Sports Skriniar - Ndombélé swap under review
Ndombele on the shelves of Inter?
© Supplied by Sofoot Ndombele as the day. Barça, PSG, Juventus and now Inter. Not in the odor of sanctity in Tottenham where José Mourinho does not appreciate him, Tanguy Ndombele does not lack leads to try to revive this summer. The most expensive recruit in the history of Spurs last summer would indeed be in the shortlist of Antonio Conte in Lombardy, according to information from Sky Sports .
Clubs Tottenham and Inter Milan are currently in talks for a swap involving two of their players.Inter Milan have reportedly set their sights on French midfielder Tanguy Ndombélé to strengthen his midfield. Lombard officials know that this path will not be easy to achieve. But, they have ideas. To put the odds on their side to enlist the former Lyon, the Nerazzurri are considering including their Slovakian full-back Milan Skriniar in the balance, according to Di Marzio. The Spurs needing to renew themselves behind, the proposal has something to seduce the London leaders. A big escape for Ndombélé The biggest transfer in Tottenham's history, Ndombélé had a rather delicate first season in the English capital. The Habs international wasn't ridiculous when he appeared with European runners-up , but his adversarial relationship with manager José Mourinho made it a little difficult to adapt. A Serie A experience with one of the best Italian teams would certainly not displease him. As a reminder, his contract with Tottenham runs until 2025.
Protests in two Nova Scotia locations over mass shooting review decision .
HALIFAX — Hundreds of people gathered at a Halifax park and in the riding of Nova Scotia's justice minister today to demand a public inquiry into the April mass shooting that killed 22 people in the province. The protests followed last week's announcement by the provincial and federal governments of an independent review, which has been criticized by victims' family members as lacking transparency and legal heft. Feminist community activists and advocates spoke to more than 100 people at Victoria Park in Halifax at noon, saying the panel created by the federal and provincial justice ministers is destined to work behind closed doors.