Ibrahimovic rules out January loan move

first_imgZlatan Ibrahimovic has put an end to speculation linking him with a loan move to a European club in JanuaryThe 37-year-old striker had been linked with moves to former clubs Manchester United and AC Milan with even Real Madrid being touted as a possible destination.But, on the back of his first season in the MLS with new club LA Galaxy, Ibrahimovic has no plans on going anywhere.“If I belong to Galaxy, I am a Galaxy player,” said Ibrahimovic, according to Sky Sports.“I don’t go abroad and do these things – loan and this… I don’t need that.“I mean if I belong to one club, I stay in one club. I focus on that club and I give all my attention to that club, so that is not in my mind.”After failing to reach the MLS Cup playoff places, Ibrahimovic insists that Galaxy must challenge for silverware if he is to remain.“For me to return, I want to be able to challenge for the trophy,” Ibrahimovic said. “I am not here for a vacation. I am here for the challenge.harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“I want to feel I have a chance to be the best in MLS – my team, not me, because I am the best. I want to feel my team against the other ones.“In the long term, I don’t know how it looks like. It is new for me – I am here six or seven months.“But the club knows all my wishes and all my demands. It is up to them what they want.“But they are positive and they have been very good to me. They have helped me and my family with whatever I need.“Let’s say I am not worried.”Galaxy president Chris Klein also confirmed Ibrahimovic remains a part of their plans for next season.The Swede finished last season with 22 goals and seven assists in 26 MLS games for Galaxy.last_img read more

Clash over cable business kills Juba League man

first_imgA bullet-hit woman being taken to hospital. Photo: Prothom AloAn activist of Juba League, the youth wing of ruling Awami League, was killed in a clash between two groups over controlling cable network business in Chattogram city.The deceased is Faridul Islam, 40. Several others including children were also injured in the clash. The incident took place at Mia Baper Mashjid area of DC Road under Chakbazar police station in the city on Friday. Speaking to Prothom Alo, victim Faridul’s daughter Farzana Fara told Prothom Alo that local Juba League activists Faisal and Russell shot her father dead as they wanted to control cable network business in the area for long.Although police were apprised of the matter, but they didn’t care, she alleged. If police remained in the spot, her father was not killed.  Police patrol in the area after the clash. Photo: Prothom Alo.Chattogram Metropolitan Police deputy commissioner (South) SM Mostain Hossain said police visited the DC Road area on Friday morning as a tense situation was prevailing between the two groups over controlling cable network business there. As the situation became normal, policemen were withdrawn from the spot, he added.The police official said the law enforcers rushed to the spot as all of a sudden in the afternoon, a clash erupted between the two feuding groups. He said they were trying to detain those who were involved in the incident.last_img read more