Lukaku is keen on a move back to Chelsea because he has unfinished business at Stamford Bridge (The Sun, August 4); Inter Milan want around £100m for the Chelsea target and may be forced to cash in on him before the end of the transfer window (Daily Telegraph, August 4).
Chelsea boss Roman Abramovich ‘firmly believes’ he can convince Lukaku to re-join Chelsea this summer (Daily Star, August 4).
Chelsea could transfer list up to 11 players, including Kurt Zouma, Ross Barkley and Danny Drinkwater, in order to fund a move for Lukaku (Daily Star, August 4).
Chelsea have had an offer for Lukaku worth £85m rejected by Inter Milan. Chelsea’s proposal would have also seen left-back Marcos Alonso move to Inter (Sky Sports News, August 3);.
Chelsea will have to fork out £102.5m to land Lukaku from Inter Milan this summer (Sun on Sunday, July 25).
Chelsea are reportedly still in secret talks behind the scenes over the signing of former player Lukaku (Daily Express, July 22).
The Champions League winners are keen to bring Belgium forward Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge, with the 28-year-old likely to leave Serie A champions Inter Milan. (Sky Sports, June 1)
Jules Kounde – Chelsea have reportedly offered Brazilian winger Kenedy to Sevilla as they look to seal a deal for centre-back Kounde in a player-plus-cash move (Daily Mail, August 4).
Chelsea have been exploring using Kurt Zouma as part of a deal to sign Sevilla’s Jules Kounde and while not impossible, Zouma’s preference is to remain in London.
Chelsea are likely to proceed with a deal for Kounde regardless of whether Zouma is included or not though (Sky Sports, Aug 1).
Chelsea’s swoop for Kounde has hit complications as it emerged Zouma is reluctant to join Sevilla as part of the £50m deal (Daily Mail, July 31).
Sevilla have informed Chelsea that they want a straight cash deal for Kounde, rather than any players in exchange (Daily Mirror, July 30).
Kounde is said to be “buzzing” about the chance to sign for Chelsea as transfer talks with his current club Sevilla continue (Daily Star, July 30).
Chelsea have been dealt a setback in their pursuit of Kounde, with other Premier League clubs rumoured to be circling around the defender (Daily Express, July 29).
Chelsea are in talks with Sevilla over signing the France international (Sky Sports, July 28); Kurt Zouma could be part of any deal with Sevilla for the defender (Daily Mail, July 28).
Chioma and Davido are still dating. Davido has even promised Chioma will be the mother of the rest of her kids and their marriage is scheduled to come off later this year. They have a child together, Ifeanyi Adeleke.
#4 Ayotomide Labinjo
According to reports, she was with Davido way before he became popular. They have a child – Mitchell Anu Adeleke.
#5 Larissa Lorenco
Larrisa became popular a few days ago when her baby bump photos hit the internet. She is allegedly expecting a child with Davido and this will be Davido‘s fifth child.
The Cape Coast High Court in the Central Region has declared the 2020 parliamentary election held in the Assin North Constituency as null and void.
The court has therefore ordered for a fresh election to be conducted in the constituency.
This ruling was given on Wednesday, July 28, 2021, by the court presided over by Justice Kwasi Boakye.
In his judgment, Justice Boakye upheld that, the National Democratic Congress’ 2020 parliamentary candidate for the constituency, Joe Gyakye Quayson breached the provisions of the constitution with regard to dual citizenship.
The ruling means that the NDC’s seats in Parliament have dropped to 136 as against the NPP’s 137 until a by-election is held to determine who wins the seat.
What is the latest on Jomoro Mp dual Citizenship Court case? Here is everything you need to know.
Two separate applications filed by two NDC Members of Parliament whose elections are being challenged at the High Court have been dismissed by a Court of Appeal.
The Assin North MP, Joe Gyaakye Quayson, and the MP for Jomoro, Dorcas Affo Toffey, are facing a challenge to their election for allegedly possessing dual citizenships.
In the case of the Assin North MP, the court dismissed an appeal of stay of proceedings, while in the case of the Jomoro MP, an application to stay execution of the High Court’s order for her to produce documents evidencing the renunciation of her alleged Ivorian citizenship was dismissed.
This means the case against the two MPs would have to continue at the High Court.
The lawyers for the Assin North MP had earlier filed a motion at the Supreme Court to invoke the supervisory jurisdiction of the apex court to assume jurisdiction over the case at the Cape Coast High Court.
The Cape Coast High Court Three set Wednesday 14th, July 2021, to give judgment in the Assin North MP’s case, but had to adjourn due to the move by the defendants.
We are made to believe photos speak a thousand words hence in order not to make long speeches, one needs to focus on photos as well. We are therefore going to have a look at some perfectly timed photos in sports that look photoshopped are indeed real.
Invisible Offensive Lineman
In Shreveport, Louisiana, Tanner Coleman, an offensive lineman for Evangel Christian Academy, lost his helmet while protecting his quarterback during a game. This freaky shot, which looks Photoshopped, was snapped by a Dallas Morning News photographer, but it was just perfectly timed.