Loading… Arsenal new boss Mikel Arteta is close to finalising the signing of Flamengo defender Pablo Mari his first signing since arriving the Emirates Stadium The 6ft 3ins centre back, who was formerly on Manchester City’s books, flew to London on Saturday with Arsenal technical director Edu for his medical after a £7.5million deal was put in place on Friday. The 26-year old had a series of loans while at City with Girona, NAC Breda and Alaves. Mari signed for Flamengo last year for just £1m, having failed to make a single appearance for City during his three years at the club. He impressed and had interest from other English clubs but was given the chance to move to Flamengo where he went on to win the Brazilian League and Copa Libertadores. The Spaniard played against Liverpool in the World Club Championships and is now poised to link up with former City coach Mikel Arteta at Arsenal.Advertisement FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?7 Worst Things To Do To Your PhoneWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Incredible Discoveries That Puzzled The Whole WorldThese Are The Best Stargazing Locations You Can Find On Earth10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?The Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day8 Weird Facts About Coffee That Will Surprise YouWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There? Arteta joined City as Pep Guardiola’s assistant the same year as Mari joined the club and would have seen the player up close during their time together. Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta set to bring Pablo Mari in The Arsenal boss is desperate to bolster his defence this month with an injury crisis depleting his options and will be delighted the deal for Mari is almost over the line. Calum Chambers, Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac are all currently out injured, and Arteta is still hopeful of bringing in a full-back despite Bukayo Saka impressing as an emergency left-back. Read Also Martnelli set to treble Arsenal wages to ward of Real Madrid Paris Saint-Germain’s Layvin Kurzawa was an option but the Frenchman now appears set to join Juventus with Mattia De Sciglio going in the other direction.
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Related Stories Syracuse men’s soccer has a ‘good problem’ at forwardGallery: Syracuse men’s soccer survives Loyola Marymount scare with 2-1 OT winOvertime corner-kick goal pushes Syracuse past Loyola Marymount, 2-1 With a straight face and an unwavering demeanor, Ian McIntyre offered a simple solution for how to replace last year’s top two goal scorers.“We’ve spoken to the NCAA and they’ve allowed Ben Polk and Julian Buescher to come and play for us,” he said matter-of-factly.Syracuse’s head coach was joking, of course. Polk and Buescher, who combined for almost half of the Orange’s goals in last season’s College Cup run, play Major League Soccer. They’re not coming back. The reality is No. 6 Syracuse (2-0) has lost its top two goal scorers and 57 percent of its scoring overall. To pick up the load, SU will look to a talented group of youngsters and a few older statesmen.This is nothing new. Last year, the Orange was tasked with replacing 70 percent of its production. All it did was score 44 goals, win the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament and advance to the national semifinal for the first time in program history.Three days into this season, the Orange had already scored five goals from four different players. A different player assisted on each goal. It’s that spread, balanced attack that will take this team as far as it can go.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Last year we were depending maybe a little bit too much on Julian and Ben,” senior midfielder Oyvind Alseth said. “In order to be successful, we need to spread those goals out more. Midfielders didn’t score enough last year, apart from Julian.”Rather than relying on only a couple of forwards, SU will look to five seniors with considerable playing experience. Alseth and Chris Nanco both started in all 25 games last year. Liam Callahan started in 24 games and, while Kenny Lassiter started only one game, he played in 19. Newcomer Sergio Camargo scored four goals and had five assists last year at Coastal Carolina, earning him second-team conference honors.Alseth has not yet scored, but he assisted on Sunday’s game winner over Loyola Marymount, and he’s generated good looks on goal. Nanco scored SU’s first goal of the season and Callahan, Lassiter and Camargo either scored or assisted on a goal in the season opener last Friday. Those five seniors totaled 13 goals last year and are expected to step up.Tack on a group of newcomers who have already seen time in the early going, and the offensive attack could be even deeper. Freshman forward Johannes Pieles, who hails from Germany, has already notched a two-goal game, including an overtime game winner. He has also assisted on a goal.Freshman midfielders Mo Adams and John-Austin Ricks, sophomore midfielder Jonathan Hagman and freshman Hampus Bergdahl also will provide attacking options. Louis Cross, a defender, assisted on Nanco’s lone goals this year.“We’ve got a lot of goals in them,” Alseth said. “Collectively, we’re going to be able to replace those.”That’s just what Syracuse did on Sunday night. Pieles, playing in Lassiter’s place, headed the ball into the net to beat LMU, 2-1, giving SU a 2-0 start to the season.“We’re certainly unproven,” McIntyre said, but “we’ve got some new blood.” Comments Published on August 29, 2016 at 9:28 pm Contact Matthew: email@example.com | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+
What’s New in TechnologyLatest News for EntrepreneursOur Best Videos This article was written by Quida B. Davis, a dynamic frugal coach in Atlanta, GA.Last year, spending on Easter items including flowers, candy, clothing, and food; topped $16.4 billion.[Related: 5 Ways to Cut Small Business Expenses with Tech]Shoppers are leaving thousands of dollars on the table because they fail to use money saving apps. These apps provide some of the best steals and deals for this Easter holiday:Target Cartwheel: The Target Cartwheel app is a must-have if you love shopping in Target. There are savings to gain in addition to using store coupons, manufacture coupons, reusable bags, and the Target Red card. Select offers can save shoppers anywhere from 5% – 50%. Sign up at Cartwheel.Target.com and download this app.Ibotta:Â The cash back in the ibotta app is simply amazing. This is a must-have app to use this Easter. There are many ways to get cash back from stores on several items, including non-grocery. You can even purchase clearance items. Download the app; unlock the rebates; shop at the selected stores; verify your purchases, and you will receive cash back within 48 hours. You also have the option of linking a store loyalty card and never having to worry about submitting a receipt. As a bonus, there are great ways to obtain your cash, including Paypal, Amazon, Starbucks, Sephora, Walmart, and iTunes gift cards.,Saving Star:Â The Saving Star app has many ways, both in-store and online, to get cash back. You can find Easter cash back savings on grocery-related items including healthy food offers. Download the app, select offers, use a card at checkout (or take a picture of the receipt), and get cash in your Saving Star account within 2-22 days. You receive an email when cash has posted to your account. Payout options can be to your PayPal account or to Starbucks, iTunes, AMC Theatres and more. Get cash back even from online retailers, including Sears, Old Navy, Macy’s and more.Checkout 51: Here is another wonderful app to save on your Easter meal preparations. Earn cash back when you buy groceries and non-grocery items with Checkout 51. New offers are updated every Thursday a.m. Download the app, choose your offers, purchase them at any store and upload your receipt either through the app or on their website. When your account reaches $20, they send you a check. be_ixf; php_sdk; php_sdk_1.4.18 https://www.blackenterprise.com/4-apps-for-the-best-easter-shopping-steals-and-deals/ https://www.blackenterprise.com/4-apps-for-the-best-easter-shopping-steals-and-deals/