The CanSino candidate is one of a handful of vaccines that have shown some promise in early human testing. Others gearing up for such trials include vaccines from US-based Moderna Inc (MRNA.O) and Germany’s BioNTech SE (22UAy.F), in partnership with American drugmaker Pfizer Inc (PFE.N).Data from a combined early/midstage trial of a vaccine candidate being developed by researchers at the University of Oxford and British-Swedish company AstraZeneca (AZN.L) was also released on Monday.Trump has long blamed China for mishandling the deadly coronavirus pandemic, which originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan and charged across the United States, killing more than 140,000 Americans and raising the stakes for a quick and viable vaccine.”I think we’re going to have some very good results. We’re already in testing. Nobody thought that would be possible,” he said. “I think you’re going to see something over the next fairly short period of time – maybe very short period of time – having to do with therapeutics and vaccines that are very good,” he said.Topics : US President Donald Trump expressed a willingness on Tuesday to work with China or other countries to bring a successful coronavirus vaccine to the United States, despite rising tensions between Beijing and Washington.”We’re willing to work with anybody that is going to get us a good result,” Trump said, when asked if the administration would collaborate with China on a vaccine for Americans, whether China is first to develop one or not. The remarks came a day after researchers said a vaccine against the coronavirus developed by China’s CanSino Biologics Inc (6185.HK) and China’s military research unit appeared to be safe and induced immune responses in most subjects in a closely-watched mid-stage study.
Edu and Arteta have been working tirelessly to strengthen the Gunners’ squad (Picture: Getty)‘For example many clubs are asking me or talking to me about loan players or swap players but I am not seeing they are really prepared to do the kind of things they are asking me.‘For me what is important internally is that we have a clear plan on the players we want to keep, the players we want to loan and the players we want to sell.‘After that we have to be patient, to understand how the markets are reacting and wait a little bit more to make the right decision.’Will Arsenal make any further signings this summer?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsEdu confirmed that he will be at the centre of all football-related business following Raul Sanllehi’s departure last month.‘It is important to be clear. What I would like from now is for everything related to football to come through me,’ Edu added.‘All the contacts, if agents want to talk to the player, internally, externally, outside people have to see me – and my name – as the first one to call or connect to.‘Of course we have a lot of people involved but I just want to be clear, people outside Arsenal have to understand who they need to connect to about football.‘It is important because sometimes they feel unclear about it. To be clear and open with you, that is how we are going to operate.’ Metro Sport ReporterThursday 10 Sep 2020 11:31 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link6.1kShares Edu discussed the ‘challenging’ nature of this summer’s market (Picture: Arsenal FC)But speaking to Arsenal’s official website on Thursday, Edu made clear the club’s frustrations as teams across world football approach the market with caution in the uncertain financial climate.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘The market right now is a challenging one,’ he told Arsenal’s official website. ‘Everybody is waiting, everybody wants to do swaps, everybody is talking about loans.‘Where we have to be prepared is with what we really need to receive from the outside. Advertisement Edu has urged fans to be realistic this summer considering the current economic climate (Picture: Getty)Arsenal technical director Edu has called for ‘patience’ and realistic expectations in the last few weeks of this summer’s transfer window, given the ‘challenging’ nature of the market amid the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. Brazil forward Willian joined Arsenal on a free transfer last month and Gabriel Magalhaes followed his fellow countryman to the Emirates after the Gunners wrapped up a £27 million agreement with Lille for the defender’s signature. The north London giants continue to be linked with the likes of Houssem Aouar, Thomas Partey and, most recently, Stephan El Shaarawy, with Mikel Arteta desperate to bolster his midfield options ahead of the 2020/21 campaign. Comment Advertisement Arteta is now ‘first-team manager’ at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Arsenal confirmed on Thursday night that Mikel Arteta’s job title had changed from ‘head coach’ to ‘first-team manager’.Chief executive Vinai Venkatesham explained: ‘Mikel’s been here since the end of December and the last nine months have probably been the most challenging nine months in Arsenal’s history – and we’ve been around for 134 years. Despite all of those challenges, Mikel has been driving this football club forward. ‘He has lifted the spirits and lifted the energy here at London Colney and with Arsenal fans all across the world. He is doing an absolutely phenomenal job. ‘The other thing that’s clear is that right from the day he walked through the door, he was doing much more than being our head coach. So we’re going to be changing his job title going forward. AdvertisementAdvertisement‘He’ll move from head coach to be the first-team manager. That’s recognition of what he’s been doing from the day he walked in the door, but also where we see his capabilities.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘He is doing a great job of coaching the first team and that’s his primary responsibility, but there is so much more that he can bring and that’s why we’re making this change, in recognition of his capabilities and also the job that he’s doing already.‘So in terms of how that will work, going forward Mikel will join a really strong team with Edu and they’ll be working really, really closely together to manage all the other elements of our football operations that are so important, whether that is analysis, recruitment, high performance or medical, they’ll be looking after those areas together. ‘And they’ll also together be responsible for our technical recommendations, whether that’s players that we’re going to buy, whether that’s players that we’re going to sell, whether that’s players that we’re going to loan. ‘Of course, working closely with me and the board and working closely with the owners on the financial elements to make final decisions. ‘But those are going to be their responsibilities and I think we’re going to have a really dynamic team to drive this club forward.’Will Arsenal finish in the top four next season?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.AdvertisementMORE: Nigel Winterburn warns Arsenal they should only sell Emiliano Martinez on one conditionMORE: Arsenal to sell Emiliano Martinez as goalkeeper agrees personal terms with Aston Villa Edu sends honest transfer message to Arsenal fans amid Houssem Aouar and Thomas Partey rumours