Southampton have slapped a £75m price-tag on Virgil van Dijk [Echo], but Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger reckons he can get the Dutchman for £30m less, according to the Express...
Liverpool's interest in him is nothing new, although given that they were forced to publicly apologise to Southampton after their approach for the Dutch worldwide previously which resulted in the Saints lodging a formal complaint against them with the Premier League, it looked as though the pursuit was over.
Arsenal have already boost their backline adding Sead Kolasinic, while Alexandre Lacazette has joined from Lyon.
The Liverpool EchoCeltic are hopeful Van Dijk seals his move to Liverpool so they can claim a chunk of the rumoured £75m figure said to be required for the former Groningen man to leave St Mary's this summer.
$0.71 EPS Expected for Chemours Co (CC)
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Milan close to Morata — Gazzetta
Jose Mourinho admits Manchester United are unlikely to sign Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata this summer. We worked with Gigio's willingness, and that of his family.
Gatwick runway closed after burst tyre
Gatwick Airport says an Air Canada flight to Toronto had to return to Gatwick after experiencing the burst tyre. It returned to Gatwick just under an hour later, triggering disruption to operations.
Jay-Z Snags His 14th No. Album with '4:44'
The album, Jay-Z's first in four years, won favorable reviews and marked growing introspection from the 47-year-old rapper. Ever since Vol. 2.Hard Knock Life which came out in 1998, every one of Hov's solo efforts have reached the top spot.
Major cyber attack could cost global economies £40 billion
The WannaCry ransomware attack that spread across the globe back in May is estimated to have had an economic impact of $8 billion. Where people are involved, risk changes quite rapidly, Maynard said, from cyberattacks to terrorism and political risk.