Loading… The Ivory Coast international’s deal was due to expire in the summer but according to ESPN, United have exercised a clause to extend it. Bailly has not featured for United this season after sustaining a serious knee injury in pre-season but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted he could be involved in the squad for Sunday’s trip to champions-elect Liverpool after playing over an hour for the U23s last week.‘He’s very close, he might be back for the weekend,’ Solskjaer said. ‘We’ve got a game arranged today with the reserves, so he’ll play that one.‘Hopefully he’ll get 90 minutes, because he didn’t feel any after-effects from the game on Friday so he might be ready for Liverpool.’ Promoted ContentThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Portuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWhy Do Americans Consider Him To Be The Best President?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World Manchester United have reportedly triggered a two-year contract option to tie down defender Eric Bailly until 2022.Advertisement Read Also: Man United defender agrees Inter Milan switchDespite the defender’s struggles with fitness, Solskjaer views Bailly as an important part of his squad.Bailly has made just 74 appearances for United since joining in a £30million deal from Villarreal in 2016.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Cepe urged local officials to allocatefunds for projects that will make their barangays and institutionschild-friendly. The Child Development Pre-SchoolCongress will be held on the 3rd week of November to showcase the talents ofyoung children. Juliana Cepe, provincial planning anddevelopment coordinator, emphasized the need to pursue children’s rights andthe implementation of an ordinance that will ensure the participation,protection, survival, and development of children. There will also be advocacy sessionsfor children of overseas Filipino workers and student leaders on various topicssuch as cyber-crime, mental health/expression, financial literacy, andmigration realities, among other topics.(Witha report from PIA-Antique/PN) Other activities for the Children’sMonth include a quiz contest, poster-making contest and disaster simulationexercise in some selected schools. In the observance of the children’s month, the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Antique has approved Provincial Ordinance No. 2019-184 enacting the 2019 Children’s Code on Monday, emphasizing the need to pursue children’s rights. WALL STREET INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE Since then, the presentation of theState of the Children’s Report, to be delivered by Gov. Rhodora Cadiao on Nov.29, was made an annual undertaking of the provincial government. The provincial government here hasbeen actively working on the development of its child-friendly communities wayback in 2000, during the implementation of Country Program for Children wherethe province was the pilot area of the United Nations Children’s Fund. SAN JOSE, Antique – The SangguniangPanlalawigan here has approved Provincial Ordinance No. 2019-184 enacting the2019 Children’s Code on Monday in the observance of the children’s month.
Former England international and football pundit Paul Merson says he would be shocked if Odion Ighalo turned down a permanent move to Manchester United and return to parent club Shanghai Shenhua at the end of the season.Eyebrows were raised when United completed a loan agreement for Ighalo on the final day of theJanuary transfer window but the 30-year-old striker has proved his doubters wrong thus far, racking up] four goals and one assist in his opening eight appearances for the team. The Red Devils are already considering making Ighalo’s deal permanent for a fee of £15million in the summer and reports suggest the Nigerian, a lifelong United fan, is keen to stay on at Old Trafford even if that means accepting a pay cut.However, Shanghai Shenhua have not given up hope of Ighalo returning to China and have offered the forward £400,000-a-week wages to stay on with them.Discussing Ighalo’s impressive start at United, Merson told Sky Sports: ‘When Odion Ighalo arrived at Manchester United in January, I didn’t really want to get involved in any conversations about him because, either way, there was a danger of being made to look silly. ‘“If you said he was going to be awful he could embarrass you badly by performing like he did during that brilliant year he had with Watford or if you said he was going to be a good signing, he could still be theplayer who put in some awful showings just before he left Watford.“I didn’t want to get involved in that because it was a no-win situation. However, what I can say now is that he’s been absolutely outstanding since he arrived at Old Trafford.I know he hasn’t played a lot of football but when he’s come off the bench and when he has got some game time, he’s looked class.”On whether United should sign the Nigeria international on a permanent basis, Merson added: “It’s a hard decision Manchester United have to make regarding his future because if you give him a contract, can he perform again that next season? When you go to a club on loan you’ve got that hunger of wanting to secure a permanent move, prove everybody inside the club right and everybody outside the club wrong.” All of a sudden, you give someone a contract and they think they’ve done all the hard work. You’ve only got to look at his time at Watford.He looked a world-beater but then next minute he couldn’t score a goal for toffee. But if you are going on the form he’s showed since coming to the club in January it’sgoing to be hard to get rid of him – and don’t worry about the new mega money offers in China.“He’s said all the right things since joining Manchester United. He’s turned around enough times and said he’s dreamed of playing for United so if they do offer him a permanent deal, I can’t see him turning it down. Everything’s gone right for him so far and if United do offer him a chance to stay, I’d be shocked if he walked away.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Odion Ighalo