Saints to complete £10.9m move for Ghana's Salisu
Southampton are set to complete the permanent signing of Real Valladolid centre-back Mohammed Salisu on a four-year deal, Sky Sports has reported.
The Premier League outfit triggered the £10.9 million release clause in the Ghanaian's contract after his fine debut campaign in La Liga.
Salisu played 31 league games for Valladolid who finished the 2019-20 league season in 13th spot.
Zungu’s move to Rangers stalling over personal terms
Bongani Zungu's move to Scotland is in doubt as Rangers and the South Africa international are yet to reach an agreement on personal terms, according to the Scotsman.
The Premiership outfit has agreed a deal worth €4 million with Amiens following their relegation to Ligue 2 with the length of the contract believed to be a four-year deal, but personal terms are yet to be finalised.
Clubs in Italy and Spain are said to be monitoring the situation, and they are ready to move for the 27-year-old if the deal falls through.
Bolasie to continue training with Everton U23s
Yannick Bolasie is expected to continue training with Everton's U23s until a new club can be found for him.
According to Liverpool Echo, the DR Congolese winger does not feature in Carlo Ancelotti’s plans and might not be included in the Toffees’ pre-season training which starts next week.
Bolasie returned to training at Finch Farm this week after his loan spell at Sporting Lisbon was cut short during the coronavirus crisis.
The Merseyside club is yet to receive concrete offers for the former Crystal Palace star who is in the final year of his £70,000-a-week contract.
Ghezzal to join Fiorentina on a permanent deal
Leicester City flop Rachid Ghezzal could join Fiorentina permanently this summer after impressing during his loan spell with the Serie A outfit.
Daily Mail claims Fiorentina are interested in negotiating a £9million buyout clause in the Algeria midfielder's contract after he played 21 games in the just-concluded league season.
Ghezzal joined Leicester City from Monaco for £13 million in 2018 but he has struggled to secure a first-team spot since Brendan Rodgers succeeded Claude Puel at the helm in February 2019.