Eliminated from the Champions and FA Cup, but the Premier League title in his pocket, Liverpool already have an eye on next season. In that sense, Jurgen Klopp, His trainer, He will seek to strengthen his midfield in the next transfer market. The German coach has set his sights on Italy, in Naples specifically. There plays Fabián Ruiz, his chosen one to add one more cash to the “machine room” of the complex net.So much so that According to Daily Express, the 23-year-old Spanish midfielder is Klopp’s priority target. However, he is not the only one interested, since Real Madrid and Barcelona have also kept an eye on the former Betis. Therefore, in order to overcome the claims of meringues and culés and that Fabián’s future is in England, Liverpool would be willing to pay 80 million euros for it. A considerable amount in a clear statement of intent: that of standing up to Madrid and Barça in the struggle to take over the services of Seville. Fabián has been in Naples for two years, a club that is still looking for formulas for its renewal. However, this will not be negotiated, according to his agent, until the end of the season. Meanwhile, Liverpool, Real Madrid and Barcelona will closely follow in their footsteps.
This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription. The New York Times: Outside Influence: The Veterans Agency’s Shadowy Leadership A new secretary was sworn in at the Department of Veterans Affairs in late July, but the people actually in charge of the agency may not have changed, and they are not at the headquarters in Washington, but on the manicured grounds of Mar-a-Lago, President Trump’s West Palm Beach estate. A shadowy threesome known in the department as the “Mar-a-Lago crowd” has been quietly empowered by the president to help steer the veterans agency, and the men are exerting their influence in ways that affect millions of veterans, according to interviews with four former senior officials at the department and a report by the nonprofit investigative news organization ProPublica. (Philipps, 8/10) Shadowy Threesome Known As ‘Mar-A-Lago Crowd’ Have Been Silently Exerting Influence On Veterans Affairs The Mar-a-Lago group is led by the reclusive chairman of Marvel Entertainment, Isaac Perlmutter, 75, a longtime friend of Mr. Trump’s and a member of his West Palm Beach golf club. Veterans advocates are worried that the group is going to exert pressure on new VA Secretary Robert Wilkie.