Tottenham weighing up approach for £10m-rated Shakhtar Donetsk star

first_imgTottenham are considering an approach for highly-rated Shakhtar Donetsk winger Marlos.The Brazilian shone for the Ukrainian giants last season, scoring 12 goals and laying on a further 15 assists, but the club’s failure to claim the league title for a second consecutive season has put his future in doubt.Marlos is reportedly on Inter Milan’s radar, while Spurs are on the hunt for a playmaker to provide competition for Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli next term.According to Calcio Mercato, both clubs are lining up bids for the 27-year-old, whose contract with Shakhtar expires in 2019.An offer in excess of £10m could be enough to persuade Shakhtar to part with their star man, who is understood to be in favour of a move to north London over Milan. Shakhtar Donetsk winger Marlos 1last_img read more

Bulk Carrier Tanker Collide in Dover Strait

first_imgzoom A bulk carrier and an oil tanker collided in the Dover Strait in the early morning hours of June 1, according to the UK Coastguard.The officials informed that, although both vessels have been damaged, there was no water ingress and no pollution. A French tug was on scene with the vessels.Additionally, there were no injuries reported following the incident and all of the crew aboard the tanker Seafrontier and the bulk carrier Huayang Endeavour are accounted for. The tanker is loaded with 37,953mt of gasoline and has 27 people on board, while the bulker is in ballast and has 22 people on board.The UK Coastguard Channel Navigation Information Service has continued to work throughout the incident and was ensuring the safe passage of vessels through the Dover Strait Traffic Separation Scheme. The coastguard continues to monitor the situation, while the MCA Counter Pollution and Salvage and an MCA surveyor have all been informed and are working to resolve the situation.Huayang Endeavour was on route to Lagos and Seafrontier was on route to Puerto Barrios, when they collided. The vessels have Chinese and Indian crews on board.last_img read more