Manchester United poised for £50million transfer move for Ryan Sessegnon Comment Coral BarrySaturday 9 Feb 2019 10:57 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.5kShares Advertisement Advertisement Sessegnon could cost £50m (Picture: Getty)It is unclear who will be in charge at United in the summer, but the frontrunner Mauricio Pochettino has long tracked Sessegnon.Tottenham are just a host of top clubs who want to sign Sessegnon, with Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal all being linked with the Englishman in the last 18 months.MORE: Douglas Costa excites Manchester United fans by liking transfer story Sessegnon is out of favour at Fulham (Picture: Getty)Manchester United want to bring Ryan Sessegnon to Old Trafford in the summer, according to reports.The Fulham youngster is the club’s prized asset, but has seen his playing time decreased under new boss Claudio Ranieri.Ranieri was drafted in to save Fulham from relegation and thinks Sessegnon needs to be more aggressive to win a place back in his side.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityUnited cruised by Fulham and Sessegnon on Saturday with a 3-0 win at Craven Cottage and the Express claim the Red Devils are now plotting a raid on the Cottagers.ADVERTISEMENTUnited are prepared to fork out £50million on a player who they believe is destined for great things.AdvertisementAdvertisementSessegnon is in talks to sign a new long-term deal at Fulham, but is said to be stalling as he considers his future.Fulham are second from bottom, seven points from safety and Sessegnon may be tempted to stay in the Premier League if the Londoners are relegated back into the Championship. (Picture: Getty)Sessegnon has a bright future ahead of him after bursting onto the scene as a 16-year-old before helping fire Fulham into the top flight.The 18-year-old scored 16 goals last term, as well as eight assists, and became the first player born after 2000 to score in the Premier League this season.United think Sessegnon could be a long-term asset and plan to pounce on the uncertainty surrounding the teenager’s future.
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Newcastle United striker Papiss Cissue has issued a statement via the club’s website apologising for the spitting incident that took place with Manchester United’s Jonny Evans on Wednesday night. It came about during the first half of the game between the two sides at St James’ Park on Wednesday evening when Evans came in late on Cisse.As the pair got up TV replays suggested that both Evans and Cisse appeared to spit on each other as the were getting up.Earlier today Evans came out and denied all accusations of spitting but Cisse has taken a different route, by admitting it happened and then apologising.Cisse said that he apologises to the club, the club’s fans, to Evans himself and to every football fan saying that what he did wasn’t right and that he was reacting to something unpleasant.He went on to say that he hoped the fans watching him did not think he was encouraging this behaviour, he just found it difficult not react in the heat of the moment. “I have apologies to make to a lot of people today. Firstly to my teammates and to our supporters, secondly to Jonny Evans, and thirdly to every football fan who saw the incident between myself and Jonny.“I reacted to something I found very unpleasant. Sometimes it is hard not to react, particularly in the heat of the moment. I have always tried hard to be positive a role model, especially for our young fans, and yesterday I let you down.“I hope children out there playing football for their clubs and schools this weekend will know better than to retaliate when they are angry. Perhaps when they see the problem it now causes me and my team they will be able to learn from my mistake, not copy it.”If the FA decide to charge the two players, and finds them guilty, they will both be looking at a minimum of a six game ban according to FIFA’s official rules.
Donegal Teenagers Keelin Mulhearn, Anita Robinson, Ciara Crawford, Katie Hoad and Paddy Gillespie.Five Donegal teenagers have graduated from a programme designed to inspire them to become great leaders.Keelin Mulhearn and Paddy Gillespie from Ballyshannon, Anita Robinson from Glenfin, Ciara Crawford from Frosses and Katie Hoad from Inver were joined by more than 300 other young people from across Ireland and around the world during a recent graduation ceremony to mark the end of the 5th annual Foróige Albert Schweitzer Leadership for Life International Youth Conference.The leadership programme and annual conference is run by Foróige in partnership with ICCUSA, the Irish Chamber of Commerce – United States of America. The programme is open to teenagers in every country and the conference was attended by young delegates from the USA, Palestine, South Korea, Northern Ireland, India, Nigeria and Kenya.As part of the week-long conference, inspirational lectures were given by Olympic boxing silver medallist Kenneth Egan as well as the Irish head of internet giant PayPal Louise Phelan.The programme also includes workshops on team building, critical thinking and communication skills and peer discussions on matters of global importance.Hollywood star Matt McCoy acts as the ongoing ambassador to the leadership programme and mentored the young delegates during the conference. Matt McCoy has most recently featured in some of the USA’s biggest shows The Mentalist and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, though he is probably best known for starring in two ‘Police Academy’ films, ‘L.A. Confidential’ and ‘The Hand that Rocks the Cradle’. Speaking at the launch, Matt said:“This is the fifth year I’ve been back in Ireland for the conference and I must admit, this has been the best yet. The young people attending have gained skills to become true leaders of their own lives, of their communities, of businesses, of causes and of countries.“They have the drive and passion to make the world around them a better place. It really is inspirational and I’m delighted to be in the front row witnessing the first steps in the journey of our next generation of world leaders.”Foróige Chief Executive Seán Campbell said: “Now more than ever, we need to help young people cultivate the skills and qualities they need to become great leaders.“Young people who take part in the conference look at themselves differently, they see that they have the power to stand up and be counted as citizens of the world. Not only that, they see that they have the capability and the talents to make the world around them a better one, not just for themselves but for generations to come. It’s a hugely positive experience and one that Foróige is extremely proud of.” The young people must complete three modules in order to fully graduate from the programme. At the end of the conference, the 300 delegates received certificates for completing various stages of the programme.The conference comes after the recent publication of an independent study into the Foróige Albert Schweitzer Leadership for Life Programme which found that teenagers who actively engage in leadership training manifest key skills including social skills, self-control, confidence, assertiveness and a sense of achievement.The study, conducted by Dr. Sue Redmond at NUI Galway and overseen by Professor Mark Brennan from Penn State University, USA, was conducted over an 18 month period amongst 400 young people who participated in the Foróige Albert Schweitzer Leadership for Life Progamme.The study also found that an increase in female representation in leadership roles throughout society, including business, politics and public service, is needed. FIVE DONEGAL TEENS AWARDED FOROIGE LEADERSHIP CERTS AT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE was last modified: August 18th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:awardsdonegalforoige