Canada: Sevilla attracts Nianzou - the negotiations are running

Negotiations in the collective bargaining conflict for port workers posted

 Negotiations in the collective bargaining conflict for port workers posted in the collective bargaining conflict for port workers, the Verdi union and the harbor companies again postpone their negotiations. Both sides controversially evaluated the state of negotiations. © Julian Weber/dpa Hafen employees with Verdi flags in a protest withdrawal in Hamburg in mid-July. "We approached each other today, but still have a few points apart," reported the Central Association of the German Sea Harbor (ZDS) after the ninth round of negotiations.

of FC Sevilla wants to hire Tanguy Nianzou from FC Bayern. The 20-year-old central defender was won two years ago as a promising talent of PSG, but was never able to meet the expectations.

Hat bei Bayern kaum Aussichten auf Spielzeit: Tanguy Nianzou. © Imago/Kolbert-Press has hardly any prospects for season at Bavaria: Tanguy Nianzou.

Bayern defenders before moving to Spain?

This idea makes sense. FC Sevilla wants to sign Tanguy Nianzou (20). FC Bayern is negotiating with the Spanish club about an immediate transfer of the central defender, who could never hold in Munich what the Bayern bosses had hoped for when he was hired in 2020.

Nianzou was fetched from Paris Saint Germain as a great talent for the defense two years ago. But in two seasons he was used in only 28 competitive games, replacing 19 times once and four times; So he only played five times over 90 minutes and scored a goal. Among other things, various injuries prevented him (shoulder, muscle bundle tear in the thigh) and Corona.

prospects by de Ligt even bad

after the purchase of the Dutch Matthijs de Ligt, Nianzous's views in Munich have deteriorated, he is only the fourth strength behind the other two established central defenders Lucas Hernandez and Dayot Upamecano. Benjamin Pavard also wants to service in the defense center. At FC Sevilla, the Frenchman could also prove himself in the Champions League.

Brian Jean: Alberta needs constitutional change, not a virtue signalling Sovereignty Act .
Responding to Danielle Smith’s proposed Alberta Sovereignty Act is challenging because Smith herself simultaneously portrays it as both a constitutional hand grenade and a mere exercise in legal virtue signalling. Her examples of the provocations from Ottawa to Alberta are correct and anger me as well, but normal everyday Albertans need to recognize that the Alberta Sovereignty Act is counter-productive and harmful. It is also likely unconstitutional.

See also