Betis sets its sights on Álex Fernández: for today or summer

first_imgLaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 31, 2020 Betis has shuffled these last days of the market that ends today the possibility of paying the clause of Álex Fernández, brother of Real Madrid’s Nacho and one of the pillars of the Second Division leader, Cádiz. The eight million it costs make him one of the sweet experts in the category, although it seems that finally the club Verdiblanco, unless surprise, will leave that claim for next summer. Able to perform in most midfield positions, Alex has made this campaign eight goals and has given four assists. He has a yellow contract until 2022 and at 27 he has already caught the attention of many First clubs. Although he also knows that he has the opportunity to ascend with Cádiz, in which he has been active since 2017.The middle of Alcala de Henares grew in the lower categories of Real Madrid, like his brother, and came to debut with the first white team, but in 2013 he went to Espanyol. After two assignments in the Croatian Rijeka and English Reading, in 2016 he signed for Elche and a season later he arrived in Cádiz, where he grows every year.Álex Fernández has not been the only objective that Betis has handled in these last days of the January market. The doubts about the performance of Dani Martín, substitute of Joel Robles, caused that within the entity of Heliopolis one thought about the possibility of signing another goalkeeper, but in principle it seems that this possibility has also been discarded.last_img read more

Hôtel De La Paix named one of the best 100 hotels in

first_imgEditors of influential travel title The Sunday Times Travel Magazine  have named the stylish Siem Reap boutique property Hôtel de la Paix as one of the ‘100 Best Hotels In The World’ in their annual list.  Hôtel de la Paix is the only hotel in Cambodia to appear in the list, beating countless competitors from prominent international luxury brands.The new ‘100 Best Hotels In The World’ list, published in the November 2010 issue of The Sunday Times Travel Magazine  is complied by a team of expert travel writers who spent many months visiting, comparing and exhaustively researching hundreds of hotels across the world.  The Sunday Times Travel Magazine editors noted some of the unique features at Hôtel de la Paix such as the innovative Arts Lounge gallery which hosts ever-changing exhibitions and the excellent Khmer food the hotel’s signature Meric restaurant.  It is also recommended that readers experience a massage with a blind therapist after exploring the magnificent Angkor Wat temples.For further information on Hôtel de la Paix visit or call tel: +855 63 966 000. Source = Hotel De La Paixlast_img read more