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Germany midfielder Kevin Grosskreutz has decided to leave Borussia Dortmund.
Besiktas board member Erdan Torunogulları has traveled to England to wrap up a deal for Victor Valdes, with the Manchester United goalkeeper having already agreed to personal terms.
Juventus is selling youngster Kingsley Coman to Bayern as the Serie A outfit sets the stage for an increased bid for Julian Draxler before the transfer window closes.
Everton fullback Seamus Coleman is open to moving to Paris Saint-Germain after the French champion made a surprise move for the defender. PSG's initial 20 million pound bid was rejected, though, and the Irishman will not try to force a move.
Chelsea is exploring deals for Zenit center back Ezequiel Garay and Monaco's Aymen Abdennour after giving up on John Stones. Everton insists the young defender will be not be sold, leaving the Blues rushing to find a new target.
The agent of Alexandre Pato is in London to discuss a transfer to a European club. Tottenham, which has struggled to agree to a fee for another striker target, Saido Berahino, is the main club interested in signing the Brazilian.
Manchester United has offered Real Madrid 65 million pounds plus David de Gea in a last-ditch bid to sign the Welsh winger. Louis van Gaal is desperate to land a marquee signing before deadline day and Bale - not Thomas Muller - is his No. 1 target.
Paul Pogba has told Chelsea he wants to be paid 318,000 pounds week. The Blues have lodged a 73 million pound bid with Juventus for the midfielder but will need to make him the club's highest paid player in order to land him ahead of Barcelona.
Celtic has agreed to sign Manchester United defender Tyler Blackett on a season-long loan. The 21-year-old, not in the first-team mix under Louis van Gaal, is expected to replace Virgil van Dijk and can seal a permanent move for 4 millin pounds.
Mexico's second division, currently known as Ascenso MX, could soon join its parent league with a naming rights deal that would see BBVA Bancomer pay 40 million pesos (around $2.4 million) each year.