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That, my transfer friends, is that. Thank you very much for following. We've agreed to join Kebab County on a 14-hour picture course but we'll be back right here from 08:00 BST on Saturday to do it all again. See you then.
Roma have played loads of FIFA 15 and paid €5 million (£3.5m) to loan Victor Ibarbo from Cagliari for the season. They have the option to buy him permanently for €8m (£5.7m).
It's all official: Martin Montoya is an Inter player. He joins from Barcelona on an initial one-year loan deal.
A Barca statement reads: "The two clubs have agreed that the loan contract shall be automatically renewed for a further season if the player appears in a certain number of games."
Radamel Falcao has had some bizarre Twitter moments - remember when he said he was going to Real Madrid? Or when he called QPR 'Qeens Park Rogers'? - but his message is loud and clear today...
Very happy to join Chelsea and help us look to retain the league title and be successful in Europe. https://t.co/AiFYKLZiHJ— Radamel Falcao (@FALCAO) July 3, 2015
Chinese first division side Hebei China Fortune have made a £10 million offer for Watford striker Odion Ighalo, according to Sky Sports. The 26-year-old scored 20 Championship goals last season.
Transfer Talk: £10m offer for Ighalo
Former Barcelona chief Joan Laporta claimed Ariedo Braida looked “ridiculous” by trying - and failing - to reach a deal with Juventus for Paul Pogba on Thursday, but Barca’s sporting director isn’t giving up.
"My friend [Giuseppe] Marotta, whom I hold great affection for, officially turned down the offer that I made,” Braida told Sport Mediaset. "However, we won't stop here. First, there are the club elections, and then we'll see about other moves."
Braida: Barcelona won't give up on Pogba
From Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard to Memphis Depay and Roberto Firmino, you can check out all of this summer’s Premier League done deals in one place...
DONE DEALS: Premier League transfers
Inter coach Roberto Mancini believes new signing Geoffrey Kondogbia can go on to emulate Andreas Iniesta and Yaya Toure. "Lots of players have really improved and the new players will continue that," he said. "Kondogbia can reach the same level of Iniesta and Yaya Toure."
@ando_gb11: "This is shawrma or gass not kebab"
@Jozziif_S: "this is shawarma not kebab"
@HamadAlshehhi96: "this is shawarma not kabab"
MORAL: Should have attended kebab picture classes at media school.
He’s already done some good business in the summer transfer window, and Roberto Mancini has his eye on more signings...
On transfer targets: "Perisic, Salah and Jovetic are all good players with excellent technical ability."
On Salah dispute: "As long as the situation is still unclear, we can't talk about Salah. He's a good player."
On Shaqiri/Santon: "We signed Shaqiri and Santon because we believe in them. Some players have to leave as we need a 25-man squad. I think they may perform well in the Premier League."
On Biabiany return: "Biabiany is an Inter player, he could stay with us. He made his debut with me years ago and if he's fit he can help us a lot."
Basically, reading between the lines, he wants someone to make him a kebab.
"It would be fantastic," Costa told Bugun. "Arda makes everything so much easier out on the pitch. Arda, Filipe and I function perfectly. Arda is such a great person. He invited us to eat at his house many times; I really liked his kebab. The whole team would go round to his house for dinner."
Diego Costa urges Arda Turan to join Chelsea
Juventus have completed the signing of Brazilian goalkeeper Neto on a four-year deal. The 25-year-old's contract at Fiorentina expired earlier this week.
Well this is an odd one. Both Roma and Watford have announced that Jose Holebas has joined the Premier League club... but it’s news to the player!
“They arranged my transfer without asking me,” he told gazzeta.gr. “I haven’t signed anything yet, I have to see the contract first. I don’t know why this has happened, I know that both Roma and Watford announced my transfer, but they’d have to talk to my representatives first.”
And the done deals don't stop there. Goal Spain transfer blog guru Dannuardo Harté has been in touch - Europa League winners Sevilla have agreed a deal with Getafe to sign left-back Sergio Escudero.