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Transfer gossip: Speculation over Kenedy’s future

first_imgSome of the latest transfer speculation involving Chelsea. Chelsea could sell Kenedy this summer, Goal.com say.The 21-year-old wide-man impressed for the Blues when given a chance last season but has not made a league appearance for them since.He played just once during a loan spell at Watford earlier in the campaign and since returning in January has made one appearance for Chelsea, against Brentford in the FA Cup. Hammers could buy Batshuayi – MirrorChelsea could sell Michy Batshuayi to West Ham, the Daily Mirror say.The Hammers wanted to sign the Belgium striker prior to his move to Stamford Bridge from Marseille last summer and have since expressed an interest in taking him on loan.The Mirror say Chelsea have little interest in a loan deal and the newspaper suggests Batshuayi could move to east London on a permanent basis.Alves linked againEmbed from Getty ImagesChelsea have again been linked with Juventus’ veteran right-back Dani Alves.The Sun have picked up on more reports in Spain claiming Blues boss Antonio Conte is keen to bring the 34-year-old to Stamford Bridge this summer.Alves has another year of his contract at Juve left to run. More Lukaku speculationEmbed from Getty ImagesSpeculation over the future of Romelu Lukaku goes on, with the Everton striker continuing to be linked with Chelsea and Manchester United.The Daily Star declare that United are “ready to go to war” with Chelsea over the Belgian and plan to table an £85m bid.The newspaper claim United’s former Blues boss Jose Mourinho wants his club to pull out all the stops to sign Lukaku.A ‘United source’ is quoted as saying: “The manager…has made it clear he wants Lukaku at United.“The club’s board are right behind him in the transfer market and will do everything in their power to give him what he wants.“If this means going head-to-head with Chelsea and Roman Abramovich then so be it, because the manager wants some more marquee signings.”The player recently posted on Twitter what appeared to be a response to the ongoing speculation over his future.Some media these days are annoying man…. 😓— R.Lukaku Bolingoli10 (@RomeluLukaku9) May 7, 2017As long as i didn’t make a public statement about my situation please stay out of my business ok? #☀️…— R.Lukaku Bolingoli10 (@RomeluLukaku9) May 7, 2017Conte wants Morata, Sun claimEmbed from Getty ImagesAccording to The Sun, Chelsea’s pursuit of Lukaku is being driven by technical director Michael Emenalo, with Conte convinced that Real Madrid’s Alvaro Morata would be a better fit.It is claimed that Conte wants the club’s hierarchy to back him by bringing in Morata.Conte is said to have been boosted by reports from Spain that Morata is unsettled at Real and could look to move on this summer.Blues confident on Bakayoko – MailEmbed from Getty ImagesChelsea are confident that they can beat stiff competition to the signing of Tiemoue Bakayoko, the Daily Mail say.The Monaco midfielder, 22, has reportedly been lined up for a £30m move to Stamford Bridge.Manchester United, Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Juventus are also said to be interested in him.   Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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SA team develops HIV monitoring tool

first_imgA software application developed by the University of Cape Town to monitor patients on treatment for HIV and TB treatment is being implemented by countries such as Mozambique, Malawi, Vietnam and Pakistan.The electronic register, developed by UCT’s Centre for Infectious Disease, Epidemiology and Research (CIDER), is already in use in 3 000 clinics in South Africa.Known as TIER.net, the software was developed because paper registers used to keep track of HIV patients became too unwieldy.Although another application – eKapa2 – had already been developed to do this, it could not be used by all clinics as it relies on internet access to work. TIER.Net, on the other hand, operates offline, requiring only a computer.CollaborationThe application is the result of a collaborative effort between CIDER, the Canadian International Development Agency, the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, and the World Health Organisation. The Western Cape and national government teams also participated in the development of the project.Representatives from Mozambique, Malawi, Vietnam and Pakistan were at UCT recently for TIER.Net training.CIDER has been responsible for overseeing the implementation of TIER.Net and eKapa 2 in the Western Cape, as well as training “master implementers” for the national Department of Health.Originally the idea was that TIER.Net would only be used in the Western Cape, but it soon drew the attention of the Department of Health, who requested that it be made available to all clinics in South Africa.There are more than 4 000 public sector clinics in South Africa, with TIER.Net being used in more than 3 000 facilities. It cannot be implemented in all clinics as some do not have electricity.Once clinics have been equipped with bandwidth, they will cross over to eKapa 2.“All three systems – paper register, TIER.Net and eKapa – are interoperable,” said CIDER’s Meg Osler, who oversaw TIER.Net’s software development. All three systems can be used to produce the same reports that feed into a single provincial and national database for ARV services.Information gathered through TIER.Net, eKapa 2 or paper register is used to inform policy and resource allocation.This is an edited version of a story first published by UCT. See www.uct.ac.zalast_img read more

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