Benfica postpone Perin move after Juve keeper fails medical

first_imgBenfica have confirmed that they will not be completing the signing of Juventus goalkeeper Mattia Perin in the current transfer window due to a failed medical. Perin, 26, had been set to join the Portuguese giants this week following a single season in Turin. The two clubs agreed a fee worth a reported €15 million (£13.5m/$16.8m), with Perin himself describing the opportunity as an “exciting adventure”.  Article continues below Editors’ Picks Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? But the adventure will now have to be put on hold after Benfica were left unhappy with what they saw in the player’s medical examinations. “Benfica inform that during the undertaking of the medical today [Thursday], it was concluded that goalkeeper Mattia Perin will have a longer recovery period than initially expected, close to four months,” the Lisbon side explained on their official website. While Benfica’s statement does not detail the nature of the injury, it is believed to refer to Perin’s shoulder, which required surgery in April after a dislocation that ruled the goalkeeper out for the rest of the 2018-19 season. The missive continued: “There is an agreement between the clubs and the player’s agent for Mattia Perin’s recuperation to be carried out at Juventus and, once that stage is concluded, for the player’s transfer to be finalised as previously agreed between all parties.”Perin made his name between the posts at Genoa, for whom he appeared on more than 150 occasions to establish himself as one of Italy’s top goalkeeping prospects. But upon moving to Juve in the summer of 2018 he failed to muscle ahead of Wojciech Szczesny in the club’s pecking order, and played just a handful of games behind the Poland No. 1. And with Gianluigi Buffon additionally moving back to his former Turin stamping ground, Perin’s chances of first-team action look decidedly slim, prompting his desire to move away.”I’m recovering from the injury and I will return to the field between mid-September and early October,” he had claimed shortly before his medical began. “I want to return to play with the aim of winning a jersey for next year’s European Championship.”last_img read more

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Offices moved detours expected as construction projects get underway

As the result of several construction projects, including work to DeCew and Lowenberger residences, Village Road and parking Lot S, the Brock community can expect to encounter changes on campus over the coming months.The following is a list of planned relocations and disruptions set to take place through the summer.DeCew Residence renewal project  Interior renovations will begin in portions of DeCew Residence on Monday, April 29. As a result, access to the building will be restricted, with the exception of Brock Facilities Management staff.All phone numbers and email addresses for staff who typically work out of the building will remain the same.The DeCew Dining Hall will remain closed for the summer.The following services and offices will be relocated:Both the DeCew Residence North Service Desk and Residence Facilities Office have been moved to the Earp Residence lobby until spring of 2020.The Department of Residences (including Residence Admissions, Residence Life and Director of Residence) and Student Life management have moved to the first floor of the short hallway of Earp Residence (rooms 100-119) until late August.Brock Dining Services and Catering have moved to various locations, including Earp Residence and other food service outlets until late August.Campus Faith and Life has moved to Alphie’s Trough for an undetermined amount of time.For updates, visit Residence Cladding replacement will begin on the exterior of Lowenberger Residence on Friday, April 26.Anyone wishing to enter the building can do so around construction fencing, but is asked to adhere to construction signage and routes. The fencing will shift around the building as work on each section is completed. Eight parking spaces on the southwest side of Lot B will unavailable until June 7.Work is expected to be completed in June.Lot S and Village Road expansion Beginning Monday, April 29, Lot S will be closed for phase 1 of its expansion. Permit holders will park in Zone 1 or Zone 2 throughout the spring and summer. Pedestrians who typically walk through Lot S from Zone 2 are reminded to use the sidewalk on Flora Egerter Way as the area will be fenced off.Also beginning Monday, Village Road will be restricted to one lane managed by traffic control personnel. Beginning Wednesday, May 1, access to the road will be closed. Access will remain available to emergency and service vehicles.Road reconstruction will shift according to a gas main relocation that is taking place simultaneously and will continue to Aug. 23.Temporary closures and lane restrictions will be in effect throughout the construction period. Access to service vehicles will be maintained through the majority of the project.Lot P will be an integral part of the road reconstruction, requiring occasional closures and restrictions.For updates visit read more

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