Leicester City fighting Ligue 1 giants for £5.5m ace

first_img Daniel Amartey Leicester City and Marseille are battling it out for the signature of midfielder Daniel Amartey.The Ghana international was in impressive form for Copenhagen last season and his performances have attracted interest from several clubs.Marseille are understood be very keen and are putting together a proposal to lure the 20-year-old to Ligue 1 before the transfer window closes nest week.But, according to Danish media outlet Ekstra Bladet, the French side face strong competition from Premier League high-fliers Leicester.The Foxes are open to strengthening their squad this week and see Amartey as the ideal man to bolster their ranks. Claudio Ranieri’s side are ready to splash out £5.5m on the tough-tackling midfielder and have now sent a representative to Denmark to broker a deal. 1last_img read more


first_imgBONAGEE NOTESThe U.S.L. Div 1 team start there season this Saturday 8th June at home against Drunkeen k.o. is 2pm.The Under 12 team brought the curtain down on a hugely successful season at under-age level as goals from Adam and Jack Murphy, Jordan Nugent, Jazzer Martin, Darragh Ellison, Peter Carr and Johnathan Coady saw them defeat Kilmacrennan 7-2 in the cup final at Leckview pk and complete a historic double at this level for the club. They clinched the league title a few weeks ago. The club held its presentation for the Youth and Donegal League teams last Sunday night in Arena 7 and the following players all received trophies on the night.Youth league player of the year was Paddy O’ Loan, player’s player of the year was Ronan Dorrian and leading goal scorer was Michael Kelly. Donegal league player of the year was John Carr, joint Player’s player of the year were Shane Kelly and Kevin Doran and leading goal scorer was Darren Coyle. John Lafferty received the Clubman of the year award.The club would like to thank Gerard O’Loan of Lurgybrack Open Farm who sponsored the trophies. There was a special presentation by the club to the Donegal league team management team of Seamus O’ Donnell, Liam Haughey, Anthony Gildea and Kieran Mc Kay who got promotion to Div 1.There was no jackpot winner in the clubs weekly lotto draw last Sunday. Numbers drawn were 3,4,5,10,13,15 lucky no. was 7. There were four match five no .winners Jimmy Gildea Correnagh, Tony Kelly Drumnahoe, Tom Molloy Correnagh and Martin Gildea Correnagh. Lucky no. winners Mickey Toner Glenswilly, Barry Gildea Correnagh, David Kirby Listillion, Barbara Hunter Long lane and George Thomas Bates Bonagee. Lotto plus winners €50David Lackey Dublin, €30 Sadie Callaghan Drumany and €20 Francis & Dermott Gillespie. The club would like to congratulate Arlene Crossan who broke the long jump record at the All Ireland Junior Schools competitions in Tullamore last Saturday. The record has stood since 1989 and well done to her. The club would like to thank all who took part in the clubs first 5k walk last Sunday you’re support was very much appreciated by the club.SOCCER – BONAGEE START USL SEASON AGAINST DRUMKEEN was last modified: June 4th, 2013 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:Bonagee Utd noteslast_img read more