Georginio Wijnaldum: The Dutchman scored FOUR goals against Norwich in 2015/16 Newcastle are yet to receive an acceptable bid for midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum despite speculation he is close to joining Liverpool.It is understood that there has been contact between the two clubs and that a fee for the £25million-rated Dutchman has been discussed.However, sources on Tyneside have indicated that the terms proposed to date do not meet the club’s requirements and as such, no deal is in place.The Magpies do not want to sell Wijnaldum, who joined them in a £14.5million switch from PSV Eindhoven last summer, and have no need to do so despite suffering relegation from the Premier League.But there is also an acceptance that every player has his price, and that a disgruntled player could be more trouble than he is worth and should Liverpool come up with the right money on the right terms, they may well do business.Wijnaldum, whose situation is also being monitored by Tottenham, was Newcastle’s leading scorer last season with 11 goals, four of them in a 6-2 league demolition of Norwich, although his form was patchy and he was unable to help the club retain its top-flight status following the appointment of Rafael Benitez as manager.The Spaniard is hopeful of keeping many of his big names to lead the fight for a swift return, but is also aware that sacrifices may have to be made to fund his rebuilding work.Andros Townsend, who had a £13million release clause in his contract, has already left for Crystal Palace, while Wijnaldum and France international Moussa Sissoko, who could cost up to £35million, have been linked with a series of potential buyers in recent weeks.However, neither has yet attracted an offer which matches the Magpies’ criteria and will not be allowed to leave unless that changes. 1
Yuk! Lifford waterTHIS is the drinking water a mother and her three children have been left with – three days after highlighting the issue on Donegal Daily.Siobhan Kelly, from the Castlefin Road in Lifford, contacted us at the weekend – with pictures of water that looked more like Fanta than H2O!Our story has been followed up on other media since. But instead of getting it fixed by Donegal County Council, Siobhan’s water is heading from looking like Fanta to looking more like Coke!She’s had to put up with this for SIX YEARS.“It’s costing me a fortune buying bottled water,” she told Donegal Daily.“Why I should have to put up with this in 2013. It’s a basic human right to have access to clean water. Ms Kelly has already slammed the council for failing to deal with the issue.“I’ve pleaded with everyone to help, but it’s like banging my head off a brick wall,” she said.Below is the picture we showed you of her water – taken on Saturday night.MUM’S ANGER AS DRINKING WATER GETS EVEN WORSE! was last modified: May 15th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:MUM’S ANGER AS DRINKING WATER GETS EVEN WORSE!