LIVE Transfer Updates: Friday, August 5

Major Done Deal: Leroy Sane Signs For Manchester City In £37 Million Deal

Major Transfer Story: Chelsea Prepare Massive Bid For Lukaku


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Chance For Premier League Clubs To Make Move?

Bayern Will Not Pay Lewandowski ‘Crazy Wages’ Says Karl-Heinz Rummenigge

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English Clubs Interested In McNair

Manchester United defender Paddy McNair, who is reportedly not in Mourinho’s plans for the upcoming season, is wanted by some of the Premier League and Championship clubs.

Sky Sports believes Sunderland, Newcastle, Burnley and Middlesbrough are interested in the defender’s services.

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OFFICIAL: Chelsea Defender Becomes First Moyes Signing


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Santon Move To West Ham Is Off

According to Sky Sports, West Ham have pulled out of Davide Santon loan move from Inter Milan after the full-back failed a medical.

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OFFICIAL: Former Juventus Striker Joins Swansea City

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Arsenal Sign Midfielder

Nigerian youngster Kelechi Nwakali has today joined Arsenal from the Diamond Football Academy.

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Liverpool Defender Joins Burnley

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European Giants Chase Euro Winner

Portuguese outlet A Bola is reporting that Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are chasing midfielder Joao Mario, who won the Euro 2016 with Portugal this summer.

Sporting Lisbon have reportedly rejected offers from Liverpool and Inter Milan.

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Everton Make A Last Ditch Attempt To Keep Lukaku

Everton Set To Offer Lukaku Lucrative New Deal

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Hertha Berlin Takes Liverpool Youngster On Loan

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Kerala Sign Ex-Arsenal Man

Indian Super League side Kerala Blasters have signed former Arsenal goalkeeper Graham Stack, who was part of invincible side in 2003-04 season.

“I’ve done some research and I’ve spoken to Peter Ramage on the phone because he was at Kerala last season,” he told Sky Sports.

“He had nothing but good things to say about the place, spoke very highly of the club and its personnel, and said you get treated really well. He said Kerala have the most amazing support, with 60,000 plus turning out in Cochin for their game.

“I’ve been playing in front of a few thousand in League Two, and as much as I love Barnet, I haven’t played in front of 60,000 since I was in Scotland with Hibernian, playing against the likes of Celtic and Rangers and playing in the 2012 Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden Park.”

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Premier League Move Still On The Cards For Morata

Manchester United Interested In €60m-Rated Alvaro Morata




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