Singer Ariana Grande has announced she will return to Manchester, England, for a benefit concert following the terror attack that left 22 people dead and more than 60 injured.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has told the club's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward he wants the club to sign four players this summer – a spree that is expected to cost £200m. United's Europa League triumph over Ajax on Wednesday (24 May) secured Champions League football at Old Trafford next season with Mourinho now keen to ensure his side are sufficiently strengthened to once again tangle with Europe's elite. "Ed Woodward has had my list, what I want, for more than two months, so now it's up to him and the owners," Mourinho said.
Notable Manchester devotee Noel Gallagher had some thoughts on the bombing that killed 22 people on Monday night at the Manchester Arena right after an Ariana Grande concert had concluded. “Having played that arena and all that and stood in that foyer, and being from Manchester… It dawns on you that it’s aimed at young music fans,” he told Radio X in a recent interview.