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ARSENAL
In
Granit Xhaka – Borussia Monchengladbach, £34m
Takuma Asano – Sanfrecce Hiroshima, undisclosed
Out
Mikel Arteta – retired
Tomas Rosicky – released
Mathieu Flamini – released
Dan Crowley – Oxford United, loan
BURNLEY
In
Jamie Thomas – Bolton, free
Robbie Leitch – Motherwell, free
Out
Joey Barton – Rangers, free
Luke Conlan – Morecambe, free
Matt Gilks – Rangers, free
Lloyd Dyer – released
Danijel Nizic – released
Matt Taylor – released

BOURNEMOUTH
In
Lys Mousset – Le Havre, £5.4m
Emerson Hyndman – Fulham, £0.75m
Nathan Ake – Chelsea, loan
Out
Jayden Stockley – Aberdeen, free
Sylvain Distin – released
Tommy Elphick – Aston Villa, £3.6m
Matt Ritchie – Newcastle, £12m
Lee Tomlin – Bristol City, £3m
Glenn Murray – Brighton, Loan
Jon Muleba – released
Mason Walsh – released
Stephane Zubar – released
Josh Wakefield – released
Josh Carmichael – released
CHELSEA
In
Michy Batshuayi – Marseille, £33.2m
Out
Stipe Perica – Udinese, £3.2m
Charly Musonda – Real Betis, loan
Nathan – Vitesse Arnhem, loan
Lewis Baker – Vitesse Arnhem, loan
Mitchell Beeney – Crawley, loan
Nathan Ake, Bournemouth, loan
Reece Mitchell – Chesterfield, free
Marco Amelia – released
Tika Musonda – released
Kevin Wright – released
CRYSTAL PALACE
In
Andros Townsend – Newcastle United, £13m
Steve Mandanda – Marseille, free
James Tomkins – West Ham, £10m
Out
Dwight Gayle – Newcastle United, £10m
David Gregory – Cambridge, free
Emmanuel Adebayor – released
Marouane Chamakh – released
Brede Hangeland – released
Adrian Mariappa – released
Reise Allassani – released
Christian Scales – released
Connor Dymond – released
EVERTON
In
Maarten Stekelenburg – Fulham, undisclosed
Bassala Sambou – Coventry, compensation
Chris Renshaw – Oldham, undisclosed
Out
Leon Osman, released
Tony Hibbert, released
Tim Howard – Colorado Rapids, free
Steven Pienaar – released
Jordan Thorniley – Sheffield Wednesday, undisclosed
Jindrich Stanek – released
Felipe Mattioni – released
HULL CITY
In
Jonathan Edwards – Peterborough, free
Will Mannion – AFC Wimbledon, compensation
Out
Max Clark – Cambridge, loan
Ben Clappison – York, free
Sone Aluko – released
Ryan Taylor – released
LEICESTER CITY
In
Nampalys Mendy – Nice, £13m
Ron-Robert Zieler – Hannover 96, £2.6m
Luis Hernandez – Sporting Gijon, free
Raul Uche Rubio – Rayo Vallecano, undisclosed
Out
Andrej Kramaric – Hoffenheim, £7.6m
Paul Konchesky – released
Mark Schwarzer – released
Jacob Blyth – Motherwell, free
Ryan Watson – Barnet, free
Dean Hammond – Sheffield United, free
Jonny Maddison – released
Harry Panayiotou – released
LIVERPOOL
In
Sadio Mane – Southampton, £30m
Loris Karius – Mainz, £4.7m
Joel Matip – Schalke, free
Out
Jordan Rossiter – Rangers, £0.25m
Jerome Sinclair – Watford, £4m
Joao Teixeira – Porto, £0.25m
Kolo Toure – released
Lawrence Vigouroux – Swindon, £0.4m
MANCHESTER CITY
In
Ilkay Gundogan – Borussia Dortmund, £21m
Nolito, Celta Vigo, £13.8m
Oleksandr Zinchenko – FK Ufa, undisclosed
Aaron Mooy – Melbourne City, free
Out
Seko Fofana – Udinese, £3.8m
Florian Lejeune – Eibar, £1.2m
Martin Demichelis – released
Richard Wright – retired
Jack Byrne – Blackburn, loan
Luke Brattan – Melbourne City, loan
Anthony Caceres – Melbourne City, loan
MANCHESTER UNITED
In
Zlatan Ibrahimovic – free
Eric Bailly – Villarreal, £30m
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – Borussia Dortmund, £26.3m
Out
Victor Valdes – released
Nick Powell – released
Oliver Rathbone – Rochdale, free
George Dorrington – Huddersfield, free
MIDDLESBROUGH
In
Marten de Roon – Atalanta, £12m
Viktor Fischer – Ajax, £3.8m
Bernardo Espinosa – Sporting Gijon, free
Jordan McGhee – Hearts, loan
Out
Jonathan Woodgate – released
Damia Abella – released
Rhys Williams – Perth Glory, free
Jonathan Burn – Kilmarnock, loan
Jordan Jones – Kilmarnock, free
Luke Coddington – Huddersfield, free
Andre Bennett – released
SOUTHAMPTON
In
Nathan Redmond – Norwich, £11m
Out
Sadio Mane – Liverpool, £30m
Victor Wanyama – Tottenham Hotspur, £11m
Juanmi – Real Sociedad, £5m
Gaston Ramirez – released
Kelvin Davis – retired
Joe Lea – Yeovil, free
Jason McCarthy – Walsall, loan
STOKE CITY
In

Out
Peter Odemwingie – released
Steve Sidwell – Brighton, free
Mark Waddington – Kilmarnock, loan
Ben Barber – York City, free
SUNDERLAND
In

Out
Steven Fletcher – Sheffield Wednesday, free
Steve Harper – released
Wes Brown – released
Danny Graham – Blackburn, free
Martin Smith – Kilmarnock, free
Santiago Vergini – Boca Juniors, £0.77m
Mikael Mandron – Eastleigh, free
Liam Agnew – released
SWANSEA CITY
In
Leroy Fer – QPR, £4.75m
Mike van der Hoorn – Ajax, undisclosed
Out
Eder – Lille, £3.4m
Alberto Paloschi – Atalanta, £6m
Kyle Bartley – Leeds, loan
Raheem Hanley – Northampton, free
Liam Shephard – Yeovil, loan
Oliver Davies – Kilmarnock, loan
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
In
Victor Wanyama – Southampton, £11m
Out
Christopher Paul – QPR, free
Emmanuel Sonupe – released
WATFORD
In
Isaac Success – Granada, £12.5m
Christian Kabasele – Genk, £5.8m
Jerome Sinclair – Liverpool, free
Out
Jose Manuel Jurado – Espanyol, £2.1m
Joel Ekstrand – released
Josh Doherty – Leyton Orient, free
Gabriele Angella – Udinese, undisclosed
Miguel Layun – Porto, undisclosed
Bernard Mensah – Aldershot, free
Uche Ikpeazu – released
George Byers – released
Jorell Johnson – released
Luke Simpson – released
WEST BROMWICH ALBION
In
Matt Phillips – QPR, £5.5m
Out
Stephane Sessegnon, released
Victor Anichebe, released
Anders Lindegaard – Preston, free
Callam Jones, Accrington, loan
Josh Ezewele – Yeovil, free
WEST HAM UNITED
In
Manuel Lanzini – Al Jazira Club, £9.4m
Toni Martinez – Valencia, £2.25m
Havard Nordtveit – Borussia Monchengladbach, free
Sofiane Feghouli – Valencia, free
Domingos Quina – Chelsea, free
Out
James Tomkins – Crystal Palace, £10m
Stephen Hendrie – Blackburn, loan
Elliott Lee – Barnsley, free
Jordan Brown – Hannover, free
George Dobson – Walsall, loan
Kyle Knoyle – Wigan, loan
Joey O’Brien – released
Nathan Mavila – released
Leo Chambers – released
Amos Nasha – released

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Covid-19: 6 Ways To Overcome Boredom During Stay-home Period

Due to the spread of covid-19 accross the world, most states in Nigeria are presently observing lockdown. Therefore, here are some ways to overcome boredom during stay-home period. 6 Ways Overcome Boredom Stay-home

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Considering the fact that everyone has no option than to stay at home to avoid the spread of covid-19 in our respective states or countries, boredom has been the order of the day which most people has been complaining about.

And to solve the problem of boredom you have to understand that you can’t go out, you can’t mingle neither can you gist with friends in crowded places, and you have to maintain social distancing — these are some of the measures to prevent the spread of the deadly virus.

So you ask yourself, I am being quarantined, how will I scale through boredom? You ask yourself, I am always alone, how will I prevent being bored? How will I overcome this boredom that is already drowning me?However, to be able to enjoy your stay home period, the following are ways you could actually prevent yourself from dull moments:

  1. Watch interesting movies: This is the time you have to increase your interest in film watching. You need to know the latest movies in town and make as well watch them when you’re bored.
  2. Listen to music: music is life, music bring you peace and happiness. Good music minister to the soul. This quarantine period is a time you need to listen to good music, ensure you learn their lyrics and sing them along. If you’re a type that knows how to dance, you could dance to the music alone in your room. Now te me, are you not overcoming boredom like that?
  3. Start reasonable argument with roommates or siblings: If you’re living with a friend or you’re probably in your family house, you have to start some reasonable argument with your friends or siblings in order to make the atmosphere lively. You could argue about celebrities, politics, football and also on academics line.Play interesting games: I know so many people have been doing this but they still have to keep playing games so as to prevent themselves from dull moments.
  4. Follow trends on social media: This is another way to overcome dull moments, you have follow what is trendy on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
  5. Watch comedy clips: Of course to there are lot of comedy clips out there you could watch, follow comedian on Instagram and YouTube. Watch their clips and get over boredom.
  6. Read books and interesting novels: Of course, this is the time you have to develop interest in reading. There are lots of interesting story books that could bring life to your dull moments. You could Google interesting stories or download book apps to get yourself busy and lively reading books.

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Nigeria To Unveil Her First Home-Made Ventilator,Today

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National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure has manufactured the first made in Nigeria ventilators to fight COVID – 19 pandemic in Nigeria.
This is a gesture made in order to aid COVID-19 patients in breathing.
In a notice made by NASENI spokesman , Segun Ayeoyenikan , on Monday , revealed that Minister of Science and Technology , Dr Ogbonnaya Onu , would unveil the respirators, Tuesday ( today ) .
Recall that, Nigeria government, begged for respirators from American billionaire,through the Federal Ministry of Finance before it was withdrew as it was seen as national embarrassment,not long ago.
However,with this Nigeria ,too can make used of her home-made ventilators for her COVID-19 patients.

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Is Nigeria Worth Dying For?

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I have not been privileged to travel outside the shores of the Nigerian nation and the African continent. However, friends of mine who have been opportuned to travel out for study, work and holidays often say it to my hearing of how governments of other nations treat their citizens with care. The reverse seems to be case in Nigeria. It seems there is no sanctity and dignity of the human life. No wonder, citizens of other nations treat us with contempts.

Going down the memory lane, there have been several cases of the government failing to act as the custodian of the human person. Even in legal cases involving citizens of Nigeria and other countries, both within and outside the continent, citizens of other countries seem to gain the upper hand. This is because their government provides several facilities that make the legal process smooth sailing.

I remembered in 2014, when the nation was battling with the deadly Ebola Virus. Dr. Adadevoh Ameyo who in a bid to cure the virus lost her life wasn’t given any tangible award to honour her.

Also in another dimension, when cases of casualty involving military personnel is recorded, the way they are treated is horrifying. The whole situation is as though they have only followed the dictates of their heart. The families that are left behind are not given any special treatment. This was what dissuaded me from joining the military.

Whereas, governments of other nation states organise comprehensive welfare programmes for their citizens (old, young, literate and illiterate), we are ridiculed and made to suffer in the midst of plenty “. Unemployed youths are used as political instruments of thuggery during elections, while children of the rich feed of large budgets, this making things turn from bad to worse.

Before elections, political candidates suddenly turn the friends of the poor promising Heaven on earth. After suddenly wielding the sword of power to themselves, they turn enemies making ignorant ones believe it isn’t their duty to make things better. We are forced to accept the fact that travelling abroad won’t make things better and that Nigeria has a lot opportunities. On the contrary, dying in the face of war, doesn’t call for a heroic celebration.

Dying for one’s country is the highest level of patriotism. However, with the current realities, I cannot die for Nigeria. Dear reader, my question to you is this: Can You Die For Nigeria? Do share your thoughts in the comments section.

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