Transfer news RECAP: Martinez agrees to join Villa on four-year deal

According to a Bloomberg report on Tuesday, Hertz filed for debtor-in-possession financing, indicating choppy waters ahead. DIP financing comes from creditors who believe a company has a solid recovery plan to execute as it works to restructure. But as a rental car companies are reliant on travelers, the industry’s likely in for a gloomy outlook considering the coronavirus pandemic continues unchecked in numerous parts of the world. 

The filing indicated the company has $1.4 billion of cash on hand, though revenue plunged 67% in the second quarter. If there’s a smidge of a silver lining, Hertz did say demand has slowly started to recover each month, but it’s nowhere near pre-COVID-19 levels. Still, the firm plans to offload another 182,000 cars in its rental fleet. According to the report, Hertz already sold off 100,000 cars as it reached a deal to forgo lease payments on the vehicles’ master lease to save money amid bankruptcy.

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The Hertz bankruptcy ordeal continues, and while the rental car company continues to offload used cars at some dirt-cheap prices, it still needs other sources of cash in the meantime.

Aina’s signing follows the capture of midfielder Harrison Reed, goalkeeper Alphonse Areola, right back Kenny Tete and midfielder Mario Lemina and left back Antonee Robinson while winger Anthony Knockaert’s loan move was made permanent.

Frank Lampard reveals how he persuades players to join Chelsea

Chelsea have shelled out more than £200million overhauling their squad this summer, and every high-profile new recruit has cited Lampard’s personal touch as pivotal to their signature.

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Neymar reveals he is ‘super happy’ as the PSG star returns… Lens 1-0 PSG: French champions humbled without Neymar,… Fulham complete signing of PSG goalkeeper Alphonse Areola on… PSG have been decimated by coronavirus with Neymar and…

Tottenham join Man United in race for Sergio Reguilon

Spurs want to sign a left-back before the transfer window closes and the Real Madrid defender is emerging as a contender to fill the role. The £25m price tag is one that both club are able to meet.

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Hoeness accuses Liverpool and Man Utd of ‘blackmail’ over Thiago

Liverpool are the frontrunners, with United also interested, but Hoeness has accused the two English clubs of underhand tactics in order to sign the 29-year-old Spanish international.

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‘I’m keen to give my best for Paris Saint-Germain and the supporters. We have extraordinary challenges ahead of us this season, and it will be a pleasure and an honour to face them alongside my new teammates, who are among the best players in the world.’

Real Madrid will pay half of Gareth Bale’s £600,000-a-week… Real Madrid want Kylian Mbappe, Dayot Upamecano AND Eduardo… Real Madrid will have to PAY UP Gareth Bale’s £60m contract… Eden Hazard has very little credit in the bank from his…

Neymar reveals he is ‘super happy’ as the PSG star returns… Lens 1-0 PSG: French champions humbled without Neymar,… Fulham complete signing of PSG goalkeeper Alphonse Areola on… PSG have been decimated by coronavirus with Neymar and…

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Arsenal submit Raya bid

The Gunners are launching a £10m bid to sign Brentford goalkeeper David Raya. The Bees stopper was omitted from Thomas Frank’s squad in the opening day defeat by Birmingham.

Arsenal ‘prepare £10m bid for for Brentford goalkeeper David Raya’

Arsenal are reportedly set to waste no time in addressing their goalkeeping situation and make a £10million bid for Brentford’s David Raya, once Emilioano Martinez leaves the club.

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Though Everton may appear a step down for someone who has graced clubs of that stature, Rodriguez has twice been signed under current Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti and spoke to his international team-mate Yerry Mina before committing to Goodison.

Bale has another two years on his contract with Real, who seem desperate to offload him. Reports this week suggested the Spanish champions will pay half of Bale’s £600,000-a-week wage if someone takes him. 

He added: ‘At other clubs, they would be building a statue outside the ground to celebrate him but he has been treated with disrespect by Real Madrid for a long time now and clearly he needs to find more a way to get out of there because he has not played enough football in recent months.’

Real Madrid will pay half of Gareth Bale’s £600,000-a-week… Real Madrid want Kylian Mbappe, Dayot Upamecano AND Eduardo… Real Madrid will have to PAY UP Gareth Bale’s £60m contract… Eden Hazard has very little credit in the bank from his…

Alexandre Lacazette insists he is ‘really happy’ at Arsenal

Lacazette – who opened the scoring at Craven Cottage – has been linked with a move to Atletico Madrid but the French forward dismissed any suggestions he is unhappy at the Emirates.

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