Who is Mbaye Diagne? The Chelsea target who has scored 20 goals already this term

first_imgFurther loan stints with in Saudi Arabia, Belgium and Hungary followed before Chinese side Tianjin TEDA signed him from Juve in January 2016.After scoring 15 goals in 45 appearances across two spells, he made the switch back to Europe when Kasimpasa came calling for his services this time last year.What is his style of play?Diagne is a powerful and imposing forward who is a real menace in the penalty area and threat at set-pieces.Five of his 20 goals this season have been via headers, while another six have come from the penalty spot – proving he is a cool customer in front of goal.How has he performed this season?WhoScored.com have given him a rating of 7.69 for his performances so far this season.Diagne has scored an incredible 20 goals in 17 appearances, while also registering two assists along the way. 2 move on Here is what you need to know about Diagne: GOSSIP What clubs has he played for?Diagne started his career in the lower leagues of Italy and, after prolific spells at both Brandizzo 27 goals in 30 games) and AC Bra (23 goals in 29 appearances), he sealed a huge move to Juventus in 2013, who were managed by Antonio Conte at the time.He was shipped out on loan in September of that year though, joining French side Ajaccio, managed by Conte’s former club and international team-mate Fabrizio Ravanelli.He returned to Turin at the start of 2014, with his next step a loan move to Belgian side Lierse.He impressed during his brief spell in the Pro League, notching seven goals in 11 appearances. SIGN HIM International careerDiagne didn’t receive his first Senegal cap until last year. He has earned three caps in total, but didn’t make the cut for their World Cup squad.Who are interested in him?Diagne’s form has unsurprisingly not gone unnoticed, with a host of clubs monitoring the forward’s situation as things stand.As well as the aforementioned trio, the 27-year-old has also attracted interest from West Ham and Fulham.Diagne, who has his sight set on a move to the Premier League in the future, has a contract with Kasimpasa until June 2022. Antonio Conte was Juventus’ manager when Diagne sealed a dream move to Turin SO LONG Chelsea have reportedly been knocked back in their attempts to sign Senegal striker Mbaye Diagne.Turkish newspaper Milliyet claim the Blues have had a £13.5million bid rejected for the Kasimpasa striker, who has also attracted interest from Wolves and Leeds in recent months.The paper suggest that the Süper Lig outfit want £27million if they are to part company with the forward – who has scored 20 goals in 17 appearances so far this season.It is unknown at this stage whether Chelsea will make another move for Diagne, but they are looking to bring in a No.9 in this window due to their issues in this position this season. Euro expert explains why Liverpool should be so excited about Minamino Latest Transfer News ‘I’d love to see Chilwell at Chelsea’ – Ashley Cole backs planned January transfer Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father center_img Man United ‘miss out’ on Minamino, West Ham scout Flamengo strikers, Auba wants out Mbaye Diagne, right, has scored 20 goals in 17 appearances this season for Kasimpasa LIVING THE DREAM Napoli planning £21m bid for Arsenal star who has struggled for game time Born: Oct 28, 1991 in Dakar, SenegalInternational: 3 caps, no goals2018/19 Super Lig stats: 17 games, 20 goalsCareer highlight: Diagne joined Serie A champions Juventus in 2013, who were managed by Antonio Conte at the time. 10 players who need a transfer, including Arsenal, Liverpool and Man United stars 2 ‘perfect fit” Eriksen ‘looks on his way out of Spurs’ after poor Champions League display Mbaye Diagne factfile wanted man Man United leading Sancho race, Arsenal want Smalling, Jose eyes first Spurs signing GOSSIP last_img read more

Finlandbased Teleste will use ANGA COM to showcas

first_imgFinland-based Teleste will use ANGA COM to showcase its ACE8 intelligent deep fibre node, the first product in its Intelligent Networks framework that supports forthcoming DOCSIS 3.1 requirements.Teleste’s Intelligent Network concept comprises equipment that can be automatically adjusted, remotely configured and monitored, and accompanying management software.According to Teleste, the Intelligent Network allows ingress signals to be automatically isolated and blocked, making it easy to identify and locate problems and significantly reduce service outages and network repair times.The ACE8 supports frequencies up to 1.2GHz downstream and 200MHz upstream.Teleste is also partnering with Asheridge Communications to highlight the Asheridge BarrIER, a new technology that introduces ingress/egress protection into in-home products.BarrIER stops noise from entering networks with up to 40dB signal attenuation over the whole spectrum 5-2000MHz, and is being incorporated into isolators, amplifiers, flyleads, wall-outlets, and any device inside the home that can be accessed by the subscriber, according to Teleste.According to Teleste, its Intelligent Network concept can reduce operating costs by up to 50%.Teleste will be exhibiting on Stand E19 at ANGA COM.last_img read more

BT Sport has secured the rights to German Bundesli

first_imgBT Sport has secured the rights to German Bundesliga football until 2017.The new two-year contract, which starts in September 2015, means that BT Sport will show  around 115 live matches a season from the Bundesliga, about 15 more matches than the current deal.BT Sport will also have the rights to the annual DFL Supercup matches plus previews and highlights shows.BT Sport already holds the current rights to show the Bundesliga exclusively live in the UK. For the remainder of the current season and next season, the channels will continue to show around 100 live matches, plus action from the DFL Supercup and preview and highlights shows.Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “We are really thrilled that we will continue to be the home of Bundesliga for the next three seasons until 2017.”last_img read more