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Man Utd exodus to wipe £80m off ludicrous wage bill and help fund squad overhaul

Manchester United are aiming to wipe a whopping £80million off their annual wage bill this summer.That’s the amount the Old Trafford hierarchy plan to save by selling or releasing a mass of expensive, unwanted first-team talent. The arrival of new boss Erik ten Hag from Ajax means a significant overhaul and rebuild of a team battling to finish sixth in the Premier League.French midfielder Paul Pogba, on £275,000 a week, and Uruguayan hitman Edinson Cavani (£250,000) are the highest-paid Reds stars definitely departing.
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Arsenal fans convinced Gabriel Jesus transfer is near after star given new squad number
Arsenal fans love a good transfer window conspiracy theory and they've come up with another corker this week!Earlier this season Gunners hot-shot Gabriel Martinelli admitted he was eyeing up the No 14 shirt following the departure of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, but after news that the Brazilian will be wearing the No 11 shirt instead next season fans are convinced that the club are leaving it free for a brand new striker.Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus is being heavily linked with a switch to the Emirates this summer, and fans are already getting excited about the prospect of him filling Aubameyang's shoes - and his shirt!And with Alexander Lacazette set to leave on a free at the end of the season too, the No 9 shirt will also be available.Commenting on Martinelli's news, one fan tweeted: "9 and 14 for Jesus and another striker," while another posted: "Thought he was getting number 14 guess it’s going to a different Gabriel."A third fan said: "Hopefully, we fill the number 14 and 9 with special signings this summer."ARSENAL FANS - would you be happy with Gabriel Jesus leading the line for you next season? Let us know in the comments section belowThe Gunners have been desperate to add firepower to their squad ever since Aubameyang's sudden mid-season departure following a falling out with manager Mikel Arteta.They ambitiously tried to lure Dusan Vlahovic to the club in January before the Serbian joined Juventus, and had a late move for Real Sociedad's Alexander Isak turned down, but now their focus appears to have shifted to Jesus.The City forward has made an impressive 40 appearances in all competitions this season, but has failed to nail down a regular starting spot in Pep Guardiola's side despite the fact that he's the
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Piers Morgan slams Eurovision as a 'rigged farce' after Ukraine's incredible win
Piers Morgan has branded Eurovision a "rigged farce" after Ukraine won the 66th song contest on Saturday night.Ukraine's entry Kalush Orchestra stole the hearts of Europe on Saturday night (May 14), and won a whopping 631 points – of jury and viewer votes combined.Fans of the show were overjoyed when Ukraine took home the gong, as was TalkTV's Piers, although he couldn't resist a sly dig.Taking to Twitter he aired his views by penning: "The world’s most absurd, pointless, politically-motivated ‘contest’ excels itself."Ukraine could have sent one of its heroic bomb-sniffing dogs to bark the national anthem and still won."Happy for them, but please let’s stop calling #Eurovision a contest… it’s a rigged farce."Some of Pier's followers couldn't help but disagree with the controversial broadcaster, with many replying to his social media post."Oh so now we shouldn’t be showing solidarity for the Ukraine then? We all realise that the UK should have won but is that really important in the current climate? "Yes the competition is a farce and always has been but for once it was nice for us all to be on the same page," said one Twitter user.Another added: "See, this is what I don’t understand. The overwhelming majority of people who watched last night found it absolutely joyful.
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Serbia's Eurovision entry baffles fans as they sing about Meghan Markle's 'healthy hair'
Eurovision entry Konstrakta left fans completely baffled when they sung all about Meghan Markle's "healthy hair" during their performance.During the 66th Eurovision Song Contest final on Saturday night (May 14), Serbia's entry began with the lines: "What could be the secret of Meghan Markle's healthy hair?"Ana Đurić known professionally as Konstrakta performed the catchy track, where another line could be heard: "What could it be? I think it's all about deep hydration."Baffled fans were taken aback while tuning in from the comfort of their own homes, with many taking to Twitter to note what they had just heard.Not sure what they were hearing, one keen Eurovision viewer penned: "Is nobody going to mention Serbia's song about Meghan Markle's hair? I mean, WTF?" Another said: "Serbia get out, singing about Meghan Markle’s hair, that’s maddddd." "So random that Serbia's song was about Meghan Markle," echoed a third.While a fourth added: "The best part about Serbia’s song was name dropping Meghan Markle."Speaking about the track, popstar Ana Đurić said that the Duchess "isn't that important" in Serbia, adding: "but she’s representative of all those people in the media that we’re focused on."She hasn’t contacted me yet, but I’d like for her to hear it!"This is a song about the atmosphere in which we’re living, which has put health as the highest value."This comes after winners of the contest Kalush Ochestra, Ukraine's entry, stole the hearts of Europe Saturday night (May 14).Winning a whopping 631 points – of jury and viewer votes combined, fans of the show were overjoyed when Ukraine took home the gong.In a rare turn of events the United Kingdom's entry Sam Ryder came in second place with 466 points – marking a huge shift in
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BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty slammed for 'outrageous slur' in Eurovision chat
BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty has been accused of using a "slur" against Eurovision.On Friday's programme (May 13), she starred alongside co-host Charlie Stayt and both chatted to Eurovision correspondent David Sillito.During the segment, Naga and Charlie both revealed that they don't think UK entrant Sam Ryder will win, but think he will do well.Talking to David via video link, Naga put a rather controversial question to him on air.Naha asked: "That was our speculation about how the voting would go, and I would not say it's a fair process always, would you?"David replied: "I would say it is evidently fair, that's an outrageous slur on poor Eurovision there, it is also entirely unpredictable."He continued: "You do not know what is going to go on and what drama we have had at the semi-finals."Poor Ireland, poor, poor Ireland is out. There was such hope they would get through to the final."You have got to remember Ireland is Eurovision royalty having won, I think, seven times."Serbia and Finland were through and they are truly an example of how bizarre Eurovision can be."The reporter confessed he felt positive about the UK's chances this year, especially in comparison to previous years.David added: "What I mean by UK's year is a top 20 finish at least, that's as far as I am going."However, yesterday I got to meet Sam Ryder, we had some time together, and the only thing you can say is wherever you are in Turin at the moment you keep on hearing his song Spaceman and there is a bit of a buzz about it."Naga was also left fuming during the show as Conservative politician Jacob Rees-Mogg branded the Downing Street party fines a "non-story".
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EXIT Festival announce 2022 NFT collection
EXIT Festival organisers have announced a new NFT collection ahead of this year’s main event.The collection, which will start minting at this year’s Tomorrow conference on May 14, will include headphones featuring EXIT’s first logo from 2001 in 3D as well as the Tribe gift collection, intended for the earliest members of the the festival’s Discord community.Owners of EXIT’s NFT art will also have the opportunity to hang out with some of EXIT’s headliners this year, as well as being granted exclusive access to the Dance Arena stage and secret parties at hidden locations across the festival site.For more information on the NFT collection, as well as how to purchase and mint, head here.Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will headline this year’s bash at the Petrovaradin Fortress in Serbia from July 7-10, alongside acts which include Calvin Harris, Napalm Death, Jax Jones, Honey Dijon, Maceo Plex, ZHU, James Arthur and Marky Ramone. You can view the full line-up so far below.Getting closer to #EXIT2k22 and our stellar acts! Let's welcome @Noisia_nl & other #XBass names joining @CalvinHarris, @nickcave, @IGGYAZALEA, @JamesArthur23, @maskedwolfmusic, @BB_BORISBREJCHA, @MaceoPlex, @sepulturacombr & more! On 7-10 July at https://t.co/sNb0VZlM8W! pic.twitter.com/CPH5HsY0C5— EXIT Festival (@ExitFestival) April 22, 2022Tickets are on sale now and can purchased here.
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