Mourinho Set To Sign Ex-Real Madrid Legend To Roma.
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Jose Mourinho is keen on luring former Real Madrid player and captain, Sergio Ramos, to AS Roma this summer.
A report by La Gazzetta dello Sport gathered that the Spanish footballer is being eyed by Mourinho, who is looking to make him one of his signings at the club.
The report added that Mourinho has made contact with the veteran defender in an attempt to convince him to join Roma ahead of next season.
Laporta Want Ronaldo To Join Barcelona.
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Barcelona is ready to give Juventus three players in a swap deal for their forward, Cristiano Ronaldo.
According to Diario AS, Barcelona president, Joan Laporta, is eager to sign Ronaldo and he is prepared to use Antoine Griezmann, Philippe Coutinho and Sergio Roberto as a makeweight in a deal for the Portugal captain.
Laporta is formulating an audacious plan to unite Ronaldo with captain Lionel Messi at Camp Nou.
Ronaldo has a year remaining on his contract with Juventus.
The 36-year-old has been strongly linked with a transfer move away from Juventus this summer.
Buhari Sends Special Message To Iranian President, Raisi.
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President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday sent greetings to the newly elected President of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi.
In a reaction to the outcome of the election in Abuja, President Buhari said that Raisi deserves his victory in the presidential election.
According to Buhari, the election of Iran’s new president Ebrahim Raisi once again reinforces the centrality of the will of the people to the success of democracy anywhere in the world.
National Assembly Won’t Gag Media – Senate.
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The Senate has said it was not possible for the 9th National Assembly to stiffen the media in Nigeria with its current amendments to the acts which established the National Broadcasting Commission and the Nigerian Press Council.
The Spokesperson for the Senate, Dr. Ajibola Basiru, who gave the assurance on Monday, said the amendments to the acts and other relevant laws should not be misinterpreted as an attempt to gag the freedom of speech and free press in the country.
Basiru spoke in an interview with journalists at the sidelines of a two-day capacity building training for Media Aides to Principal Officers of the National Assembly, organised by the National Institute for Legislative and Democratic Studies in Abuja on Monday.