Chelsea failed in Oblak bid
With Thibaut Courtois departing for Real Madrid, the Blues looked to secure a deal for Slovenia international Oblak.
But with the Rojiblancos unwilling to sell, Chelsea instead secured a world-record deal to bring Kepa Arrizabalaga to Stamford Bridge ahead of the transfer deadline.
Keita set for Inter medical
An agreement has been reached to take the former Lazio man to San Siro on an initial loan with an oblogation to buy at the end of the season.
The total fee is around €39 million (£34.9m/$44.4m), with Ketia set to complete the formalities of the transfer on Monday.
Witsel: Bayern tried to sign me in 2017
Ancelotti was dismissed from his role as Bayern boss in September 2017, but Witsel has revealed the Italian was keen on signing him before his tenure at the Bundesliga giants was cut short, although Tianjin Quanjian had no desire to sell the 29-year-old at the time.
Leicester confirm another striker's exit
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Another striker who Leicester have confirmed has left the club is Leonardo Ulloa, who has joined Mexican side Pachuca on a permanent deal.
Musonda facing uncertain future
The midfielder has seen his shirt number at Chelsea given to new signing Mateo Kovacic, but he is under contract at Stamford Bridge until 2022.That’s why Chelsea would prefer to loan him out, but Musonda is looking to move where he will play regular first-team football.
Betis still chasing Joao Mario
Joao Mario was a target for West Ham, but failed to move before the Premier League transfer window closed.
However, he is still keen to quit Inter before the end of August, and Betis are hoping to agree a loan deal with a view to a permanent arrangement for the Portugal international.
Norwood set for Sheff Utd move
Norwood is set to join the Blades on loan initially before completing a £2 million permanent transfer in January.
Valencia close in on €50m Guedes deal
Goal understands that Los Che have struck a deal with Guedes, who enjoyed a successful loan spell at the club during the 2017-18 season.
Valencia and PSG are now in negotiations over the details of a transfer that is expected to reach a total of €50 million (£45m/$57m).
'Mourinho clearing up really poor Van Gaal deals'
Jose Mourinho has been hindered throughout his time at Manchester United by the “really poor” signings of Louis van Gaal before him, says Gary Neville.
Brazil international Fred was the most notable addition this summer, at £52.5 million ($67m) , but there has been some rather more elaborate spending overseen in years gone by.
Mourinho has been responsible for some of that, including big-money deals for the likes of Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku, but he is considered to be making amends for his predecessor.
Barca not giving up on Pogba
Have funds earmarked for France star
The Blaugrana have conceded that they will be unable to sign the France international this summer after a bid of €50 million (£44.7m/$57.1m) plus Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes was rejected.
But they have funds earmarked to sign come back in for Pogba much like they did with Philippe Coutinho last season.
Valencia agree €17m Gameiro deal
Comunicado oficial https://t.co/TpwAMXNE11— Valencia CF 🦇💯 (@valenciacf) 12 August 2018
Valencia have agreed a deal to sign Kevin Gameiro from Atletico Madrid, with the fee reported to be in the region of €17 million (£15m/$19m).
Gameiro will now undergo a medical before completing his move to Valencia.
Leicester confirm Slimani departure
Newcastle sign teenage duo
Newcastle's under-23s kick off their PL2 campaign at @WBA tomorrow, and the club can confirm the signings of youngsters Yannick Toure and Rosaire Longelo.— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) 12 August 2018
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Newcastle have added Yannick Toure and Rosaire Longelo to their Under-23 squad.
Forward Toure has joined from Swiss club Young Boys, while winger Longelo has arrived from West Ham.
Red Devils plan Mata & Herrera talks
Both men have entered the final year of their current deals, with 12-month options having been triggered, and are open to extension discussions.
Jose Mourinho is reluctant to see proven performers slip through his grasp, with United having worked hard to tie Marouane Fellaini to fresh terms this summer.
'Varane the dream for Man Utd but too expensive'
Having spent much of the last transfer window chasing centre-half reinforcements, those supposed deficiencies are likely to be addressed again at a later stage by those at Old Trafford.
Ferdinand admits that he had expected at least one addition to have been made before now, with Tottenham star Alderweireld the most logical option – even at £60 million ($77m) for a 29-year-old.
Man Utd showed Shaqiri interest
Liverpool moved quickly to sign Switzerland international
However, Liverpool moved quickly to snap up Shaqiri, with United not having entered into negotiations over a deal to sign the forward.
Henry & Martinez linked with Leicester
It is claimed that there is concern over results in the Foxes' boardroom and that Puel only has two matches to save his job.
Martinez could indeed take on the job with Henry, though the latter has made no secret of taking over a team by himself.
Kehrer to leave Schalke in €37m deal
Here’s more on the news that Thilo Kehrer is on the verge of joining Paris Saint-Germain for a reported fee of €37million ($42m).
Kehrer, a Schalke youth product, initially broke into the club's first-team squad in the 2016-17 campaign before going on to enjoy a breakthrough season last term.
Sarri harbours Higuain 'regret' over Chelsea snub
Despite having netted 55 goals over two seasons at Juventus, the Argentine saw the exit door opened in Turin over the summer.
Chelsea were among those to be credited with holding an interest, with Sarri having worked with Higuain in a previous post at Napoli, but Higuain ended up at Milan.
Juve's Sturaro joins Sporting on loan
Goal recently revealed that Ronaldo, his agent, Jorge Mendes, and ex-Sporting star Paulo Futre all helped steer Sturaro to the Portuguese side.
The midfielder is expected to stay in Turin while he recovers from a minor injury before heading to Portugal for the 2018-19 season.
PSG pounce for Kehrer
Bakayoko braced for Milan move
Chelsea midfielder heading to Serie A
The 23-year-old only moved to Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2017, with a £40 million ($51m) deal securing his signature from Monaco, but he has been deemed surplus to requirements by Maurizio Sarri.
Batshuayi links up with Los Che
Courtois Madrid move purely for family
“If the family were in London it would have been totally different," Henrotay told BBC Radio 5 Live.
"He would have stayed, there is no reason to leave a club like Chelsea, he could have won trophies."
Besiktas want Karius
According to the paper, the Turkish outfit had hoped to secure the services of Belgium international Mignolet - who is also wanted by Napoli - but have now diverted their attention to Karius, with a loan deal the most likely outcome.
Both Mignolet and Karius have found themselves relegated to the position of back-ups following the arrival of Alisson from Roma during the transfer window.
Boateng urged to make PSG move
Boateng has been heavily tipped to leave the Bundesliga champions in recent weeks, with Manchester United said to have been interested before the window for signings for Premier League clubs closed on Thursday.
Bakayoko closing in on Milan move
It appears clear that the midfielder is not part of Maurizio Sarri's plans at Stamford Bridge, with the Frenchman having sat in the stands during the Blues' 3-0 win over Huddersfield.
It is said that Bakayoko will arrive at San Siro initially on loan, with the Rossoneri able to purchase the 23-year-old for €40 million (£35m/$45m) next summer.
Will Shaqiri be a Balotelli or a Mane?
Xherdan Shaqiri’s enigmatic talents mean he could flop for Liverpool like Mario Balotelli, admits Phil Thompson, but there is also a chance he could star in the Sadio Mane mould.
The former Reds skipper told Sky Sports: "It could be a Balotelli move, then again it could be a Mane move."
Origi has several loan options
Torino closing in on Aina
Ronaldo wants Milinkovic-Savic
In addition, the report claims that the Portuguese would love to snatch up a player wanted by Madrid supremo Florentino Perez, whose relationship with the attacker broke down towards the end of Ronaldo's time at the Santiago Bernabeu.
15 years on from Ronaldo's Man Utd move
Barca to block Dembele departure
Man Utd hold Rojo exit talks
Spalletti expects Modric to stay at Madrid
Modric's future in the Spanish capital has been the subject of speculation, the Croatia international having been heavily linked with a move to Inter.
However, reports have also suggested the 32-year-old - who has helped Madrid be crowned champions of Europe in four of the past five seasons - could be set to sign a new contract with his employers.
Vieira will 'help' Balotelli secure move from Nice
Nice will "try to do whatever is possible" to help Mario Balotelli seal a move away from the French club, according to the club’s manager Patrick Vieira.
Vieira confirmed the player had made clear his desire to move on after two seasons to management at the Allianz Riviera, and therefore was not considered for selection.
Fenerbahce confirm Slimani loan deal from Leicester City
The Turkish club revealed the arrival of the Algeria international on their official website, though Leicester are yet to confirm the deal.
According to Fenerbahce, Slimani will join them on loan for the 2018-19 season after completing a medical and signing a contract.
Odegaard poised for Championship loan
The 19-year-old Norwegian joined Los Blancos in January 2015 and made his only senior appearance later that year in May.
The attacking midfielder has spent the last 18 months on loan at Dutch outfit Heerenveen though and it is now believed Madrid wish to further his development with a spell in the English second-tier.
Madrid plan £200m Hazard bid
The European champions are desperate to have the Chelsea star replace Cristiano Ronaldo
Mauricio Sarri has insisted his team will not sell Hazard, but Madrid want the Belgian international as their replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.
And while they had a £150m valuation on Hazard, the club's officials will meet this week to decide whether to make one large, final bid before the La Liga window closes on August 31.
Madrid want Eriksen as Modric replacement
The Spurs star would be the top choice if the World Cup Golden Ball winner joins Inter
Eriksen has two years remaining on his contract and has been in talks with Spurs, but that has left Madrid with an opportunity to pounce on the Denmark international.
Mata and Herrera disappointed not to have received new deals
Both players had 12-month options triggered last season, which extended their current contracts through the 2018-19 campaign.
Mata and Herrera are likely to receive plenty of interest as their deals wind down, but both players are keen on remaining at Old Trafford.
Man City defender rejects loan in hopes of permanent move
Galatasaray are offering £3 million, £4m below City's price tag for the defender.
Spurs regret not increasing Grealish bid earlier
Spurs came in with £25 million ($32m) bid and refused to budge while Villa, despite their financial woes, demanded £40m for the midfielder.
Tottenham believed those woes would force a sale, but after Villa's new billionaire owners bought controlling interest in the club, they refused to part with Grealish at any price.