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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been ordered to sign the former Jose Mourinho player for Man Utd

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According to Paul Ince, Manchester United are in dire need of a scorer, and the signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a breeze.

Jose Mourinho had already loaned the Swedish striker in 2016 and made a tremendous impression in the short time he was in Old Trafford.

In 2018, Ibrahimovic joined LA Galaxy, but recently hinted that he would be ready for a return of the United States if the Red Devils needed it.

Manchester United broke away from Romelu Lukaku in the summer and are at the forefront this season. Ince Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has proposed to re-sign Ibrahimovic.

"From what we've seen so far, United looks better for the future, but they are not clinical enough, look at the trials they did last week," Ince told Paddy Power News.



Ole Gunnar Solskjær Man United looks a bit brighter

"They need a scorer, a Harry Kane or a Sergio Aguero, someone who scores goals for fun makes it easy, yes, they have Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford doing something, but they will score 25 or 30 goals." Goals per season? No.

"Zlatan Ibrahimovic hinted that he could return this week, and that's not a bad idea, I've seen him several times in the MLS and his record is phenomenal.

"He does not run around a lot, he's standing around somehow, but when the ball in the box or outside comes to him, he shoots goals.



Zlatan Ibrahimovic was a big hit at Old Trafford

"When he returns to Old Trafford, you think of his goal balance when he was there this season, I'm not saying he should start every game, but when you see games like Wolves or Palace where United wrestled for the goal . " net, he would probably do it in 15 or 20 minutes.

"You can guarantee that he shows up and does a bit of magic, sets up someone or scores a goal – United has nothing to do with that.

"Whatever he's going to do is bring some presence into the locker room, he'll bring some control over there, just as Bryan Robson or Rio Ferdinand did, he controlled that kind of character when he was there . " Dressing room, and there are many young players there,



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"Rashford, James, etc. are all young lads in need of leadership, they need someone like Zlatan, not just from the point of view, but from the locker room, someone they can learn from.

"He's ticking all the boxes, it's a breeze for me if Ole and he both want to do it, though he's likely to multiply the average age in the team by a lot!"

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PPI Claims: Consumers are suffering from online and telephone issues as the deadline expires

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Consumers claiming last-minute claims for fraud prevention insurance (PPI) have reported technical problems and blocked telephone lines as banks struggle to cope with eleven-hour complaints.

The final deadline for filing a claim is Thursday, August 29, 11:59 pm. A large number of people have apparently decided to file a late complaint or try their luck.

Santander apologized for "a brief technical problem this morning [29 August]This meant that customers could not access the online application form for PPI. The bank said, "This has now been resolved and we apologize for the inconvenience caused to customers."

It is believed that Santander has blamed an exceptional amount of traffic for the breakdown on its claim side.

A number of people had gone to Twitter to report issues with Santander's website and form.

Meanwhile, customers of several banks have reported very long waits on the phone.

On twitter, a customer asked the Royal Bank of Scotland: "Why do not I come to your PPI line?

Another asked RBS: "Why does not the PPI number work?" #Dodgy, "

The bank responded: "This is due to the high call volume. Please try again later … "

Martin Lewis, founder of the MoneySavingExpert.com website, had warned that some websites might crash and said that consumers who can not claim because of technical issues need time to do so.

He said, "As predicted, there is an unprecedented last-minute demand for PPI recovery … And this huge demand is causing even big banking systems to creak and fight.

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"The obvious first piece of advice is to take time, to be prepared and to be patient. However, it is simply not fair or right for people who have tried to file a claim before the deadline and have been disfranchised by Bust Bank Tech to no longer be authorized.

If possible, make a timed screenshot of a page that does not work and make a note of it, if not what you did and when you tried it. Bank Tech will continue to be able to assert its claim we will work for it. "

PPI is the most expensive consumer scandal in the UK. GBP 36 billion will be disbursed by UK banks to compensate people who have often bought worthless coverage. The average payout was £ 2,000. Of these, 340 million pounds were paid in June alone.

Andrew Neil will give his own show at Brexit, announces the BBC

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TAndrew Neil, a seasoned BBC political interviewer, will receive his own television program centered on Brexit, the company said.

Mr. Neil, 70, presents the BBC's Politics Live on Thursday at noon and recently directed the late-night political show This Week.

The new program, dubbed the Andrew Neil Show, will begin next Wednesday, September 4 at 7 pm on BBC 2.

The BBC said the show would present "a thorough analysis and medico-legal questioning of key political actors" in view of Britain's departure from the EU on Oct. 31.

It will be aired on Wednesday night and will analyze the Prime Minister's questions and other political events of the week.

Rob Burley, editor-in-chief of BBC Live Political Programs, tweeted a teaser photo of the program's logo, a stylized "N".

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Poland and Washington sign 5G agreement

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Poland and the US are working on an agreement to collaborate on 5G technology as the Trump administration intensifies its efforts to combat the influence of Chinese telecommunications company Huawei.

Donald Trump will arrive on Saturday for a three-day visit to the Polish capital, where he will attend a World War II commemoration ceremony. The US President will also hold bilateral meetings with Polish officials to show the latest sign of strengthening relations between Washington and Warsaw.

The 5G Cooperation Agreement is based on the so-called Prague proposals – a set of principles on 5G networks and cybersecurity, which were presented at an international conference in the Czech capital in May.

"[The text to be signed by the US and Poland in Warsaw] Huawei does not mention and the Prague principles certainly not. However, if you follow the Prague principles, Huawei will not qualify, "one person explained.

Washington fears that Chinese intelligence agencies will use Huawei to sniff out the host countries. The US sees the fight against this threat as part of its wider strategic engagement with Beijing and Moscow in the Central and Eastern European states of the EU.

Huawei has denied that it is susceptible to such disruptions, but Washington has warned that it would be difficult for the US to work with countries using Huawei technology.

A Polish official said that the agreement, the text of which is still in progress, should not exclude anyone, but that Poland does not want to engage in companies that have interests other than business. "5G will be too important for security reasons to pass it on to someone we do not fully trust," the official said.

Trump's appearance in Warsaw will be his second official visit to Poland. It takes just over two months for him to meet his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda at the White House, where he has promised to send another 1,000 US troops to Poland.

During his visit to Warsaw, Trump, along with Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo, Defense Secretary Mark Esper and Energy Secretary Rick Perry, is expected to sign a memorandum describing further military cooperation and further energy cooperation, both bilaterally and in terms of security Ukraine to discuss.

Last year, the Polish state-controlled energy company PGNiG concluded a series of LNG contracts with American companies. Washington has also campaigned for US groups to participate in Poland's civilian nuclear program if Warsaw decides to launch a plan to build its first reactors.

The topic that has attracted the most interest in Poland is the US visa exemption system. Despite years of lobbying by Polish officials, Warsaw could not be included in the program. However, Georgette Mosbacher, the new US ambassador to Warsaw, has made every effort to put an end to Poland's exclusion. Mr. Trump is expected to announce during his visit that he will propose Poland for inclusion in the program.