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Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson confirms Arsenal’s bid for Wilfried Zaha is ‘nowhere near’ enough

first_img 1 min. story Read More Video Settings Coming Next About Connatix V67539 Top articles SPONSORED Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling PLAY Read More Full Screen Advertisement Read More AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I don’t think Arsenal have actually made a bid that has come anywhere near our valuation,’ said Hodgson on Tuesday evening after Palace’s friendly with Barnet.‘I’m sure the player realises that if someone’s going to take him away from us, he’ll expect clubs to pay the market value.‘Until someone does that, there’s not much to discuss regarding Wilf.’Palace suffered a heavy 6-2 defeat in Tuesday night’s friendly with Barnet, although Zaha was not involved in the contest.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 CityIt appears that Arsenal are ready to move on from Zaha and look at a cheaper option in Gremio and Brazil forward Everton Soares.The Gunners have sent a club medic to Brazil to assess the 23-year-old who impressed at the recent Copa America for Brazil, scoring three goals as his country won the competition on home soil.Gremio are thought to want £36m for their striker, but this could be paid over more than one installment, making Everton are far more affordable choice than Zaha.Arsenal boss Unai Emery told reporters that the club is being patient in the market, working with new technical director Edu.”The club is working. We are speaking every day with the club and Edu,’ Emery explained.‘I prefer to work with patience and calm and take the best decision.‘We have very good players, very young good players. We need someone to help us. The club is working on that.‘We prefer to take the best decision with patience. If we need to wait more time for this reason I prefer to do that.’MORE: Arsenal ‘send club medic to check out Everton Soares’ as £36m deal edges closerMORE: Arsenal director Josh Kroenke makes bleak trophy admission after fans question the club’s direction Wilfried Zaha is looking less likely to move to Arsenal (Picture: MB Media/Getty Images)Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has confirmed that Arsenal have failed to make a bid ‘anywhere near’ the Eagles’ valuation of Wilfried Zaha.The Gunners are thought to have offered Palace £40m for the Ivory Coast international, and also included the option of three players to sweeten the deal.However, the Eagles are holding out for closer to £80m for their star man and will not be letting him go for half that price.With no further bids being lodged for the 26-year-old, he posted a cryptic message on social media on Monday which read, ‘Life goes on.’ADVERTISEMENT Read More 1/1 Comment Now his manager at Selhurst Park, Hodgson, has confirmed that unless any offer for the winger significantly improves, then he will be staying where he is. Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson confirms Arsenal’s bid for Wilfried Zaha is ‘nowhere near’ enough Phil HaighTuesday 16 Jul 2019 11:51 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link98Shares Skip Read More Manchester United captain Harry Maguire / by Metro Skip Ad Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Advertisementlast_img read more

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Governor Wolf Signs Historic Liquor Reform Bill

first_img June 08, 2016 Bill Signing,  Economy,  Government That Works,  Liquor Reform,  Press Release,  Results Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Wolf was joined by legislators to sign a historic liquor reform bill that will enhance the customer experience by providing greater convenience and satisfaction.“This is truly a historic day for Pennsylvania and the most significant step the commonwealth has taken to reform our liquor system in 80 years,” said Governor Tom Wolf. “I want to commend leaders and members from both parties in the House and Senate for coming together to pass this legislation, and today, I am proud to sign it into law. As I have always said, my goal is to modernize the sale of liquor and beer in Pennsylvania and this reform package finally brings Pennsylvania’s wine and spirits system into the 21st century.”“As the author of the final version of this bill, I am extremely grateful that all sides were able to set aside partisanship and unite around a plan that truly puts the consumers first,” said Senator Chuck McIlhinney. “I would also like to thank the Governor for reaching a compromise that puts the citizens of Pennsylvania ahead of politics.  The reforms included in this bill are measures that consumers have requested for years, and I appreciate the fact that we were able to reach a compromise that responds to the most pressing concerns we hear from community residents.”This bill:Removes Sunday restrictions and state-mandated holidays.Enhances customer loyalty programs and opens up coupons at state stores.Provides options for flexible pricing to allow state stores to offer special discounts and sales.Allows restaurants and hotels to sell up to four bottles of wine for take-out.Allows grocery stores that currently sell beer to sell up to four bottles of wine.Allows for direct shipments of wine to people’s homes.And makes permanent gas stations’ ability to sell 6 packs.“This historic legislation is a tremendous leap into bringing Pennsylvanian into the 21st century,” said House Speaker Mike Turzai, the prime sponsor of the legislation.  “This privatization bill will bring consumers the added choice and convenience they have been asking for since Prohibition.”“Pennsylvania has taken a huge step to finally provide consumers with more convenient ways to purchase wine and spirits,” said Representative Paul Costa said. “There will be more options for one-stop shopping to get what they need. Making smart changes at the state’s Fine Wine and Good Spirits Stores will also help to maintain thousands of existing jobs and increase revenue to begin closing our huge budget gap.”All of these improvements will enhance the customer experience by providing greater convenience and satisfaction and increase much-needed revenue to help balance our budget.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Governor Wolf Signs Historic Liquor Reform Billlast_img read more

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