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Odell Beckham Jr. wants to be highest-paid player, 'period'

Odell Beckham Jr. wants to be highest-paid player, 'period'

It was already certain that this will be the final year Beckham comes cheap, with his rookie deal set to pay him (per Spotrac ) nearly $1.9 million in 2017 before jumping to $8,459,000 next year. Beckham could top that with his next contract. "But we certainly don't want to see him playing in another uniform". Needless to say, Beckham has no chance of being the highest-paid player in the league.


Antonio Conte praises Spurs striker Harry Kane

Antonio Conte praises Spurs striker Harry Kane

Voicing his opinion via Mirror , Conte said: "Sometimes I think the young players lose their patience very quickly - a lot of time because of parents or the people around them". However, Levy has said that he won't risk bankrupting the club to try to keep pace with the Premier League big-hitters. "Every team has to understand what their ambitions are", the Italian said.


CoA asks reason behind ruling out Rahul Johri from SGM

CoA asks reason behind ruling out Rahul Johri from SGM

Another area that concerns the BCCI is the distribution of power granted to the office bearers and the board's professional management, led by the CEO. On his part, Johri has all through ensured that SC orders are being carried out in toto and has also worked as a bridge between COA and BCCI. Both are above 70 years of age and do not qualify to be BCCI office-bearers as per the Lodha Committee recommendations.


Porsche quits Le Mans, heads to Formula E

Porsche quits Le Mans, heads to Formula E

Porsche's withdrawal leaves Toyota as the only major manufacturer set to compete in the LMP1 category in 2018. This realignment of motorsport activities for Porsche stems from the direction set out for the company in Porsche Strategy 2025, which will see Porsche develop a combination of pure GT vehicles and fully electric sports cars, such as the first fully electric Porsche model, based upon the Mission E concept auto.


Arsene Wenger: 'Alexis Sanchez, Shkodran Mustafi back in training this Sunday'

Arsene Wenger: 'Alexis Sanchez, Shkodran Mustafi back in training this Sunday'

Sanchez and Shkodran Mustafi are both behind most of their team-mates in their pre-season preparations after the pair's involvement in the Confederations Cup. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has accused clubs of tapping up his players, believing it to be a huge problem in football . "After, once you know where you stand, they need an adjusted programme and to see how quickly you can fit them in again".


Tottenham chief defends his club; Slams Premier League rivals

Tottenham chief defends his club; Slams Premier League rivals

Manchester United bought signed Romelu Lukaku from Everton for a reported 75 million pounds while Manchester city have splashed out in excess of 150 million on the likes of Walker and Monaco duo Benjamin Mendy and Bernardo Silva. Chelsea, meanwhile, have forked out £130m on striker Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid, defender Antonio Rudiger from Roma, and midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko from Monaco.