first_imgChelsea boss Antonio Conte has been in regular contact with Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata about a move this summer, according to reports in Spain.Morata completed a move from Juventus back to the Bernabeu this summer after Real activated their £23m buy-back clause on him.But reports are circulating that Real want to sell the 23-year-old for a huge profit this summer, with Chelsea and Arsenal both keen on luring him to the Premier League.According to Marca, Conte has been in daily contact with Morata to reassure him of his role should he sign for Chelsea.Morata is due to hold talks with Real boss Zinedine Zidane when he returns for pre-season next week before deciding on his future.But it now appears Chelsea are favourites to land the Spaniard if he does depart Real, with a £48m bid being mooted. 1 Alvaro Morata in action for Juventus last_img read more

first_imgAccording to those affected, they were summoned to a meeting at 12:30 p.m. and were prohibited from leaving the INM office until documents were signed. Those who refused to sign were allegedly fired. According to the state’s coordinator Arturo Abreu Marín, there will be a substantial reduction in the federal level of trustworthy personnel to concentrate the 73 delegations that exist in Quintana Roo in 24 units. Chetumal, Q.R. — Dozens of INM officers in Chetumal were reportedly forced to sign resignation papers after being confined inside the building. Those who were part of the signing ranged in seniority from five to 10 years of service and were reportedly summoned to a meeting, which is where they were asked to sign their resignation. Some INM officers who were unable to attend the meeting were outside the building being filled in via messages by fellow coworkers from inside. An IMN delegate, Aracely Ramírez, arrived at the office to explain that there was a loss of confidence due to various irregularities in the performance of duties.center_img A similar situation occurred in December at the Playa del Carmen SAT office when employees were held inside offices until resignation documents were signed. Police became involved when employees called them to be let out of the offices. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) A total of 68 officers with the Instituto Nacional de Migración (INM) were held inside the building in the state’s capital city of Chetumal Friday until they signed documents of notification due to, what officers have quoted, was for a “loss of confidence”. Employees argue that the “loss of confidence” is a strategy to dispose of their services without compensating them since some have up to 10 years with INM.last_img read more