West Ham loan Byram to Nottingham Forest
Silva defends Everton spending
Marco Silva has defended Everton's activity in the transfer market, citing Jordan Pickford as an example of how the club can be rewarded for their willingness to spend big.
The £40m arrival of Richarlison caused a stir among fans and neutrals alike, but the boss pointed to his No.1 keeper as proof that faith pays off.
Sevilla reach Andre Silva agreement
Goal understands that the Andalucian team have agreed a loan transfer worth an estimated €5 million, with a purchase option also included in the deal.
Sevilla will have the opportunity to sign Silva on a permanent basis in return for a fee of €30m (£26.8m/$34.2m) prior to June 30 next year.
Zaza close to Torino
Stop moaning, start coaching!
Jose Mourinho has been urged by Tim Sherwood and Liam Rosenior to stop complaining about Manchester United's transfer policies and make the best out of the players he has.
"I'm looking over at Man City and seeing what Guardiola is doing with Otamendi who didnt play anywhere near the level until Guardiola came in,” Rosenoir said.
“Part of coaching is getting the best from your players and I need to see that from Manchester United.”
Benitez & Lascelles praise Newcastle business
Rafa Benitez and Jamaal Lascelles have joined managing director Lee Charley in penning a letter praising Newcastle's summer business.
Benitez had been critical of the club earlier in the summer window but has since changed his tune, stating that he is happy with the Magpies' signings.
Perisic still hopeful of Modric signing?
Pep frustrated by Douglas Luiz permit denial
Pep Guardiola has been left frustrated by the decision not to award young midfielder Douglas Luiz with a work permit.
The 20-year-old had been tipped to play back-up to Fernandinho, but it appears likely the Brazilian will now go back out on loan.
Everton sign Zouma
Modric makes decision on future
Croatian will stay at the Santiago Bernabeu on new terms
Madrid, however, have offered Modric improved terms to stay, which, according to the report, had been the 32-year-old's preferred option the whole time.
Valencia snap up Batshuayi
The 24-year-old, a member of the Red Devils squad that finished third at this year’s World Cup in Russia, departs Stamford Bridge for Mestalla after being deemed surplus to requirements.
A less-than-stellar window for Man City
Gerrard cools Solanke talk
Gerrard had been linked with a deal for the 20 year-old forward, who made 27 appearances for the Reds last season, but has now poured cold water on a prospective move to Glasgow.
He would however not rule out any other potential new arrivals on loan from either the Premier League or the EFL at Ibrox.
Batshuayi headed for Valencia loan
The Belgium international, who played at this year’s World Cup as the Red Devils finished third, is understood to have been told by new Blues boss Maurizio Sarri that he will be unlikely to see regular game time.
🦇 ...— Michy Batshuayi (@mbatshuayi) August 10, 2018
A fruitful transfer window for Liverpool
Milan consider swoop for Promes
Promes, a Dutch international, began his career at FC Twente before moving to the Russian capital in 2014.
He has since scored 64 goals in 127 games for the club, and won both the Russian Premier League and Russian Super Cup in 2017.
Premier League transfers: who won and lost?
Theo Hernandez joins Real Sociedad
Hazard Real Madrid move now 'impossible'
Sarri says star man is staying put
Maurizio Sarri is convinced that Eden Hazard wants to stay at the club and says it is "impossible" he will be sold now.
The Blues boss has revealed he has had several conversations with Hazard and that he has given no indication that he wants out of the club.
Top 20 Premier League deals of the summer
Celtic recapture Honduras' Izaguirre
Foxes striker Ulloa leaves for Pachuca
Leicester City striker Leonardo Ulloa has left the club to join Mexican top-tier side Pachuca.
The Argentine forward made 102 appearances for the Foxes after signing in 2014 and was a member of their Premier League-winning campaign in 2015-16.
However, he has struggled for regular game time since at the King Power Stadium and spent the latter half of last season on loan at Brighton and Hove Albion.
Milinkovic-Savic remains on Real and Juve radar
The 23-year-old had been a target for Manchester United too, but with the Red Devils now out of the running due to the Premier League transfer deadline having passed, it is Los Blancos and the Bianconeri who continue to seek the midfielder’s services.
Schindler commits future to Terriers
Get used to watching Schindy in a Town shirt!— Huddersfield Town (@htafcdotcom) August 10, 2018
📝 #htafc is delighted to announce that Christopher Schindler has signed a new contract with the Club that runs until the summer of 2021, with a Club option on a further season.
Full details ➡️ https://t.co/bbcU3Aas9y
Manager Hodgson pens Palace extension
Hodgson penned a two-year deal with his boyhood club in September, replacing Frank de Boer, and guided the Eagles to an 11th-place finish in the Premier League last season.
Man Utd's transfer window 'desperate'
PSG chasing Barca's Dembele
France international in demand
Ozil to 'make his mark' at Arsenal, says Keown
Guedes poised for Valencia switch
The 21-year-old was the subject of a sizeable bid from an unnamed English top-flight team – rumoured to be Watford – but it is thought he rejected the move on Wednesday.
Guedes has not been shy about his desire to move to Mestalla and now may be on his way if Valencia are willing to match the €40m (£36m/$46m) price tag PSG want for the Portugal international.
Courtois: Real move 'dream come true'
Rebic pens new Frankfurt deal
Croatia World Cup star had been linked with Bayern and Man Utd
New signing Kepa not feeling the heat at Chelsea
Barca still keen on Pogba
Man Utd star still in the sights of La Liga holders
The France international and World Cup winner’s relationship with Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho is considered to be lukewarm at best and the 25-year-old is still said to want to leave Old Trafford, despite being contracted through to 2021.
Barca saw a rumoured offer of £45m (€50m/$58m), plus the duo of Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes in part exchange, turned down, but believe they can still capture Pogba’s signature before the close of the continental transfer window.
United seek trio in new year
Manchester United could consider launching a trio of bids for Tottenham’s Toby Alderweireld, Chelsea’s Willian and even former forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic come January’s transfer window, according to Express Sport.
Alderweireld and Willian were both heavily linked with moves to Old Trafford during the off-season, but the Red Devils failed to offer bids for either during the off-season and have now missed out with the current window closed.
Jose Mourinho’s side may however look to bring the pair to Sir Matt Busby Way in the new year, with a potential deal for LA Galaxy striker Ibrahimovic also mooted.
City foiled by Douglas permit rejection
The 20-year-old, who City bought from Vasco de Gama in July last year, spent the 2017-18 campaign out on loan at Girona.
However, as he failed to make enough appearances at the Liga club, the Premier League champions have seen their application for a permit rejected by the Football Association, leaving coach Pep Guardiola “infuriated”.
Chelsea fear Hazard will "jump ship"
The Champions League holders yesterday completed the protracted transfer of Blues goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, with Mateo Kovacic going the other way on loan.
However, Maurizio Sarri’s side are still wary of the Belgium international following Courtois to the Spanish capital, after he urged Hazard to join him at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.
Ronaldo steers Sturaro to Sporting
Now however, Goal understands that Ronaldo, his agent Jorge Mendes and former Sporting star Paulo Futre are looking to secure him a transfer to the Portuguese side where the former spent five years before joining Manchester Untied in 2003.
United snubbed Maguire chance last year
Maguire, who is currently valued by his club at around £75m ($96m) was of interest to the Red Devils a year ago before Jose Mourinho plumped for Victor Lindelof as his defensive option.
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Mourinho claims to be 'happy' with squad
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho insisted he is happy with his squad heading into the Premier League season, despite the club's failure to meet his transfer demands.
A lack of new faces has been the source of Mourinho's frustration during pre-season and the deadline offered no relief as the Red Devils were unable to secure his reported targets.
But Mourinho – preparing for his third campaign at United – is ready to enjoy 2018-19 following a runners-up finish last term.
Brexit to blame for Spurs transfer window?
Mauricio Pochettino has hinted the cost to build Tottenham's new stadium, inflated by Brexit, may have influenced the club's lack of signings this window.
The Spurs boss praised the club for keeping their stars, including Harry Kane this summer, and claimed to be happy with his squad.
He then added about how the true cost of the club's new stadium is much more than has been reported, and claimed Brexit is to blame.
Zouma to have Everton loan finalised Friday
Mourinho insists Pogba 'happy and proud' at Man Utd
La Liga champions Barca are reportedly interested in taking Pogba to Camp Nou, with the transfer window still open until August 31 for most of Europe's major leagues, while former club Juve have also been linked.
However, the Red Devils do not plan to let Pogba leave, and Mourinho has insisted the midfielder is content to remain, despite their conflicts in the past.
Real Madrid to meet with Modric
A Friday meeting has been set as club tries to keep their star happy
The club and Modric's representatives will meet to discuss a new contract, in hopes of ending another possible standoff following Cristiano Ronaldo's departure.
Grealish to be offered new contract
Grealish was pursued by Tottenham, but the Championship club managed to hold onto Grealish past the close of the English transfer window.
His new contract will also contain a clause allowing him to leave the club if Villa do not achieve promotion this season.
Man Utd would have paid £100m for Varane
The Red Devils would have spent big for the right targets
United chairman Ed Woodward met with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez but nothing ended up coming of the meeting.
The club also would have been willing to bring in Diego Godin despite his age, but it was deemed the player did not wish to leave the club.
Mourinho told to emulate Man City
Mourinho's preferred targets included a pair of 29-year-old players, Toby Alderweireld and Ivan Perisic, but the club did not feel they could spend big on players with no resale value.
Instead, United would prefer Mourinho avoid short-term fixes and work with players already on the roster, like Anthony Martial.
PSG target Leverkusen's Wendell
Thomas Tuchel has identified Wendell as a player he wants to sign, but Leverkusen is not interested in selling.
Further complicating matters for PSG is the fact the club need to sell players before buying as a result of Financial Fair Play rules.