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The new contract Theo Walcott has signed at Arsenal makes him one of the highest paid players in England. The £140,000-a-week deal works out at £30 million over the duration of his four-year contract, putting him level with Sanchez and Ozil.
Manchester City believe they have secured Pep Guardiola in an astonshing £100 million deal. The Bayern Munich boss, who appears ready to leave Germany, is set to replace Manuel Pellegrini next summer on a £20m-a-season contract.
Porto are set to sign ex-Southampton striker Dani Osvaldo. The Italy international was released by Saints this summer and will look to rebuild his career in Portugal, though he will need to sign for Uruguayan club Sud America before being loaned out.
Angel Di Maria is a step closer to joining PSG after agreeing personal terms, with the Argentine due to complete his medical early next week. The winger will sign a four-year contract worth €10.5m per season with a transfer fee agreed at €63m.
Dimitar Berbatov will travel to Birmingham on Monday to hold face-to-face talks with Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood over a proposed move. Villa want to add more firepower to their ranks and the deal could be wrapped up within a week.
Tottenham are lining up a swoop for Borussia Dortmund midfielder Sven Bender. Spurs believe he may not feature in Thomas Tuchel's first-team plans and are ready to bid, and also hold interest in Christoph Kramer, Timo Werner & Sidney Sam.
Despite previously insisting he would not be loaned out, Arsene Wenger has agreed to send striker Chuba Akpom to Hull for the 2015-16 campaign. The 19-year-old featured heavily in pre-season but is set for a spell in the Championship.
West Ham are keen to bring Atletico Madrid striker Raul Jimenez to Upton Park on loan. However, the Hammers face competition from Porto, Benfica, Real Betis and Villarreal.
Chelsea are closing in on a €25m (£17.5m) deal for Augsburg left-back Abdul Baba Rahman.
Florentino told Ramos that he was not transferabble as it could have costed him his position at the club.