Vlahovic is required by the top Europeans 70 million euros and other conditions for the inclusion of Fiorentina's top scorer

Vlahovic is required by the top Europeans 70 million euros and other conditions for the inclusion of Fiorentina's top scorer  Fiorentina's sporting director, Daniele Brady, said the club is open to selling striker Dusan Vlahovic in January, but he estimates his value at more than 70 million euros.  Reports stated that the 21-year-old attracted the interest of clubs, including Juventus and Arsenal, after scoring 17 goals in the Italian league this season, to share the top scorer list alongside Lazio striker Ciro Immobile.  Brady told Sport Italia that Vlahovic "has a great valuation, more than 70 million euros. With the refusal to include in the deal any players or payments distributed over years," meaning that the Italian team wants the full amount, cash and without installments.  Vlahovic's contract in Florence expires in June 2023, and club owner Rocco Commisso announced last October that the striker had rejected offers to extend his contract.  But Brady revealed that the offers received by the club so far this month have yielded nothing, due to the lack of appropriate channels of communication on the part of the Serbian player's agents.  "We've had some interesting offers, but we haven't had a response from his representatives," Brady said. "Our doors are open. I say this because we want to understand what the player wants and what his representatives want. We are also open to sitting down again to discuss the renewal of the contract."  "We are a club with an annual turnover of 75 million euros, so we cannot lose Doosan for free," he added.

Vlahovic is required by the top Europeans 70 million euros and other conditions for the inclusion of Fiorentina's top scorer

Fiorentina's sporting director, Daniele Brady, said the club is open to selling striker Dusan Vlahovic in January, but he estimates his value at more than 70 million euros.

Reports stated that the 21-year-old attracted the interest of clubs, including Juventus and Arsenal, after scoring 17 goals in the Italian league this season, to share the top scorer list alongside Lazio striker Ciro Immobile.

Brady told Sport Italia that Vlahovic "has a great valuation, more than 70 million euros. With the refusal to include in the deal any players or payments distributed over years," meaning that the Italian team wants the full amount, cash and without installments.

Vlahovic's contract in Florence expires in June 2023, and club owner Rocco Commisso announced last October that the striker had rejected offers to extend his contract.

But Brady revealed that the offers received by the club so far this month have yielded nothing, due to the lack of appropriate channels of communication on the part of the Serbian player's agents.

"We've had some interesting offers, but we haven't had a response from his representatives," Brady said. "Our doors are open. I say this because we want to understand what the player wants and what his representatives want. We are also open to sitting down again to discuss the renewal of the contract."

"We are a club with an annual turnover of 75 million euros, so we cannot lose Doosan for free," he added.


Qatar inaugurates a free outdoor sports training arena for the public  Doha : Qatar has allocated a green space in one of the parks in the capital, Doha, for the public to perform exercises and provides an integrated fitness service free of charge for those wishing to adopt a healthy lifestyle, within the state’s plan to make physical activity a focus of the population’s routine.  The project is part of the “Your Health First” initiative and the Fitness Box campaign to promote health and well-being in Qatar, launched by government institutions and an American University of Medicine.  Al-Quds Al-Arabi attended the inauguration ceremony of the pioneering initiative by the Ministry of Municipality represented by the Public Parks Department, and Weill Cornell University, the American branch of Qatar Foundation for Education, which is considered one of the most prominent academic edifices in the field of medicine and which sponsors a number of initiatives in the community.  The inauguration event was held at Al Rayyan Park - Green Carpet, and was attended by Dr. Javed Sheikh, Dean of Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar, Mohamed Ibrahim Al Sada, Assistant Director of the Public Parks Department at the Ministry of Municipality, and Saleh bin Saad Al Mana, Vice President and Director of Government and Public Affairs at ExxonMobil Qatar , along with Jaber Hassan Al Jaber, Director of Al Rayyan Municipality, a number of Qatari officials, and a crowd of ambassadors accredited to the country.  “Gym” and outdoor fitness center The launch of this project, which is dedicated to the residents of Qatar and gives them the opportunity to exercise free of charge, was the establishment of the “Fitness Box” platform in two well-known locations: Al Rayyan Park - Green Carpet, and Al Matar Park (the old airport area).  The idea is to create a sustainable platform powered by solar energy, made from redesigned and recycled shipping containers, and fitted with a giant screen to broadcast fitness exercises led by internationally known trainers.  Fitness Box training is held throughout the week, from morning until evening, with a tendency to add more Fitness Box platforms in other public parks across Qatar, giving everyone the opportunity to participate in healthy physical exercises.  International trainers for Qatar fans for free This initiative, which includes providing fitness programs with international trainers, through a special screen in the gardens, is designed to inspire all members of society to maintain physical exercise, and to inculcate the importance of fitness and maintaining health in their minds.  The “Fitness Box” platform provides free physical exercises, and the public parks were chosen for their establishment because they represent open and safe outdoor spaces that enable participants to abide by the applicable social distancing laws while watching the trainers’ exercises on a giant screen.  Each fitness training is individually designed by well-known fitness trainers and according to criteria set by the “Your Health First” campaign with a focus on attracting all members of the community, of all ages and fitness levels.  The fitness training is broadcast in three languages: English, Arabic and Urdu, in order to spread the desired benefit from it.  "Your health first" “Your Health First” is the health awareness campaign launched and managed by Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar since 2012. In this regard, Nisreen Al-Rifai, Chief External Affairs and Development Officer at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar who leads the “Your Health First” effort, said: “It is well known The State of Qatar places a high priority on enabling the children of the future generation to maintain their fitness and health, in a way that makes them able to contribute to Qatar’s national march with its confident steps towards the future.”  She added in a press statement on the occasion: "Through the inspiring "Fitness Box" initiative, we provide many opportunities for all members of society to exercise, and it provides them with the opportunity to meet and enjoy exercise in a sustainable way." The official at the University of Medicine, which is ranked among the best in the world, stressed that "in addition to improving physical fitness, exercise also contributes to the prevention of diseases and greatly enhances human mental health and well-being."  Gym exercises without reservation and for free The exercises provided by the “Fitness Box” platforms are carefully designed to allow respect for the rules of social distancing, and exercise sessions are available for all ages and suitable for different levels of fitness, and each session takes between 15-20 minutes. There is no need for pre-booking, as the Fitness Box platform welcomes everyone to enjoy different exercises with their friends, families and the rest of the community.  Director of the Public Parks Department at the Ministry of Municipality, Mohamed Ali Al-Khoury, said: “This cooperation with the “Your Health First” campaign launched by Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar, one of Qatar Foundation’s partner universities, comes from our awareness of the importance of social responsibility in which all efforts are combined to achieve the vision of Qatar 2030, and support the strategic efforts of the Ministry of Municipality within the initiative to cooperate with health and sports institutions in developing recreation spaces in public parks, which aims to encourage visitors to public parks of all age groups to exercise.”  In his statement, the Qatari official added that “The Fitness Box initiative will definitely make a tangible contribution to advancing the health and well-being of society, and with Qatar’s hosting of the 2022 FIFA World Cup approaching, it is not surprising that the interest in physical fitness in Qatar has reached unprecedented levels, and here lies the role of “Fitness Box” because such initiatives will help everyone to achieve the desired levels of physical fitness while at the same time deepening societal ties in Qatar.”

Qatar inaugurates a free outdoor sports training arena for the public

Doha : Qatar has allocated a green space in one of the parks in the capital, Doha, for the public to perform exercises and provides an integrated fitness service free of charge for those wishing to adopt a healthy lifestyle, within the state’s plan to make physical activity a focus of the population’s routine.

The project is part of the “Your Health First” initiative and the Fitness Box campaign to promote health and well-being in Qatar, launched by government institutions and an American University of Medicine.

Al-Quds Al-Arabi attended the inauguration ceremony of the pioneering initiative by the Ministry of Municipality represented by the Public Parks Department, and Weill Cornell University, the American branch of Qatar Foundation for Education, which is considered one of the most prominent academic edifices in the field of medicine and which sponsors a number of initiatives in the community.

The inauguration event was held at Al Rayyan Park - Green Carpet, and was attended by Dr. Javed Sheikh, Dean of Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar, Mohamed Ibrahim Al Sada, Assistant Director of the Public Parks Department at the Ministry of Municipality, and Saleh bin Saad Al Mana, Vice President and Director of Government and Public Affairs at ExxonMobil Qatar , along with Jaber Hassan Al Jaber, Director of Al Rayyan Municipality, a number of Qatari officials, and a crowd of ambassadors accredited to the country.

“Gym” and outdoor fitness center

The launch of this project, which is dedicated to the residents of Qatar and gives them the opportunity to exercise free of charge, was the establishment of the “Fitness Box” platform in two well-known locations: Al Rayyan Park - Green Carpet, and Al Matar Park (the old airport area).

The idea is to create a sustainable platform powered by solar energy, made from redesigned and recycled shipping containers, and fitted with a giant screen to broadcast fitness exercises led by internationally known trainers.

Fitness Box training is held throughout the week, from morning until evening, with a tendency to add more Fitness Box platforms in other public parks across Qatar, giving everyone the opportunity to participate in healthy physical exercises.

International trainers for Qatar fans for free

This initiative, which includes providing fitness programs with international trainers, through a special screen in the gardens, is designed to inspire all members of society to maintain physical exercise, and to inculcate the importance of fitness and maintaining health in their minds.

The “Fitness Box” platform provides free physical exercises, and the public parks were chosen for their establishment because they represent open and safe outdoor spaces that enable participants to abide by the applicable social distancing laws while watching the trainers’ exercises on a giant screen.

Each fitness training is individually designed by well-known fitness trainers and according to criteria set by the “Your Health First” campaign with a focus on attracting all members of the community, of all ages and fitness levels.

The fitness training is broadcast in three languages: English, Arabic and Urdu, in order to spread the desired benefit from it.

"Your health first"

“Your Health First” is the health awareness campaign launched and managed by Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar since 2012. In this regard, Nisreen Al-Rifai, Chief External Affairs and Development Officer at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar who leads the “Your Health First” effort, said: “It is well known The State of Qatar places a high priority on enabling the children of the future generation to maintain their fitness and health, in a way that makes them able to contribute to Qatar’s national march with its confident steps towards the future.”

She added in a press statement on the occasion: "Through the inspiring "Fitness Box" initiative, we provide many opportunities for all members of society to exercise, and it provides them with the opportunity to meet and enjoy exercise in a sustainable way." The official at the University of Medicine, which is ranked among the best in the world, stressed that "in addition to improving physical fitness, exercise also contributes to the prevention of diseases and greatly enhances human mental health and well-being."

Gym exercises without reservation and for free

The exercises provided by the “Fitness Box” platforms are carefully designed to allow respect for the rules of social distancing, and exercise sessions are available for all ages and suitable for different levels of fitness, and each session takes between 15-20 minutes. There is no need for pre-booking, as the Fitness Box platform welcomes everyone to enjoy different exercises with their friends, families and the rest of the community.

Director of the Public Parks Department at the Ministry of Municipality, Mohamed Ali Al-Khoury, said: “This cooperation with the “Your Health First” campaign launched by Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar, one of Qatar Foundation’s partner universities, comes from our awareness of the importance of social responsibility in which all efforts are combined to achieve the vision of Qatar 2030, and support the strategic efforts of the Ministry of Municipality within the initiative to cooperate with health and sports institutions in developing recreation spaces in public parks, which aims to encourage visitors to public parks of all age groups to exercise.”

In his statement, the Qatari official added that “The Fitness Box initiative will definitely make a tangible contribution to advancing the health and well-being of society, and with Qatar’s hosting of the 2022 FIFA World Cup approaching, it is not surprising that the interest in physical fitness in Qatar has reached unprecedented levels, and here lies the role of “Fitness Box” because such initiatives will help everyone to achieve the desired levels of physical fitness while at the same time deepening societal ties in Qatar.”

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