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    Osayi-Samuel nears Brugge switch

    QPR's Bright Osayi-Samuel is in Belgium to complete a move to Club Brugge, Het Laatste Nieuws claim.

    The 22-year-old Englishman is set to move for a little under €5 million.

    Burnley, West Brom and Leicester had all been linked with a move, with QPR keen to ensure they didn't lose the winger on the cheap.

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    Toney to Brentford rumours 'b*llocks', says Posh owner

    Peterborough owner Darragh MacAnthony has hit back at a report from the Sun claiming forward Ivan Toney is on the verge of joining Brentford.

    After being tagged in a post on Twitter, MacAnthony replied: "Load of b*llocks."

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    Ba reveals how Mourinho blocked Arsenal move

    Demba Ba has revealed he was once on the verge of joining Arsenal, but the move was blocked by Jose Mourinho.

    Read the full story here on Goal!

  • Striker set to earn €4m per season

    Osimhen set to complete €50m Napoli move

    Napoli's purchase of Lille striker Victor Osimhen is complete, claims DiMarzio.

    It is reported the 21-year-old Nigerian will cost €50 million (£45m/$59m) and sign a contract worth €4m per season.

    Greek goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis could move in the opposite direction, but the two deals aren't dependent on each other.

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    Lallana explains reasons for Liverpool exit

    Adam Lallana has explained his decision to leave Liverpool for Brighton, and his recent emotional tribute to Reds captain Jordan Henderson.

    Read what he had to say here on Goal!

  • Striker has left PSG after contract expiry

    Bayern want Cavani as Lewandowski backup

    Cavani PSG 2020

    Bayern Munich are considering a move for the out-of-contract Edinson Cavani, according to Le10Sport.

    Hansi Flick is keen to secure cover for Robert Lewandowski, and Cavani could be the perfect player to provide competition.

    Benfica have been heavily linked with the Uruguayan, but his wage demands may be more than they can afford

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    Lingard looks to put himself in shop window

    Jesse Lingard Manchester United 2019-20

    Jesse Lingard is hoping some good performances in the upcoming Europa League can help secure him a move away from Manchester United, The Times reports.

    While Lingard isn't said to be pushing for an exit, he recognises his playing time has dropped and he is likely to leave.

    Roma, Borussia Monchengladbach and Newcastle are among a host of clubs across Europe to have been linked with a move.

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    Werner names Lampard as main reason for Chelsea move

    Timo Werner says Frank Lampard was the main reason behind his decision to join Chelsea.

    Read what he had to say here on Goal!

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    Vertonghen has idea in mind for next club

    Jan Vertonghen says he has an idea of where his next club might be, after his exit from Tottenham.

    Read the full story here on Goal!

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    Bournemouth facing financial problems after relegation

    Bournemouth could be facing financial trouble following their relegation from the Premier League, according to the Telegraph.

    It is claimed some of their highest-earning players don't have relegation clauses in their contracts that would automatically reduce their wages.

    That could increase pressure on the Cherries to sell some of their best players, possibly meaning other clubs are able to sign them for lower prices.

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    Wednesday sign Man City youngster

    Sheffield Wednesday have signed 19-year-old midfielder Fisayo Dele-Bashiru from Manchester City for an undisclosed fee.

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    Iran keeper signs for Antwerp

    Royal Antwerp have signed Iran international goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand from Persepolis on a three-year deal.

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    Hoolahan heads to Cambridge

    Former Norwich playmaker Wes Hoolahan has joined League Two side Cambridge on a one-year deal.

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    Leeds enter race for €30m Luis

    Leeds have joined the race for Benfica midfielder Florentino Luis, according to TuttoMercatoWeb.

    Manchester United, AC Milan and Real Betis have also been linked with the highly-rated 20-year-old.

    It is reported Luis could cost as much as €30 million (£27m/$35m).

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    Stuttgart keep hold of Kobel

    Stuttgart have signed 22-year-old goalkeeper Gregor Kobel on a four-year deal from Hoffenheim following a successful loan spell.

  • Spaniard could stay in blue after Man City exit

    Silva in talks with Lazio

    David Silva Manchester City 2019-20Getty Images

    Lazio have opened talks with David Silva about a move to Serie A, report AS.

    It is said coach Simone Inzaghi has made him a top priority as he looks to mount another title challenge next season.

    The report also claims Silva has two offers on the table from clubs in Dubai.

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    West Ham step up £20m pursuit of Eze

    West Ham are stepping up their pursuit of QPR star Eberechi Eze, claims the Guardian.

    The 22-year-old attacking midfielder was electric in the Championship this season and Newcastle, Aston Villa, Crystal Palace and West Brom are all said to be interested.

    It is reported QPR are holding out for £20 million ($26m) for Eze.

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    Vitoria sign Schalke defender on loan

    Vitoria Guimaraes have signed 23-year-old defender Jonas Carls on a loan deal from Schalke, with the option of making the transfer permanent.

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    Spurs to send Skipp & Parrott out on loan

    Tottenham are working on deals to send Oliver Skipp and Troy Parrott out on loan in order to further their development, reports the Standard.

    Fulham are said to be in the lead for midfielder Skipp, though a deal could hinge on them winning promotion through the Championship play-offs.

    Parrott could head to Millwall, allowing both players to remain in London.

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    Man City youngster heads to Scotland

    Manchester City youngster Luke Bolton has joined Dundee United on a season-long loan.