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Chelsea eye West Ham defender in £40m transfer swoop

first_imgAnd Chelsea are now ready to move for the 23-year-old after having their transfer ban overturned.Diop, capped six times by France’s U21s, joined West Ham from Toulouse for £22million 18 months ago.He has gone on to make 55 appearances in all competitions and is considered to be one of the Premier League’s finest young defenders.Jose Mourinho famously labelled Diop a “monster” after his dominant aerial performance inspired the Hammers to a 3-1 win over Man Utd in 2018.Now at Spurs, Mourinho is also said to be keen on signing Diop as doubts remain over Jan Vertonghen’s future.But Chelsea are apparently in pole position for the 6ft 3in cruncher.The Blues have conceded an astonishing 29 goals in the league so far this season.Kurt Zouma has failed to convince fans he can be a long-term option.And Antonio Rudiger is still to find his feet after recently returning from a long-term injury. Loading… The Star claims Frank Lampard has been scouting the centre-back for some time. Chelsea are reportedly preparing a £40million bid for West Ham star Issa Diop.Advertisementcenter_img Read Also: Hudson-Odoi skills could halt Zaha’s Chelsea moveIt would also be unfair to burden youngster Fikayo Tomori with so much pressure in his maiden first-team season.And it appears Andreas Christensen would be the man to make way for a new arrival.He has played just eight times this term, and AC Milan are reportedly considering a swoop for the Dane.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Amazing Movies You Need To Watch On Amazon PrimeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”6 Most Unforgettable Bridges In The WorldBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our FutureCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Top 10 Most Populated Cities In The Worldlast_img read more

ASA upholds misleading claims against EU Lotto and NRR Entertainment

first_img Submit StumbleUpon Share The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has penalised NRR Entertainment Ltd and EU Lotto Ltd, after complainants challenged claims made in differing advertisements.A website for the latter, www.lottoland.co.uk, stated “PowerBall £169 million,” featuring a number of tick boxes allowing customers to choose to enter draw on either the next Thursday or Sunday, and for one, two, four or eight weeks. Receiving two complaints, it was “believed the jackpot total was subject to change depending on whether it was paid out in a single lump sum or in instalments,” with its misleading nature therefore questioned.Responding EU Lotto stated that “their website, FAQs and terms and conditions referred to the options to take a lump sum or a 30-year annuity. “They were satisfied that an explanation of the jackpot amount, how it was paid out and the difference between the lump sum and 30-year instalment options was explained between the terms and conditions, help and FAQs page, footers on the home page, information on the product pages and the comparator table of Powerball and Mega Millions. “They said they were nevertheless willing to make changes to add further clarity.”Upholding the complaints, the ASA noted a link leading to subsequent pages with relevant information, but questioned how the ad content could be viewed by consumers.The ASA stated: “We considered it was not sufficient to state separately from the ad, via Help and FAQ links, material information that the jackpot value would always be reduced to take account of the tax that would be paid on the official lottery prize; that participants opting for the single lump sum rather than the 30-year term would receive a reduced amount – 60%, of the remaining balance after tax – and that, if the official PowerBall prize was split between more than one winner, the value quoted in the ad would be split in a similar way”Ruling, the advert must not appear again in its current form, with EU Lotto told to ensure prize values or winnings clearly include information regarding any non-optional deductions, as well as information regarding its own pay-out system.NRR Entertainment, trading as Slotty Vegas, also found themselves in hot water, with one individual questioning a claim on the www.slottyvegas.com website.First seen on 13 December of last year, the words “OUR GAMES PAY MORE” were brought under the microscope, due to a potential misleading nature with a question mark also remaining over whether it could also be substantiated.Explaining the comment, NRR Entertainment stated that it referred to a supercharged wins feature, provided information regarding that and the games under question, highlighted 2017 revenue figures both with the feature activated and without and also explained all information is available via a “read more” function on its website.Upholding the complaint, the ASA reminded the firm to not use claims that cannot be substantiated, in addition to stating the ad must not appear again in its current form. Share ASA monitoring sweep marks gambling as the worst underage advertising offender August 26, 2020 Children see one gambling ad for every five by adults in 2018 December 20, 2019 Related Articles ASA places more focus on consumer protection May 20, 2019last_img read more