Booking.com has terminated its cooperation with an apartment renter from Zadar who refused to rent an apartment to a homosexual from Brazil.Naime, Brazilski liječnik Fabiano Vallim rezervirao je apartman, a onda primio poruku iznajmljivača da je odbijen jer ne primaju homoseksualce. Vallim je na Twitteru objavio presliku poruke i poručio da je šokiran te podigao lavinu negativnih komentara na račun iznajmljivača iz Zadra, piše Zadarski.hrThe owner’s son told Zadarski.hr that he “had negative experiences with homosexuals from Slovenia, who had orgies in the hotel and left a big mess, after which they decided not to accept homosexuals anymore”. He did not answer the question of whether he would have continued to receive heterosexuals if they had orgies and left a mess.Photo: Twitter”We are sorry to hear that renters discriminate against their guests for any reason. At Booking.com we do not tolerate any form of discrimination and if we learn that there is an owner of an accommodation unit on our site who is involved in discriminatory behavior we terminate our cooperation with that landlord and remove his accommodation unit from our site. Due to the procedure of the landlord, we have terminated our cooperation with it and we are working to help our guest find alternative accommodation.” reagirao je Booking.com kako prenosi Zadarski.hrPhoto / Source: Zadarski.hr
According to the report, Manchester United found a temporary stop-gap to their crisis up front by adding Shanghai Greenland Shenhua hitman ighalo to the ranks on a loan deal until the end of the season.The deal was announced hours after the transfer window closed last Friday, with United frantically trying to get the deal over the line to avoid being without cover for Marcus Rashford.Indeed, Ighalo himself has revealed how negotiations leading to the move were “very dramatic”, while confirming that a few other clubs were interested in his signature.According to a report in Calciomercato, an italian site about football transfer market news and rumors, one such club was Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan.Inter added the likes of Christian Eriksen, Victor Moses and Ashley Young to their squad last month but the Italian source claims that Conte was also keen on Ighalo.It is said that Conte “probed” the possibility of bringing the Nigerian to San Siro, using his solid relations with the player’s agent as a starting point.However, Ighalo’s high salary expectations meant Inter pulled out of the deal, allowing United to swoop in and seal the signing.Ighalo was announced just after midnight last Saturday and was therefore absent for United’s 0-0 Premier League draw with Wolves.Meanwhile, Manchester United striker Odion Ighalo will miss the club’s training camp in Spain because of fears the coronavirus outbreak could lead to him being refused entry back into the UK.Nigerian Ighalo, 30, flew to Manchester from China last weekend after signing on loan from Shanghai Shenhua.“He might have liked to have come with the players and got to know them,” manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told MUTV.“But the risk [of border restrictions tightening] we don’t want to take.”Midfielder Scott McTominay and defender Axel Tuanzebe, who have both been out with long-term injuries, will travel to Spain.United are not due to return until late on Friday before their Premier League game against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Monday, 17 February (20:00 GMT kick-off). Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram WINTER TRANSFEROdion Ighalo would have teamed up with former Super Eagles’ player, Victor Moses at Inter Milan at the close of the January transfer window.But the Serie A sides were unwilling to go through with a late swoop for now-Manchester United striker Odion Ighalo due to his salary demands, TEAMtalk reported yesterday.