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And with that, it's time for us to say goodbye. Thank you very much for following. But the LIVEing ain't over - follow Tom Maston via the link below for Champions League updates throughout the night. We'll be back right here at 09:00 BST on Thursday for more transfer talking. Cheerio and see you then!
LIVE: Champions League updates
According to the BBC, as part of the deal to take Marcos Rojo to Old Trafford, Manchester United have agreed that they will continue to pay Nani's wages during his season-long loan at Sporting - costing the club an additional £4.8 million! Yikes.
Transfer Talk: Man Utd to spend £4.8m on Nani wages
Reports earlier today suggested Lokomotiv Moscow had not returned with a bid for Cheick Tiote after having an approach rejected earlier in the summer. However, Goal understands they HAVE made another move and Newcastle are open to selling the midfielder. It will cost double the £3.5 million they paid to Twente in 2010 for the club to let him leave, though. Full details below.
Lokomotiv make move for Tiote
The transfer talk keeps ticking along, but let's not forgot there's some actual football happening this evening. The Champions League play-offs continue as Celtic look to take advantage of their reprieve with a trip to Maribor, while Standard Liege face Zenit in the pick of the night's other ties. Follow LIVE updates with Tom Maston throughout the evening.
LIVE: Champions League updates
Aston Villa have loaned 24-year-old left-back Joe Bennett out to Championship side Brighton for the season. Brighton boss Sami Hyypia told the club's official website: "He is a dynamic left-back, who's very comfortable on the ball. He's very mobile and will suit the way we want to play. He is a good footballer, who knows how to use the ball and I hope he will be a very good player for us."
While we're on Marouane Fellaini, several reports have claimed that the Belgian's injury could scupper his move from Manchester United to Napoli. He looked on course to join the Serie A club but has been pictured today on crutches and wearing a protective boot.
Away from the transfer talk for a moment, Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has only gone and nominated former boss David Moyes to do the ALS ice bucket challenge!
Listen up, Manchester United fans. According to Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta, the Serie A champions have not negotiated the sale of Arturo Vidal to any club this summer and have no plans to let him leave. He told Sky Sport Italia: "There have been the usual rumours about him, but he has never been put on the transfer market and there has never been a negotiation."
The QPR manager told the club’s official website: "Leroy’s arrival is a massive boost for us. He’s another excellent signing and I’m delighted we’ve been able to get him to QPR. He played for Holland in the World Cup this summer and has all the attributes you'd be looking for from a central midfielder. He's just an outstanding midfield player - great physique, fine ability, he gets box-to-box. I’m really looking forward to integrating him into the squad."
Official: Fer joins QPR from Norwich
The done deals keep on-a-coming and QPR have announced that Dutch midfielder Leroy Fer has joined from Norwich on a three-year contract.
He told the club's official website: "I’m really happy here at City, it's a second home to me, so it was an easy decision to stay for the long-term. I knew from the beginning when I started here that I wanted to stay for a long time - I can't see any place better than here. I'm settled perfectly to life here, I know my teammates, the club, the team, very well and I feel like I can improve even more."
Official: Dzeko signs new Man City deal
That's David Silva, Vincent Kompany, Sergio Aguero and now Dzeko all signing new long-term deals in the last seven days. As expected, he has put pen to paper on a contract until 2018 after an impressive finish to last season. More on the way.
According to the Daily Mail, Championship club Bolton are hoping to capitalise on the summer spending at Liverpool by signing promising 18-year-old Jordan Ibe on a season-long loan deal. He has played three first-team games for the Reds and spent time on loan at Birmingham last season.
Transfer Talk: Bolton want Ibe
Manchester United were heavily linked with Thomas Muller until the German agreed a new contract with Bayern Munich just before the World Cup. Asked about United's offer, Muller told Sport Bild: "Of course, I was aware that I could theoretically earn more with a transfer. The sums that were standing by from foreign clubs were already astronomical. I can only say: For me, a change was never really an issue anyway. FC Bayern is my club."
Muller: I turned down astronomical money
And now Sky Sports is reporting that talks between Malky Mackay and Crystal Palace have broken down and he will NOT become their new manager. They do, however, reportedly still plan to appoint someone before their next game against West Ham on Saturday. Timothy Alan Sherwood, come on down...
New Liverpool signing Lazar Markovic - who will wear the No.50, by the way - says he feels no pressure after the club splashed out £20 million to sign him from Benfica. He told the Liverpool Echo: "I believe Liverpool fans expect a lot from me, and to be honest I expect a lot from myself. The same applies for the people who worked hard to bring me here. I do not have any fear or stage fright whatsoever. To tell you the truth, I can't wait to start playing for Liverpool."
No price-tag pressure for Liverpool's Markovic
Get ready, transfer fans, because tomorrow morning sees the long-awaited return of Transfer Talk to our screens. Aidan Magee will be joined by Goal big dogs Sam Lyon and Greg Stobart to discuss all the latest transfer news. Don't miss it!
Well, according to the Daily Mirror, perhaps not. Malky Mackay is reportedly in dispute with Crystal Palace over his backroom staff and his appointment has now been thrown into doubt. The former Cardiff boss was the frontrunner to replace Tony Pulis after being interviewed for the job and had even given Palace a list of transfer targets. Whoops-a-daisy.
Uh-oh. It looks like Memphis Depay may not be Premier League-bound after all. The 20-year-old Dutchman has been linked with Manchester United and Tottenham all summer but, if the Daily Express is to be believed, is now close to agreeing a move to Juventus. The Serie A champions are expected to pay around £12 million for the PSV winger.
Transfer Talk: Juventus set to win Depay race
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