Juventus move ahead of Man United in race for £20m Belgian ace

first_img Axel Witsel 1 Juventus have moved ahead of Manchester United in the race for Axel Witsel after they made a £20m offer for the Belgian.The midfielder has impressed since moving to Zenit St Peterbsurg for £32.5m in 2012, sparking interest from several sides.Prior to moving to Russia, the 26-year-old had been on the radar of Manchester United and the Red Devils were expected to make a move again for him this summer.However, according to Sky Italia, Juventus have opened the bidding for Witsel.The Italian champions have already seen a £13m bid rejected by the Russian side, who are determined to keep hold of their man.Back in January, the midfielder expressed his desire to move on from Zenit and he is expected to leave this summer.Witsel told Bleacher Report: “I want to play in one of the top clubs in Europe one day. It’s true that I like the Premier League, because it is one of the best leagues in the world, for me, together with Germany and Spain.”last_img read more

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Flights to London City from Copenhagen have been l

first_imgFlights to London City from Copenhagen have been launched by British Airways (BA), with what is the carrier’s first route to Scandinavia.The airline will start a double daily weekday service from the Docklands to the Danish capital, providing a direct link between the cities.There will also be a flight to London from Copenhagen on Saturdays, while one journey will take place in the opposite direction on Sundays.Due to commence on September 12th, the new flights will be operated by BA subsidiary BA CityFlyer on its fleet of Embraer 190 aeroplanes.Luke Hayhoe, commercial manager of BA CityFlyer, said: “This has been a year of firsts for us at London City Airport, with new leisure focused flights to the Balearic Islands launched earlier in the year and now our first ever venture into Scandinavia.He added that the flights were established in response to demand from business and leisure customers.Earlier this month, BA and its partners American Airlines and Iberia had plans to operate a joint business on transatlantic flights approved by regulators.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedBA CityFlyer to launch flights to StockholmBA CityFlyer to launch flights to StockholmFlights to Gothenburg to be launched by BAFlights to Gothenburg to be launched by BABA adds new London City servicesBA adds new London City serviceslast_img read more

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