Liverpool are plotting a world record bid for PSG star Kylian Mbappe, it’s been claimed. cleared Kylian Mbappe set to battle Dortmund in round of 16 The Sun reports Liverpool are prepared to make a world-record £250m bid for Mbappe, should Real Madrid land Sadio Mane. Liverpool forward Mane is high on Real Madrid’s transfer wishlist and Zinedine Zidane is determined to get his man in the summer window.Advertisement Promoted ContentSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That ExistBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearLook At Something Beautiful That Wasn’t Made By A Human BeingWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Deepika Padukone’s Most Memorable LooksWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World Loading… Senegal international Mane put pen to paper on new terms with Liverpool just 18 months ago. The 28-year-old signed a deal worth £150,000-a-week, which will keep him on Merseyside until 2023. But according to The Sun of UK, Mane’s representatives have been approached about a possible transfer away from Anfield.Mbappe switch to Real Madrid was ‘almost done’ before COVID-19 read also: Mane is expected to snub Los Blancos, but should Real Madrid entice the forward to Spain, Liverpool will reportedly move quickly to replace him with Mbappe. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
By Jerry Mackey Plenty of excitement was witnessed by the fans in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature. When the checkers flew it was Brett Vanous making his way to victory lane following a spirited battle with second place finisher Nathan Ballard. Troy Cordes was the Sunday IMCA Modified feature winner at Benton County Speedway. (Photo by Jim Wittke) Outside front row starter Tony Olson put on a dominating performance in winning the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod main. Olson ran the extreme high side the entire race in leading flag to flag. Dylan VanWyk made the bottom work well but not good enough to get by Olson in settling for second. The IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature belonged to Shawn Ritter. He ran the extreme low line the entire race and held back Damon Murty in getting to the checkers first. VINTON, Iowa (June 14) – Sunday’s IMCA Modified 20-lap feature saw long-time Benton County Speedway racer Troy Cordes outduel Dylan Thornton from California for the win. Nearly 100 race car drivers packed the pit area. The Specialty Promotions group provided another excellent race track that provided plenty of side by side racing in all divisions. The two traded the lead several times before Cordes was able to take control late in the race. Thornton ran a close second ahead of last week’s winner Tom Berry Jr.
He continued: “I hope Daniel Jones has a lot of success for Giants’ fans sakes, for his sake, but the fact of the matter is, every single one of the Giants’ three picks last night, they overvalued that player by, at a minimum, 10 spots. That’s a disaster, just from a value proposition.”They could have gotten a Pro Bowl defensive end next year at six, gotten Daniel Jones at 17, got Dexter Lawrence at 37 (Friday), because Lawrence would have still been available, and they didn’t need to trade up to get a corner because everybody in the league had corners rated differently.”What made @joelklatt say the #NYGiants had a disastrous #NFLDraft 1st Round?LISTEN: pic.twitter.com/vZg4YapSxx— Rich Eisen Show (@RichEisenShow) April 26, 2019Jones was the most polarizing of the three first-round picks for the Giants yesterday as few teams had him going in the top 10 picks, much less the top six. ESPN analyst Mel Kiper had him valued in the 20s while Todd McShay had him in the 50s. Giants fans and the New York media were understandably confused and outspoken in their distaste for the pick. The back page of the New York Post bore a headline reading “Blue’s Clueless” with a photo of Jones as the focus of the piece. People aren’t happy and Klatt understands why. NFL Draft 2019: 5 takeaways from the first round The responses only got worse when New York took a nose tackle in Dexter Lawrence at No. 17 and then moved up to get cornerback Deandre Baker out of Georgia. Fox Sports analyst Joel Klatt was as confused as everyone else and called the round “disastrous.””I think it might take years to recover from it,” Klatt said on the Rich Eisen Show on Friday. “There’s no doubt about it. You cannot miss when you’ve got the opportunity to have two first-round picks when you’re drafting quarterbacks.” Related News When the Raiders took Clelin Ferrell at No. 4, much of the draft world was in shock and awe at the selection and perceived reach Oakland made.Reactions to that pick paled in comparison, though, to how Giants fans responded when New York took Daniel Jones sixth overall when Dwayne Haskins remained on the board. “I always separate out, what do you do against quality opponents?” Klatt said. “What do you do when it’s a like opponent, when things are difficult on you? So that’s why I brought up the stat about Dwayne Haskins against top-25 yards per play defenses, he played five of those games last year. He was 62 percent, around 300 yards, 15 touchdowns, one interception, best of anybody in the top two rounds as far as quarterbacks go.”Meanwhile, Daniel Jones was last on that list of any of the quarterbacks I had rated for the top two rounds, 59 percent, barely 230 yards, five touchdowns, three interceptions with a rating just above 100, so for me, that matters.”Now, you can also say Haskins had a better supporting cast and I totally agree with that, again I hope Daniel Jones has a lot of success, but man it just felt like a giant reach for me based on what was happening at the college level in particular against quality opponents.”