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De Gea not close to signing new contract with Manchester United

De Gea not close to signing new contract with Manchester United

What could be a worrying development for Manchester United, reports claim goalkeeper David de Gea is not close to signing a new contract with Manchester United. Fears that he might join Real Madrid died down after Real bought Courtois from Chelsea. But De Gea is not close to agreeing new terms, while his current contract ends at the end of next year.
Real Madrid thrash Roma at the Bernabeu

Real Madrid thrash Roma at the Bernabeu

Real Madrid started the defence of their Champions League title with a strong performance, beating Roma 3-0 at home. The scoring was opened by Isco from a freekick at the stroke of halftime. Nine minutes after the restart, Gareth Bale scored, continuing his impressive form for the season. The game was done and dusted when Mariano Diaz scored Real's third on 90 mins.
Jet Airways to stop free meals

Jet Airways to stop free meals

New Delhi, Sep 20: Cash-strapped Jet Airways will stop serving free meals to customers who book flights under its 'economy light' and 'economy deal' options. This will come into effect for tickets purchased from September 25 and for travel on or after September 28. The airline said following this, its tickets in these two buckets will become cheaper.

US ready to restart negotiations with North Korea: Mike Pompeo

US ready to restart negotiations with North Korea: Mike Pompeo

Mike Pompeo, the US Secretary of State, has claimed that the United States is ready to restart negotiations with North Korea, aiming to denuclearize Pyongyang by 2021. Discussions between the two countries had stalled after an initially cordial summit between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump. Officials of the two countries will be soon meeting in Vienna. 
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