wednesday from the state Senate. “The fact that a public school district would pay someone who chooses to teach others that ‘the only remedy to past discrimination is present discrimination’ is unimaginable....
    ARSENAL are reportedly due to ‘start negotiations’ with Real Betis over a deal for Argentine international Guido Rodriguez. The midfielder has impressed in LaLiga with his displays since his arrival from Club America in January 2020.  4Arsenal are due to 'to start negotiations' for Real Betis ace Guido RodriguezCredit: Rex 4The star has a £69m release clause in his contractCredit: Rex The 27-year-old made 38 appearances in all competitions last term, with a host of clubs watching his progress with keen interest. Now Spanish outlet La Razon claims Arsenal will soon be stepping up their efforts to secure the services of Rodriguez. The Gunners are believed to be planning to begin negotiations with Betis over a move this summer in the coming days. Rodriguez has a release clause included in his contract for £69million - which could prove a problem for Mikel Arteta’s side. However, the Premier League club are due to start their bidding at around £25.7m and hope to entice Betis into business. Arsenal are looking to recruit at least one new midfielder over the summer as Arteta...
    LOS ANGELES, March 23 (.) – Walt Disney Co delayed the release of the Marvel Studios film “Black Widow” by two months on Tuesday until July, saying it will offer the film simultaneously in theaters and in theaters. Disney + streaming service for an additional fee. Movie theaters were hoping that “Black Widow,” starring Scarlett Johansson as a Russian spy turned superhero, would kick off the summer blockbuster season in early May and draw crowds to theaters after the closings for the coronavirus pandemic. Shares of AMC Entertainment, the world’s largest theater operator, fell 16% after the announcement. Disney also said it would offer the action movie “Cruella” for an additional fee to Disney + customers on the same day of its theatrical release, scheduled for May 28, and that the Pixar film “Luca” would debut for all. Disney + subscribers on June 18 without going to the movies. The company pushed back a handful of other films, including Marvel’s “Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” which will now hit theaters on September 3 instead of July...
    LIVERPOOL are reportedly interested in signing Sevilla winger Lucas Ocampos this summer. But the 26-year-old's £56m release fee could scupper a potential move. 2Ocampos, 26, is one of Sevilla's finest playersCredit: Getty Images - Getty According to Spanish newspaper La Razon, Jurgen Klopp is a fan of the Argentina international. Sevilla are said to be keen on selling Ocampos to balance the books, but they want any prospective buyer to activate his release clause. The winger scored 14 goals in La Liga last season but has managed just three so far this term. He joined Sevilla in 2019 having previously played for River Plate, Monaco, Marseille, Genoa and AC Milan. Ocampos scored an 88th-minute winner against Wolves in the Europa League quarter-final last season before helping Sevilla beat Inter Milan in the final. Liverpool are always on the look out for new forwards with stars Sadio Mane and Mo Salah constantly linked with moves. FREE BETS: GET OVER £2,000 IN SIGN UP OFFERS HERE 2The 2020 Fifpro world XI includes four Liverpool stars, as well as Messi, Ronaldo...
    WEST HAM have been dealt a blow after reported target Marcus Edwards signed a new deal with Vitoria de Guimaraes. Portuguese publication OJogo claim the Hammers were set to make an £18 million bid for the former Tottenham starlet. 2West Ham have been linked with a move for Marcus EdwardsCredit: Getty - Contributor 2The former Spurs star signed a new deal with Vitoria de GuimaraesCredit: Getty - Contributor The report adds that Vitoria were open to selling Edwards, who has revitalised his career since swapping English football for Portugal. Yet the London-born star has now put pen to paper on a new contract to that has seen his release clause rise to £45million. Edwards has signed a lucrative three-year extension with Vitoria to recognise his standing as one of the club's top assets. A club statement read: "Edwards is serving the second season with Vitória SC, asserting himself as one of the most influential players on the team and one of the highlights of the Liga NOS, having even integrated the pre-selection for the best 11 of the season 2019/2020. "The English...
    Disney’s upcoming animated feature film, Raya and the Last Dragon, will open in theaters and on Disney Plus in March, Disney announced at its 2020 Investors Day. The choice by the Walt Disney Company follows in the footsteps of Mulan, which went directly to Disney’s streaming service due to the widespread closure of theaters in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Mulan was initially available through a premium fee, and Raya will follow the same path. The strategy follows a similar shift to WarnerMedia, which will release Warner Bros. Pictures 2021 theatrical releases directly to HBO Max (albeit with no extra charge). Raya and the Last Dragon takes place in a Southeast Asian-inspired fantasy world, where dragons and humans once lived side-by-side. The titular hero, voiced by Kelly Marie Tran, is on the search for the last dragon in the land as fearsome monsters return to the land. Awkwafina voices the smart-talking dragon, who can also shapeshift into the form of an old woman. Originally set for a November 2020 theatrical release date, Raya and the Last Dragon...
    MANCHESTER UNITED reportedly had an agreement in principle to secure the signing of La Liga wonderkid Ansu Fati in the summer.  But Spanish outlet Sport claim the Old Trafford giants saw their hopes of a sensational £133million move dashed after Barcelona put the brakes on transfer talks. 3Man United reportedly has an agreement in principle to sign Barcelona ace Ansu FatiCredit: Getty Images - Getty And the former La Liga champs, who face Atletico Madrid on Saturday, have added a whopping £357million release clause to the youngster’s contract which runs until 2022.  Fati, 18,  has been making waves in Spain’s top-flight after netting his first goal as a professional footballer at 16, becoming Barcelona’s youngest ever scorer.  And the Golden Boy nominee, regarded as a potential heir to Lionel Messi, has already netted four goals in seven LaLiga appearances this term.  ⚽ Read our Man United live blog for the latest news from Old Trafford Man United had reportedly been eager to boost their attacking options on their right-wing after missing out on top summer target Jadon Sancho.  And it...
    SPORTING LISBON have reportedly increased the release clause fee for teen whiz-kind Nuno Mendes in a bid to fend off interest from Manchester United. Sporting and the player's representatives have agreed to raise his initial release fee from £40million to £62m, according to Record. 2Mendes has caught the attention of big European names such as Man UnitedCredit: Getty Images - Getty This would be the second-highest clause in the club's history, only topped by former Sporting star Bruno Fernandes whose fee was £89.7m Mendes, 18, only recently signed a new contract with the club but they felt the need to amend it due to interest from a host of European teams. Despite only making his senior debut this year, Mendes has already become a first-team regular and has featured in seven domestic games this season. The left-back also appeared in both their Europa League ties before they were knocked out of the competition. His meteoric rise hasn't gone unnoticed and he was linked with moves across Europe all summer. Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and AC Milan are all said to...
    President Donald Trump appeared to confirm key elements of reporting that his income tax bill in 2016 was just $750 while holding debts worth hundreds of millions, even as he said publication of his tax return information was 'illegal.' Trump got asked at Thursday's town hall on NBC about a New York Times report that he paid just $750 in 2016 and again in 2017 as federal income taxes.  'I think that's a filing number. You pay $750, it’s a filing or a filing fee,' Trump responding, appearing to confirm the bottom line assessment that the billionaire paid a fraction of what millions of Americans pay in federal income taxes. President Donald Trump appeared to confirm key elements of reporting about his extraordinary $750 federal income tax bill in 2016, which he said was a 'filing fee,' while appearing to confirm he has hundreds in millions of debt but is 'very under-levered' Trump also did not knock down Times reporting, based on years of tax returns the paper said it obtained, that he owed $421 million in debts that...
    For Disney Plus subscribers who don’t want to pay an extra $30 to watch Mulan when it drops on September 4th, the company has announced it will be free to all customers on December 4th. A new description on Mulan’s Disney Plus page notes that it will be available to all subscribers on December 4th, 2020. An FAQ page for Mulan on Disney Plus also states that “Premier Access offer will be available until November 2, 2020,” but it’s unclear exactly what that means for people who want to purchase Mulan between November 2nd and December 4th. The News Brig has reached out to Disney for more information. With just three months between the film’s initial release and when it becomes available to general subscribers, Mulan has one of the shortest windows in Disney history. Usually it takes many months before a film moves from a theatrical release to Disney Plus, but much like everything else right now, things are changing as Disney learns to adapt. Disney announced that Mulan would become a streaming exclusive in August during an...
    BARCELONA will reportedly not sell Lionel Messi for any less than a record £199million fee. The 33-year-old stunned the LaLiga giants as he handed in a transfer request to leave on a free. 3Lionel Messi has made his decision to leave BarcelonaCredit: Rex Features Messi demanded Barcelona to exercise a clause in his contract that would allow him to leave for nothing. But the club are convinced that the clause has expired - and want the biggest fee in football history for him. According to Catalan Broadcaster RAC, Barcelona want at least £199million for the six-time Ballon d'Or winner. His fee is set to eclipse the £198million Paris Saint-Germain paid to sign Neymar in 2017. The source states that the club's board have made it clear Messi will not leave for free. Barcelona believe he is under contract with them until 2021, with a release clause of £630million. MESSI TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news on stunning exit from Barcelona Messi has achieved legendary status at the Nou Camp since his debut in 2004. He has...
    LIONEL MESSI is "very unlikley" to leave Barcelona this summer, according to Brazilian legend Ronaldo. The Argentine megastar told the Catalan giants he wants to go "immediately" after their Champions League humiliation. 3Lionel Messi is 'very unlikely' to leave Barcelona this summer, according to Brazilian legend RonaldoCredit: PA:Press Association 3The iconic striker thinks the Argentine will stay putCredit: Getty Images - Getty But former Barca ace Ronaldo cannot see that happening with Nou Camp chiefs set to insist on his £631million release clause fee. The 43-year-old owns fellow LaLiga side Real Valladolid. And speaking to a webinar hosted by Santander, he said: "It's very unlikely that he'll be able to leave Barcelona at the moment, especially when there's a crisis of results. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news, juicy gossip and the biggest deals "Messi is a reference for the team and, if I were Barcelona, I wouldn't let him leave in any situation. "He has a great and strong relationship with the club and I don't think he'll stop being in love with the team.” Barca were thumped...
    WELD COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams is reducing fees again for concealed carry weapons permits. In an announcement Thursday, Reams said he reached an agreement with the board of county commissioners to cut the fees in nearly half. (credit: CBS) According to a news release, the board signed off on Reams’ proposal to reduce CCW fees to $52.50 from $100. The sheriff said the fee reduction is appropriate given the recent passage of Senate Bill 217 – the “Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity Act” – meant to enhance police accountability. “I’ve had a lot of conversations with concerned citizens about what law enforcement response looks like in this era of anti-cop rhetoric, talks of defunding the police and a state legislature that often times doesn’t stand side-by-side with police,” he said in the release. CBS4’s Rick Sallinger interviews Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams. (credit: CBS) This is the second CCW fee reduction since Reams was elected. He successfully advocated for a reduced cost of $100 from $150 shortly after taking office in January 2015. “I thought it...
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