Napoli yet to finalise Osimhen’s paperwork, as Lille hire Burak as his replacement

first_img Promoted ContentHow They Made Little Simba Look So Lifelike in ‘The Lion King’The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreAmazing Ceilings From All Around The WorldWhat’s Up With All The Female Remakes?Why Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do This7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The WorldWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Most Overpowered Live Action Disney Characters6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueThe 90s Was A Fantastic Decade For Fans Of Action Movies But Napoli officials hope to conclude the whole process latest by Monday or Tuesday. In turn, Sportitalia also reported that Lille had already secured Burak Yilmaz as Osimhen’s replacement from Besiktas. Meanwhile, An intermediary agent in the Osimhen’s Napoli transfer has also confirmed that the deal has reached the final conclusion. Andrea D’Amico told Napoli’s official radio station that it was on the home stretch. “For now, there’s silence on negotiations until the white smoke,” D’Amico told Radio Kiss Kiss. “Something’s in the process of being finalised, but I can’t say any more than that.” The agent was then asked how many coaches Gennaro Gattuso ‘liked’ the Lille forward. “Very much, he likes all good players. The Giuntoli-Gattuso axis is making Napoli stronger and stronger. “The right step for the attacker is Napoli, not Liverpool.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… center_img Imminent transfer of Nigeria and Lille striker, Victor Moses to Napoli has reached the final phase as Serie A club officials put finishing touches to the player’s paperwork. Information frittered in from Italy indicates that Napoli are expected to finalise the details of the Osimhen’s transfer on Monday, with Orestis Karnezis potentially part of the deal with Lille. According to Sportitalia, Napoli confirmed that they were at the final stage of the contract paperwork for the 21-year-old striker. Despite the reports in France of a deal worth €81m, in Italy, they have never budged from the €60m mark and that does seem more realistic for Napoli. Lille are likely to also accept a player as part of the deal and reports pointed at the third-choice goalkeeper, Orestis Karnezis. The salary seems to have been agreed at a five-year contract worth €3.5m per season plus another €0.5m in bonuses. It had been confirmed that Osimhen passed his medical last Saturday in Rome, and the whole world has been waiting to see the player unveil as soon as possible. Initially, Friday(today) was fixed for the official unveiling of the player but the paperwork process seems to be moving on snail speed. read also:‘With consistency, hard work Osimhen could surpass world best players’last_img read more

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Jamaica welcomes University’s plan to develop global academy city

first_imgThe Jamaica government has welcomed plans by the University of the Commonwealth Caribbean (UCC) to develop a global academic city on lands at Caymanas Estate in St. Catherine, a parish in the south east of the island.State Minister for Education, Youth and Information, Floyd Green, delivering an address on behalf of Prime Minister Andrew Holness, described the decision as a “notable step in the right direction, which challenges the very core of how we traditionally see universities”.Holness said that the plan solidifies opportunity for innovative enterprise.“I am excited by the plans to develop this knowledge city and edu-tourism venture,” Holness said, adding that the “possibilities for new businesses and new career opportunities (will) make Jamaica a more attractive venue for off-shore education”.The new campus to be established on approximately 25 acres of land, will feature the Caribbean’s first Centre of Excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).In his own address to the ceremony on Thursday, Green urged universities to move “research outside of the halls of a university” and into government policy.He said the government has an “open door” approach and would use research posited by universities to influence policy.“Too many of our universities or tertiary institutions do extraordinarily good work; so many of our students are looking at the most critical problems that we face and have come up with solutions, but who knows about it… . Let us feed it into policy,” he said.The conference was held under the theme ‘Developing Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology for Global Competitiveness’.last_img read more

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