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Good for Tottenham and Arsenal: Top target promised June exit

Good for Tottenham and Arsenal: Top target promised June exit

Sports
Battle of North London Tottenham and Arsenal are set to battle it out for one star forward in the summer transfer window after he revealed he has been promised a June exit. That player comes in the form of Bordeaux forward Malcom who looked set to join one of the North London clubs last month. Though, it was decided that he would remain in France until the end of the season as Arsenal sealed a deal for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Spurs bought Lucas Moura. While that could well be the end of Malcom’s hopes of moving to the Premier League, it is thought that Mauricio Pochettino is still on the lookout for attacking reinforcement. That could lead to the player moving in June having been promised a move in the summer. “Yes, there was a promise that I will be negotiating in June. 
Rachel Brand’s Exit Signal A Massive Criminal Obstruction Of Justice Is Coming From Trump

Rachel Brand’s Exit Signal A Massive Criminal Obstruction Of Justice Is Coming From Trump

Politics
Rachel Brand’s departure from DOJ signals that massive criminal obstruction of justice could be coming from Trump. Video: Rachel Brand's departure from DOJ signals that massive criminal obstruction of justice could be coming. #rachelbrand #Russiascandal pic.twitter.com/53FVNvGKcF — Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) February 10, 2018 On The Beat With Ari Melber, Julian Epstein said, “I think […] The post Rachel Brand’s Exit Signal A Massive Criminal Obstruction Of Justice Is Coming From Trump appeared first on Politicus USA.
Raise softly and deliver a big exit

Raise softly and deliver a big exit

Breaking News
 In the world of venture capital, the prospect of a successful “exit” looms large in the minds of investors. A VC’s business model is less about the money that goes into a startup than it is about what comes out. It’s true that most companies fail to exit gracefully, and of those that do, surprisingly few exit by going public. Read More