Nantes add Wague from Udinese
Nantes have completed the signing of Molla Wague from Udinese, the club announced.
Wague has signed a contract that will keep him with the French club for three seasons.
The 28-year-old defender has previously played for Watford, Nottingham Forest and Leicester.
Guardiola: 'Rodri the next Busquets'
Pep Guardiola says that some see Rodri as the next Sergio Busquets.
The midfielder joined Manchester City this summer for a club-record €70 million (£63m/$79m) after breaking out as a member of Atletico Madrid.
Valverde has high expectations for €224m trio
Ernesto Valverde says the new trio of trio Antoine Griezmann, Frenkie de Jong and Neto to make an immediate impact at Barcelona.
The trio have all signed with Barca this summer, with Griezmann and de Jong among the summer's biggest moves.
Lille add Andre from Rennes
Robertson hits out at 'unfair' Bruce criticism
Andy Robertson backed Steve Bruce to succeed at Newcastle despite recent criticism over his hiring.
Robertson previously played under Bruce at Hull, and says the manager is better than many give him credit for.
Man Utd & Spurs target Lo Celso asks for transfer
Giovani Lo Celso has asked Betis to be allowed to leave the club just weeks after signing from Paris Saint-Germain, reports ABC.
Both Manchester United and Tottenham have been linked with the Argentina international.
But they will have to match Betis' valuation of €75m (£68m/$84m) to make progress in talks, as the minimum fee the club will consider before they release their 23-year-old star.
Barca's Cucurella set for Getafe
Barcelona have agreed to sell left-back Marc Cucurella to Getafe just a day after they brought him back from Eibar.
Sources close to the Catalan club have confirmed to Goal that Cucurella will seal a permanent move to their Liga rivals in a deal worth up to €10 million (£9m/$11m).
That will see Ernesto Valverde's side make a profit on a player they confirmed they had re-signed from Eibar on Tuesday for €4m.
Reus turned down Arsenal, Barca & Manchester clubs in 2015
Marco Reus says he does not regret his decision to stay at Borussia Dortmundas his agent revealed that some of the world's top clubs were pushing to sign the midfielder in 2015.
Galatasaray open talks over Seri loan move
Norwich renews Aaron contract
De Rossi determined to play at Boca before retiring
Roma idol Daniele De Rossi is closing in on a move to Boca Juniors and fulfilling a long-held dream, according to Marca.
"I couldn't finish my career without playing at Boca," the former Italy midfielder reportedly told ex-Roma team-mate Nicolas Burdisso, who is Boca's director of football and a key part of negotiations to seal a stellar signing for the Argentine giants.
'Man Utd should be chasing de Ligt, not Maguire!'
Former Manchester United and U.S. national team defender Jonathan Spector says Manchester United should have been chasing recently-signed Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt.
Instead, the club appears close to sealing a move for Harry Maguire, a player Spector sees as a good player at a big price.
Roma sign Mancini
Roma have confirmed the signing of Gianluca Mancini on a one-year loan deal from Atalanta.
The deal includes a €2m (£1.8m/$2.25m) loan fee and a €13m (£11.7m/$14.6m) buy obligation upon the conclusion of the loan.
Mancini, 23, has earned two Italy caps and made 35 appearances for Atalanta last season.
"Being a player of a prestigious club like Rome is a source of pride and repays the many sacrifices made since I started playing football," said Mancini. "I can't wait to start this new adventure ".
Trippier seals Atletico Madrid move
Fullback Kieran Trippier's Tottenham departure has been finalized as Atletico Madrid have signed the defender for an initial fee of £20 million ($25m).
Trippier has signed a three-year deal with the Spanish club after making over 100 appearances for Spurs.
Atlanta United acquires Adams from Fire
Atlanta United has added midfielder Mo Adams via a trade with the Chicago Fire, the club announced.
The reigning MLS Cup champions will send $100,000 in General Allocation Money to the Fire while also waving Gordon Wild to open up a spot for the English midfielder.
Adams has made 10 appearances this year after making 15 last campaign in his rookie season.
Preston North End re-sign Nugent
Preston North End have re-signed David Nugent, the club announced.
The forward originally played for the club from 2005-07, scoring 37 goals in 107 appearances.
He's since gone on to feature for Leicester, Middlesbrough and, most recently, Derby County as his career has taken him through both the Premier League and Championship.
Insigne hopes Napoli can finalize James deal
Lorenzo Insigne says he thinks James Rodriguez would shine at Napoli if the club can complete a deal for the midfielder.
The Colombian has been linked with Napoli and Atletico Madrid in recent weeks as Real Madrid look to move on.
Dortmund target Juventus duo
Borussia Dortmund have set their sights on Juventus pair Mario Mandzukic and Moise Kean as they look to bolster their squad for the upcoming Bundesliga season.
The German side have already made a number of high profile signings this summer, and Calcio Mercato reports that they are seeking to add the Juventus duo to that list, with striker Mandzukic of particular interest.
Redan nearing Hertha switch
Chelsea forward Daishawn Redan is close to agreeing a deal to join Hertha Berlin.
The 18-year-old signed from Ajax in 2017 but has yet to make a first-team appearance for the Blues, and is keen on a move to the Bundesliga side in order to play regular top-flight football.
Bruce returns to Kilmarnock
Newcastle closing in on Joelinton
Newcastle are closing in on a deal to bring Hoffenheim striker Joelinton to St James' Park, according to Bild.
The 22-year-old is seen as a direct replacement for Salomon Rondon, and could arrive as the most expensive signing in the club's history.
Newcastle have already lost Ayoze Perez to Leicester, and new manager Steve Bruce is eager to land Brazilian Joelinton as soon as possible.
Barcelona close to Tailson deal
Barcelona are nearing a deal for Santos midfielder Tailson, according to Marca.
The 20-year-old will initially join the Barcelona B team, and is viewed by the Catalan club as one of the stars of the future.
Carson on his way out of Derby?
Derby goalkeeper Scott Carson is surplus to requirements at the Championship club, according to the Mirror.
The former Liverpool shot-stopper has one year remaining on his contract, but new boss Phillip Cocu prefers the likes of Jonathan Mitchell and fellow Dutch national Kelle Roos, and is keen to offload Carson this summer.
Mainz extend Onisiwo's deal
Rangers' Hardie moves to Blackpool
Grimsby loan Newcastle full-back
West Ham sign Haller
West Ham have completed the signing of Sebastien Haller from Eintracht Frankfurt.
The 25-year-old has joined on a five-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Reports have suggested the agreement between the two clubs is around £40 million ($50m).
West Ham confirmed he has become their new record signing, surpassing the £35m ($43m) price tag of Felipe Anderson.
'De Ligt to Barcelona reports were bullsh*t!'
Reports claiming Matthijs de Ligt could move to Barcelona this summer were bulls*it, the player's agent Mino Raiola has claimed.
De Ligt now looks set to sign for Juventus having arived in Turin for a medical.
And despite widespread reports the centre-back could join Frenkie de Jong at Camp Nou, Raiola has denied the move was ever on the cards.
Sheffield Wednesday taking legal advice over Bruce departure
Sheffield Wednesday have announced they are taking legal advice following the departure fo manager Steve Bruce to Newcastle.
A club statement on Wednesday read: "The Club is disappointed to learn via public statement issued by Newcastle United that it has appointed former Sheffield Wednesday staff Steve Bruce, Steve Agnew and Steve Clemence.
"Regardless of the fact that the staff resigned from their positions with the Club on Monday, there remains outstanding legal issues to be resolved between the club and the staff and Newcastle United. The Club is currently considering its position and taking the appropriate legal advice.
"No further comment will be made by the Club concerning this matter."
Mancini has Roma medical
De Gea misses Leeds clash with illness
David de Gea has been forced to sit out of Manchester United clash with Leeds due to illness, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed.
Uncertainty has surrounded the future of De Gea for a number of months as he is yet to sign a new deal at Old Trafford.
Trippier to join Atletico
Kieran Trippier is set to join Atletico Madrid for £20 million ($25m), claims BBC Sport.
The right-back lost his place in the England squad for the Nations League finals after a below-par season for Tottenham.
Diego Simeone has already bolstered his defence with the signings of Felipe and Renan Lodi this summer.
Celtic in pole position to land Cifuentes
Celtic are facing competition from Man City to sign Ecuador youngster Jose Cifuentes, but the Daily Record says that the Scottish champions are leading the race for his signature.
The America de Quito midfielder was a standout at this summer's Under-20 World Cup, and would favour a move to Scotland in a bid for regular first-team football, with work permit issues also giving Celtic an advantage over City.
Thuram set to make Monchengladbach switch
Guingamp striker Marcus Thuram is set to move to Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach, according to L'Equipe.
The 21-year-old is the son of former France international Lilian Thuram, and has made five appearances for the French Under-21 side.
Arsenal turn down chance to re-sign Bennacer
According to the Guardian, Arsenal have rejected the chance to re-sign Empoli's Ismael Bennacer.
The midfielder made just one first-team appearance for the Gunners after arriving in 2015.
The Algerian has guided his nation to the Africa Cup of Nations final this summer, and has been linked with a move to Milan after Empoli's relegation from Serie A last season.
Bruce appointed Newcastle manager
Milan opting for Bailly instead of Lovren
Milan will turn their attentions to Man Utd's Eric Bailly after being priced out of a move for Liverpool's Dejan Lovren.
The Daily Mail claims that Milan want someone to partner Alessio Romagnoli at the back, and that Bailly is the better option due to the United defender having just one year remaining on his current contract.
Everton keeping tabs on Mandzukic
Everton are waiting to see if Mario Mandzukic will be part of Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri's plans this season, The Telegraph says.
Marco Silva is seeking to strengthen is frontline, and will look to the 33-year-old striker should the Croatian find out he is not a key member of Sarri's side.
Roma chasing Napoli's Hysaj
Roma are stepping up their efforts to sign Napoli full-back Elseid Hysaj, but must offload Alessandro Florenzi if any deal is to be completed.
According to Calcio Mercato, the Albanian defender is a major target for Roma, but they may be facing competition from Chelsea and Man Utd for the 25-year-old's signature.
Solskjaer hoping for one or two more at Man Utd
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he is hoping to sign one or two more players this summer.
The Norwegian pointed to the inflated market conditions as he admitted it has been difficult to get deals over the line.
Emery eyes four new arrivals
Unai Emery has revealed he expects Arsenal to sign four expensive players ahead of the new season.
The Gunners have only brought in one new player so far this transfer window, securing the signature of Gabriel Martinelli.
But Emery insists more will follow.
Read his full quotes here Goal!
Rose put up for sale by Tottenham
Tottenham have left Danny Rose out of their pre-season tour with a view to selling him this summer, claims The Telegraph.
The left-back is valued at around £25 million ($31m) and is said to be keen to stay in England rather than move abroad.
West Ham offer £81m for Haller
West Ham have submited an £45 million ($56m) bid for Sebastien Haller, according to Football Insider.
The London club has made Haller their top target this summer and are set to sign him from Eintracht Frankfurt today.
Neymar determined to leave PSG
Neymar is determined to leave Paris Saint-Germain at "all costs" this summer, claims Mundo Deportivo.
The Brazil star failed to report to the Parisiens' first day of training and is reportedly looking to push through a deal to take him elsewhere.
A return to Barcelona is said to be his prefered option, but the Catalans are not interested in bringing him back to Camp Nou.
Moves to Manchester United and Bayern Munich have also been touted.
Maupay back in training for Brentford
Neal Maupay has returned to training for Brentford after being sent home from their pre-season tour due to the speculation surrounding his future.
The striker, who netted 25 times in the Championship last term, was photographed in action at the Bees' training base in west London on Tuesday on the club's official website.
Maupay had been removed from Brentford's tour of Austria due to not being in the right frame of mind given the interest in him from a number of Premier League clubs, including Aston Villa, Brighton and Sheffield United.
No contact over Dunk
Brighton have had no contact from Leicester over Lewis Dunk, reports The Argus.
The centre-back is rumoured to be the Foxes prefered replacement for Harry Maguire should he leave in a big-money transfer this summer.
Dunk could reportedly be sold for around £40 million ($50m) but the Seagulls claim they have heard nothing from their Premier League rivals.
Arsenal agree fee for Everton
The striker will now complete a medical
Arsenal have agreed a £36 million ($45m) deal for Gremio star Everton, according to Fox Sports.
The forward will now complete a medical in Brazil ahead of his move.
Manchester United had reportedly shown an interest in the 23-year-old and had sent scouts to watch him play.
Barca offer Rakitic and Coutinho as part of Neymar package
PSG have not been swayed by the latest offer
Barcelona have offered a package centred around Ivan Rakitic and Philippe Coutinho as they look to sign Neymar, according to L'Equipe.
The deal would also include €40m, although PSG remain firm and uninterested in the deal proposed.
Ousmane Dembele has also been linked with a move as a potential make-weight but remains confident that he'll stay in Barcelona.
'I won't spoon feed Sanchez'
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he is planning on having Alexis Sanchez at Old Trafford this season but won't make any special adjustments for the Chilean.
Sanchez has been linked with a move away from Manchester United, but Solskjaer doesn't see that as a guarantee.
Schar offered to Milan
Newcastle defender Fabian Schar has been offered to Milan, according to Calcio Mercato.
Schar joined Newcastle from Deportivo La Coruna last summer and played 24 matches for the club.
The defender could be bought for €15m (£13.55m/$16.88m).
Why outcry over Harry Maguire’s potential £70m-plus transfer fee is ridiculous
Harry Maguire could become football's most expensive defender, and there has been plenty of criticism and debate about the fee that it appears he will command.
The Leicester star is a target of Manchester United, and, if he can do the job for them, his fee shouldn't deter a club that is very much in need of a backline leader.
James edges towards Atletico move
James Rodriguez is moving closer to a move to Atletico Madrid, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
Negotiations between Real Madrid and Napoli have stalled as the Italian club have looked to seal a loan move.
But Atletico Madrid are open to buying the Colombian outright as they move closer to a deal.
Tuchel: I found out Neymar wants to leave before the Copa America
Thomas Tuchel admitted that he found out that Neymar wanted to leave Paris Saint-Germain before the Copa America.
The PSG manager says he still has hope Neymar will join the club on a pre-season trip to China, but admitted that he's staying out of transfer business.
Inter to meet Man Utd's £75m Lukaku price
Inter will meet Manchester United's £75 million ($93m) valuation of Romelu Lukaku upon certain conditions, The Sun says.
The Italian side will submit a proposal for a down payment of roughly £40m upfront and payments then spread out over the next two years.
In addition, Inter will request that £15m of that fee be dependent on Lukaku achieving certain bonuses.
Milan interested in Modric move
Serie A side ready to bring in midfielder this summer
Milan are set to pounce if Real Madrid decide to sell Luka Modric, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
The club met with Modric's agent on Tuesday to discuss other clients, but the Real Madrid midfielder was brought up as part of those discussions.
Real Madrid is hesitant to let him go, but could do so in order to raise a fee and get his wages off the books as part of a busy summer.
Rodgers: Maguire bids nowhere near our valuation
Brendan Rodgers says the club has received two bids for Harry Maguire, but neither has been close to the club's valuation.
The defender is a reported target of Manchester City and Manchester United, but played in Leicester's preseason opener on Tuesday.
Mangala will be allowed to leave City for free
Manchester City are willing to let Eliaquim Mangala leave for free this summer, according to the Telegraph.
The defender joined City for £42m from Porto in 2014 and has since been on loan spells to Valencia and Everton.
Mangala, who could be difficult to move due to his wages, has been linked with moves Portugal and Turkey.