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26 Latest Confirmed Transfer Deals Across Europe: July Transfer Moves So Far

CHELSEA FC CLOSER TO SIGNING HAALAND

Chelsea Fc have finally agreed on personal terms with the Borussia Dortmund forward Erling Haaland. Reports suggests that It is now down to Chelsea Fc to smash their club-record fee to stand a chance at finalising the deal this summer.

ICYMI: INGS TURNS DOWN SOUTHAMPTON DEAL 

Danny Ings has turned down a proposal of a four-year contract from Southampton. 

Sky Sports News has affirmed a report by The Athletic that Ings has dismissed the proposal from his club. The 28-year-old forward has one year left on his present arrangement. 

Recently, Sky Sports News revealed that Manchester City were keen on marking Ings this mid year as a likely replacement to Sergio Aguero. 

Ings has additionally been accounted for to draw in interest from Manchester United.

Arsenal 'Confident' OF SIGNING WHITE 

Arsenal FC are proceeding with conversations with Brighton over the marking of safeguard Ben White and are relied upon to come in with a third bid, reports Sky Sports News' Dharmesh Sheth. 

KELLY MAKES PERMANENT MOTHERWELL MOVE 

Liam Kelly has gotten back to Motherwell on a perpetual three-year bargain from QPR, having gone through the second 50% of the 2020/21 mission borrowed at the club. 

Kelly was casted a ballot players' player of the year for his commitment last season and kept seven clean sheets from 21 appearances. 

LOSADA: FACING ARSENAL WILL BE SPECIAL 

New Manchester City marking Vicky Losada says it's anything but a 'uncommon game' when she faces her previous club Arsenal FC next season 

COLCHESTER TRIO PEN NEW DEALS 

Three Colchester United players have marked new arrangements with the club. 

Junior Tchamadeu, who is the most youthful player at any point to begin an association match for the club, has marked a three-year bargain until the late spring of 2024. 

Brendan Wiredu has marked another two-year contract, while Tommy Smith has put pen to paper on another arrangement that takes him to the late spring of 2023 

VIEIRA'S FIRST DAY AT PALACE 

New Crystal Palace supervisor Patrick Vieira has taken preparing interestingly since his arrangement on Sunday. 

The previous Arsenal midfielder has marked a three-year bargain at the South London club. 

ISMAEL EXPECTS JOHNSTONE, PERIERA DEPARTURES 

New West Brom supervisor Valerien Ismael concedes he anticipates that Sam Johnstone and Matheus Pereira should leave The Hawthorns. 

Goalkeeper Johnstone and forward Pereira were the two players who stood out in spite of Albion's inauspicious season as they completed second base. 

Johnstone – connected with West Ham and Arsenal – is presently away with England in front of Wednesday's Euro 2020 semi-last with Denmark while Pereira is back in preparing with the Baggies yet Ismael isn't getting ready to work with them for long. 

Proctor JOINS PORT VALE 

Striker Jamie Proctor has joined Port Vale on an underlying one-year contract. 

He as of late highlighted for League One side Wigan Athletic borrowed from Rotherham United. 

FORSTER-CASKEY EXTENDS CHARLTON STAY 

Jake Forster-Caskey has marked another one-year contract with Charlton, with the alternative of a subsequent year. 

The 27-year-old has played 111 games for the club since joining Charlton in January 2017 and was named the club's Player of the Year in the 2020/21 season. In any case, he endured an ACL injury in the Addicks' penultimate round of last season. 

MARTINS INDI LEAVES STOKE 

Bruno Martins Indi has finished his five-year Stoke City profession by joining AZ Alkmaar on a perpetual exchange. 

The 29-year-old defender spent his season borrowed to Alkmaar, and showed up for Stoke.

ROBERTSON IN ROSS COUNTY LOAN 

Ross County have declared the marking of 18-year-old midfielder Alexander Robertson on a season-long advance from Man City. 

Robertson, child of previous Dundee and St Johnstone midfielder Mark Robertson, made his senior expert presentation for Man City in the 2019/20 season against Tranmere Rovers in the EFL Trophy and won the Premier League 2 prize last term. 

BRIGHTON INTEREST IN MWEPU 

Brighton are keen on marking midfielder Enock Mwepu from RB Salzburg. 

23-year-old Mwepu is a previous colleague of striker Patson Daka, who joined Leicester last week. 

Brighton have effectively worked with RB Salzburg this exchange window with left-back Bernardo rejoining the Austrian heroes forever after a spell on credit last season. 

Mwepu actually has three years to run on his present agreement. 


KANE: NO NUNO CONTACT, I FEEL LIKE I'M LOVED AT SPURS 

Harry Kane has applauded the work new Tottenham administrator Nuno Espirito Santo did at Wolves, yet will be yet to be in contact with his new chief. 

It comes after Fabio Paratici said he needed to keep Kane at Spurs, yet says he has likewise not addressed the forward about his future. 

ATLETICO SIGN MARCOS PAULO 

Atletico Madrid have endorsed forward Marcos Paulo on a free exchange in the wake of leaving Fluminense. 

He has marked a five-year agreement and last season, he played 24 games for the Brazilian club, scoring 3 goals and giving 3 helps. 

Marcos Paulo passed his clinical at @ClinicaNavarra prior to marking his agreement 

ALIOSKI DEPARTS LEEDS 

Ezgjan Alioski's four-year spell with Leeds United has reached a conclusion. 

While the club made proposals for Alioski to remain, they couldn't agree with his delegates and his current agreement lapsed last week. 

Alioski showed up for Leeds, scoring 22 goals more than four years. 

MAGUIRE: SANCHO AN EXCEPTIONAL TALENT 

Manchester United Captain Harry Maguire says he is eager to connect up with Jadon Sancho once his move from Borussia Dortmund is finished. 

LOSADA DELIGHTED TO JOIN MAN CITY 

Vicky Losada says she is amazingly eager to play for Manchester City and features the club's style of play as being one of the primary reasons she decided to join Gareth Taylor's side. 

UEFA Women's Champions League victor Vicky Losada has marked a two-year contract with Manchester City. 

NOMBE HEADING TO EXETER 

Exeter have marked striker Sam Nombe from MK Dons for an undisclosed charge. 

The 22-year-old has joined the Sky Bet League Two club on a three-year contract. 

Nombe got through the institute framework at Stadium MK and scored twice in 31 class trips for the Dons' senior side. 

He was limited to only 11 Championship appearances during a loan spell with Luton last season, having had impermanent spells with non-association clubs Oxford City and Maidenhead United before in his vocation. 

MOUSINHO SIGNS OXFORD EXTENSION 

Club chief John Mousinho has marked another two-year bargain at Oxford. 

The 35-year-old protector, who is additionally executive of the PFA, has conquered a knee injury that saw him miss the second 50% of last 

Stir up have marked Mario Vrancic on a one-year bargain following his takeoff from Norwich. 

Bosnia and Herzegovina midfielder Vrancic, 32, whose agreement at Norwich had lapsed, is Stoke's third summer marking. 

Vrancic has spent the last four seasons at Norwich and showed up for the club last season as they tied down advancement to the Premier League. 

ARSENAL FC CLOSE ON TAVARES, LOKONGA 

Arsenal Fc are surrounding the signings of Benfica left-back Nuno Tavares and Anderlecht midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga. 

Protector Tavares is right now in isolate in London and will have his last clinical checks in the not so distant future prior to finishing his switch for a charge comprehended to be worth £8m. 

Tavares has been acquired to give rivalry to best option left-back Kieran Tierney. 

Arsenal Fc shave concurred an arrangement on a basic level for Lokonga and are currently finishing the installment construction of a £17m bargain. 

RANGERS SIGN LUNDSTRAM 

Rangers have finished the marking of previous Sheffield United midfielder John Lundstram on a free exchange. 


Aston Villa TO RETURN FOR SMITH ROWE 

Aston Villa are setting up a third bid for Arsenal forward Emile Smith Rowe, as indicated by Football.London. 

The Gunners have effectively dismissed two offers from Villa for the 20-year-old, who is under agreement at the Emirates until the late spring of 2023. 

Estate are in the market to track down a potential long haul substitution for Jack Grealish, who has been connected with a transition to Manchester City this late spring. 


KRAFTH FREE TO LEAVE 

Newcastle United will leave protector Emil Krafth this late spring, reports The Sun. 

The 26-year-old Sweden global could be continued ahead to clear a path for one of 44 exchange targets shortlisted by Magpies supervisor Steve Bruce. 


BELGIUM STICKING WITH MARTINEZ 

The top of the Belgian FA says there are no designs to supplant supervisor Roberto Martinez. 

Peter Bossaert, CEO of the Royal Belgian Football Association, says that plans are as of now in progress for the forthcoming World Cup Qualifiers, with Martinez assuming control. 

Belgium's supposed 'Brilliant Generation', presently top of the FIFA Rankings, lost their Euro 2020 quarter-last tie against Italy on Friday. The loss followed Belgium's semi-last loss at the 2018 World Cup. 

End in the quarter-finals of Euro 2016 on account of Wales prompted the terminating of past lead trainer Marc Wilmots. 

RONALDO SEEKS JUVE EXTENSION 

Cristiano Ronaldo's representative is seeking after an agreement augmentation which will keep the Portugal global at Juventus until 2023, reports Gazzetta dello Sport. 

Ronaldo, 36, is under agreement at the Serie A club until the late spring of 2022 yet theory connecting him with a re-visitation of Manchester United has assembled pace.

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