Solskjaer instructed to sell Man Utd trio to fund new signing

Manchester United are in the market for a new centre-back, but boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure to sell three players to free up funds for a new recruit
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LaLiga title heading to Madrid as Real hope for Atletico slip-up after FC Barcelona lose momentum
Two weeks ago, it looked like Atletico Madrid were crumbling under pressure in this thrilling LaLiga title race, but now they’re back in the box seat. Diego Simeone’s side have been fortunate that their rivals haven’t taken full advantage of points dropped, and now it’s back in their hands to complete the job.
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EastEnders star Stevie Basaula: It’s time to ditch unhealthy attitudes to mental health like “man up”
'More needs to be done, there is so much stigma around mental health, especially with men.'
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Raphael Varane transfer could help Manchester United defender
Real Madrid are open to selling World Cup winner Raphael Varane to Manchester United during the summer transfer window
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FBI warns against uploading pictures of Covid vaccine cards and illegal sale of fakes
Bureau cites danger of identity theft and threat to public safety
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DarkSide hacking group shuts down after fuel pipeline attack, report says
The DarkSide hacking group blamed for the Colonial Pipeline ransomwear attack is shutting down its operations, a report says.
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Uncertainty over Harry Kane future affecting Tottenham manager search, says Paul Merson
The uncertainty over Harry Kane's future at Tottenham will be affecting the club's search for a new manager, claims Paul Merson.
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Teenage Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson watches his late dad wrestling in amazing childhood video
Looking at his future!
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Urban Decay’s latest collection is in collaboration with Prince
The range will be available to shop online from 27 May
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Turkish Grand Prix cancelled as coronavirus causes changes to F1 calendar
Formula One has announced the cancellation of next month’s Turkish Grand Prix.
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‘Why?’ Friends fans react to news James Corden will be among reunion special guests
Presenter has developed a reputation for scoring cameo roles in major film and TV projects, which not everyone enjoys
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HMS Victory’s main lower mast removed for first time in nearly 130 years
A three-day operation is needed for essential conservation work on Nelson’s flagship.
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Turkish tourism video sparks outcry, unequal treatment claim
A video promoting tourism in Turkey amid the pandemic has caused an uproar on social media for showing tourism employees wearing masks that read “Enjoy, I’m vaccinated.”
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Beauty salon develops first microchip manicure
Nour Makarem, who is the founder of Lanour Beauty Lounge in Dubai, has developed a microchip that can embed information on your fingernail. She says over 500 customers have had 'smart nails'.
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England has more Blue Flag beaches than Cyprus
A total of 77 beaches awarded distinction
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Manchester United could include Jesse Lingard in bid to sign Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund
Dortmund are interested in one of United's out-on-loan stars.
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Scotland NHS staff to get 4% pay boost
Unions welcomed the salary boost, which will benefit around 154,000 healthcare staff.
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EXPLAINER: Why is Gaza almost always mired in conflict?
The Gaza Strip has been pounded by hundreds of Israeli strikes from sea, land and air this week, while the enclave’s militant Hamas rulers have fired hundreds of rockets into Israel
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Suspect in killing of Yale grad student arrested in Alabama
U.S. marshals say a fugitive wanted in the killing of a Yale graduate student in Connecticut in February has been arrested Friday in Alabama
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A funfair ride to the end of the world: Heather Phillipson: Rupture No 1 review
Tate Britain, LondonResistance is futile in the sumptuous colours of Phillipson’s entertaining apocalypse, filled with colossal metal creatures, agitated animal eyes and a giant celestial peachAnimal cries, a howling wind, the distant calls of a flock of swans and a gurgling of buffalo at the water hole fill the length of the Duveen Galleries at Tate Britain. Heather Phillipson is at it again in her delayed 2021 Duveen commission, opening, along with the rest of the gallery, on Monday. A funfair ride to the end of the world, Rupture No 1: blowtorching the bitten peach (Phillipson’s titles are always a bit of a stretch) takes on eco-doom and nature up against it in a trashed world, ourselves, beset by pandemic, included. Her aesthetic is post-industrial, post-disaster, post-everything; part Mad Max, part video game, part excised scenes from Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, redone in glowing Technicolor. Filled with alarms, and fun for all the family, this three-part installation, her biggest work in the UK to date, is the most complex Duveen commission I’ve seen. You can’t but help let it suck you in.To begin with, the eyes grab you. They know you’re here. A pink tongue licks an alien lizard pupil. Eye of tiger and eye of wolf, zebra eyes, swivelling chameleon eyes and bright monkey eyes, jostling and blinking and swerving on a procession of flat screens that lean this way and that, wedged into the mound of sand that runs down the middle of the gallery, each screen like a tilting tombstone. It is a kind of Noah’s ark as much as a Gulch City graveyard; there are even funnels, broadcasting the sound of a flooded world. Beached on the gallery floor, this imaginary vessel is drenched in a red glow of ambient lighting. Continue reading...
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Ramadan drives donations, memberships to giving circles
As Muslims mark the end of Ramadan with a celebration of Eid al-Fitr, the American Muslim Community Foundation reached a new record
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Jaden Smith is opening a vegan restaurant for homeless people after I Love You food truck success
The restaurant will offer free meals for those in need.
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Mum defends sending daughter to school dressed as 'basic bi**h' for culture day
Sharlie Darling received a call from a concerned teacher after sending her five-year-old daughter to school in a pair of Uggs and leggings, with an empty Starbucks cup to carry about
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Is Rihanna finally releasing her first album in five years? Music video plans suggest so
R9 might finally - truly - be on the way, people.
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Darren Till backed to become UFC middleweight champion despite injury woes
Mike Grundy and Till have trained together for years in the UK, and the pair shared a card in both of Grundy's fights with the promotion to date
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Why China investment in Inter brings urgent need to scrutinise owners | Barney Ronay
As the Italian parliament debates whether Italy should formally recognise that China is guilty of genocide on its Uyghur citizens, the Chinese state is a part-owner of the Scudetto championsYou might think Liverpool have had an underwhelming Premier League title defence. The mid-season collapse. The failed attempt to join a Super League. The strangely maudlin video address from the club’s owner, delivered in the style of a baffled senior executive apologising for an involuntary bladder malfunction at the company golf day. None of this is ideal.But spare a thought for the reigning Chinese Super League champions, Jiangsu FC, who are nowhere to be seen four games into the new season. Continue reading...
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Coroner says hospital neglect contributed to sepsis death of model, 20, after appendix operation
Chloe Rideout, 20, died following treatment at Derriford Hospital in Plymouth, Devon, in October 2018.
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Glasgow and Moray to remain in higher level of coronavirus restrictions
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the rest of the mainland will move down to Level 2 as planned on Monday.
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A West Virginia county ravaged by the opioid crisis is having its day in court
Drug companies sent more than 100 million doses of opioid pills into one county over an eight-year span. That community is suing the distributors for $2bn, Richard Hall writes
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Boris Johnson holds Brexit talks with Irish counterpart Micheal Martin at Chequers
The two leaders had a working lunch at the PM's country retreat amid ongoing problems with the Northern Ireland Porotcol set up in December's agreement with the EU.
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Glee's Lea Michele accused of kicking shoe at fashion director during photoshoot
Lea Michele's former co-stars have claimed she's difficult to work with, and now there's a new bombshell revelation from 2013 about her alleged diva behaviour
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Premier League Golden Boot state of play heading into final weeks of season
Manchester City may have run away with the title but Pep Guardiola's striker-less system has left the Golden Boot race open to rival players with two familiar candidates at the front of the pack
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Kardashians reveal mystery behind Nori's Black Book
Fans were tickled by a big reveal on Thursday night's “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”
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Premier League Player of the Year 2021: Our writers pick their standout football of the season
As the 2020-21 Premier League season nears its conclusion, debate is turning to who has been the standout individual performer and deserves to win the Player of the Year award.
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The Leader Podcast| How dangerous is the Indian Covid variant?
Deputy Political editor Nicholas Cecil joins the show as it’s confirmed four people in the UK who had the Indian variant of Covid-19 have since died.
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Edwin Poots elected as new DUP leader
Mr Poots was vying with Sir Jeffrey Donaldson to replace Arlene Foster in the first contested leadership election in the party’s 50 year history.
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Chilling 999 call made as devoted dad lay dying in his flat
Hubert Kacperek, 41, died after being stabbed in the chest.
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Crash-for-crash boxer ‘Kevin Heartbreak’ jailed for scam with reality TV star
A boxer calling himself Kevin Heartbreak who splashed out of a lavish lifestyle with the profits of a ‘cash-for-crash’ fraud has been jailed for four years.
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Former Labour MP admits wanting sexual relationship with parliamentary worker
Mike Hill is accused of a campaign of sexual harassment and bullying against the woman.
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Conservative group denies it hired female spies to root out ‘deep state’ in Trump administration
Former Survivor contestant named as operative refutes accusations
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Doctor admits fraud after faking PCR Covid-19 test certificate to fly abroad
A doctor was caught trying to fly out of the UK with a fake Covid-19 test certificate, a court heard today.
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Once this violence in Israel and Gaza ends, there should be no return to 'normal' | Jonathan Freedland
The cycle of bloodshed will repeat, so long as the status quo remains comfortable for everyone except ordinary PalestiniansIf Groundhog Day were a horror movie, it would look like this. The deadly violence shaking the Middle East – Israeli airstrikes on Gaza, Hamas rocket attacks on Israel – seems to play out the same way, again and again, as if on some macabre repeat cycle. We saw it in 2009 and we saw it again in 2014. Each element is familiar: the lopsided death toll, Palestinian deaths outnumbering Israeli ones; the pictures of flattened buildings; the tears of the bereaved. And outside the region, the same armies of keyboard warriors, each parroting the talking points of their side, insistent that only their own pain counts, blind to the losses of the other. Related: The violence that began at Jerusalem’s ancient holy sites is driven by a distinctly modern zeal | Yair Wallach Continue reading...
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Another 17 people die with Covid as 36,000,000 now have first jab
A further 2,193 coronavirus cases have been recorded across the country.
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Martin Bashir leaves BBC amid investigation into Diana interview
Martin Bashir today stepped down as the BBC’s religion editor amid an investigation into his famous interview with Princess Diana.
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Liam Gallagher hoping to travel to Portugal after Champions League final moved from Turkey
The former Oasis frontman is a Manchester City fan.
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More than 700,000 families in the UK forced to use a foodbank, figures show
Charity the Trussell Trust said hunger in the UK is not about food but about people not having enough money for the basics, such as energy, water, council tax, food, and other essentials
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DAN WOOTTON: Charles hoped William and Kate's aide quitting would entice Harry back
DAN WOOTTON: Prince Harry's attack on his dad's parenting ability has royal watchers speculating that relations between Charles and the Sussexes have hit rock bottom.
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Edinson Cavani launches into scathing rant against VAR and European Super League
Edinson Cavani has voiced his frustrations with the lengthy waiting times for VAR to make decisions, while he also hit out at the doomed European Super League proposals
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