Grigor Dimitrov produces incredible comeback to oust Ryan Harrison — ATP Shanghai
Lionel Messi hat-trick: Watch Argentina star's three goals against Ecuador
Liverpool dealt hammer blow as key man ruled out for six weeks
Cowboys Have No Answer for Aaron Rodgers in 35-31 Loss
Chelsea: Antonio Conte 'Swoops' For Rival Arsenal's Star Player, Eyeing New Role
13 August 2017, 12:48 | Nina Perez
Antonio Conte is desperate to strengthen his squad ahead of a Premier League title defence
Aside from Mesut Özil and Alexis Sanchez, one player whose future is surrounded in unknowns is Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger doesn't want to lose Oxlade-Chamberlain to a big domestic rival.
However, considering one of the key reasons for the former Southampton man to leave Arsenal is the fact that he wants to play in centre midfield suggests the move might not go through, unless Chelsea agree to give Oxlade-Chamberlain a go in his preferred position.
The England worldwide has shone as a right wing-back in Arsenal's 3-4-3 formation and Chelsea boss Antonio Conte reportedly sees him playing the same role at Stamford Bridge.
Manchester United should "break the bank" to sign Arsenal contract rebel Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to replace Ander Herrera, according to Kenny Cunningham.
The 23-year-old has attracted interest from a number of Premier League clubs with The Sun reporting last week that Chelsea and Liverpool were battling it out over the England international's signature.
The Mailreports that Antonio Conte sees Oxlade-Chamberlain as a ideal fit for the wing-back system he deploys at Stamford Bridge and he could provide good competition to both Marcos Alonso and Victor Moses due to his ability to play on both flanks.
"I think he's had in his career some bad moments, ' said Wenger".
Well, that about settles it as far as Arsene Wenger is concerned. He will continute to move up beecause the potential is there. Personally I believe he is a hugely talented player who is on the way up.
3-year-old found dead left in day care van all day
Flowers create a makeshift memorial August 8, 2017 , in Orlando, in front of a day-care center where a toddler was found dead. Myles was found dead on the floor in the back of the van outside Orlando's Little Miracles Academy day care around 6:30 p.m.
Bank of England sees first strike in 50 years
Standing out was the considerable reduction in wage growth forecasts to 3.0% annually for 2018 from 3.5% just two months ago. There were only marginal changes to the latest inflation forecasts from those produced in the May inflation report .
This teen jumped from a plane, landed in police net
The incident did not affect operations at the airport, and the aircraft proceeded to the gate, according to the statement . The American Airlines flight 5242 was preparing for takeoff from the terminal at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
Spain sees record number of migrant arrivals in 2017
Due to good weather conditions, Spain has seen an increase in attempts by migrants to reach its shores over the past few weeks. Despite Spain's increase, migration across Europe is down overall when juxtaposed with last year's numbers.