- via metro.co.ukBrewster is in high demand (Picture: Getty)Liverpool told Rhian Brewster’s suitors the forward is for sale but only if a buy-back clause is inserted into the deal, according to reports.Brewster impressed on loan at Swansea City last season, scoring eleven times in just 22 appearances for the Championship side.Jurgen Klopp is a massive fan of 20-year-old, but is keen for Brewster to benefit more from regular football.Clubs appear to be lining up to take Brewster on loan and Sky Sports claim
- Most parts of the UK will be dry with sunny spells on Saturday, but temperatures are set to remain cold. The Met Office has seven flood alerts in place after heavy rain hit the country on Friday
- NRL Indigenous star Tyrone Peachey has alleged he was called a 'black c**t by a rival player on Friday night.
- Hans Christian Wolters says authorities simply need to be 'convinced' Madeleine McCann is dead to put the suspect on trial. The child disappeared during a family holiday in Portugal in 2007
- Queenslanders have hit the cafes, beaches and pubs as the state eases restrictions on gatherings in the Gold Coast and West Morton government areas.
- The teacher at Orara High School in Coffs Harbour, on the NSW mid north coast, allegedly made the comments on Wednesday - which sparked a protest by students on Friday.
- The fast food restaurant'sbasket in Hoxton Park, in Sydney's west, was crushed after it torn off the pole due to dangerous winds of 115km/h on Friday evening.
- Simon Reeve wrote a 960-word email to Seven boss Kerry Stokes moaning that he was only offered five weeks pay when he was told his services were no longer required.
Kamala Harris slammed claims BLM protests and violent unrest 'essential' for keeping police in checkVice presidential candidate Kamala Harris has praised recent Black Lives Matter protests saying they are 'essential' for change in the country. Harris was speaking at the NAACP convention.
- New South Wales has recorded just one new case of COVID-19 in a another positive day for the state. The only case of the virus was from a returned traveler currently in hotel quarantine.
- 'A three year HOAX. A failed COUP!' Trump tweeted on Friday, sharing a link to a Fox News report revealing explosive remarks made by FBI agent William J. Barnett in an interview with DOJ.
Trump wants 'friendly transition' claiming only way he loses is if there's mail-in ballot 'mischief'Trump insisted Friday the only way he will lose the election is if Democrats cheat through mass mail-in ballot measures implemented amid health concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.
- A brave woman who allegedly suffered years of horrific sexual abuse at the hands of her stepfather, extracted his confession in a recorded phone call.
- The footage, captured at Cahills Crossing, Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory, showed a four-wheel drive driving through the water.
- Shehroze Chaudhry, 25, publicly discussed his alleged role in the terrorist group, claiming he had taken part in execution-style killings. But after an investigation he was charged with hoax-terrorist activity
- via metro.co.ukAouar is closing in on a move to Arsenal (Picture: AFP via Getty)Lyon have reduced their asking price for Houssem Aouar, with Arsenal closing in on a deal for the French midfielder.The Ligue 1 side will reject Arsenal’s £32million bid but expect Mikel Arteta’s side to return with a new and improved offer.
Lyon chiefs initially wanted £55m for the central midfielder but, according to ESPN, have now reduced that figure to between £36-41m, which is not far away from Ar
- Year 12 students St Aloysius College in Milsons Point on Sydney's lower North Shore, were found to be engaging in 'very inappropriate and concerning activities' on September 25.
- On Friday, the Commander-in-chief kept up his frenetic schedule, appearing in Florida, Georgia, Washington, D.C. and Virginia, as Biden continued to lay low.
- The family of Bradley Robert Edwards have reportedly contacted prominent barristers in Perth to appeal the case against the convicted murderer.
- Matiu Ratana, 54, died after being shot at Croydon Custody Centre in south London during the early hours of Friday. He was described as 'lovely' and 'an inspiration'
- The Constitution Unit at University College London found only the Belgian and Spanish royal families cost less per head of the population.
- The actor and comedian - who runs a sportswear business - decided to use the 1972 hit Listen to the Music in an ad for a £40 polo shirt.
- Ambulance crews and police discovered a 23-year-old man with stab wounds at Bunyarra Reserve on Russell Street, Emu Plains, on Thursday.
- A study has identified a phenomenon known as 'passive email incivility' which has a harmful effect on those at the receiving end.
- A fund was approved by the Archbishops' Council, which also said that in the future it would invite outside authorities to run independent inquiries into allegations against Church figures.
- President Trump tweeted on Friday night blasting New York Govr Andrew Cuomo saying he 'wanted New York to be last on the list to receive the vaccine'. Cuomo then responded in his own tweets and msnbc
- Calmer weather is expected to make a comeback this morning with temperatures staying around 50F but 'dry and sunny conditions' continuing throughout the day in the UK.
- Manchester Metropolitan University students (pictured) at two accommodation sites in the city have been instructed to self-isolate for 14 days following a spike in coronavirus cases.
- The first of three presidential debates is scheduled to take place at 9pm ET in Cleveland, and promises to be a wild night of spirited arguments, and likely personal attacks.
- Scott Morrison renewed calls into an inquiry of how COVID-19 began at the 75th United Nations general assembly on Saturday morning.
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