Chris Smalling has been forced to train alone and his future remains very much in doubt after Roma’s latest bid to sign him was rejected.
The Manchester United defender spent the 2019/20 season on loan in the Italian capital and proved a big success.
However, Roma’s attempts to sign Smalling on a permanent basis have proven difficult.
Another Italian side, Inter Milan, have shown interest in the player since, potentially offering United a winger in a swap deal.
The defender is keen to return…
Manchester United squad vs Paris Saint-Germain revealed – Manchester Evening News
Edinson Cavani was missing as the Man United squad flew to Paris for their Champions League group stage opener with Paris Saint-Germain.
Edinson Cavani and Harry Maguire have not travelled with the Manchester United squad for their Champions League opener against Paris Saint-Germain.
Cavani, 33, only started training with his new teammates on Sunday after quarantining for two weeks following his deadline day signing. The Uruguayan has not played a competitive match since PSG beat Borussia Dortmund on March 11.
Maguire was deemed a doubt for the Saturday night trip to Newcastle but started and scored United’s equaliser in their …
Zara Radcliffe admits manslaughter over Penygraig Co-op stabbing attack that killed pensioner – Wales Online
The 29-year-old admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility and admitted the attempted murder of three other people at the shop on May 5 t…
A woman has admitted the manslaughter of an elderly man and the attempted murder of three others at a Co-op store.
Appearing before Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court via a video link from Rampton Hospital on Monday Zara Ann Radcliffe, 29, from Wyndham Street in Tonypandy, pleaded not guilty to murder but guilty to one of the manslaughter of John Rees, 88, on May 5 at Co-op convenience store in Tylacelyn Road in Penygraig, Rhondda, which prosecutor Michael Jones QC said was on the basis of diminished …
A third more deaths occurring at home than before Covid in England – The Guardian
ONS data suggests people with life-threatening conditions still shying away from hospitals
About a third more deaths in England are occurring at home than before the Covid-19 pandemic, data has revealed, with the majority down to causes other than the coronavirus.
In April, the UK government launched a campaign to encourage people who were unwell to seek medical attention, amid alarm that A&E attendances had plummeted. But the latest data, which extends into mid-September, suggests those with life-threatening conditions are still shying away from hospitals.
Figures from the Offi…
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