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Barcelona Agree To Sell Striker Luis Suárez To Atlético Madrid

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Barcelona have agreed to let striker Luis Suarez join La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid.

The Uruguayan agreed terms on a reduced salary with atletico after a move to Juventus fell through because of passport issues.

Reports say Barcelona chairman Josep Maria Bartomeu blocked the deal because he did not wish to sell to a Spanish rival.

But, after meeting with Suarez’s representatives, the Catalan club backed down, with the striker threatening to air his grievances to the media.

Suarez will earn half of the 30m euros a year he earned at Barcelona

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Arsenal Outcast Ozil Arrives In Turkey To Finalize Fenerbahce Deal

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Mesut Ozil arrived in turkey to start his move to Fenerbahce.

The former German midfielder, of Turkish descent, hasn’t played for arsenal since march, after falling out of favor with manager, Mikel Arteta, over concerns about the player’s work rate.

After 7 years at arsenal, which he joined from Real Madrid, Ozil is heading to one of the favored clubs of turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Fenerbahce won the last of its 19 Turkish League titles in 2014. The team has not been in the Champions League group stage since a match-fixing scandal broke in 2011.

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Trump National Golf Club Stripped Of 2022 PGA Championship

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Trump’s national golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, owned by us president Donald Trump, has been stripped of the 2022 PGA championship.

The board of directors of the Professional Golf Association of America voted to exercise the right to terminate the agreement to play the 2022 PGA championship at Trump Bedminster.

In a video posted on the organization’s website, PGA of America president, Jim Richerson added that hosting the tournament at the course in new jersey would tarnish the image of the PGA of America.

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Scotland’s Lower Leagues Suspended For Three Weeks Due To COVID-19

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All Scottish football below the second tier championship has been suspended for three weeks because of a surge in COVID-19 cases across the country.

The Scottish Football Association says it has allowed professional sport to continue as long as stringent testing protocols are followed and the second tier begins testing on a weekly basis.

The Scottish cup has also been suspended with fixtures before Feb the 1st set to be rescheduled.

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