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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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Interim dean of USC Keck seeks to improve dialogue

first_imgLaura Mosqueda, the interim dean for the Keck School of Medicine, has done work in family medicine and geriatrics. Photo courtesy of Keck School of Medicine  One of the first things that stands out about Laura Mosqueda’s office its sheer size. Large glass windows offer a wide view of the Health Sciences Campus and downtown Los Angeles, and a large conference table sits at the end of the spacious, rectangular room. As the interim dean of the Keck School of Medicine of USC, Mosqueda occupies a position that has been associated with troubling events. However, her recent appointment on Oct. 6 signifies a new future for the school, as she seeks to stimulate open discussions about how Keck can recover and move forward during her time as interim dean. “One of our strengths here is just this superb education that our students get because they get exposed to a huge variety of people,” Mosqueda said. “We have a diverse faculty, and we also have both the county hospital and other kinds of opportunities for our students so that they get exposed to a diverse group of patients to care for.”Prior to her appointment, Keck students expressed concern on how the school should move forward and prevent future issues with faculty. Mosqueda is aware that improvements must be made to address these worries. “I really admire what I’ve heard from the students here,” Mosqueda said. “They’ve had appropriate concerns and have been, for the most part, very respectful and thoughtful in terms of the questions they’re asking. And that’s what we want, right? That’s those are the kinds of physicians that we want out there.”When it comes to moving forward and refocusing on Keck’s academic obligations, Mosqueda stresses the importance of open dialogue across the student body and faculty.“I’d like to get advice from students and faculty and staff on how we can have more direct dialogues with each other,” she said. During the short time Mosqueda has served as interim dean, she has become the faculty advisor for the USC Student-Run Clinic and frequents trips with students to Skid Row and women’s shelters to provide urgent care. “There are three principles that I use to kind of guide myself,” Mosqueda said. “One of them is to do my best. The second is to do the right things for the right reasons. And the third is to keep focused on what’s important. And I think if we do all of those things, we’re in great shape. I’m really excited and optimistic about where we’re going and how we’re getting there.”last_img read more

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