The approach to every transfer window in recent years has seen many rumours around the future of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic. Both Manchester clubs have been credited with an interest in the Lazio player, and Tuesday saw a report that Jose Mourinho is also keen on the signing for Tottenham. Now it’s Chelsea’s turn to enter the picture, and Le10Sport bring claims on Wednesday regarding the Blues and their interest in the midfielder. It’s explained PSG are keen and have already made an offer of €60m, a figure they don’t want to push upwards.Lazio aren’t keen on agreeing to a sale at this stage, because they want to make sure they have their player fully focused until the end of the current season.According to the claims from France, Chelsea have initiated contact with the midfielder’s representatives recently. They’re being helped by their former player Claude Makelele, who is described as working as an advisor to those in charge at the London club.Milinkovic-Savic is represented by Mateja Kezman, who has previously played with Makelele, and it’s suggested that connection could help Chelsea in the transfer race.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoIDA Ireland by CNBC CatalystWhy Are 14 of the World’s Top 15 Medtech Companies Invested in Ireland?IDA Ireland by CNBC CatalystUndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥Undo
Italian football club Hellas Verona FC has partnered with Outplayed Esports to launch its official esports division, Hellas Verona FC Esports. Previously operating under the moniker Outplayed Euphoria, Hellas Verona FC Esports will compete in FIFA and eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer. Image credit: Hellas Verona FC EsportsRELATED: ACF Fiorentina enters esports through Hexon partnershipHellas Verona FC Esports will compete in FIFA’s eSerie A against Roma, Fiorentina, and Sassuolo, and in eFootball PES versus Bologna, Sassuolo, and Lazio.Marco Pistoni, Chief Revenue Manager of Hellas Verona FC, spoke on the venture in a release: “The eSerie A TIM is an innovative competition that brings Italian football into a new dimension. Esports [is] becoming an increasingly important and relevant reality, for this reason we have decided to take the field with Outplayed, a structured and prepared partner to face this new [challenge] together with Hellas Verona in a young and dynamic world.”RELATED: Fnatic partners with GamerzClass to produce educational coursesHellas Verona FC’s fellow Italian football club ACF Fiorentina recently established its own esports division through a partnership with Hexon Esports, similarly competing in both FIFA and eFootball PES.Simone Benedetti, Co-owner of Outplayed Esports, added: “We are very honored and happy with this partnership. Hellas Verona immediately proved to be a forward-looking and proactive company towards the world of esports and young people. The eSerie A TIM is a great opportunity for our sector and we look forward to joining Hellas Verona in its path.”Esports Insider says: Scoring a partnership with a football club is a huge win for any organisation. It’s a fantastic opportunity to expose a broad base of football fans to esports on the side of Outplayed, and a decent first step into the space for Hellas Verona.Subscribe to ESI on YouTube
KENNEDALE, Texas (Oct. 3) – Timing was everything for Matt Guillaume.The leader of the Kennedale Speedway Park Showdown main event for Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds, Guillaume left his preferred line to pass a slower car late in the contest, then led Jeff Emerson in the race to the checkers.“There was a late caution with about three laps to go,” said Guillaume, who took home a $1,500 share of the purse, plus a $300 bonus from Chase Allen Motorsports. “There was a lapped car in the same line I was running but I was able to sneak by him in the center if the first set of turns.”The new Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifier, twice a winner during his rookie Modified campaign, was three car lengths ahead of Emerson at the finish. Justin McCoy, Dean Abbey and John Gober completed the top five.Guillaume had started outside row four in the 25-lapper and was in the lead for good by the fifth circuit.Chad Wilson repeated his winning ways in the IMCA Eagle Motorsports RaceSaver Sprint Car main while Dennis Bissonnette, runner-up each of the last two years, topped the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature.Jeffrey Abbey led early, then got the front spot back when Jacob Pirkle broke on the white flag lap in the Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod feature.All three victories were good for $1,500. Bissonnette also pocketed a $100 bonus from WCH Engines.Wilson, the 2015 national champion, started on the pole and led every lap of the Sprint Car feature. He led by more than half a straightaway before catching up with the back of the field; Jeb Sessums made up ground over the last five laps and ended just two car lengths off the pace.George White, Claud Estes III and Emerson were next across the stripe.Abbey led the first four laps of the Southern SportMod feature before Pirkle powered past. Abbey had caught up in lapped traffic before a caution came out, then ducked inside and back in front as Pirkle broke on the last lap.Second went to Jake Upchurch. Luke Fritchen, Tory Yant and Jeremy Carter completed the top five.Bissonnette was also the flag-to-flag leader, in a contest shortened due to the time limit. Craig Moss looked inside a couple times but couldn’t get past and Bissonnette earned his career-first post season special win by five car lengths.Scored next were Jay Bransom, Westin Abbey and Ryan Powers.Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Matt Guillaume; 2. Jeff Emerson; 3. Justin McCoy; 4. Dean Abbey; 5. John Gober; 6. Randy Martin; 7. Matt Martin; 8. Jay Bransom; 9. Demetrius Carter; 10. Josh McGaha; 11. Mitch McMillin; 12. Dillon Pike; 13. Mike McCarthy; 14. Nicholas Littlejohn; 15. Caleb Stone; 16. Austin Carter; 17. David Cook; 18. Karl Rupp; 19. Marvin Skinner; 20. Jack Sartain; 21. Kevin Rutherford; 22. Tommy Williams; 23. Jeremy Willis; 24. George White.Sprint Cars – 1. Chad Wilson; 2. Jeb Sessums; 3. George White; 4. Claud Estes III; 5. Jeff Emerson; 6. Bryan Debrick; 7. Justin Melton; 8. Shane Gloeckler; 9. Chase Parson; 10. Michelle Melton; 11. Regan Hawkins; 12. Charlie McDonald; 13. Ryan Hall; 14. Logan Scherb; 15. Josh Hawkins; 16. Lindell Jenkins Jr.; 17. Nicholas Littlejohn; 18. Kyle Jones; 19. Chris Kelly; 20. Shayle Bade; 21. Tony Dowd; 22. Marcus Thomas; 23. Chipper Wood; 24. Andy Shouse.Southern SportMods – 1. Jeffrey Abbey; 2. Jake Upchurch; 3. Luke Fritchen; 4. Tory Yant; 5. Jeremy Carter; 6. James McCreery; 7. Rickey Haney; 8. Chris Cogburn; 9. Will Fritchen; 10. Bret Young; 11. Jon Grindstaff; 12. Garrett Rawls; 13. Stoney Gilbert; 14. William Gould; 15. James Skinner; 16. Justin Nabors; 17. Jeff Shepperd; 18. Glen Mohler; 19. Austin Gooding; 20. Jacob Pirkle; 21. Anthony Simcik; 22. John Sliney; 23. Doug Easterling; 24. Bobby Parker.Stock Cars – 1. Dennis Bissonnette; 2. Craig Moss; 3. Jay Bransom; 4. Westin Abbey; 5. Ryan Powers; 6. Benji Kirkpatrick; 7. Eric Jones; 8. Damon Hammond; 9. Joe O’Bryan; 10. Matt Guillaume; 11. Roma Garcia; 12. Dustin White; 13. Darryl Campbell; 14. Kevin Flock; 15. Juston McCullough; 16. Justin Fowler; 17. Michael Villanueva; 18. Mark Adams; 19. Roger Hauser; 20. Tobie Talk; 21. Kirk Martin; 22. John Frydrych; 23. Mike Childs; 24. Bobby Parker.
Dear Editor,The new and emerging trend of bomb threats must be dealt with expeditiously and with some level of exigence. As a concerned citizen, student of the University of Guyana and employed within the semi-antonymous business field, I am calling on the relevant authorities – Guyana Police Force – to look into the root causes of such threats.I am concerned not just for the lives of innocent people, but particularly the thousands of student who were expose to the recent threats at the Nation’s University, QC, Bishops’ High, and most recently, the University of Guyana.These unlawful pranks appear to have some level of sequential pattern, which leads to the question; who is next?I also wish to suggest that all vulnerable and endangered Government agencies and Private Sector organisations/businesses, such as GPL Inc, the GRA, GWI must tighten their security checkpoints for the safety of their employees.Sincerely,DS McFarlane