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Sam McCallum in action for Coventry City (Image: Morgan Harlow/Getty Images)Sign up to FREE email alerts from LeicestershireLive Weekday Leicester City FCSubscribeWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeLeicester City are reportedly set to miss out on the signing of Coventry City defender Sam McCallum.Liverpool are in pole position to land the 19 year old left back ahead of Leicester, Chelsea and Manchester City, according to 90min.The report claims a total of 20 clubs have scouted the teenager, who is a graduate of Jamie Vardy V9 Academy.McCallum joined League One side Coventry from non League outfit Herne Bay in the summer of 2018.Read MoreDuncan Ferguson provides key Everton update ahead of Leicester cup tieHe made eight appearances for the Sky Blues last season and has another 19 to his name in all competitions this term.Aston Villa, West Bromwich Albion, Leeds United, Huddersfield Town and Nottingham Forest are among the other clubs to have been linked with the youngster.McCallum signed a new contract in March which runs until 2022.Speaking in October, Coventry boss Mark Robins said: “He’s a really good player but if anyone wants to take him it’s going to cost a hell of a lot of money.Read MoreLeicester City to win the chase to sign 10m forward”There’s no interest or appetite to sell, and I wouldn’t think it would be beneficial for him to go anywhere at this stage.”He’s not at the stage where he’s going to be a regular every week but the possibility is that he will be.”You know what I think of him and what we think about him here, and for us to let him go it would take a monumental bid from anyone.
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Over the past 24 hours, commuters travelling on public transport in both locations has increased to a limited extent; London Underground tube network says that there’s been a 10% jump in passengers during peak hours.Yet it’s far from similar to the pre pandemic experience there are now soap dispensers in all stations and local government body Transport For London is asking everyone to wear facemasks, even though that is not a legal requirement. A failure to comply with the requirement can lead to a 135 fine.A letter of permission from the traveller’s employer explaining why they are on the transport system during rush hour is also required.In the French capital, numbers are still hugely down on most transport routes despite the new adjustments to the lockdown conditions, with carriages on the metro for example reportedly less than a quarter full in central areas.The carriages also have stickers on the floor, urging people to maintain social distancing and show them far how apart they are required to stand.However, there are continuing reports that networks serving outlying suburban areas are experiencing ongoing congestion in both the carriages and on platforms.Coronavirus: Trump claims speed action will create vaccine by end of year but experts say he will need a miracleDonald Trump on Friday said his administration hopes to deploy a coronavirus vaccine by the end of the year, appearing to push back his calls for one in just a few months as he declared the United States officially “back.”The president also again signalled he believes the worst of the pandemic which has left at least 86,000 Americans dead is behind the United States, saying: “Vaccine or no vaccine, we back” even as some states have stay at home orders in place.Coronavirus news live: UK’s R rate rises, and Trump says he is ‘looking at’ making vaccine free in USThe government has “much more to do” to help care homes combat the coronavirus pandemic, Matt Hancock has admitted under sustained questioning at the latest Downing Street briefing.Ray Winstone stranded in Italy because of coronavirus lockdownYahoo Celebrity UKAP PHOTOS: UK pubs await call to open doors againPop Sugar UK Beauty16 Products That Banish Razor Bumps and Burns For the Closest Shave PossibleWhen taking hair removal into your own hands for the first time, you may have to learn how to safely wax at home or shave your bikini line. But even if you done it before with no problems, there always the chance for razor burn or nicks. Luckily, there are products that can help both of those processes go even more smoothly and leave skin smoother, too. Some of these products are already known options before or after shaving your legs, but there are other items at Sephora you may not have ever considered (like, say, lip balm). And while a few may be traditionally marketed to men, it won take long reading through the comments from other shoppers before finding women who admit they love using them on legs, brows, and more. Of course, even though all of these things can soothe your skin at some point during the hair removal process (including waxing), it always important to test on a smaller area at first, especially if you sensitive. Let make not getting irritated (skin) one goal you can definitely hit this year, and check out 16 Sephora products whether you shaving or waxing.Liberal Democrats general election campaign was a speed car crash internal inquiry findsThe Liberal Democrats revoke policy “alienated large chunks of the population” during a general election campaign that resembled a “high speed car crash”, an internal inquiry has found. The party’s poor performance in December 2019 saw them drop to just 11 MPs in the Commons, with leader Jo Swinson losing her own seat in East Dunbartonshire. The former Watford mayor also criticised the party’s insistence that Ms Swinson could become Prime Minister. Ms Swinson billed herself as a contender for the premiership during the party election launch in November, an assertion which Baroness Thornhill said “appeared unrealistic to the wider public”. The review polled 20,000 members of the party, and Baroness Thornhill said it was obvious that many Lib Dems were “gutted and angry” with the election performance. The report heavily criticised the party’s internal machine, saying our “governance structures are a mess and don’t do what they are supposed to”. Baroness Thornhill also noted that decision making during the general election was “unclear”.