Aug 01, 2020
Transfers: Todays transfer market, live: Koulibaly already has a price, the Bara finds no way out for Neto and much more
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Transfer market: Koulibaly and Neto are the protagonists of today
8:45 The Wolves they have an eye in Portugal in case Ral Jimnez ends up going somewhere else. According to RTP (Radio and Television of Portugal), the English have already well advanced the signing of Paulinho, forward of SC Braga.The agreement could be closed around the 30 million euros, although there is still no official announcement.
The signing of Paulinho, 27, would fit in with the club’s intention (to replace Jimnez’s goals with more goals) and also in the squad, which already has several Portuguese soccer players such as Rui Patricio, Rubn Vinagre, Joao Moutinho or the coach, an old acquaintance of LaLiga, Nuno Esprito Santo.
8:20 He Naples he has never been an easy negotiator. In recent years, players like Higuan, Cavani, Jorginho or Lavezzi have left the club and all their transfers coincide in one thing: the guidelines of the negotiation have led them Aurelio de Laurentiis. The president of the Neapolitan club now speaks to Sky Italia about the interest of Manchester United in Koulibaly: “Everything has a place and an hour, even when we talk about separating our paths. That s, at the moment we do not have 90 million euros on the table and in any case, it will take two to separate.”
In this way, de Laurentiis makes it clear to Manchester United that he is going to have to scratch his pocket a lot if he wants to take the center back and that, in addition, he must also convince him.
8:00 The change of cards made between Barcelona and Valencia last summer it seems like it’s complicating that Net find offers in this market. Cillesen I left the Bara to join the ch team and by it came Net Murara, in an operation in which Valencia paid 35 million euros and 26 culs. Well, according to Sport, the appraisal that Neto underwent in its day, together with the very little visibility it has had during this season, that the Brazilian does not have offers to leave Can Bara, despite the fact that the club’s intention is to let him go and that his place was taken by Iaki Oea, current goalkeeper of B.
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Four times as many Londoners have had Covid compared to Cornwall residents, study finds
FOUR times as many Londoners have had Covid compared to Cornwall residents, according to the largest study of its kind.
Imperial College London research shows one in eight of those living in the capital have been infected since the start of the pandemic.
⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates3Research found that one in eight Londoners have been infected with Covid-19 since the start of the pandemicCredit: AFP - Getty
It compares with fewer than one in 33 people in South-West.
More than 100,000 volunteers used antibody home-testing kits to track the spread of the virus.
The findings suggest six per cent of people in England – around 3.4 million people – have already had the bug.
It is more than ten times higher than the 314,000 Brits who have so far tested positive for coronavirus.
Researchers said some minority groups were much more likely to have been infected.
The study found 17 per cent of black and 12 per cent of Asian volunteers had antibodies against the virus – compared to just five per cent of white participants.
Care workers were also more likely to have been infected than the general population, with 16 per cent having had the bug.
And 12 per cent of frontline NHS staff also tested positive for antibodies, compared to just five per cent of people who were not key workers.
Lead researcher Professor Graham Cooke said the number of Brits exposed to Covid remains relatively small.3
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He said: "Clearly the numbers are still very big and that explains the high levels of mortality we've seen, but as a proportion of the overall population it's still relatively small, except in some groups where the prevalence is higher such as for people of Asian and black ethnicity.
"But obviously it means that if we had relaxation of the lockdown completely, we wouldn't have a very protected population so we would expect the virus to return and so I think that has implications for decisions that are made."
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