UK Student using a loud blender in class – Video

A young man was recently spotted using a very loud blender in a class, in United kingdom while lecture was on going.

The young man was seen blending an unknown substance, interrupting what the lecturer was saying.

After he was done, the lecturer could be heard calmly telling the young student that it was discourteous for him to do that without first obtaining his permission.

The young man apologized and asked if he could blend again to which the lecturer agreed.

Although a lot of people consider what the student did to be rude, netizens have hailed the lecturers equanimity despite what the student did, saying that can never happen in Nigeria.

Watch the video below:


Barcelona, Arsenal Battle For Alexander Isak

Alexander Isak is on the radar of two European clubs, Barcelona and Arsenal ahead of the summer transfer window.

Isak was linked to Arsenal last summer, following his impressive performance at the Euro 2020 Championship.

Isak had previously expressed his desire to play in England and his wish to reach the highest level in the game.

Speaking to the Independent Alexander said “I am in a good place at the moment,I am very happy, but one day it would be nice to play in England as well.

“They have six or seven of the biggest clubs in the world,it is a very high level, and of course one day it would be an alternative. Every player wants to be the best version of themselves and reach the highest possible level.

“I have expectations for myself that I am trying to fulfill,so we’ll see where the journey takes me in the future.”

Football.London reports that Arsenal are said to be looking at Alexander Isak as well as Lille striker Jonathan David to fill the striker’s void in the team,after Pierre-Emerick
Aubameyang’s transfer to Barcelona and the potential exodus of Alexander Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah in the summer.

Chelsea lead Barcelona in race to sign 25-year-old Brazilian attacker – Reports

Chelsea are reportedly ahead of Barcelona in the race to sign Leeds United star Raphinha. The Brazilian has been one of the standout performers in what has otherwise been a disappointing 2021-22 campaign for Marcelo Bielsa’s side.

According to Footballtransfer, Chelsea have the edge over Barcelona in the battle to sign Raphinha. The 25-year-old’s release clause currently stands at €75 million but could be reduced to as little as €25 million if Leeds suffer relegation from the Premier League this season. The club are currently languishing in fifteenth place in the league table, just five points above the relegation zone.

Raphinha joined Leeds United from French club Rennes in the summer of 2020 in a deal worth €20 million. The winger enjoyed an impressive first season with the club, scoring six goals in 31 appearances in all competitions and helping Leeds finish ninth in the Premier League table.

Raphinha has grown from strength to strength this season. The Brazilian has scored nine goals and provided two assists for the club in just 23 appearances in all competitions. His performances have caught the attention of the likes of Chelsea and Barcelona.

Chelsea will look to sign a forward this summer as a number of their attackers have failed to provide the goods this season. The likes of Kai Havertz and Timo Werner have struggled to cope with the speed and physical demands of the Premier League since their big-money move to Stamford Bridge from the Bundesliga last summer.

Christian Pulisic has shown glimpses of his ability during his time with the Blues. The American’s time with Chelsea has, however, been ravaged by injuries. Thomas Tuchel’s side could therefore try to sign Raphinha.

Barcelona, on the other hand, are bracing themselves for the potential exit of Ousmane Dembele this summer. The Frenchman’s contract with the club is set to expire at the end of the season and he has thus far rejected the chance to extend his deal with the Catalan giants. Barcelona reportedly view Raphinha as a potential replacement for Dembele

Chelsea lead Barcelona in the race to sign to sign Raphinha this summer – and the Brazilian will be available for as little as €25 million if Leeds are relegated.

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Chelsea and Barcelona will need to part ways with some players before making a move for Raphina