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The U.S. reported more than 25,000 deaths in July related to the novel coronavirus, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, a grim milestone for the country as it seeks to stem a rising number of cases.

The country saw 1.87 million new cases of the virus last month — an increase of nearly 70 percent — bringing the total number of cases during the pandemic to just over 4.

5 million.

More than 150,000 people in the U.S. have died due to the virus, according to Johns Hopkins.

Several states in particular – Florida, California and Texas – saw massive jumps in their number of cases in July, as governors across the country pulled back from reopening plans or implemented new restrictions.

The Sunshine State saw more than 310,000 new cases in July, while Texas and California both had more than 260,000 new infections, according to a tally from Reuters.

The wire service found that cases more than doubled in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia.

In mid-July, the U.S. shattered global daily records, reporting over 77,000 new cases on July 16.

On Thursday, the federal government reported that the country's GDP has shrunk by an adjusted annualized rate of 32.9 in the second quarter, the largest single-quarter drop in economic growth since the federal government has been reporting quarterly data.

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Blaise Matuidi officially leaves Juventus, as announced by the Turin club.

“Grinta, heart, courage: thank you, Blaise Matuidi“. The Juventus wanted to pay tribute to the French midfielder with a compilation of some of his goals, via a tweet on Wednesday afternoon. The termination of the 33-year-old’s contract has indeed been enacted and the 2018 world champion is free to sign at Inter Miami, David Beckham’s MLS club.

Grinta, cuore, coraggio: thank you, @MatuidiBlaise! ⁰⁰ ❤ pic.twitter.com/BWVNN023eZ

– JuventusFC (# Stron9er ????????????????????????????????????) (@juventusfc) August 12, 2020

“To have been a member of the Juventus family is a dream come true, an honor. I discovered an incredible institution, teammates who have become more than that. I will always remain your number 1 fan, or rather number 14. Thank you, really ”, launched the former PSG player on Twitter. He won 3 Italian league titles as well as an Italian Cup, for a personal record of 98 matches, 8 goals and 5 assists.

To have been a member of the @juventusfc family is a dream come true, an honor. I discovered an incredible institution, teammates who have become more than that. I will always remain your number 1 fan, or rather number 14 ???????? Thank you, really ???????? # FinoAllaFine pic.twitter.com/xGEURvBB7i

– Blaise Matuidi (@MATUIDIBlaise) August 12, 2020

In his reflection to go into exile in the United States, “Blaisou” obviously did not mention his choice with Didier Deschamps, his coach with the Blues, one year before Euro “2020”.

As announced… it’s finally official for Blaise #Matuidi who is leaving @juventusfc to join @InterMiamiCF

NB: his future in EDF was never discussed with the coach.
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– Abdellah Boulma (@abdellahboulma) August 12, 2020

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Bernardo Silva (Man City)

FC Barcelona would be interested in the Portuguese international (26 years) of the Citizens, according to the Telegraph. The attacking midfielder revealed to AS Monaco, who has played less this season, will he ask for his departure? In any case, winger Ferran Torres has already reinforced Pep Guardiola’s team!

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André Villas-Boas (OM)

After recruiting Pape Gueye and Leonardo Balerdi himself, André Villas-Boas expects from Pablo Longoria, the new sports director of OM, two other reinforcements: a left side who will act as a lining for Jordan Amavi and a versatile striker.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic (AC Milan)

After his 7-month freelance with the Rossoneri, the Swedish veteran (38) could well continue the adventure in Lombardy, as his trainer Stefano Pioli hopes. Final answer in the coming days?

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Blaise Matuidi (Juventus)

After 3 years at Juventus, the 2018 world champion should terminate his contract with the Old Lady to live a hell of a American dream: “Blaisou” will join Inter Miami, the MLS franchise of David Beckham.

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Marcelo Brozovic (Inter Milan)

In addition to eyeing strikers revealed in the Bundesliga like Luka Jovic and Sébastien Haller, Niko Kovac, the new coach of AS Monaco, dreams of attracting his Croatian compatriot who plays at Inter Milan, according to Calcio Mercato.

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Take Kubo (Real Madrid)

After a good season on loan in Mallorca, the young Japanese crack (19 years old) officially arrives in Villarreal. He will be loaned again by the Merengues until next year in order to gain strength.

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Francis Coquelin and Dani Parejo (Valencia)

Unai Emery, now at the head of Villarreal, has also set his sights on the two Valencia midfielders. The transfer of these two experienced players is reportedly 13 million euros. A nice double shot!

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Andrea Pirlo (Juventus)

The new Bianconeri coach has reportedly given a list of players to recruit this summer: Duvan Zapata or Arkadiusz Milik as the new number 9, as well as Isco or Sandro Tonali for the midfielder. To be continued…

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Paulo Dybala (Juventus)

At the same time, SportMediaset affirms that Real Madrid would have precisely “La Joya” in the viewfinder! The Casa Blanca does not have much money to spend in the next few months, however, and the Argentine left-hander would be very expensive!

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Kostas Tsimikas (Olympiakos)

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Jonathan David (La Gantoise)

Priority of Losc since the departure of Victor Osimhen, the powerful Canadian striker (20 years) should finally land! An agreement worth 30 million euros has been reached with the Ghent club.

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