Betis pick up Felipe
Vinagre among Forest targets
Mallorca confirm Febas exit
Porto to sign Carmo
FC Porto are set to sign David Carmo on a permanent deal from Braga. Fee agreed around €20m, personal terms in place on a five year contract. 🚨🔵 #FCPorto— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 4, 2022
Highly rated centre back will sign this week after medicals - matter of time, could be next 24/48h as per Record. pic.twitter.com/6w20cwjn7b
Blades snap up Doyle
Brady lands in Preston
Adams a done deal for Leeds
Leeds are set to sign Tyler Adams from RB Leipzig, done deal and here we go! Deal completed for £20m fee [add ons included]. It’s 100% agreed, Jesse Marsch wanted him. 🚨🇺🇸 #LUFC— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 4, 2022
Adams will travel to England soon to undergo medical tests and sign long term deal with Leeds. pic.twitter.com/T3vZL1Daud
Villa sign Wilson from Rangers
Aston Villa is pleased to announce the signing of Rory Wilson from Rangers.— Aston Villa (@AVFCOfficial) July 4, 2022
Chelsea consider move for want-away Ronaldo (The Athletic)
The Athletic reports that Chelsea are preparing to step up their interest in Cristiano Ronaldo following the revelation that the Portuguese superstar is looking for a way out of Manchester United.
The Red Devils have no desire to discuss a deal with anybody present, and certainly not a domestic rival, but an all-time great could be edging his way towards the exits at Old Trafford.
Ferguson moves on from Everton
You'll always be an Everton Giant.— Everton (@Everton) July 4, 2022
Thanks for the memories and best of luck with your next move, Dunc. 💙
Chelsea's Baxter back at Hull
Ex-Man Utd man Mellor off to Wycombe
Pulisic planning Chelsea stay
Christian Pulisic has been mooted as a possible makeweight in Chelsea’s efforts to sign Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt, but the Daily Mail reports that he is in no rush to Stamford Bridge.
The USMNT star believes that he can still play an important role for the Blues and wants to prove his worth to Thomas Tuchel.
Forest agree personal terms with Williams
Nottingham Forest have, according to Football Insider, agreed personal terms with Liverpool full-back Nevo Williams.
No fee has been agreed for the Wales international as yet, but those discussions are set to continue.
Barca confirm Christensen capture
New Wolves deal for Moutinho
Arsenal struggling to offload Pepe
Arsenal are struggling to find a buyer for Nicolas Pepe, report The Sun.
The Ivorian winger has flopped badly at Emirates Stadium on the back of a £72 million ($87m) transfer, with his stock now low and suitors proving hard to come by.
Leeds loan out Cresswell
Milan in talks to sign Douglas Luiz from Aston Villa
Milan are in talks to sign Aston Villa midfielder Douglas Luiz, GOAL can confirm, with the Premier League club set to negotiate on their reported €30 million (£26m/$31m) asking price.
Luiz has spent the last three years of his career at Villa, having initially been brought in from Manchester City in July 2019.
The Brazilian has established himself as a key member of the first-team squad at Villa Park, but he only has one year left on his contract and the summer window represents the club's last chance to cash in.
Trezeguet leaves Aston Villa for Trabzonspor
Barcelona announce Franck Kessie
Man Utd and Eriksen reach verbal agreement
Eriksen has informed the club that he wishes to play at Old Trafford and is willing to accept the club's offer of a three-year contract.
Contract drafting has now begun, and once completed, a medical for the Danish international will be scheduled.
Ajax and Spurs reach verbal agreement for Begwijn
The 24-year-old was signed by Jose Mourinho from PSV in the January transfer window of 2020, but has seen himself fall down the pecking order under new manager Antonio Conte, who has consistently selected Dejan Kulusevski over him.
Man Utd meet Ajax representatives for Martinez
Manchester United have stepped up their pursuit of Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez after meeting with the Dutch club's new director of football, according to the Mirror.
Former Holland striker Klass-Jan Huntelaar (now the director of football at Ajax) travelled to London on Saturday to negotiate the terms of a deal with Man Utd officials, and the Reds believe they are leading the race to sign the Argentine, ahead of Arsenal.
Ajax value the 24-year-old at £43 million, with Man Utd bidding £39.6 million, a higher bid than Arsenal but still insufficient to meet the Dutch champions' demands.
Ravel Morrison leaves Derby as free agent
Ashley Young extends his Aston Villa stay
Fulham announce Joao Palhinha
Man City sign Kalvin Phillips on a six-year deal
Arsenal unveil their new No.9 Gabriel Jesus
Ex-Milan defender Romagnoli considering Fulham offer
Ex-Milan defender Alessio Romagnoli is considering an offer from Premier League new boys Fulham - according to Calciomercato.
The 27-year-old dropped into the free agency pool on June 30 and has been in talks over a move to Lazio.
However, Romagnoli also now has a contract worth €4m per season waiting for him at Fulham, who want to bring him onto their books until 2026.
Inter's Dumfries set to snub Man Utd (Calciomercato)
Inter full-back Denzel Dumfries is set to snub a potential move to Manchester United - according to Calciomercato.
Bayern Munich have also been linked with the 26-year-old, who impressed in his first season at San Siro following a 2021 move from PSV.
Dumfries is one of the men on United's wishlist, but he remains under contract at Inter until 2025 and would like to stay put.
Atletico-linked Gomez performs future U-turn
Valencia forward Maxi Gomez has performed a U-turn on his future - according to Mundo Deportivo.
The 25-year-old had been seeking a summer move amid reported interest from Atletico Madrid.
However, Gomez is now set to stay at Mestalla after holding positive talks with new head coach Gennaro Gattuso.
Former PL star David Luiz offered to Inter
Former Arsenal and Chelsea defender David Luiz could make a return to European football at 35, after the veteran centre-back was offered to Inter by current club Flamengo.
He currently plays in his home country of Brazil, having joined the Rio de Janeiro outfit in September 2021 from Arsenal.
But GOAL understands he could make a dramatic comeback in Serie A with the Nerazzurri, who are considering whether to make an offer for the defender.
PSG plot new Skriniar talks
Paris Saint-Germain have scheduled new talks for Milan Škriniar deal next week. Gianluca Scamacca talks now depend on Sassuolo price tag. 🇫🇷 #PSG— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 3, 2022
PSG are also prepared to announce Christophe Galtier as new manager next week, with João Sacramento as part of the staff.
Famalicao want Liverpool's Beck
Portuguese outfit Famalicao want to launch a loan bid for Liverpool youngster Owen Beck, per The Sun.
The 19-year-old is viewed as a future starter down the line at Anfield.
As such, a stint abroad to garner more first team minutes is seen as a potential boon to the Reds.
Leeds make progress on USMNT star Adams
Midfielder eager to go
Tyler Adams to Leeds is progressing fast. Leeds have explored loan with option to buy & a permanent deal. Xavier Schlager’s arrival at Leipzig suddenly means Adams’ fee will be £10-12 million hence why Leeds may buy outright. Adams really wants the move and has spoken to Marsch. https://t.co/unMRp5vgEN— Ben Jacobs (@JacobsBen) July 3, 2022
Villarreal to set Bellerin offer
Everton 'last resort' for Lingard (The Sun)
A move to Everton would only be a 'last resort' for Jesse Lingard following his exit from Manchester United, says The Sun.
The England international is available on a free transfer this summer as he looks to find both first team football and a potential pathway back into Gareth Southgate's plans for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Frank Lampard's Toffees had been a suitor for his services - but Lingard would reportedly rather see if he can find a move elsewhere over Goodison Park.
No Man Utd terms for De Jong
Frenkie de Jong situation 🇳🇱 #FCB— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 3, 2022
▫️ Man Utd & Barça agreed €65m fixed fee but still discussing on €20m add-ons structure;
▫️ Personal terms never discussed yet;
▫️ Frenkie’s priority has always been to stay at Barça;
▫️ Salary reduction ‘very unlikely’ option on Frenkie side. pic.twitter.com/bXcGIB3II3