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Celtic has made a bid to take Real Madrid prodigy Martin Odegaard on loan. Bhoys boss Ronny Deila handed the Norweigan his debut at Stromsgodset. Rafa Benitez is set to make a decision on the 16-year-old's future later in July.
West Brom has had a bid of £5 million rejected by Queens Park Rangers for Matt Phillips. Although the Rs are holding out for £10 million, the Baggies believe a compromise can be reached.
Atletico Madrid has confirmed that the club has received an official bid from Tottenham for center back Tony Alderweireld. The fee is rumored to be in the region of €16 million plus €2m in add ons.
Juventus is trying to get Juan Cuadrado on loan, but the 'old enemy' Josè Mourinho doesn't agree. Chelsea will let the Colombian winger leave only on a permanent basis.
Chelsea fears Manchester United could hijack the club's deal to sign Asmir Begovic. The Blues are at loggerheads with Stoke City over a fee for the Bosnian goalkeeper, with Louis van Gaal ready to pounce as he eyes a replacement for David De Gea.
Tottenham has won the race to sign Toby Alderweireld after finally agreeing a deal with Atletico Madrid late last night. Spurs will pay 11 million pounds, and up to £1.5m more in bonuses, for the Belgian, who excelled last season.
Charlie Austin is waiting on Chelsea to firm up its interest before deciding on his future. The QPR striker is attracted by the money on offer at Stamford Bridge, and is not keen on a move to Leicester City.
After Liverpool rejected two bids, worth 30 million pounds and £40 million, for Raheem Sterling, Manchester City is ready to go back in with a third offer. The Reds, though, are holding out for £50 million.
Manchester City is ready to make a 50 million pound ($77.9 million) bid for Wolfsburg's Kevin De Bruyne. Wary that Paul Pogba will move to Barcelona, City will make a big-money bid next week to land the former Chelsea playmaker.
Despite hitting out at the club last month, Martin Skrtel is set to sign a new three-year deal at Liverpool when he returns for preseason next week.