No Sporting talks for Lucas
The agent of Arsenal striker Lucas Perez has told Calciomercato that he has held no talks with Sporting regarding a summer switch.
The Portuguese side were reported to be closing on a deal for a man out of favour in north London, but a deal appears unlikely.
Klopp hints at late Liverpool movement
Jurgen Klopp has hinted that there could be late movement at Liverpool before the summer deadline passes.
The Reds have already enjoyed a busy window bringing in Fabinho, Alisson and Xherdan Shaqiri, while Naby Keita has completed his move from RB Leipzig.
Donnarumma to replace Courtois at Chelsea
Chelsea are ready to make a move for AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma as they prepare to let Thibaut Courtois join Real Madrid, claims Don Balon.
Efforts to land a new No. 1 have now been stepped up, with attention turning to Italy and a 19-year-old star.
Sounders set to sign Bournemouth's Brad Smith
Former Liverpool youth product Brad Smith is reportedly headed to MLS to join up with the Seattle Sounders on loan, according to journalist Chris Wise.
Having made just five Premier League showings for Bournemouth since joining from Liverpool in 2016, the 24-year-old appears set to join up with the Western Conference side.
It's been a busy summer for the Sounders, who have already landed Raul Ruidiaz and are also reportedly on the verge of signing Paolo Hurtado as they push for a playoff place.
Time up for Martial at Man Utd?
Former Manchester United defender Wes Brown admits it may be time for Anthony Martial to leave Old Trafford.
He told betfair: “He didn’t play many times last year so looking from the outside it doesn’t look good. He might be off.”
Utd & City passed on Vidal deal
Manchester rivals United and City passed up the opportunity to sign Arturo Vidal ahead of Barcelona, reports El Chiringuito.
The Chilean midfielder has completed a €20 million (£18m/$23m) switch to Camp Nou from Bayern Munich, but he was offered to leading Premier League sides first.
Those in England opted against making a move as both United and City had concerns over Vidal's long-term fitness and his age, with an experienced performer now 31.
Dortmund refuse to sell Pulisic
The Bundesliga club will keep the teenager until next summer
Borussia Dortmund are refusing to sell Christian Pulisic this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
The midfielder has two years remaining on his contract and has drawn the interest of multiple clubs, with Bayern Munich and Chelsea leading the hunt.
However the Bundesliga club do not want to sell this year, though they may be willing to agree to a Pulisic fee this summer with agreement he will not depart the club until after the season, akin to Liverpool's agreement with Naby Keita.
Bournemouth agree club record fee for Lerma
Bournemouth have agreed a club-record £25 million (€28m/$33m) fee for Levante's Jefferson Lerma, according to Sky Sports.
The midfielder will fly to England to have a medical and discuss personal terms, after having submitted a transfer request last week.
Skriniar to snub Man Utd & Barca
Milan Skriniar is ready to renew his Inter contract and rebuff reported interest from Manchester United.
La Liga champions Barcelona have also been linked with a move for the centre-back, but he is set to stay in Serie A.
Vidal makes €8.5m exit to Sevilla
Aleix Vidal has completed his return to Sevilla from Barcelona, with the deal worth €8.5 million (£8m/$10m) and a further €2m in variables.
The defender brings to an end a three-year tenure with Barca, during which he never started more than six La Liga games in a season for the club.
Vidal returns to Sevilla, where he starred in one season before making his move to Barca.
Klopp keeping Grujic at Anfield
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has accepted defeat in his attempts to bring Liverpool's Marko Grujic back on loan.
Grujic spent the second half of last season at Cardiff and featured 13 times in the Championship as the Welsh side secured promotion to the Premier League, but he will not be returning.
Koulibaly ends €90m transfer chase
Chelsea and Manchester United will need to look elsewhere for a new centre-half after seeing Kalidou Koulibaly commit to a new five-year contract at Napoli.
The Senegal international has been targeted by Premier League clubs for some time, with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City all credited with holding an interest in the past.
He will, however, be staying put this summer after seeing off bids of €90 million (£80m/$104m) and penning fresh terms in Italy.
Should Liverpool make Ramsey move?
Liverpool have been urged to make a move for Arsenal contract rebel Aaron Ramsey, with Dean Saunders of the opinion that the Welshman would make the Reds “stronger”.
The 27-year-old has entered the final year of his deal at Emirates Stadium and is yet to commit to fresh terms.
Man Utd open Darmian exit discussions
Benfica have opened talks regarding a deal for out of favour Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian, claims the Mirror.
A return to his native Italy had been mooted for the versatile full-back, but Napoli and AC Milan have been priced out of a move by the Red Devils' £15 million ($20m) asking price.
Man Utd target Perisic open to Premier League move
Ivan Perisic has admitted he is still open to moving to the Premier League, leaving the door open for Manchester United to reignite their interest.
The Red Devils pursued the Inter star last summer but he opted to stay and sign a new five-year contract with the Italian side.
However, the 2018 World Cup finalist will not rule out a move away from San Siro.
Milan see off Suso offers
AC Milan forward Suso has revealed that the Serie A side have knocked back a number of approaches for his services this summer.
The Spaniard told Marca: "We had several offers, four or five. But the club was not willing to negotiate."
Rugani snubs lucrative Chelsea contract
Daniele Rugani has turned down a €20 million (£18m/$23m) contract offer from Chelsea and will remain at Juventus, reports Tuttosport.
The 24-year-old defender has been heavily linked with a move to Stamford Bridge, but he is set to be handed a prominent role at the Serie A champions this season.
Arsenal accept Sporting bid for Lucas
Arsenal have accepted a bid of around €5 million for forward Lucas Perez from Sporting, according to A Bola.
The Spaniard has struggled to make an impact in north London and spent last season on loan at Deportivo La Coruna.
He could now be on his way to Portugal, though he will likely need to take a pay cut.
Wolves make €18m Vida bid
Wolves have taken the lead in the race to sign Besiktas defender Domagoj Vida having made an €18 million (£16m/$20.8m), according to Sabah.
The Croatia international has been linked with a host of clubs after impressing at the World Cup.
But the newly-promoted Premier League side are now set to meet with officials from Besiktas to negotiate Vida's move to England.
Roma turn to Xhaka
Roma's hunt for a new central midfielder has seen them turn to Arsenal's Granit Xhaka, according to Roma News.
The Giallorossi are looking to sign a replacement for Radja Nainggolan, and despite agreeing a fee to bring in Sevilla's Steven Nzonzi, personal terms have proven to be a stumbling block.
As such they are now set to pursue Switzerland international Xhaka.
Benfica enter Darmian race
Benfica are the latest club to show an interest in signing Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian, according to The Sun.
Darmian has long been linked with a move away from Old Trafford, with Napoli and Inter among those keen on the Italy international.
But Portuguese giants Benfica have now entered the race, though they are only willing to offer to take the full-back on loan.
Jorginho would have been perfect for Man City
It has taken Chelsea signing Jorginho only three matches to make his impact with the Stamford Bridge side, but it could all have been so different.
Manchester City were chasing the Italy international for much of the summer but were pipped at the post by Maurizio Sarri's side.
Pogba has picked his Barcelona shirt number
Should Paul Pogba complete his move from Manchester United to Barcelona, he has already earmarked which shirt number he wants, CalcioMarceto reports.
The World Cup winner will claim the No.8 worn by Andres Iniesta before his summer departure to the J-League.
Pogba is already said to have held talks with Barca sporting director Eric Abidal over a potential switch.
Mina agrees Man Utd personal terms
Barcelona defender Yerry Mina has agreed personal terms with Manchester United, according to Mundo Deportivo.
The Colombia international has emerged as a target for the Red Devils as Jose Mourinho looks to bring in a centre-back before the closure of the transfer window.
And though Mina wants to move to Old Trafford, the two clubs are yet to agree on a final fee for the transfer.
Valverde thrilled with Vidal arrival
Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde has hailed the arrival of new midfielder Arturo Vidal.
The Chile international is set to move to Camp Nou from Bayern Munich in a deal worth €20 million (£18m/$23m) after an agreement was reached between the two clubs.
And Valverde is hopeful that Vidal's 'warrior' instinct will bring added energy to his side.
Milan prepare €120m Milinkovic-Savic bid
Serbia international a wanted man
AC Milan are preparing a huge €120 million (£106.9m/$139m) bid for Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, according to La Stampa.
The Serbia international would originally join the Rossoneri on a loan deal worth €40m before completing an €80m permanent move.
New sporting director Leonardo is keen to add creative players to the Milan squad as he aims to provide for new centre-forward Gonzalo Higuain.
Mirallas completes €7.5m Fiorentina move
Everton winger Kevin Mirallas has completed his €7.5 million (£6.7m/$8.7m) move to Fiorentina.
The Belgium international joins La Viola on an initial season-long loan deal but will sign a four-year contract once his permanent move is finalised.
What is going on with Balotelli?
Many felt that Mario Balotelii's form for Nice over the past two seasons would be enough to secure him a move back to the big time this summer.
Despite persistent reports linking him with Marseille or a return to Italy, though, the former Manchester City forward remains a Nice player on the eve of the season.
So what is going on? Goal's Robin Bairner takes a look at his situation...
Celtic close in on Arzani loan
Celtic are set to complete a two-year loan deal for Melbourne City teenager Daniel Arzani, according to the Daily Mail.
Australia international Arzani was the youngest player at the 2018 World Cup and impressed for the Socceroos.
He is now set to seal a permanent switch to Manchester City before being sent to Parkhead to gain experience.
Morata pledges future to Chelsea
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has pledged his future to the Stamford Bridge outfit.
After strugging for consistent form during his first season in the Premier League, speculation has persisted that he could be sold.
But the Spain international insists everything is 'perfect' as he prepares for the new campaign.
Leicester hold Ghezzal talks
Leicester City are set to hold talks with Monaco winger Rachid Ghezzal, according to the Daily Mail.
The Ligue 1 outfit have allowed Ghezzal to travel to England to discuss personal terms after an agreement was reached between both clubs.
Watford have also shown an interest in the wideman but look set to miss out.
Agent urges Chelsea to sell Courtois
Goalkeeper keen to leave west London
The agent of Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has urged the Blues to sell their No.1 to Real Madrid.
Belgium international Courtois has long been linked with the Champions League holders, but no deal has yet been struck.
And with Chelsea knowing they would not be able to sign a replacement after Thursday's transfer deadline in England, time is running out for Courtois to move to Spain to be closer to his family.
Man City youngster set for Leeds
Manchester City are set to send teenage striker Lucas Nmecha on loan to Leeds United, according to The Sun.
Leeds have already signed one City youngster on a temporary deal this summer having brought in Jack Harrison.
And now Pep Guardiola is set to do mentor Marcelo Bielsa another favour by lending him Nmecha for the duration of the campaign.
Burnley agree £15m Gibson fee
Burnley have agreed a £15 million ($19.5m) fee with Middlesbrough to sign defender Ben Gibson, according to the Daily Mail.
The Clarets are yet to make a senior signing this summer but are closing in on moves for Swansea's Sam Clucas and Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart.
And now, having had two bids rejected, they look set to welcome Gibson to Turf Moor if they can agree personal terms.
Mexican defender Alanis headed to MLS?
Oswaldo Alanís could be headed for MLS, according to Diario Record.
The El Tri center back, who missed out on Mexico's World Cup roster, made a move to Getafe this summer, but was signed by since-departed Ramon Planes.
Current coach Jose Bordalas sees him as surplus to needs and the 29-year-old could be shipped to another club in Europe or sent to MLS, though no club was named in the report.
Zambrano: $13.5m Davies 'a bargain' for Bayern
Alphonso Davies' $13.5 million (€11.5m/£10m) transfer to Bayern Munich broke a 10-year-old transfer fee record for a Major League Soccer player.
That number may double the record if Davies meets certain incentives, but Octavio Zambrano still thinks Bayern has landed a steal.
"Bayern got a bargain, no doubt. One hundred percent," Zambrano told Goal. "His best years are ahead of him and he has so much more in his game. I think they got a superb player for a very good deal. Alphonso is a player of three or four times that amount."
Meram headed back to Columbus
Justin Meram is headed back to the Columbus Crew, MLSsoccer.com reports.
The Crew will send $750,000 in allocation money and an international slot to Orlando in the deal.
Vidal thanks Bayern for sanctioning Barca move
Arturo Vidal bade a warm farewell to Bayern Munich as he relishes a new challenge at Barcelona.
Chile midfielder Vidal has agreed to join Barca on a three-year deal , with just a medical remaining to conclude a transfer understood to be worth in the region of €20 million (£18m/$23m).
Barca confirm Aleix Vidal departure
Aleix Vidal has left Barcelona's USA training camp to finalise a transfer amid a likely switch to Sevilla.
The winger and full-back is expected to seal a €9 million (£8m/$10m) return to the club he joined Barca from in 2015.
Danilo Silva returns to MLS to play for Bradley
LAFC announced the loan signing of Danilo Silva on Friday.
The 31-year-old defender, who played one season in MLS 13 years ago, will be re-united with manager Bob Bradley, who he played five games under as an 18-year-old.
To make the move, LAFC has to trade for Silva's MLS right with the New York Red Bulls, though he comes to LA on loan from Brazilian side Internacional.
Real Madrid give Coentrao extra leave to search for move
Real Madrid allowed Fabio Coentrao extra time away from the club to seek out a move this summer, AS reports.
New Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui doesn't see the Portuguese defender in his plans and the club are hoping for a quick solution.
Napoli closing in on Ochoa
Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa is nearing a move to Napoli, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
The club are also closing in on the signing of Lille full-back Kevin Malcuit.
Sarri eyes new midfield signing
Maurizio Sarri hopes Chelsea sign at least one midfielder before the transfer window closes, but the coach does not expect the club to be busy ahead of Thursday's deadline.
The former Napoli boss has previously said he isn't interested in the transfer market and is hoping to keep a number of first team stars such as Eden Hazard, Willian and Thibaut Courtois, who were linked with moves away.
Martial set for Man Utd stay
The forward may not be moving on after all
Anthony Martial could be staying at Manchester United this season, according to the Mirror.
The French forward is back in training and has been included in the side for Sunday's pre-season finale against Bayern Munich.
Despite the 22-year-old landing in Jose Mourinho's doghouse over skipping the club's US tour, the club are not willing to sell unless a suitable replacement can be brought in.
Arsenal to make £25m Vida bid
The Gunners are looking to add the Croatia star this summer
Arsenal are prepared to make a £25 million ($32m) bid for Croatian defender Domagoj Vida, according to The Sun.
According to the report the deal can only happen if the club offload one of Shkodran Mustafi or Danny Welbeck to free up the funds, but new boss Unai Emery is keen to add a top defender this summer.