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Liverpool target reveals contract talks are on hold

first_imgLiverpool target Javier Pastore has revealed that talks about a new Paris Saint-Germain contract are on hold until the summer – and says his agent has received many offers regarding his future.The Argentinian has been one of PSG’s star performers this season and discussions about a new deal in Paris have been ongoing.Pastore’s current contract runs out in June 2016, when he would be able to walk away as a free agent, and reports have suggested that Liverpool and Real Madrid are both set to test their resolve to keep him this summer.The midfielder insists he will honour his contract but PSG may be forced to sell to ensure they do not lose him for nothing next year.And now the 25-year-old has revealed that talks have hit a snag and he does not expect them to resume until the end of the season.He said: “Talks have stopped. We do not talk more about an extension but I remain calm. I gave my word, I said that I will do my 5 years contract, I will do this year.“This is a negotiation between the club and my agent. I just want to think about the important matches happen.“After the championship, we will speak again of an extension. The desire to stay is there, of course. Everything was ready to extend. But these are things that happen. I have to think about the important matches happen.“No club has spoken with me. My agent has received many proposals. I am calm.” 1 Javier Pastore in action for PSG last_img read more

Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific named Best Place to Work

first_imgWyndham Destinations Asia Pacific named Best Place to WorkWyndham Destinations Asia Pacific named Best Place to Work Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific has been recognised with Best Place to Work, Best Legal Team and Best New Resort Development at the annual Perspective Magazine Awards.The awards program is the only global recognition platform in the vacation ownership industry that is judged by both a panel of experts and industry peers. The awards were announced at the Perspective Magazine Awards ceremony at the GNEX conference in The Bahamas last week in front of an audience of industry leaders.Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific is a division of Wyndham Destinations (NYSE:WYND), the world’s largest vacation ownership and exchange company.“We are thrilled to be recognised with these accolades.  The prestigious Best Place to Work award is a reflection of our culture of collaboration, our commitment to provide career growth, as well as great employee benefits for our approximately 4,000 employees. This includes launching an inclusion program last year to celebrate diversity across our workplace,” said Bruce Harkness, Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Customer Experience, Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific.In addition to the Best Place to Work mantle, it is the second consecutive year that the company’s legal and compliance team has been recognised with the Best Legal Team award.The Best New Resort Development title went to the company’s new resort in Bali, Indonesia, Wyndham Resort Dreamland Bali.Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific develops and manages resorts on behalf of Wyndham’s two Asia Pacific vacation clubs, Worldmark South Pacific Club and Club Wyndham Asia.  The company has over 45 managed hotels and resorts in its portfolio across Asia Pacific under the Wyndham, Wyndham Grand, Wyndham Garden, TRYP by Wyndham, Ramada by Wyndham and Days Inn by Wyndham brands.Source = Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacificlast_img read more