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24 May 19
talkSPORT
Manchester United are ready to offer Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt a whopping £236,000-per-week deal to stave off interest from Barcelona, according to reports. The Catalan giants are reportedly the frontrunners to land the 19-year-old, who starred as the Dutch giants reached the Champions League semi-finals this season. Matthijs De Ligt’s future is yet to be resolved – with Manchester United not giving up hope of signing the Ajax skipper However, according to Spanish publication Sport, United are ready to fight off that interest by offering the talented youngster a contract worth £12.3million-a-year. United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to bolster his defensive ranks after a miserable season for the Red Devils, and views De Ligt as the ideal man to give his side a much-needed boost. This latest development comes after it emerged that discussions between Barcelona and De Ligt had hit a stumbling block. Barca met with De Ligt and his world renowned agent Mino Raiola last month, where they reportedly agreed a deal which satisfied all parties. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] However, Sport claim that the Ajax man is having second thoughts over the move, and is demanding a better financial package than is currently on the table. Bayern Munich and Juventus are among the other side mooted with an interest in De Ligt, whose preferred move is believed to be the Nou Camp. However, with negotiations over a transfer now hitting a sticking point, United are now in pole position to hijack that deal and pull off, what would be, one of the most impressive signings of the 2019 summer transfer window. [boxout headline=”LIVE ON talkSPORT” intro=”talkSPORT is your home of live football! Here’s what’s coming up on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2…”] England Women vs Denmark Women (Saturday, 1pm) – talkSPORT Newport County vs Tranmere (Saturday, 3pm) – talkSPORT Charlton vs Sunderland (Sunday, 3pm) – talkSPORT Aston Villa vs Derby County (Monday, 3pm) – talkSPORT Chelsea vs Arsenal (Wednesday May 29, 8pm) – talkSPORT England Women vs New Zealand Women (Saturday June 1, 1pm) – talkSPORT Tottenham vs Liverpool (Saturday June 1, 8pm) – talkSPORT [/boxout]
24 May 19
High Velocity Sport

Frank Lampard addresses Chelsea links and plans to discuss his future at Derby http://bit.ly/2Qn6NUr Derby County manager Frank Lampard has revealed plans to discuss his future at the club after the Championship play-off final. The Rams take on Aston Villa at Wembley with a place in the Premier League next season on the line. His […]

24 May 19
Ad Astra Weather Alerts

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24 May 19
Ad Astra Weather Alerts

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24 May 19
The Scottish Sun
HEARTS are 8/1 outsiders to deny Celtic a treble Treble inside 90 minutes but Craig Levein’s side can take it to extra-time and reward Hampden draw punters at 4/1. Neil Lennon started this season trying to beat Hearts as the Hibs manager and he ends it looking to seal another historic campaign for 4/11 favourites Celtic by beating his old club’s biggest rivals. Craig Levein and Neil Lennon with the Scottish Cup The ship was steadied after Brendan Rodgers’ departure to ensure an eighth title was won. Supporters are still split on whether Lennon should be handed the task of delivering the mystical 10 in a row. His Ibrox audition two weeks ago didn’t go to plan and last week’s visit by Hearts was one to get out of the way as quickly and cleanly as possible with the Hampden game the new Holy Grail. A sixth placed finish in the Premiership was not satisfactory for a Jambos support hungry for success but they’ve had their moments this season including a 1-0 win over Celtic at Tynecastle back in August. Kris Ajer holds off Craig Wighton Hoops victories were never in doubt in the clubs’ two meetings in October and November with Celtic winning 3-0 and 5-0 but both league games in 2019 have resulted in narrow 2-1 wins for Celtic. Remember, Hearts are way shorter than Watford were at Wembley last weekend. OK, the 14/1 Hornets were glad to hear the final whistle after a 6-0 trouncing but Celtic have to flick the switch after below par performances in their last two games and they’ll be more than worthy cup winners if they do that. I accept neither side showed their hand in last Sunday’s game at Celtic Park as baby punches were exchanged and a few kids were blooded ahead of next season. Hearts’ players and management have peaked once (against Hibs) since they beat Inverness to reach the final and everything has been geared to this game. Celtic are the best team by a mile on this season’s evidence but Hearts’ containment tactics could take the game into “anything goes” territory and could be capable of getting a draw at a value price. St Mirren vs Dundee United ROBBIE NEILSON talked a great game after the 0-0 draw in the first leg at Tannadice on Thursday night but St Mirren have the upper hand. Sunday’s return looks to be in the Buddies’ favour and they can win the match at a general 7/5. United are 9/5 chances with most firms to get the victory and secure promotion in 90 minutes but they huffed and puffed a fair bit on Thursday night and couldn’t muster the goal which would have made them favourites to progress. Danny Mullen in action for St Mirren That draw means St Mirren have now gone seven games unbeaten as they’ve found their feet at the end of an up-and-down season. I firmly believe now that they’re capable of winning and retaining their Premiership status. Late Tannadice substitute Danny Mullen looks a certain starter and a Gary MacKenzie marshalled defence can play its part in ensuring United have four derbies against city rivals Dundee in next season’s Championship. But United supporters would rather take on fellow Tayside rivals St Johnstone. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Aston Villa vs Derby County TWO McGinn brothers are in play-off action at St Mirren Park on Sunday and the third will be key to Aston Villa’s promotion hopes on Monday. Stephen and Paul can help get St Mirren over the line against Dundee United in Paisley and I strongly fancy John to be celebrating Villa’s return to the Premier League with a 90 minute success over Derby at 6/5. Rams manager Frank Lampard is being talked about for the Chelsea job and he’ll be a shoe-in for a personal promotion should he secure this one but while I tipped both clubs to get through, Villa look a class above. Charlton vs Sunderland JACK ROSS has lost one Wembley final already this season but the former St Mirren boss can lead his new club Sunderland back to the Championship by beating Charlton at the same venue. The Black Cats are 6/4 favourites to win the game without the need for extra-time and I fancy them to get the job done in 90 minutes after losing the Football League Trophy Final to Portsmouth on penalties in March. Victory over Portsmouth in the play-off semi-finals proved they’d got over that disappointment and Ross will long have had his eyes on the bigger prize of promotion. Newport County vs Tranmere Rovers NEWPORT and Tranmere go head-to-head in the first of the Wembley play-off finals and I’m taking Newport to progress to League One after finishing seventh in the bottom tier. County have disposed of fourth-placed Mansfield and must be much happier facing last year’s National League play-off winners Tranmere than the fifth top Forest Green side which Rovers disposed of in the semi-final. County are a best-priced 21/10 with Betfred and Skybet to win inside 90 minutes with a general 11/10 to win at any time available if you prefer a bit of insurance. 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24 May 19
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‘We looked at him’ Frank Lampard reveals the Aston Villa player he tried to sign Birmingham Live Aston Villa v Derby County: Who would you pick in a combined XI? BBC Sport Jack Grealish will cost ‘a lot of money’ if Aston Villa lose play-off final, says Smith The Guardian Aston Villa have this huge […]

24 May 19
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What’s on Where next Week Day Time Event Location Sat 25th to Mon 27th 10am to 5pm Derbyshire Open Arts – Lynn Comley   – Ruby Hickmott   Stubley House, Creamery Lane 4 Church Walk Sun 26th 2pm Parwich Crown Green Bowls Round Robin Parson’s Croft Sun 26th 9.30am Mattins Parwich Church Sun 26th 11.15am […]

24 May 19
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Manchester United has reportedly been linked with RB Leipzig central defender Ibrahima Konaté according to reports. Euro United, translated by Sport Witness has linked the 19-year-old French youth international with United, Liverpool and Arsenal ahead of the busy summer transfer window. All three teams will need some strengthening in the central defensive ranks, although United […]

24 May 19
FootballMind

Max Lowe, 22 spent the 2018/19 season on loan at Aberdeen from English club Derby County, the left back impressed in Scotland with many raving about the young man. Numerous stellar performances at Aberdeen won Lowe the players’ player of the year award against the likes of, Sam Cosgrove, Lewis Ferguson and Gary Mackay-Stevens. In […]

24 May 19
Local Councils from Thorncliffe

The latest updates on local electoral information are as follows. Neath Port Talbot: The byelection in Resolven division held on 23 May was won by Dean Lewis. Independent gain from Labour. Tendring: The postponed election in St Osyth ward held on 23 May was won by Michael Talbot and John White, who both stood as […]

24 May 19
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24 May 19
The Scottish Sun
FRANK LAMPARD says he will discuss his future with Derby County owner Mel Morris after Monday’s Play-off final against Aston Villa at Wembley – amid growing speculation he is set to replace Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea manager. However the 40-year-old promised anxious Derby fans he will not let the rumours affect him or wreck the Rams dream of winning promotion to the Premier League on Monday. Frank Lampard will hold talks with Derby after Monday’s play-off final Chelsea legend Lamps is 90 minutes away from capping a stunning debut season in management by leading Derby back to the Premier League after 11 years in the Championship. That meteoric rise has led to speculation Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich’s has installed Lampard his No.1 choice to replace Sarri at Stamford Bridge after Wednesday night’s Europa League final. Speaking for the first time about the mounting speculation Lamps said: “Firstly I find it quite difficult because they (Chelsea) have a game coming up – more importantly for me we have a game coming up before that. “Also they have a manager in Sarri who is trying to get them to win that final. “It’s been a bit of an obvious link all season. If I say it’s maybe because of where we’re at – in the final – and we’re being talked about and we’ve had a good year and then I get linked because of my 13 years at the club, then I understand the link. LAMPARD WILL TALK TO DERBY NEXT WEEK “But in terms of how I’m seeing it, I don’t want to think about it, I don’t want to talk about it. “I want to talk about Monday, I want to work with the team and get this over the line for us. “We’ve got a really difficult game coming up so it is what it is, to be fair. But that’s my absolute standpoint on it. My focus is on us on Monday.” “I’ve got two years left on my contract here and I see no further forward than Monday.” However once Derby’s season ends on the full-time whistle at Wembley, Lampard is scheduled for crucial talks with Rams owner Mel Morris about his future ambitions. Lamps said: “I will sit down with Mel after the game which was planned before all this talk anyway, to see firstly what the result was on Monday because that’s going to define how we chat. “And to see where the club goes forward. It’s as simple as that. “I can tell straight away to the Derby fans my focus all year has been how well I can do in this job because this club gave me an opportunity. This is how the Blues could line-up next season with their ex-midfielder in charge LAMPARD FOCUS IS ON PLAY-OFF FINAL “And I want to finish that this season as well as I can. That’s why my focus is so much on this game and I’m thankful for that opportunity.” Lampard played 649 games during 13 years at Stamford Bridge and was asked if he could ever turn his old club down if they came calling. “I’m not going to answer that question because it’s a headline,” he said. “As I say, when I started out in management people say you must want to be Chelsea manager. It’s an easy link. “My dream was to do as well as I can, day in, day out, to try and be successful. I can’t call that one. “Those things happen or they don’t, or whatever. My focus is completely on the here and now.” Morris claims ther has been no approach from Chelse for the rookie boss, but admits Lampard could return to Stanford Bridge as manager one day. he said: “I’m sure Chelsea and Frank will re-unite at some point, and if that ever happened, you’d understand because that’s his club. [article-rail-topic title=”Latest Chelsea News” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”6″ /] “It’s inevitable Frank will be linked with the Chelsea job, and maybe one day that will happen. “But Chelsea are a very professional club, they have a huge game next week, huge in financial terms for the club but also in terms of achievement if they can win that final. “Frank has done a phenomenal job here, so it’s no surprise if a number of clubs are looking at him and thinking he could maybe do a great job for us one day. I’m not surprised by that, it’s a compliment to Frank.” Derby chief Mel Morris will not stand in Lampard’s way if Chelsea come calling
24 May 19
The Irish Sun
FRANK LAMPARD says he will discuss his future with Derby County owner Mel Morris after Monday’s Play-off final against Aston Villa at Wembley – amid growing speculation he is set to replace Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea manager. However the 40-year-old promised anxious Derby fans he will not let the rumours affect him or wreck the Rams dream of winning promotion to the Premier League on Monday. Frank Lampard will hold talks with Derby after Monday’s play-off final Chelsea legend Lamps is 90 minutes away from capping a stunning debut season in management by leading Derby back to the Premier League after 11 years in the Championship. That meteoric rise has led to speculation Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich’s has installed Lampard his No.1 choice to replace Sarri at Stamford Bridge after Wednesday night’s Europa League final. Speaking for the first time about the mounting speculation Lamps said: “Firstly I find it quite difficult because they (Chelsea) have a game coming up – more importantly for me we have a game coming up before that. “Also they have a manager in Sarri who is trying to get them to win that final. “It’s been a bit of an obvious link all season. If I say it’s maybe because of where we’re at – in the final – and we’re being talked about and we’ve had a good year and then I get linked because of my 13 years at the club, then I understand the link. LAMPARD WILL TALK TO DERBY NEXT WEEK “But in terms of how I’m seeing it, I don’t want to think about it, I don’t want to talk about it. “I want to talk about Monday, I want to work with the team and get this over the line for us. “We’ve got a really difficult game coming up so it is what it is, to be fair. But that’s my absolute standpoint on it. My focus is on us on Monday.” “I’ve got two years left on my contract here and I see no further forward than Monday.” However once Derby’s season ends on the full-time whistle at Wembley, Lampard is scheduled for crucial talks with Rams owner Mel Morris about his future ambitions. Lamps said: “I will sit down with Mel after the game which was planned before all this talk anyway, to see firstly what the result was on Monday because that’s going to define how we chat. “And to see where the club goes forward. It’s as simple as that. “I can tell straight away to the Derby fans my focus all year has been how well I can do in this job because this club gave me an opportunity. This is how the Blues could line-up next season with their ex-midfielder in charge LAMPARD FOCUS IS ON PLAY-OFF FINAL “And I want to finish that this season as well as I can. That’s why my focus is so much on this game and I’m thankful for that opportunity.” Lampard played 649 games during 13 years at Stamford Bridge and was asked if he could ever turn his old club down if they came calling. “I’m not going to answer that question because it’s a headline,” he said. “As I say, when I started out in management people say you must want to be Chelsea manager. It’s an easy link. “My dream was to do as well as I can, day in, day out, to try and be successful. I can’t call that one. “Those things happen or they don’t, or whatever. My focus is completely on the here and now.” Morris claims ther has been no approach from Chelse for the rookie boss, but admits Lampard could return to Stanford Bridge as manager one day. he said: “I’m sure Chelsea and Frank will re-unite at some point, and if that ever happened, you’d understand because that’s his club. [article-rail-topic title=”Latest Chelsea News” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”6″ /] “It’s inevitable Frank will be linked with the Chelsea job, and maybe one day that will happen. “But Chelsea are a very professional club, they have a huge game next week, huge in financial terms for the club but also in terms of achievement if they can win that final. “Frank has done a phenomenal job here, so it’s no surprise if a number of clubs are looking at him and thinking he could maybe do a great job for us one day. I’m not surprised by that, it’s a compliment to Frank.” Derby chief Mel Morris will not stand in Lampard’s way if Chelsea come calling
24 May 19
The Sun
FRANK LAMPARD says he will discuss his future with Derby County owner Mel Morris after Monday’s Play-off final against Aston Villa at Wembley – amid growing speculation he is set to replace Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea manager. However the 40-year-old promised anxious Derby fans he will not let the rumours affect him or wreck the Rams dream of winning promotion to the Premier League on Monday. Frank Lampard will hold talks with Derby after Monday’s play-off final Chelsea legend Lamps is 90 minutes away from capping a stunning debut season in management by leading Derby back to the Premier League after 11 years in the Championship. That meteoric rise has led to speculation Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich’s has installed Lampard his No.1 choice to replace Sarri at Stamford Bridge after Wednesday night’s Europa League final. Speaking for the first time about the mounting speculation Lamps said: “Firstly I find it quite difficult because they (Chelsea) have a game coming up – more importantly for me we have a game coming up before that. “Also they have a manager in Sarri who is trying to get them to win that final. “It’s been a bit of an obvious link all season. If I say it’s maybe because of where we’re at – in the final – and we’re being talked about and we’ve had a good year and then I get linked because of my 13 years at the club, then I understand the link. LAMPARD WILL TALK TO DERBY NEXT WEEK “But in terms of how I’m seeing it, I don’t want to think about it, I don’t want to talk about it. “I want to talk about Monday, I want to work with the team and get this over the line for us. “We’ve got a really difficult game coming up so it is what it is, to be fair. But that’s my absolute standpoint on it. My focus is on us on Monday.” “I’ve got two years left on my contract here and I see no further forward than Monday.” However once Derby’s season ends on the full-time whistle at Wembley, Lampard is scheduled for crucial talks with Rams owner Mel Morris about his future ambitions. Lamps said: “I will sit down with Mel after the game which was planned before all this talk anyway, to see firstly what the result was on Monday because that’s going to define how we chat. “And to see where the club goes forward. It’s as simple as that. “I can tell straight away to the Derby fans my focus all year has been how well I can do in this job because this club gave me an opportunity. This is how the Blues could line-up next season with their ex-midfielder in charge LAMPARD FOCUS IS ON PLAY-OFF FINAL “And I want to finish that this season as well as I can. That’s why my focus is so much on this game and I’m thankful for that opportunity.” Lampard played 649 games during 13 years at Stamford Bridge and was asked if he could ever turn his old club down if they came calling. “I’m not going to answer that question because it’s a headline,” he said. “As I say, when I started out in management people say you must want to be Chelsea manager. It’s an easy link. “My dream was to do as well as I can, day in, day out, to try and be successful. I can’t call that one. “Those things happen or they don’t, or whatever. My focus is completely on the here and now.” Morris claims ther has been no approach from Chelse for the rookie boss, but admits Lampard could return to Stanford Bridge as manager one day. he said: “I’m sure Chelsea and Frank will re-unite at some point, and if that ever happened, you’d understand because that’s his club. [article-rail-topic title=”Latest Chelsea News” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”6″ /] “It’s inevitable Frank will be linked with the Chelsea job, and maybe one day that will happen. “But Chelsea are a very professional club, they have a huge game next week, huge in financial terms for the club but also in terms of achievement if they can win that final. “Frank has done a phenomenal job here, so it’s no surprise if a number of clubs are looking at him and thinking he could maybe do a great job for us one day. I’m not surprised by that, it’s a compliment to Frank.” Derby chief Mel Morris will not stand in Lampard’s way if Chelsea come calling
24 May 19
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