Alexandre Lacazette: Bad news for West Ham as PSG plot £40m move for striker

first_img Alexandre Lacazette celebrates scoring for Lyon Paris Saint-Germain have muscled in on West Ham’s pursuit of Alexandre Lacazette.The Hammers had a £31m bid rejected by Lyon on Tuesday but are expected to return with a better offer later on in the summer.However, after hearing about West Ham’s approach, PSG have now rekindled their interest in the forward and are willing to stump up £40m.The French champions are on the hunt for a new striker this summer following the departure of the talismanic Zlatan Ibrahimovic.And Lacazette, who netted 23 goals in 44 appearances for Lyon last term, now appears to be the club’s No.1 target.Lyon would prefer to keep hold of their star man but a bid in excess of £35m is likely to tempt them into selling. 1last_img

DONEGAL COMPANY IS HELPING FARMERS TO LEAVE THIEVES ‘TRAILING’

first_imgPictured with Bobby Patterson collecting his new trailer are Davy Keith, IFA Development Officer, PJ McMonigle, IFA County Chairman, Sgt Paul Wallace and Stephen Temple, Temple Trailers. Photo Clive WassonA local company is helping farmers to beat the scourge of trailer thefts on their farms.Raphoe based firm Temple Trailers has teamed up with the Donegal IFA and An Garda Siochana in a crime prevention initiative to better protect farmers and their property.The joint scheme, which has been running successfully for 2 years in Donegal involves farmers marking their equipment such as trailers, tractors, quads and tools, etc, with a unique identifier number. This number is stencilled onto the equipment to warn thieves that their property is marked as well as being marked indelibly into the metal and also marked secretly in other ways.Temple Trailers will now be offering a service for IFA members that means if they buy a trailer from them they will mark the trailer with their IFA identifier code before the farmer collects it.Local Crime Prevention Officer Sgt. Paul Wallace praised the firm for their assistance.He said “It is important that local communities take an active part in reducing the vulnerability of local people in any way they can and I applaud Temple Trailers for their foresight. This will be a valuable service for local famers and is another tool in the prevention of theft.” Local IFA County Chairman PJ McMonagle welcomed the service.He said “Temple Trailers are a very important local business for the farming community and it is great to see them take the lead in protecting their customers. Stephen and Austin have always provided a great service for farmers and this is another example of how we can all work together and try to deter thieves who are always very active on farmyards.”DONEGAL COMPANY IS HELPING FARMERS TO LEAVE THIEVES ‘TRAILING’ was last modified: February 2nd, 2015 by StephenShare 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:donegalGardaiRaphoeTEMPLE TRAILERSthieveslast_img read more