Tottenham, for its part, can only trust that the arrival on the bench of Jose Mourinho make him change his mind, but it seems that the player has already made the decision to leave and only remains to know when he will go and where he will go: “The only thing I can tell you is that I know what he will do, but it won’t be me who says so. It’s up to him to say what it is and when he’ll decide to talk about it, not about me.” Eriksen can choose and if everyone fights for him he can get a high chip go to the team that goes. Both from England and from Italy, they point out that Inter and United would be willing to pay now, but the player is the one with the last word. In the case of the Italian team there has even been talk of paying a bonus of 20 million euros to the player to make the decision now and thus avoid all the competition that may arise at the beginning of the next semester. These last two clubs, precisely, are aware of how difficult it will be for them to bid with such competition and intend to get ahead trying to convince them to change their air this month. To do this, they would have to pay Tottenham an amount close to the 30 million eurosalthough the Daniel Levy He does not have many weapons to press, since the player has not wanted to renew and knows that if he leaves in summer he will have the option to negotiate a somewhat higher chip if his buyer does not pay a single euro to the London team. Each day that passes the price of the player is a little lower and retain six months knowing that they would not enter anything does not seem the most appropriate option. 2. 3 Premier League* Data updated as of January 2, 2020 Since yesterday, all players whose contracts expire on June 30, 2020 are free to negotiate with other clubs. This is the case of Christian Eriksen, Perhaps the best market opportunity right now. The Danish of Tottenham It is intended by endless teams. Real Madrid is the one that has sounded the strongest and perhaps the one that the midfielder likes, but they have also been interested Juventus, PSG, Inter de Milan or Manchester United. A series* Data updated as of January 2, 2020
Calif. Regulator Seeks To Bar Anthem From Small Business Health Exchange Meanwhile, Minnesota officials announce the opening of a call center Sept. 3 to answer consumer questions about the state’s online insurance marketplace, which will begin enrolling people a month later.Los Angeles Times: Regulator Wants To Bar Anthem From Small-Business Health ExchangeCalifornia Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones wants industry giant Anthem Blue Cross barred from the state’s new health exchange for small businesses because he says the company imposes excessive rate hikes. Jones said the state’s largest for-profit health insurer should be denied access to the state-run market where thousands of small employers will purchase health coverage for their workers (Terhune, 6/13).Kaiser Health News: Capsules: California Insurance Chief Wants To Bar Anthem From Selling Small Business Coverage Citing a pattern of ‘unreasonable rate increases’ for small business customers by Anthem Blue Cross, California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones said Thursday he will recommend that the state’s new online insurance marketplace exclude the firm from selling small business coverage (Appleby, 6/13).The Associated Press: Minn. Health Insurance Call Center Opens In Sept.The call center for Minnesota’s new health insurance marketplace will be operational Sept. 3 to help prepare consumers for buying coverage when open enrollment begins a month later, officials said Wednesday. MNsure’s executive director, April Todd-Malmlov, updated board members on customer assistance plans for the exchange, where starting Oct. 1 about 1.3 million Minnesotans are expected to get their coverage, including 300,000 who don’t currently have health insurance (Karnowski, 6/13).Kaiser Health News: Capsules: Preparing For Flood Of Consumer Questions On Insurance ExchangesOn Oct. 1, individual consumers and small businesses will be able to enroll in the online health insurance marketplaces known as exchanges. Minnesota, where the state is running the exchange, and Florida, where the federal government will be in charge, are preparing in different ways. Under the Affordable Care Act, most Americans who don’t already have health insurance through employers, Medicare or some other source are required to get it as of Jan. 1 or pay a fine. Subsidies will be available for people who earn up to 400 percent of the federal poverty level to buy insurance (Girshman, 6/13). In other news related to health exchanges – Health News Florida: Prepare For Launch Of ‘Get Covered’ CampaignOn June 22, consumer-health groups across the nation will launch what they hope will be a massive education and enrollment campaign to find uninsured people and get them ready to sign up for health coverage. The campaign will be called “Get Covered, America!” Its official launch is June 22 because that marks 100 days until the opening of state and federal online “marketplaces” where the uninsured can shop for coverage (Gentry, 6/13). This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.