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Deadline Day: Manchester United will make Falcao the highest paid player in the Premier League

cityam.com — Radamel Falcao is set to become the highest paid player in the Premier League after Manchester United agreed to take the Colombian striker on a one-year loan deal from AS Monaco earlier today. Manchester United are believed to be paying a £6m loan fee for Falcao's services, and will take on 100 per cent of his £346,000 a week wages.
Sep 01, 2014

RT @CityAM: Falcao's wages will cost Manchester United more than Arsenal pay Ozil and Sanchez put together dlvr.it/6nLXQB

Sep 01, 2014

#MUFC will pay more towards Falcao's wages than #AFC spend on Sanchez and Ozil put together: cityam.com/1409603590/man… pic.twitter.com/rodI8keSC9

Airport expansion is vital for London’s prosperity - but politicians still do nothing

cityam.com — WITH the Airports Commission widely tipped to make an announcement about Boris Johnson's Estuary airport proposal today, it is important we take stock of what is at stake. The airports debate is about more than where to put extra planes and runways: it's about jobs, growth and our country's future prosperity.
Sep 01, 2014

RT @CityAM: Airport expansion is vital for London’s prosperity – but politicians still do nothing dlvr.it/6nLWgV

How to stop climate change: Drop the hamburger

cityam.com — Bad news, hamburger fans. New research shows that if we are going to have any chance of slowing down climate change, we must eat less meat. We tend to concentrate on practices such as fracking and emissions from coal-based power stations when we consider the prevention of climate change, but a paper published today in Nature Climate Change suggests that the impact of eating habits is no trivial matter.

Arsenal transfer news: Gunners sign fewest players in the Premier League despite need for a new striker

cityam.com — With the transfer window deadline looming, Arsenal fans were frantically refreshing their Twitter feeds and monitoring Sky Sports News in the hope of seeing their side add new players to their ranks. As things currently stand, Arsenal have signed fewer players than any other Premier League side this summer, with the Gunners bringing just four new players to the Emirates Stadium.
Sep 01, 2014

Arsenal are bottom of the "players signed" column. The only one that counts, obviously: cityam.com/1409587387/Dea…