It is not the only case that would occur at Chelsea since Pedro Rodríguez, Willy Caballero, Olivier Giroud and Van Ginkel they are free from June 30 to sign with any club. Unsuccessful negotiations for renewalWillian He has always felt very comfortable in London, for this reason his intention was to continue playing with the shirt in the Chelsea. At 31, the idea of the extreme was to sign a contract for three seasons but the blue entity, through Marina Granovskaia, put on the table a two-year offer and a reduction in its emoluments. Both positions are now far apart.The Brazilian knows that they have a good sign and Tottenham Y Arsenal (both from London) would not see his arrival as bad eyes. He also linked the international with the Barcelona in the past and depending on how the market evolves, interest can be retaken. Even the Juventus, always very ready to sign free players, she would not rule out making an offer to the player either. The Premier League announced that it will not resume the competition until at least April 30. At first, the competition had stopped until April 4, but the advance of the coronavirus has caused the English authorities have decided to extend the postponement. Which makes it almost impossible for it to end before June 1, as stipulated by the English Federation, and it may last until July. In this situation there are many footballers who end their contract on June 30. One of them is Willian, Chelsea footballer. The Brazilian, before the events that may arise, expressed his position in a Facebook chat in the middle Interactive Sport: “If I had to play on those dates, in these months, I think that nor would it be a problem for me to finish the league in a way that was true to the clubas they always were with me. “William would not mind playing without a contract with Chelsea during the month of July for loyalty to the club that signed him in January 2013, from Shakhtar.” But without a doubt, as always, I will always be ready to give the best to my club, regardless of my contractual situation. I honestly think my contract ends in July. But it is clear that this is not a certainty, we do not know what can happen, “said Willian.
Donegal Labour Senator Jimmy Harte called for a 32-county solution to diesel laundering. “There is fuel laundering along the Border, from Derry to Dundalk and now as far south as Dublin,’’ he said.He added that there was a massive opportunity for people to make huge profits on a single tanker of diesel. Mr Harte told the Irish Times he knew of a case in Donegal where the garage owner was convicted but the garage continued to operate and everyone knew where the diesel was being laundered.“Some garages reopen the day after being raided,’’ he added. “These people are willing to lose the cost of one day’s trading for the massive profits.’’Mr Harte said smuggling had been going on since the Border was established.“Some people have made a lot of money out of it and criminals have used it to enrich themselves,’’ he added. “It will continue until we devise a solution.’’ Fellow Donegal Senator Brian Ó Domhnaill (FF) estimated that the annual cost of diesel laundering to the taxpayer was between €120 million to €150 million, although the figure could be much higher.He added it also had consequences for consumers who purchased laundered fuel in the belief they were getting value for money.“While they may be able to buy fuel at a lower price than that available at legitimate fuel suppliers, I know an individual in Donegal who had the engine of his car wrecked as a result of buying laundered diesel,’’ Mr Ó Domhnaill added.Minister of State for Finance Brian Hayes said Revenue had made action against illegal fuel-related activities one of its top priorities and had adopted a comprehensive strategy.“There is an intensified targeting, in co-operation with other law enforcement agencies on both sides of the Border, of fuel laundering,’’ he added. “That has been ongoing.’’ Mr Hayes said one of the objectives was to cause maximum disruption to laundering plants and networks and to prevent trading by stations operating outside the law.HARTE DEMANDS 32 COUNTY SOLUTION TO DIESEL LAUNDERING was last modified: May 24th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
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