PSV Eindhoven have confirmed that striker Hirving Lozano has been released from hospital after suffering a head injury in Saturday’s Eredivisie win against Groningen.The 23-year-old was involved in a clash of heads with Tim Handwerker and was unable to finish the game.There were concerns after the match as the extent of the problem with Mark van Bommel himself stating ‘it does not look good’. Therefore Sunday’s news came as a welcomed relief for the club’s fans. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? An official statement from PSV said: “Hirving Lozano has left the St. Anna Hospital and is now at home.”His workload will be examined from day-to-day on the basis of the applicable FIFA protocols.”El Chucky = home 🙂Lozanodischarged from the hospital#PSVGROhttps://t.co/7Q1bQ5K3U9— PSV (@PSV) January 27, 2019That could mean the Mexican is ruled out for several weeks and might miss upcoming games against Fortuna Sittard, Utrecht and Hereenveen.Despite being withdrawn just before half-time in the 2-1 win against Groningen, Lozano did score the decisive goals in the match, by netting a first-half brace.The result helped increase their gap over second-place Ajax, who now trail PSV by five points following Sunday’s 6-2 defeat to Feyenoord.Lozano is enjoying a superb season for the reigning Dutch champions and has scored 13 times in 19 league games.His tally this campaign is just short of his overall goal haul from the 2017/18 season, when he bagged 17 Eredivisie goals.He has also enjoyed success in the Champions League this campaign and was on target and against Tottenham and Inter.Unsurprisingly his impressive showings have seen him be linked with some of Europe’s top clubs. However, this injury looks to have put to bed any hope of him leaving this month.He hasn’t exactly squashed any rumours and in November claimed: “I hope that God, some day, gives me a shot at playing in the Premier League.”“I think the Premier League is great. I think that it would be fabulous to play with any of the clubs, but I would love to play for one of the big clubs,” he added.Lozano was also one of Mexico’s top performers at the World Cup, not least when he netted the winner in his country’s opening game against the reigning world champions Germany.
Rabat – Remittance inflow to Morocco reached more than $7 billion in 2016, coming mostly from France, Spain, and Italy, US Pew Research Center finds.In a report entitled “Global Remittance Flows in 2016,” the think tank said that Morocco’s remittances from France in 2016 amounted to $2.17 billion, followed by Spain at $1.75 billion.Italy ranked third at $975 million, while Belgium ranked fourth at $482 million and inflow from the Netherlands amounted to $424 million. Israel was the fifth-highest contributing country, with remittances reaching $379 million. The report revealed that remittances sent from Germany to Morocco amounted to $301 million, while those from the United States amounted to $175 million, followed by Canada at $109 million.Meanwhile, Morocco sent $99 million in remittance outflow in 2016. Morocco’s main remittance recipient is France at $61 million, followed by Algeria at $17 million, according to the center.Italy ranked third, receiving $7 million, followed by Lebanon at $5 million, Jordan at $4 million, Yemen at $2 million, and Saudi Arabia at $1 million.Globally, an estimated $574 billion was remitted by percent migrants to their home countries in 2016. This represents a decrease of 1 percent from 2015, when the amount was at $581 billion.This is the first drop in remittances since the global financial crisis of 2007-2008.Nevertheless, remittances are expected to double their rate from the previous decade, characterized by the global economic crisis of the late 2000s.