Former Indian President Mukherjee passes away
New Delhi, August 31 (Reporter Jiang Lei) Abigail Mukherjee, son of former Indian President Pranabu Mukherjee, said on social media on August 31st,His father died in New Delhi
that same day,He was 84 years old.
According to Indian media reports,Mukherjee was admitted to a military hospital in New Delhi on August 10 because he tested positive for the new coronavirus.After admission, he also underwent surgery to remove cerebral thrombosis.After that,Mukherjee has been in a coma,And sustain life with the support of ventilator.On the 19th,Mukherjee developed symptoms of lung infection.On the morning of the 31st,The hospital where Mukherjee was admitted issued an announcement saying,Mukherjee was in a deep coma due to a lung infection on the 30th.The condition worsened.
Mukherjee has served as India’s Minister of Finance, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Minister of Defense.He served as President of India from July 2012 to July 2017.
According to the Indian Ministry of Health,As of 8 a.m. local time on August 31,There are 78,512 new confirmed cases of new crown in India in the past 24 hours,A total of 36,212,245 confirmed cases; 971 new deaths,A total of 64469 deaths occurred.
Sassuolo have unveiled their new Puma-designed home and away kits for the 2020-21 season.
The traditional green and black stripes are thinner than before, while the sleeve is partially black with a green trim.
As for the away shirt, that will be white with a green stripe across the chest and the same green trim on the end of the sleeve.
Both will use the Centenary edition
of the club logo, marking 100 years since Sassuolo’s foundation.
Lazio are back in the Champions League after 13 years and present a new kit for the European Cup.
The Aquile, who finished fourth in Serie A 2019-20, have presented a shirt dedicated for the Champions League.
The shirt has a black line across the chest with golden borders, also found on the sleeves.
New goalkeeper Pepe Reina and Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva presented the new Lazio kit for the Champions League return in 2020-21.
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Former Milan President Silvio Berlusconi said Monza ‘are the future’ ahead of his return to San Siro on September 5.
The Rossoneri play Monza at the Giuseppe Meazza on Saturday and the former President returns for the first time to face the ‘great love of his life’.
“Milan have been the great love of my life,” the Monza patron told Il Giornale. “It’s a glorious past that will always remain in my heart.
on the other hand, is the present and the future and I live looking to the future.”
Monza are newly promoted to Serie B and the President has previously claimed the Biancorossi are aiming for back-to-back promotions this season.
Sporting director Pierluigi Carta insists Cagliari forward Leonardo Pavoletti will not go anywhere, amid interest from his former club Genoa.
The striker was injured for most of 2019-20 but returned for the last match and Carta says he will be an important member of the squad this season.
He has been linked with a
return to the Grifoni on loan but Cagliari are not planning to let him go.
“He’s a very important player for us, he’s not on his way out and we are not looking for a team to park him in,” Carta told Sky Sport Italia.
“He has an important role, he can contribute in an important way. The market is long, if offers arrive, we will evaluate them.
“But today, we certainly don’t want to get rid of him.”
Joaquin Correa and Patric have not yet joined the Lazio pre-season training camp, as their COVID-19 tests were inconclusive, while Pepe Reina will arrive soon.
The squad made the journey to their Auronzo di Cadore camp, as per summer tradition, today and will allow fans to sit in the stands with social distancing guidelines.
“Over the next two days, there will be the medical test for a new player who will join us soon,” explained director of communication Stefano De Martino to Lazio Style Channel.
This is expected to be goalkeeper Reina, who will sign a two-year contract after first terminating his existing deal with Milan.
However, the full squad is not yet complete, as there were some inconclusive COVID-19 tests.
“Patric and Correa are not with us, because there were some unusual readings on the blood tests, even if their swabs came back negative.
“As a precaution, the club preferred to keep the two players
in Rome for the time being, but I wish to reiterate, the swabs were negative.”
Juventus will, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, consider accepting offers in the region of €100m for Argentina international Paulo Dybala.
The 26-year-old contributed 11 goals and 11 assists in Serie A 2019-20 and is a fan favourite at the Allianz Stadium.
But the newspaper claims the Old Lady contemplate selling the forward this summer, but only if they receive an offer between €90m and €100m.
The report claims the Premier League is a potential destination for La Joya, who was on the verge of leaving Turin last summer, with Manchester United mentioned as possible suitors.
Inter are reportedly working hard to keep Alexis Sanchez at San Siro until the end of August but hope to keep the Chilean beyond this season too.
Il Corriere dello Sport claims the club will try to get the go ahead from Manchester United to keep the South American forward for the Europa League in August, the day after Beppe Marotta confirmed to Sky Sport Italia that they will look into the possibilities.
But the newspaper claims the Nerazzurri will have to work out a different solution to keep Sanchez for 2020-21.
Inter only pay €5m of his €13m a year at Old Trafford and even if Manchester United should decide to let the player leave on a permanent deal this summer, the Beneamata will struggle to match those wages.
Hellas Verona ended their winless streak by thrashing sorry SPAL with an early Samuel Di Carmine brace and Marco Davide Faraoni header.
The Stadio Bentegodi side had lost momentum in recent weeks after securing mid-table safety, but wanted to bow out with a good result in their final home game of the season.
Di Carmine immediately pounced on poor defending to score twice, then Faraoni added a third after the restart.
Lecce’s hopes of staying in Serie A have taken a blow as Alessandro Deiola and Marco Calderoni could miss the rest of the season.
A medical report on Lecce’s official website confirms Deiola [pictured] will undergo surgery after encountering ‘persistent pain’ in his left knee.
As for Calderoni, the left-back has picked up a hamstring injury in his left thigh.
Deiola arrived on loan from Cagliari in January and went straight into the Salentini’s first team, making eight starts.
However, knee problems have limited the midfielder to just 34 minutes of football since the restart.
Calderoni, meanwhile, has been Lecce’s starting left-back this season with three goals and two assists in 26 appearances.
Fabio Liverani’s side are only one point adrift of safety with five rounds of fixtures remaining, but Genoa have a game in hand on them.
The two sides lock horns on Sunday, in what promises to be a real six-pointer.