Sunderland tell Fenerbahce to pay £13million for on-loan Jeremain Lens

first_img Jeremain Lens has made an impact for Fenerbahce Sunderland have told Fenerbahce to stump up in excess of £13million to secure on-loan midfielder Jeremain Lens on a permanent basis.Turkish media outlet SporX have reported that the Black Cats are unwilling to negotiate the Holland international’s price tag.The suggestion is the Turkish giants will be unable to match Sunderland’s valuation, meaning the 29-year-old will most likely return to the Premier League strugglers at the end of the season.Lens has already established himself as a firm fan favourite at Fenerbahce after joining on loan last summer.The 29-year-old has an impressive 13 assists and four goals to his name after 26 appearances in the Turkish top flight this season.The Dutchman’s future at Sunderland may depend on whether David Moyes’ side can stave off the threat of relegation from the Premier League.They currently lie at the foot of the table with just 20 points from 28 league games. 1last_img read more

Muscat has nothing to fear but the truth – Daphne Caruana Galizias

first_img SharePrint <a href=’;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a> The family of slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia said that Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has nothing to fear but the truth, in a statement following the resolution, “Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination and the rule of law in Malta and beyond: ensuring that the whole truth emerges’ which was adopted by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe on Wednesday afternoon.READ: Caruana Galizia’s murder planned by ‘people with access to highest corridors of power’; CoE report approvedIn a statement on Thursday, the family of Caruana Galizia asked for the support of the international community to actively monitor Malta’s implementation of the resolution’s recommendation on an independent and impartial judicial public inquiry into the circumstances of Daphne’s assassination.The family of the slain investigative journalist remarked that from the adoption of the resolution with an overwhelming majority on Wednesday, it is closer to the truth, stating that “Daphne would still be alive today if corruption in Malta were properly investigated and prosecuted by the authorities, if Malta’s institutions functioned as they should, and if Malta were a properly functioning democracy.”“We have done everything we could as a family for this basic truth to emerge,” the family said.WhatsApplast_img read more