Conor Coady's medical at Everton has been deemed successful, and the club has decided to loan him to Wolves for the next season. According to football writer Fabrizio Romano, the agreement may reportedly be deemed to have been finalized.
Ben Godfrey suffered a leg fracture on Saturday during Everton's match against Chelsea, which they lost 1-0. The center defender, who came up through the Liverpool youth system, will provide further support for Everton's defense.
Raspadori encourages Sassuolo to accept Napoli offer
Giacomo Raspodori has requested from Sassuolo that he be allowed to sign with Napoli during the next summer transfer window.
According to Calciomercato, the two Serie A teams discussed making a bid for the attacker on Friday. However, Calciomercato also says that Napoli's offer of €30 million is €10 million less than what their competitors want.
However, the 22-year-old player has stepped in to negotiate a price reduction with Sassuolo since he is keen to join Stadio San Paolo. He has asked Sassuolo to drop their asking price.
MANCHESTER UNITED Is Going to Improve Their Offer for Arnautovic.
According to Sky Italia's reports, Manchester United will make another offer for Bologna forward Marko Arnautovic after having their first proposal turned down on Sunday.
You can find out what our Italian colleagues at Eurosport think of the move by scrolling down a few articles. Additionally, you can read about another player that United is interested in signing, Adrien Rabiot.
Juventus pursue Frankfurt star
According to Romeo Agresti of Goal, Juventus has not given up on their pursuit of Filip Kostic.
The Old Lady are interested in signing the Frankfurt star because of his versatility and the fact that he can play full-back or wing-back positions.
Arsenal confirm Torreira exit to Galatasaray
The transfer of Lucas Torreira to Galatasaray in exchange for a fee of £5.5 million has been officially announced by Arsenal.
The departure of the Uruguayan central midfielder is the eighth transfer departure for the Gunners so far this summer. Matteo Guendouzi and Bernd Leno have brought in the most money for the club so far.
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