1 Ivan Perisic Inter Milan have warned Manchester United Ivan Perisic’s asking price could rise to £61m if they do not sign him today.The Premier League giants have been quoted a price for £44m for the Croatian winger, but they are refusing to offer more than £26m.That amount equates to what Inter need to raise by today to ensure they do not breach Financial Fair Play regulations.However, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian side are prepared to raise those funds from elsewhere if United continue to play hardball.Inter are reportedly ready to sell Ever Banega, Fabio Eguelfi, Federico Dimarco, Gianluca Caprari and Senna Miangue in a range of deals which would equate to the £26m needed to meet Financial Fair Play regulations.That would mean the Serie A side would no longer have to sell Perisic and they’ve warned suitors his price will rocket as a result.Inter were willing to sell the 28-year-old for £44m right now, but from July his asking price could be as much as £61m.
REVEALED: GOVERNMENT HAS SLASHED CORE FUNDING TO LYIT BY 43 PER CENTREVEALED: GOVERNMENT HAS SLASHED CORE FUNDING TO LYIT BY 43 PER CENT
THE bosses of LYIT have insisted there has been no decision to mothball the Killybegs campus – and revealed the shocking cuts being made to third level education in Co Donegal.LYIT President Paul Hannigan and the head of the tourism school Sean Duffy say they will attend a public meeting on Monday night at the Tara Hotel in Killybegs.It follows a claim by local TD Thomas Pringle that the Killybegs campus is under threat. But in a statement LYIT said: “The Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) wishes to reassure students, staff and parents that courses will be continuing as normal at the Institute’s Killybegs campus.“Students who have applied to study courses in September 2013, that are scheduled to take place in Killybegs, will definitely continue in Killybegs.”But the statement also laid out the acute financial difficulties facing the Donegal educational establishment.It went on: “Due to a deterioration in the Institute’s finances, brought about by substantial budget cuts and staffing restrictions, the Governing Body at LYIT has asked the Executive within the Institute to conduct a review of a number of issues with a specific focus on operations at the Killybegs campus. “LYIT’s core grant has been reduced by a total of 43% over the last five years.“As a result, a number of options are to be reviewed to reduce costs. One option is the relocation of the School of Tourism from Killybegs to the Letterkenny campus; at this time no decisions have been taken.”Paul Hannigan sought to reassure students.He said: “There have been concerns raised regarding the possibility of relocating the School of Tourism from Killybegs to Letterkenny.“I would like to stress that no decision has been taken, rather this is one of a number of options under consideration. Most of all, I would like to reassure current students that the School of Tourism at Killybegs will operate as normal for now, and for prospective students beginning in September 2013 that programmes will run as usual. “The Institute is committed to evaluating all options regarding the future of the campus.”REVEALED: GOVERNMENT HAS SLASHED CORE FUNDING TO LYIT BY 43 PER CENT was last modified: May 12th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:REVEALED: GOVERNMENT HAS SLASHED CORE FUNDING TO LYIT BY 43 PER CENTREVEALED: GOVERNMENT HAS SLASHED FUNDING TO LYIT BY 43 PER CENT