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Paul Pogba: Midfielder to be paid £220000 per week at Manchester United

If United does sign him, it would be the biggest transfer in years and the most expensive all time. For weeks now, speculation has surrounded a move for Juventus star Paul Pogba. Pogba had also been linked with the likes of Real, but they were priced out of a move and the France worldwide was happy to leave Juventus after weighing up his options.


I'm not as big as Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Henrik Stenson

I'm not as big as Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Henrik Stenson

As he reflected upon what had happened in Troon last weekend there was no sign of envy from Jesper Parnevik , who suffered two narrow defeats in Open Championships played on the Ayrshire coast, but there was some satisfaction at knowing that he might have helped from afar by tweeting his support.



Henrik Stenson's British Open win means his caddie has to quit smoking

They traded birdies at No. 10, but Stenson fell into a tie when he bogeyed 11 with a three-putt. It turned into the most entertaining final round I've ever watched. All of that after overcoming a bogey on the first hole of the day. It was the second time that Mickelson posted the lowest score in any major, only for someone else to go lower.



Pogba tells Juve he wants to 'leave for Man United'

In case United shell out the big amount, Juventus would get 100 million euros ($110 million) while Pogba and his agent would lay their hands on the rest 25 million euros ($27.5 million). This already proved too much for Real Madrid, a team Pogba expressed a preference over Man United for, and it seems only Man United is still in the running if it is willing to cough up the money.


Kashmir: Curfew, shutdown continue for 13th day in the Valley

Kashmir: Curfew, shutdown continue for 13th day in the Valley

For the current unrest, the Congress leader blamed a number of reasons including BJP's participation in government with PDP in the state, provocative statements made by some leaders of BJP and RSS besides Pakistan, "whose existence is the root cause of all problems".



Chris Froome extends lead on Tour de France

Stage 13 only went ahead after emergency talks between race organisers and local police in the aftermath of the Nice atrocity, and Tour director Christian Prudhomme said: "We asked questions of ourselves but we think, in agreement with state authorities, that the race should continue".