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Google’s Mountain View project is reportedly back on track

You can't keep a good internet giant down: Google's Mountain View project is reportedly back on track

Following the unveiling – and subsequent rejection – of its ambitious new Mountain View headquarters, Google has reportedly submitted plans for a redesigned building that will be located on an unused plot the internet giant currently leases.

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Manchester United Transfer News: Huge David De Gea Rumours, Hugo Lloris Latest

David De Gea’s transfer from Manchester United to Real Madrid is “all but done,” according to Neil Custis of The Sun.  

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The Spanish stopper enjoyed a tremendous 2014-15 season in the Red Devils net—winning many points with vital saves—but he has long been linked with a switch to the Bernabeu. Custis suggests the inevitable is on the cusp of being finalised:

De Gea recently played it coy when asked about his future. He spoke at an event which saw him named the adopted son of Castilla-La Mancha, as reported by Manu Sainz of AS: “We’ll see what happens with my future.”

Such a quote isn’t the most committed, and with Custis’ tweet in mind, it’s entirely possible United fans may have witnessed De Gea’s last performance for the club. The 24-year-old is in line to dominate the Spanish national team before too long, replacing potential Madrid team-mate Iker Casillas in Vicente del Bosque’s side.

“De Gea does not want to say it, but at Madrid they already know that the goalkeeper wants to occupy the position in the Bernabeu goal from next season,” writes Sainz.

United manager Louis van Gaal previously admitted the club “have a list of goalkeepers who can replace him because we have to be organised always,” per Sky Sports. Tottenham Hotspur stopper Hugo Lloris is one of the stars being linked with an Old Trafford switch, as reported by Chisanga Malata of the Daily Star.

Lloris has confirmed he doesn’t have a buyout clause in comments given to French outlet L’Equipe (h/t Chris Davie of Goal.com): “That’s not true. There’s no clause.”

The Frenchman also confirmed he is in direct contact with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, suggesting there is nothing to hide, per L’Equipe:

I’ve always liked to talk directly to the Spurs board. It is important to know these guys, to feel the culture of the club and know how it functions. When you have the privilege of talking directly to the chairman, like I do with Daniel Levy, it makes things more simple. So I know what is said, it’s a relationship of trust.

United already have Spanish stopper Victor Valdes in their ranks. He put on an excellent performance during the recent 0-0 draw with Hull City, despite a couple of rusty moments from crosses. The former Barcelona ‘keeper ranks among the best in the world when fit, but he has barely played since suffering a serious knee injury prior to the 2014 World Cup.

De Gea would be a huge loss for the club, but Van Gaal can make up for his departure in other areas. A £10 million bid for Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has been mooted by the Daily Express (h/t Lee Thomas-Mason of Metro).

Southampton’s Morgan Schneiderlin is also linked by the Daily Star (h/t Jamie Sanderson of Metro), while German outlet BILD (h/t Sport Witness) indicates Ilkay Gundogan’s talks with Bayern Munich have “ended.” This could see United move closer to signing the Borussia Dortmund player during a summer of much change, as recently discussed by B/R UK’s Alex Dimond:

De Gea’s situation has appeared ominous for some time, as it’s not often Madrid fail to land their targets. The goalkeeper is a native of the city and is unlikely to turn down the chance to star in La Liga, having previously developed at Los Blancos’ neighbours Atletico Madrid.

Whether Van Gaal sticks with Valdes or moves for someone of Lloris’ ilk, the Dutchman will make sure United’s ranks are stacked. United need to be pushing on for trophies next season—having now gone two seasons without winning silverware—and must fill the squad with world-class players whether De Gea leaves or not.

BIGBANG Releases Music Video for Trap Hit “Bang Bang Bang”

South Korean boy band BIGBANG has released a music for their latest single, “Bang Bang Bang.” Known for their over-the-top showmanship and flamboyant style, their latest visual production meets all those criteria in its 4-minute-long span. An electronic dance beat rings in the verse before giving way to a trap-heavy chorus, as members of the group take turns entertaining the camera. Eclectic wardrobes and surreal backdrops align perfectly with BIGBANG’s unique aesthetic.

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Ocean Cleanup concept to become a reality next year

The 2,000 m (6,600 ft) Ocean Cleanup system will be deployed off the coast of Tsushima island in the Korea Strait

A concept designed to rid the oceans of plastic waste is to become a reality next year. Boyan’s Slat’s Ocean Cleanup system is expected to be deployed in the second quarter of 2016 in the waters between Japan and South Korea. It will be the longest floating structure ever deployed in the ocean.

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Copa America 2015 Team Guide: Mexico

With the 2015 Copa America now less than 10 days away, we continue our countdown to the tournament with our in-depth look at each of the squads in turn, their key names and what to expect from them.

This time it is the turn of Mexico—one of the two invited nations from the CONCACAF region, along with Jamaica—who we look at as they are set to do battle on two international fronts over the summer.

Chile 2015 should be a tremendous tournament with several nations having hopes of making an impact on the latter stages, so who will Mexico turn to in order to join them?

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