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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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Wellington-Circle games postponed (aaugh!), tennis team traveled to Maize South; Woodbridge 1st at Collegiate

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Update – The Wellington vs. Circle baseball softball game has been postponed to an undermined time.In other news… the Wellington High School tennis team tied for last place in the Maize South Invitational on Friday and Logan Woodbridge placed first at the Wichita Collegiate Invitational at the Cherry Oaks Golf Club also on Friday. 2Collegiate 321 77 No. 2 DoublesC. Crittenden/A. Glazer beat Cunningham & Williams/Andover Central 8-6C. Crittenden/A. Glazer beat Farney & Hohler/Maize South Black 8-7C. Crittenden/A. Glazer lost to Byers & Caywood/Buhler 0-8(Crittenden/Glazer finished 2nd). 328 14Andover Central 321 1Woodbridge, Logan383674 7Hesston 1Woodbridge, Wellington 2Becker, Nick404282 327 7Chugg, Collegiate 80 4Wellington 9Sandburg, Tonganoxie WELLINGTON In Out Total. 335 4Russell, Chance425092 6Tonganoxie 15Larsen, Collegiate 402 10Valley Center 330 339 2Trebbe, Augusta 8Williams, Tonganoxie 12Trinity 78 79 79 1Kapaun Mt. Carmel Wellington tennis:The Wellington High School tennis team traveled to Maize South on Friday. As a team the Crusaders finished in a tie for last place with Andover Central.Wellington individual results are as follows:No. 1 SinglesB. Peck lost to Woods/Maize South 0-8A. Chaney lost to Olney/Winfield 0-8A. Chaney lost to Williams/Andover Central 0-8(Chaney finished 6th out of 6 teams)No. 2 SinglesD. Brownlee lost to Doerkson/Buhler 7-8D. Brownlee lost to Filby/Maize South 3-8D. Brownlee beat Flynn/Andover Central 8-5(Brownlee finished 5th). 6Pahls, Piper 11Eisenhower 332 79 3Peck, Brian443882 5Heimerman, Buhler Medalists 10Rinehart, Piper 80 8Andover 3Joyal, Valley Center 333 346 76 14Geist, KMC 78 78 12Kemmer, Collegiate 343 374 No. 1 DoublesT. Pettegrew/J. Ryberg lost to Camp & Hoover/Winfield 3-8T. Pettegrew/J. Ryberg lost to McDonald & Harden/Maize South Gold 0-8T. Pettegrew/J. Ryberg lost to Wehking/Hassouneh/Maize South Black 3-8(Pettegrew/Ryberg finished 6th). 77 4Phillips, Andover 9Augusta 79 13Graf, KMC 74 3Kansas City Piper 321 5DeJarnett, Graysen434689 13Rose Hill 11Carro, Trinity 75 Team Results Wellington individual results: 78 5Buhler Wellington golf:Logan WoodbridgeThe Wellington golf team finished fourth and Logan Woodbridge finished first at the Collegiate Invitational Friday evening.Woodbridge shot a 74, one stroke under Trebbe of Augusta, who shot a 75.Wellington finished with a 327. Kapaun finished first with a 321 – winning the tiebreaker against Collegiate and Kansas City Piper.The full results are as follows: 6Hughes, Matt5651107last_img read more

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