Arsenal made incredible offer to Monchi before Sevilla’s late approach

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first_imgEmery has been eager to work with Monchi again at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Were Monchi to snub a move to north London, it would be a huge blow for the Gunners, with The Mirror reporting he is their ‘first and only option’.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTArsenal’s offer would have made Monchi one of the highest paid sporting directors in the Premier League, putting a £2.5m-a-year contract until 2022 on the table.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityHowever, Monchi would still have to report to football administrator Raul Sanllehi, while predecessor Sven Mislintat had expressed concerns over his diluted say in transfers before deciding to leave.But at Sevilla Monchi would be given free reign and full control, much as was the case during his previous tenure when he built a side that won the Europa League in three straight seasons. The Gunners risk missing out on their top target to replace Sven Mislintat (Picture: Getty)Arsenal have offered sporting director target Monchi a hugely lucrative contract to move to north London but face competition from his old club Sevilla.The 50-year-old only left Roma last week, with the Italian side deciding to part company with both manager Eusebio Di Francesco and Monchi in a huge restructuring after their Champions League exit at the hands of Porto.He was quickly linked with a reunion with Unai Emery at Arsenal, though Sevilla confirmed on Friday that they had made a late move of their own. Advertisement Comment Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 16 Mar 2019 9:30 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link464Sharescenter_img After mixed success at Roma, Monchi could return to the club where he made his name (Getty)The Spanish side’s president, Jose Castro, confirmed: ‘Sevilla now needs a sports director and we have looked for the best and the best is Monchi. Our conversations go well with him, the conversations have been very receptive.‘We believe Monchi is the best choice and we’ve started negotiations with him. His receptiveness has been extraordinary. We have to agree on future plans, but both parties are optimistic.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Arsenal made incredible offer to Monchi before Sevilla’s late approach Advertisementlast_img read more


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first_imgPartnering with local public health agencies, community organizations, and the nonprofit community to expand Press Release,  Public Health As Pennsylvania plans to safely reopen the economy and recover from COVID-19, Governor Tom Wolf announced the creation of the Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps, a public service initiative that will support efforts this fall to increase testing and contact tracing and provide critical new job opportunities in the public health sector.“Our highest priority remains protecting public health and safety, but we must also look ahead to see how we can address future needs. To reopen our economy to its maximum potential, we will need to boost our ability to contain this highly transmissible virus,” Governor Wolf said. “The Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps will serve as a public service program that will expand our ability to conduct contact tracing and testing and mobilize Pennsylvanians to contain COVID-19.”The Wolf Administration’s continued measured and careful efforts to reopen Pennsylvania will depend on our ability to expand the availability of COVID-19 testing and develop a robust infrastructure to conduct surveillance and contact tracing. This work will allow Pennsylvanians to effectively monitor and respond to new cases and quantify mitigation efforts. It will help our phased reopening efforts while ensuring that the health care system does not become overwhelmed and that the transmission of disease continues to slow.As Pennsylvania plans to ramp up these efforts in the coming months, the Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps would bring these efforts to fruition by: May 06, 2020 SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Pennsylvania’s existing testing and contact tracing initiatives;Leveraging additional resources to fund testing and contact tracing initiatives;Exploring creative ways to recruit experienced Pennsylvanians with health care and public health experience to support this initiative; andCoordinating existing resources deployed by the commonwealth, including community health nurses and county health departments who are currently conducting testing and contact tracing throughout the state.The Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps will also provide for a unique opportunity for Pennsylvania to recruit and train COVID-19-impacted dislocated and unemployed workers into public service for contact tracing roles, which would address Pennsylvania’s health and economic needs.To foster this new workforce, the Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps would:Engage partners in the workforce development system, existing allied health training programs, and AmeriCorps programs to build and strengthen a public health workforce across the commonwealth;Leverage existing workforce development resources to recruit, train, and connect the public health workforce with employment opportunities; andEngage public health and health care employers to connect trained workers with long-term career opportunities.“We have all made many sacrifices throughout this crisis and all we share a desire to move forward toward a healthier, safer and more prosperous future,” Governor Wolf said. “Through this public service initiative, Pennsylvanians will have opportunities in the months ahead to join a collective effort to ensure that we emerge from this pandemic a stronger commonwealth.”View this information in Spanish. Gov. Wolf Outlines Plans to Create Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps to Support Fall COVID-19 Recovery Effortslast_img read more