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Paris St-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi & Jerome Valcke set for corruption trial

Nasser Al-Khelaifi (right of Jerome Valcke) has been president of PSG since 2011

 

Paris St-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and ex-Fifa general secretary Jerome Valcke will be tried in September in a corruption case linked to media rights for Fifa tournaments.

The case involves a third, unnamed man, and relates to alleged criminal mismanagement, incitement to criminal mismanagement and falsifying documents.

Read more: Paris St-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi & Jerome Valcke set for corruption trial


Derby County players and staff agree wage deferral amid coronavirus pandemic

Wayne Rooney joined Derby as player-coach in January and has been at the "forefront" of wage discussions.




Derby County players and staff have agreed to take wage deferrals amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Championship side has not revealed how big a percentage of wages are being deferred but said it was "considerably more than has been reported".

Read more: Derby County players and staff agree wage deferral amid coronavirus pandemic

Minamino can save Liverpool millions despite unusual start


The January signing had yet to explode at Anfield prior to the coronavirus crisis, but Jurgen Klopp expects big things from the 25-year-old



This is not how Takumi Minamino imagined his first few months in England.

The Japan international’s adaptation period at Liverpool has been a testing one, to say the least. It is hard enough adjusting to a new club, a new league, a new language and a new culture, without dealing with the impact of a new pandemic as well.

Read more: Minamino can save Liverpool millions despite unusual start



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