Manchester United can confirm that the sale of Angel Di Maria to Paris Saint-Germain is complete.
The Argentina international was signed from Real Madrid for a British record transfer fee on 26 August 2014 and made 24 starts for the Reds, coming off the bench a further eight times. The midfielder scored four goals in total – three times in the Barclays Premier League and a late FA Cup strike at Yeovil Town.
After representing Argentina at the Copa America, he did not participate on Tour 2015, presented by Aon, so his final appearance for the club came against Hull City when he was injured and withdrawn in the first half.
Di Maria is now embarking on a new [...]
BRITISH Formula 1 driver Jenson Button and his wife Jessica were burgled while on holiday on the French Riviera, with thieves making off with her engagement ring. The couple were in a rented villa in the glitzy resort of Saint-Tropez with friends when the robbery happened on Monday evening, a spokesman for Button confirmed.
“Two men broke into the property whilst they all slept and stole a number of items of jewellery including, most upsettingly, Jessica’s engagement ring,” the spokesman said.
The thieves may have operated by pumping gas into the house through the air conditioning, he added.
The police have indicated that this has become a growing problem in the [...]
We already know what we’re going to find underneath the tree come next Christmas: A brand new game of Jumanji. The 1995 movie that more than likely terrified you just a little bit as a kid is coming back to the big screen in a brand new reboot. Maybe as an adult everything won’t be as frightening when the board game comes to life?
Sony just announced their upcoming movie slate for the next two years, and among those titles is the Jumanji remake. Or, as it’s being called on its IMDB page, “a re-imagining” of the original film. The re-imagining has been in development for almost three years now, but little information has been known about it.
The Hollywood [...]
For many players, one of the gravest failings of Fallout 3 was that once it was over, it was over. Having saved the world from almost certain doom, players couldn’t wander back into the wasteland to horse around at their leisure. Same deal with New Vegas: If you didn’t do all your exploring before the grand finale, you were out of luck unless you loaded up a pre-endgame save. But Bethesda says that won’t be the case with Fallout 4.
“To fans who’ve asked: Fallout 4 doesn’t end when the main story is and over and there is no level cap,” Bethesda tweeted earlier today. “You can keep playing and leveling.”