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List of winter Premier League transfer in 2019

Update the whole list of football transfers in Winter 2019 – Transfer list of teams in the top 5 league leagues in Europe such as Man Utd, Chelsea, Barcelona, ​​Juventus.

As a rule, clubs in the Land of Fog begin to transfer players from January 1, 2019. Before that time, players, representatives and clubs can negotiate with each other to get ready to trade. By January 31, 2019, all player purchases in the UK will stop.

In Germany and France, the January transfer market also opens on January 1 and closes on January 31, 2019. But Spanish teams have to wait until January 2 to participate in the Eastern Market. Meanwhile, the Italian representatives were not allowed to buy goods until January 3 and until January 18, 2019, all deals will be closed.

Football player Location From Come Date Price (unit: euro)
Lazar Markovic Midfielder Liverpool Fulham 1/31/2019 Free
Michy Batshuayi Striker Chelsea Crystal Palace 1/31/2019 Loan
Havard Nordtveit Midfielder TSG Hoffenheim Fulham 1/31/2019 Loan
Youri Tielemans Midfielder Monaco Leicester City 1/31/2019 Loan
Jan Mlakar Striker NK Maribor Brighton 1/31/2019 3 million
Tudor Baluta Midfielder FC Viitorul Brighton 1/31/2019 3 million
Leandro Bacuna Midfielder Reading FC Cardiff City 1/31/2019 3.45 million
Miguel Almiron Midfielder Atlanta United Newcastle United 1/31/2019 24 million
Antonio Barreca Defender Monaco Newcastle United 1/31/2019 1.15 million (Lending fee)
Ante Palaversa Midfielder Hajduk Split Man City 1/31/2019 4.8 million
Denis Suarez Midfielder FC Barcelona Arsenal 1/31/2019 2.5 million (Lending fee)
Jonny Castro Defender Atletico Madrid Wolverhampton Wanderers 1/31/2019 20.5 million
Karlan Grant Striker Charlton Athletic Huddersfield Town January 30, 2019 1.7 million
Bakary Sako Midfielder West Bromwich Albion Crystal Palace January 27, 2019 Free
Alexis Mac Allister Midfielder Argentinos Juniors Brighton January 24, 2019 8 million
Gonzalo Higuain Striker Juventus Chelsea January 23, 2019 9 million (Lending fee)
Chris Mepham midfielder Brentford AFC Bournemouth January 22, 2019 13.6 million
Emiliano Sala Striker Nantes Cardiff City January 19, 2019 17 million
Oumar Niasse Striker Everton Cardiff City January 18, 2019 Loan
Mousa Dembele Midfielder Tottenham Guangzhou R&F January 17, 2019 12.45 million
Ryan Babel Midfielder Besiktas Fulham January 15, 2019 2 million
Ko Itakura midfielder Kawasaki Frontale Man City January 14, 2019 1.10 million
Jermain Defoe Striker AFC Bournemouth Rangers FC January 6, 2019 Loan
Jason Puncheon Midfielder Crystal Palace Huddersfield Town 4/1/2019 Loan
Nathaniel Clyne Defender Liverpool AFC Bournemouth 4/1/2019 Loan
Dominic Solanke Striker Liverpool AFC Bournemouth 4/1/2019 21.20 million
Christian Pulisic Midfielder Borussia Dortmund Chelsea 2/1/2019 64 million
Samir Nasri Midfielder Free player West Ham United 12/31/2018 Free

Winter sports tourism – a lucrative business for China and South Korea

China is now predicting that the tourism industry will have a bumper business season on the occasion of the 2022 Winter Olympics sports event in Beijing.

According to the National Tourism Administration of China (CNTA), China is trying to encourage its 300 million people to participate in winter sports activities on the occasion of the event in 2022.

In January 2017, the Chinese government announced a five-year tourism development plan for the 2016-2020 period, which sees winter sports tourism as an important part of its goal of increasing tourism revenue. The calendar is worth 7,000 billion yuan (about 1,000 billion US dollars) by 2020.

Meanwhile, to serve the 2018 Winter Olympics in the city of Pyeongchang in Gangwon Province (South Korea), the Korean government and tourism industry are speeding up the preparation of a series of events to attract tourists. domestic and international.

The Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) will be at the forefront of such efforts with the promotion of culinary arts and theater.

The Korean government announced more detailed cultural programs, scheduled to be implemented before and during the 2018 Winter Olympics, as part of its efforts to bring multicultural experience for travelers.

Previously, the Gangwon Provincial Government said it would establish 13 more tourist centers and review the service capacity of 300 hotels and accommodation facilities in the province by the end of 2017. The Gangwon provincial government is expected to continue to welcome over two million visitors to the event.

The 2022 Winter Olympics will be the third consecutive Olympics to be held in cities in Asia. Earlier, the 2018 Winter Olympics took place in Pyeongchang (South Korea). Two years later, the 2020 Summer Olympics will take place in Tokyo, Japan.

As soon as Beijing was chosen, analysts thought the city’s climate and terrain were unsuitable for the Winter Olympics because of the fact that it was not a mountainous city and had a lot of snow, two mportant conditions for winter sports. Beijing authorities plan to host sports in Yanqing and Zhangjiakou outside the city, but there is still very little snow in these venues. They may have to use artificial snow pumping as a precedent at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

Experience winter skiing in Korea

Korean winters bring cold winds, but no matter how cold the weather is, there are a number of sports that visitors love to experience in the winter.

For example, climbing excursions on snow-capped mountains; camping under the sparkling starry sky and of course skiing – the outstanding sport of the winter.

Korean skiing attracts visitors from all over the world because many ski resorts are open until morning, and your joy and excitement will be extended throughout the night.

Gangwon-do, known as the winter sports capital, is a great and ideal resort when you visit Korea. There is a large amount of snow, beautiful snow-white scenery and most ski resorts are located here.

Elysian Gangchon is a resort complex consisting of rooms, golf courses and 10 ski slopes, you can enjoy sports and entertainment between nature throughout the year. The biggest advantage of Elysian Gang is that it is connected to Seoul by subway. The subway system connects people with Chuncheon and the ski resort, allowing visitors to enjoy snow viewing without traffic problems.

For first-time visitors to experience this fascinating sport, Elysian Gangchon is the perfect place because the resort has 8 slides for newbies and intermediate players, visitors who are quite familiar with the sport can try out the famous “Pegasus” ski slope as high as 1,045m and the slope is up to 300m.

Oak Valley has a picturesque landscape with European-style amenities set amidst snow-capped mountains. Nine ski slopes are specially designed, the slope is smooth and wide enough to ensure the safety of visitors when playing. Visitors will be extremely excited when from the main slide “Gear Circle” can admire the majestic panoramic natural scenery to experience the excitement of the 1,669m Galaxy Note 4 slope.

In addition, when visiting Oak Valley, visitors can visit the SAN treasury – the museum of the countryside, a place to discover the resonance between culture and art, or participate in fireworks festivals and music concerts, an outdoor beer garden, giving visitors a unique pleasure.

Unexpected benefits when exercising outdoors in the winter

Many people still have doubts about having to exercise outdoors in the cold winter. Let’s explore the miraculous benefits that morning exercise in the winter.

Lose weight faster

During the winter, the outdoor temperature is often much lower than the body’s normal body temperature (37°C). So when exercising outdoors, you tend to be more active to regulate your body temperature. This will consume more calories, helping you lose fat faster.

Increase vitamin D, reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease

People who are physically active, such as running, playing basketball or soccer for three or more hours a week, reduce the risk of a heart attack. In addition to lowering cholesterol in the blood, outdoor physical activity has been highly appreciated as an integral part of the process of improving cardiovascular health.

Adapt well to the winter

Cold weather will make you feel uncomfortable and uncomfortable when you start practicing outdoors. But that feeling will only last for the first 2-3 days. As you get used to the harsh conditions of the winter, the stamina is greatly increased. Once you have adapted to the cold weather you will reduce the risk of some diseases in the cold season.

Increase exercise performance

A 2011 survey showed that outdoor spaces can enhance exercise performance. And most importantly, the psychological impact of participants on the intention to continue to exercise the next day, makes them no longer feel ashamed and mechanical as when going to the gym. Besides, your speed also tends to vary for calories burned and endurance in different terrain types.

Good for the brain

The regular exercise, especially in the winter will help people reduce depression, enhance memory, concentration and the ability to acquire new knowledge. In addition, exercise slows down the brain’s regeneration process, helping to prevent Alzheimer’s disease (dementia in the elderly).

Help your skin beauty

Exercise in the bloodstream helps improve blood circulation, provide oxygen and nutrients needed to nourish the skin. In addition, it also works to heal open wounds quickly, limiting the condition of dry, flaky skin.

South Korea has been investigating the right to host the Winter Olympics

The new corruption allegations are related to a secret bid campaign and the success of Pyeongchang (South Korea) winning the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

According to AFP, South Korea’s leading technology conglomerate, Samsung, is accused of leading a secret operation by offering incentives in exchange for votes. SBS South Korean radio station revealed that an investigation of its former President Lee Myung-bak discovered a list of 27 members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) suspected of supporting Pyeongchang in order to in exchange for marketing contracts and sponsorship deals.

Pyeongchang was given the right to host the aforementioned event when it defeated Munich (Germany) and Annecy (France) at the 2011 IOC meeting in Durban (South Africa). At that time, Thomas Bach (who was later elected IOC President in 2013) was a supporter of Munich’s bidding. SBS reports that 12 of the IOC’s 27 members are from African countries, including some that initially supported Annecy but suddenly turned to vote for Pyeongchang. The final result was that Pyeongchang received 63 votes, surpassing Munich (25 votes) and Annecy (7 votes) to win the right to host the 2018 Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games.

The list is reported to be linked to Papa Massata Diack – the son of former International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack and is also banned from sports because of his involvement in the sport. in the elections to host Olympic events. Papa is said to have received a sum of up to $12.5 million according to the contract agreed to help Pyeongchang win. Meanwhile, Samsung, which is a leading sponsor of the IOC, has denied the allegations.

The Diack father and son were also involved in corruption investigations in connection with the race to host the 2016 Olympics (Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro won) and Tokyo’s 2020 Olympics (Japan). In it, Mr. Lamine is currently detained in France to serve investigations of allegations of accepting bribes to mediate ballots to host global sporting events.

Terrorism threatens the winter sports festival

Concerns of terrorism continue to put winter sports in Europe on alert and force the continent’s Olympic Committee to schedule emergency meetings to consider moving for the Winter Olympics (Winter European Youth Olympic Festival – EYOF) that Turkey hosted.

AFP cited a statement by the European Olympic Committee (EOC) saying the organization is closely monitoring the host country’s security developments for the winter sports festival for young athletes.

The final decision on whether to continue to Erzurum province (Turkey) to organize the event (taking place from 11-18 February) was made after a meeting between EOC and Turkish Olympic Committee on January 26 to come in Lausanne (Switzerland). “The safety of the above athletes attending the event is our top priority”, the EOC said in a statement Wednesday.

Security concerns at the EYOF event (expected to be 1,500 athletes aged 14-18 years old) are currently in the state of red alert after a series of terrorist attacks in Turkey, including The latest was a 39-gun shooting dead at Reina nightclub (Istanbul) on the first day of 2017. Earlier, in December last year, a car bomb exploded in the city of Kayseri (located far from Erzurum 640 km to the west) causing 13 deaths and 50 injuries.

Islamic State terrorist organizations (IS) are all accused of carrying out attacks. According to Reuters, only in 2016, ISIS made four terrorist attacks on Turkey after the country took military actions to repel the said terrorist organization.

Meanwhile, in the face of terrorist fears, the British Olympic Association (BOA) reassured the athletes by claiming to place their full confidence in the measures to tighten security at EYOF. The BOA believes that terrorism is currently a concern not only for winter sports, but also for summer sports events and other tournaments around the world.

Last year, the world curling championship was also withdrawn from Erzurum due to the threat of terrorism and was transferred to Copenhagen (Denmark). This year’s EYOF event was originally given to Sarajevo but was later discussed with Erzurum (winning the EYOF 2019 bid) because Bosnia said it was not timely to prepare the infrastructure and the organization.

Interesting sports you can play in the winter

Winter biking can be appropriate for many people’s workouts. But not always people love or have the opportunity to practice in the cold weather. So, try changing with interesting sports so you can change without cycling in the winter below.

Swimming

Swimming is a really good alternative to cycling in winter, especially if you can train your heart rate yourself. Professional cycling coaches put swimming in the forefront (along with Nordic running and skiing) on ​​cross-benefits for off-road cycling. All three activities combine the same muscle groups for cycling, and likewise, the trainer’s aerobic system will become better.

Speed ​​skating

Many of the top imported sports bike athletes have been practicing on the snowy roads in the winter. And some good athletes like Canada’s Clara Hughes even scored Olympic medals in both cycling and speed skating (an impressive medal in her case). The training strategy and pace are the same, and both sports are good for additional muscle groups.

Walking in the snow

Walking in the snow is actually not bad – says coach Overton – like the kind of jogging that puts on a weightlifting leg without worrying about injury

Play team sports

If it’s a team sport involving sustained activity, like playing football for an hour and running around the field, it could be as beneficial as jogging. But with basketball or softball, when you are not too familiar and easy to stand in one place looking at teammates, the benefits of training are not too much.

Rowing

Many rowers (and also bicyclists) will tell you that this is an activity that uses both legs and arms, but sailing still requires more hand movement – and that is not the same as pedaling a child bicycle. However, this is still a good subject to change if you are not interested in cycling, please practice over 1 hour to be effective.

Climb the mountain

Easy and quick climbing does not bring much benefit, but if hiking and long distance hiking are difficult and you can reach heart rate up to 130, then this is also a sport worth a try.

MU choose strikers for the winter

Having clarified the key goals of MU for the position of the winter striker, the Red Devils have determined to bring back at least one name, the fans also make their own interesting votes.

MU has targeted 3 key targets for the striker position. Faced with injury and poor performance of the attack, the Red Devils are determined to bring at least one name right this winter.

The list of strikers MU has many choices, but shortened the quality to only three names including: Dembele (Lyon), Mandzukic (Juventus), Erling Haaland (Salzburg).

Too eager to expect the intestine team to recruit the new striker, the Red Devils fans quickly voted. Specifically, MU gave up 39% of the votes for the French striker Dembele. Dembele followed in second place was the surprising name Erling Haaland with 34%. Haaland has been a fairly hot name recently. Meanwhile, veteran striker Mario Mandzukic received the lowest votes with 18%. Another unexpected name that MU fans “choose to send gold” is the striker Callum Wilson of Bournemouth. The English striker has a very impressive scoring record this season.

Dembele is one of the Red Devils’ long-term goals, while Mandzukic’s free contract (aspiring to leave Juventus) is said to be attractive to the potential he brings, compared to what MU must give up. out. Meanwhile, Erling Haaland is the name that brings the most interesting. The 1999-born star of Solsa in Molde, he came to light from the U20 World Cup with a top scorer record, scoring 9 goals in one match alone. Haaland also recently compared Rooney with a teen hattrick on the day of the Champions League debut. Only 3 people who can do this are Raul, Wayner Rooney and Erling Haaland.

MU is currently ranked 12th at NHA rankings. This is a disappointing position compared to what the Reds are aiming for. At this time, both fans and MU only hope the winter will come quickly so they can receive more reinforcements. And Solsa, can your chair hold until winter? It is a difficult question to answer.

The number of viral infections at Winter Olympics is more than tripled

The organizers of the Winter Olympics 2018 have mobilized all human resources and resources to prevent the spread of norovirus on a large scale, possibly spreading the athletes after the number of cases nearly tripled overnight.

According to Reuters, none of the 86 athletes were identified as infected with the virus causing vomiting and diarrhea. Two days before the opening of the Winter Olympics last year, organizers said they were doing everything they could to ensure the outbreak did not break out. Because if any athlete is infected, especially the famous stars, it will put the Korean host in a dilemma.

Accordingly, the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention held a press conference to inform the situation related to norovirus disease. Mr. Kim Hyun-Jun – director of the center, said: “On 6.2, we recorded 32 cases, but today we confirm an additional 54 cases, bringing the total to 86 norovirus infections”. According to local media, three of the infected cases were in the food preparation section of the media village, the journalists’ accommodation area. Therefore, the virus may have spread through contaminated food and water.

Earlier, South Korea sent 900 soldiers to guard the 2018 Winter Olympics venues in place of 1,200 security personnel withdrawn and quarantined after the norovirus outbreak. Security personnel are currently gathered at the young athlete training center in Pyeongchang, separate from the Olympic venues this winter, which is considered the “epicenter” of this virus infection. Mr. Kim stressed that no athlete had been recorded to be infected with the virus. They would do their best to prevent any kind of accident that could prevent them from competing and enjoying the annual event.

According to AFP, quarantining infected people for 48 to 72 hours, and installing hand sanitizers at venues are two of the emergency measures imposed by organizers. Lowell Bailey – American triathlon winter (skiing, cross-country, shooting), expressed his concern on AFP: “I think athletes have endurance, we always trying to find the right balance between light-headed episodes and maintaining a comfortable mood in this situation: an epidemic occurs, someone is infected but the key is to keep focus and follow the what can be done”.

Winter sports that you can play in London

Do you want to brush up on your skating and skiing without leaving the city? From casual days to private lessons with experts, we’ve covered you.

Skating

London now offers a number of different skating options in some pretty spectacular locations. For those looking for a slice of history with their skates, the Tower of London, the Hampton Court, the Somerset Building and the Natural History Museum, all have an ice rink, with plenty of eateries and bars nearby to enjoy wine every year. For something a little more modern, the Ice Rink Canary Wharf offers an option under its glass roof protection, meaning you can enjoy whatever the weather is.

Skiing & snowboarding

Chel-Ski offers skiers and skiers the opportunity to hone their skills on their slopes. This indoor ski center has basically large treadmill, in which speed and slope can be adjusted according to the expertise of those on the slope at the time. For a full slope that’s in London, the Sandown Ski Center in Esher has an all-weather slope where you can ski by chance or sign up for lessons.

Ice Hockey

Ice hockey fans can head to Lee Valley Ice Center, home to London Raiders and Eastern Stars, while the beautiful Alexandra Palace hosts Haringey Huskies, and Streatham Redhawks represent South London. Most teams play on different levels of the England National Hockey League with tickets available for their belongings. Those who want to participate in the best play should go to the English Hockey Association to find their local club.

Speed ​​skating

OK, so it is not quite in London, but the Aldwych Speed ​​Club provides everyone from beginners to giving professionals the opportunity to improve their skills and exercise on the post. sing long and short of them. While not specific to speed skating, the Lee Valley Ice Center (mentioned above) offers skating lessons, from toddler classes to private sessions.

Sledding

The simple answer is that anywhere with a hill once the snow has decided to fall enough to go outside and enjoy it, rather than the usual London brown mud. There are several parks and commons with wonderful hills that suddenly become ski slopes once covered in snow. Greenwich Park, Primrose Hill, Streatham Common, Brockwell Park, and Hampstead Heath are probably the group’s options.

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