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Sead Kolasinac keen on Germany return as Schalke hold talks over move to bring back Arsenal left-back on loan

first_imgSead Kolasinac keen on Germany return as Schalke hold talks over move to bring back Arsenal left-back on loan Comment The left-back rose through the ranks at Schalke (Picture: Getty Images)According to Sky Sport Germany, the 27-year-old is not entirely happy in north London and would like to return to the Bundesliga.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTInitial negotiations have taken place over a potential loan move, in which Kolasinac’s wages would be split between the two clubs, however, his earnings are still proving to be a sticking point.The defender is on an annual salary of around €8 million (£7.2m) at Arsenal, while the German club are unwilling to offer anything above €2.5 million (£2.2m), meaning he would need to take a pay cut.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalElsewhere, Arsenal are set to complete the £27 million signing of Lille defender Gabriel Magalhaes.The Gunners have been embroiled in a battle with Napoli for his signature, but have now won the race, fending off late interest from Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain in the process.The Brazilian centre-back is in London for his medical ahead of the proposed move.MORE: Arsenal academy starlet poached by Leeds as Gunners sign Spurs youngsterMORE: Arsenal transfer target Philippe Coutinho speaks out on his future after winning Champions LeagueFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and InstagramFor more stories like this, check our sport page Metro Sport ReporterMonday 24 Aug 2020 7:05 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.9kShares Kolasinac has struggled to nail down the left-back spot (Picture: Getty Images)Schalke are in the initial stages of discussions with Arsenal over a move to bring left-back Sead Kolasinac back to the club, according to reports in Germany.The Bosnian made the switch from the Bundesliga outfit to the Emirates in 2017 on a free transfer, but has faced stiff competition for a place in the side over his three seasons at the club.With the signing of Kieran Tierney last summer and emergence of Bukayo Saka – who filled in for the two defenders at left-back – Kolasinac has been in and out of the team. Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

Local groups participate in ‘The 99th Annual Findlay Market Opening Day Parade’

first_imgCincinnati, Oh. — The 99th Annual Findlay Market Opening Day Parade is Monday, April 2. Elements will step at noon, and the weather looks to be fair.Some local groups participating are the East Central Dance Team, East Central Trojan Band & Guard, Lawrenceburg Marching Tigers, Jac Cen-Del Band , and South Dearborn High School Marching Band.last_img

Wiegman to succeed Neville as England coach

first_imgRelatedPosts Unknown Nigerian joins Swindon Town Tottenham’s Dier gets four-game ban for confronting fan Dele Alli gets one-match ban Sarina Wiegman will be the next head coach of England’s women’s national team, the Football Association has confirmed.The Netherlands coach, who was named The Best FIFA Women’s Coach in 2017 after leading the Dutch to the UEFA Women’s EURO title on home soil, will take charge as Phil Neville’s successor in September 2021. Wiegman’s first major tournament with the Lionesses will be another home Women’s EURO, although first she will lead the Netherlands into the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament in Tokyo.She said: “I’m delighted and honoured to join England Women next year. England is the cradle of football and the major developments in women’s football globally over recent years have been led by The FA. I’m very much looking forward to contributing my experience and expertise to this ambitious team.“The ride with the ‘Oranje Lionesses’ has been amazing so far, but we haven’t reached our final destination yet. There are two more goals: qualifying for the UEFA Women’s EURO in 2022 and challenging at the Olympics next summer. That would be a fitting completion for me of everything we’ve strived to achieve in women’s football in my home country.”Neville, meanwhile, will continue as England coach until July 2021, with a decision yet to be taken on who will coach Team GB at next year’s Olympics.The FA’s chief executive, Mark Bullingham, who will be involved in those talks, said of Wiegman’s appointment: “We are thrilled to have secured Sarina to lead the Lionesses until 2025. She was the outstanding candidate from a very strong field. Having won a home EURO in 2017 and leading the Netherlands to the final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup last year, she is a proven winner and we are confident she can take England to the next level, giving us the best possible opportunity of achieving our ambition to win a major tournament.” The FA’s director of women’s football, Sue Campbell, added: “It speaks volumes for the progress of England Women over recent years and the bold ambitions we have for the future that we had so many world-class candidates apply for the role.“Sarina was our number-one choice. She is the perfect cultural fit for us, which is crucially important in building a winning team. Her technical expertise, leadership skills and winning mentality is hugely impressive.“I am confident that together with our incredible support staff and ambitious, talented playing squad she can help us achieve the international success we are striving for.”Tags: FAPhil NevilleSarina WiegmanThe Best FIFA Women’s Coachlast_img read more

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