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Topics : “I’m going to be a stone in your shoe. I’m going to blow up, you will see,” Yepez, wearing jeans with a rifle slung over his should, said in the video. Reuters was not able to independently verify the videos.Mexican security forces on Sunday said they arrested members of an organized crime group in a raid in Celeya, where they found a about 1 kilogram of a something resembling methamphetamine and 2 million pesos ($88,000).”Among the detainees are Maria “N”, Juana “N” and Rosalba “N”, alleged financial operators of the criminal organization,” Mexico’s security agencies said in a joint statement, without naming the Santa Rosa cartel or its leader.El Universal newspaper said Yepez’ mother, sister and girlfriend were all arrested.Yepez said he feared the authorities would frame his mother as one of the leaders of the cartel. “In my mother’s and my people name…I don’t fear you,” he said.Yepez also said he could form a coalition with the Sinaloa cartel or other crime groups in the north to fight Santa Rosa’s arch-foe Jalisco New Generation cartel, which has been on a bloody expansion drive to take over rivals’ territories across the country. One of the most wanted Mexican cartel leaders threatened the government and his arch-foes in highly unusual video messages, including one where he can be seen fighting back tears after his mother was detained over the weekend.Jose “El Marro” Yepez, leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel, that has been a thorn in the side of the President Andres Lopez Obrador’s government due to his gang’s industrial-scale siphoning of petroleum from state-run oil company Pemex.In one of the videos widely shared on social media, Yepez can be seen lashing out against the government after his mother was allegedly arrested in a major security operation in the city of Celeya in Mexico’s bloodiest state, Guanajuato.
As we edge closer to the January transfer window we’re seeing more rumours coming out.Some of these reports are fairly believable but other are likely to leave your jaw on the floor should they go through at the start of 2016.One surprising move has already gone through with Manchester City signing Australian free agent Luke Bratton, who was recently released Brisbane Roar.Several other Premier League sides could look to reignite their title bids with big transfer moves for star players.But who are the men who could make these switches? talkSPORT takes a look.Click the right arrow above to find out which shock transfer could go through in January… 7 Edinson Cavani (Paris Saint-Germain to Chelsea) – Spanish website Fichajes is reporting Cavani could be set to end his association with the Parisians as he once again finds himself play out wide. Being unable to oust Zlatan Ibrahimovic from a central role appears to have frustrated him and hell consider a switch. Arsenal want the player but it seems the Uruguay international may prefer a move to Chelsea with the player being valued at £32m. Eden Hazard (Chelsea to Paris Saint-Germain) – Hazard is finding it hard to live up to his usual high standards this season and is yet to score, while only delivering two assists. Despite that hes still a wanted man, with Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain interested. A 100m bid is being mulled over by the latter side according to a Belgian newspaper. 7 Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich to Liverpool) – With Jurgen Klopps appointment at Anfield it was only a matter of time before he was linked with signing some former charges. Marco Reus, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Ilkay Gundogan have all be mentioned but the real shock reports were ones which suggested he could attempt to lure Lewandowski to Merseyside. Valued at £35m (just £2.5m more than Christian Benteke), he might actually be affordable, but are Bayern Munich mad enough to sell him? Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid to Manchester United) – Just below La Ligas shining lights Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo sit several other quality stars, including French star Griezmann. The Atletico Madrid man has been terrorising defences in Spain for two seasons now and has 26 goals in 46 appearances. Manchester United are reportedly stepping up their interest as Louis van Gaal looks to improve his faltering frontline, with the Red Devils contacting the players representatives. The 24-year-old would cost around £40m. 7 7 7 7 Gonzalo Higuain (Napoli to Arsenal) – Arsenals Karim Benzema chase was ended when the man himself denied he was heading for the Real Madrid exit, leaving the Gunners to move their striker search elsewhere. Higuain has been previously linked with the club on several occasions but now could be looked at more intensely. His current release clause is £67.7m, which might be a tad too expensive, but can Arsene Wenger really risk losing another big-name striker, especially one who has hit seven goals in nine Serie A appearances. 7 Dele Alli (Tottenham to Paris Saint-Germain) – Even though many tipped the starlet for success at Spurs, its hard to believe the impact the 19-year-old has had at White Hart Lane. Alli has already got his first Premier League goal and his skilful box-to-box display have got Tottenham fans excited. According to LEquipe, PSGs sporting director Olivier Letang watched the England international in action as Mauricio Pochettinos side took on Anderlecht in the Europa League. Jamie Vardy (Leicester City to Real Madrid) – Reports in Spain have, quite amazingly linked ex-Fleetwood Town striker Vardy with an astonishing move to La Liga giants Real. Rafael Benitez seems keen to provide Karim Benzema with some competition and the 10-goal hitman is drawing his attention. Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri, though, told reporters the Spanish side would have to spend a lot of money to get their man.
Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Paris: Neymar made his latest comeback from injury for Paris Saint-Germain on Friday as first-half goals by Mauro Icardi and Angel Di Maria saw the Ligue 1 leaders ease to a 2-0 win over Lille at the Parc des Princes.The in-form Icardi opened the scoring from close range in the 17th minute with his 10th goal in PSG’s last nine games, and Di Maria doubled their lead just after the half-hour mark. Despite not being near their best, Thomas Tuchel’s side were too strong for the team who finished runners-up behind them last season.After just 14 games, PSG are 11 points clear of second-placed Marseille, who play on Sunday.Neymar had not played for his club since October 5, having suffered a hamstring injury playing for Brazil against Nigeria a week later.It was just the latest spell on the sidelines for the world’s most expensive player, who has featured in barely half of PSG’s matches since signing from Barcelona in 2017.His decision to fly to Madrid to take in the Davis Cup tennis this week did not go down well with Tuchel, but the German coach still handed Neymar a start here.On just his sixth appearance of the campaign, Neymar lasted 65 minutes before being replaced by Kylian Mbappe, who had been struggling with illness in recent days.”I didn’t expect too much from him because he has been out for six weeks. He lacked precision and his usual sense of timing but that is how it is,” said Tuchel of Neymar.FRESH FOR REAL MADRIDThe Brazilian only produced brief glimpses of his class and headed straight to the dressing room after being taken off, with some supporters jeering the 27-year-old as he departed.”It’s normal, lots of players do that,” insisted Tuchel, dismissing any controversy.”Others go to the bench, but I didn’t see it because I was focused on making changes on the field. There is no need to make a big thing about it.”The main reason for Neymar’s withdrawal, however, will have been to keep him fresh for next Tuesday’s trip to Real Madrid when he will hope to make his first Champions League appearance this season.Lille had beaten PSG 5-1 when the sides last met in April, but they came here on a run of just one win in nine and without an away victory since March.They were without their top scorer, Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen, due to suspension, and coach Christophe Galtier had been left reeling when two of his assistants — Portuguese duo Joao Sacramento and Nuno Santos — left 48 hours before this game to team up with Jose Mourinho at Tottenham Hotspur.They still almost took a second-minute lead through Xeka, but the midfielder’s shot was saved by Keylor Navas.Instead it was PSG who went in front from their first chance, Icardi converting at the far post after Jose Fonte had failed to cut out Idrissa Gueye’s low centre.Mike Maignan saved well from Gueye before the home side scored again in the 31st minute through another of their Argentine contingent.Both Di Maria and Icardi had scored in PSG’s last game, a 2-1 win at Brest, and both were fresh here having not featured in the Argentina squad for their friendly matches against Brazil and Uruguay.On form they surely deserve to be playing for their country, however.Di Maria controlled Julian Draxler’s pass and beat Maignan to make it 2-0. That was the end of the scoring, although Draxler and substitute Edinson Cavani both squandered excellent second-half chances.”They didn’t play for Argentina and that was good for us because it meant we were able to manage their workload and keep them fresh,” Tuchel said of his two goal-scorers.”I’m delighted because they got their goals and worked hard for the team.” Angel Di MariafootballLigue 1Lille First Published: November 23, 2019, 8:47 AM IST