United could put 80 million to take Saúl

first_imgUnited is behind Saúl because he senses that Pogba could leave. The midfielder is a player that pleases both Real Madrid and Juventus. At United, the general opinion is that Saúl is at the best moment of his sports career, he is the ideal age and would fit perfectly into English football.At Atlético it is a vital piece for Simeone. Proof of this is that he has played 37 of the 38 matches disputed so far. Only the match against Granada was lost due to accumulation of warnings. Either as a midfielder or a winger, Simeone has one of his regular players in Saúl. Saúl is the object of desire of the Premier. The Atlético midfielder, who turns 26 in November, is one of the most desired players by English clubs. Manchester United seems determined to take over the services of the player from the Atletico team, whose clause is 150 million euros. Sources close to the English entity assure that Manchester United would never reach that figure or even come close, since it is an economic amount that they consider disproportionate.At United they would be willing to reach a figure of around 80 million euros, more or less half the price of its clause. Saúl has a contract with the Madrid club until June 2026 and is in talks with Atlético to improve his contract. It is not the best time for this and it seems complicated that in this general crisis in football, the Atletico leaders can sign contracts on the rise.last_img read more

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TIE 2015 opens with record numbers

first_imgTIE 2015 opens with record numbersMarking the second anniversary of The Travel Industry Exhibition, the show floors were abuzz today with travel professionals impressed with the large and diverse range of suppliers both new and well-known to the Australian market.In spite of the rainy start to the day, TIE had a great turn out in visitor numbers and with over 120 exhibiting companies from across the globe, there was plenty of new conversation to be had.Exhibitors launched new and innovative travel products and services and ran competitions which saw a number of enviable prize giveaways.Seminars were packed out with highlights including a captivating panel of bloggers led by PR expert Prue MacSween delivering practical blogging tips and tools to an eager audience, Twitter know-how with Holly Galbraith and crucial insights with Facebook into successful travel brands and how they utilise social platforms.Tomorrow’s program includes a crowd-drawing line up of speakers including TripAdvisor’s Jessica Quinlan, Brek Batley from the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAT) and Rick Myatt from AFTA.An engaging and informative series of destination highlights begin from 2pm tomorrow for those eager to build on their travel knowledge. View the program hereSource = Travel Industry Exhibitionlast_img read more

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