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21:36 CEST: Jhon Córdoba heading to Russia
Former Espanyol and Granada player Jhon Córdoba has signed for Krasnodar. The Russian club has paid Hertha Berlina the round of 20 million euros for the Colombian, who has signed a contract until 2025.
21:06 CEST: Goran Pandev will continue for another year
Goran Pandev retired from international service with North Macedonia after Euro 2020, but is not quite ready to hang up his boots entirely at club level. The former Inter player will continue at Genoa for one more season.
20:16 CEST: Documentary attracts interest
Jeremy Doku caught the attention of Europe with his phenomenal shows for Belgium this summer. Lyon, Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund are interested in the Rennes winger.
19:47 CEST: Premier League clubs want Nakamba
Everton and Crystal Palace are interested in the Zimbabwe international Marvelous Nakamba. The Aston Villa midfielder has fallen into Dean Smith’s pecking order, so the Midlands club is open to offers.
17:30 CEST: Andre Ayew joins Xavi’s Al Sadd
Al Sadd have confirmed Andre Ayew’s arrival for free, with the former Swansea City forward signing a two-year deal with the option for one more year. He will play alongside Santi Cazorla in Xavi Hernández’s team.
17:00 CEST: Coman changes his bib
Kingsley Coman has been linked to a move away from Bayern Munich, but potentially a sign that he is ready to stay has come in the way he changed his jersey number as he will go from number 29 to number 11.
16:30 CEST: Gabriel Jesus Price Day
Manchester City have set their price for Gabriel Jesus, who will be deemed in excess of requirements once Harry Kane’s move from Tottenham Hotspur is completed. Tuttosport reports that City want between 50 and 60 million euros for the Brazilian forward, who is wanted by Juventus. The Bianconeri would like to hire you on a two-year loan with an option to buy.
16:00 CEST: Ribéry in talks with Sampdoria
Franck Ribéry is a free agent after his contract with Fiorentina expired on June 30, and La Nazione notes that the 38-year-old is currently in talks with Sampdoria. Serie B clubs Monza and Parma have also shown interest in Ribéry.
15:30 CEST: Manchester United sign Sancho
Manchester United has completed the signing of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund for 90 million euros plus accessories.
15:00 CEST: Pogba rejects the contract extension
Paul Pogba has rejected a contract extension offer from Manchester United worth 350,000 pounds a week, says the Daily Mirror. The English club is not willing to let him walk for free next summer, so an outing this summer seems increasingly likely. Paris Saint-Germain are following Pogba, who is open to returning to France.
14:30 CEST: Lazio open talks with Callejón
Lazio’s new manager, Maurizio Sarri, wants to meet José Callejón, who currently plays for Fiorentina, but La Gazzetta dello Sport points out that La Viola is demanding four million euros for the 34-year-old.
14:00 CEST: Tottenham bets on Romero
Tottenham Hotspur has reached an agreement with Atalanta to sign goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini on loan, and they are looking to close another deal with La Dea by offering 40 million euros plus accessories to sign central Cristian Romero, he says. TyC Sports. In Italy, Sky Sport Italia claims the Spurs have already agreed personal terms with Romero.
13:30 CEST: Milan dreams of Ziyech
AC Milan is pushing to sign Chelsea playmaker Hakim Ziyech on a loan, according to the Daily Mail, but the Moroccan wants to know if he is in Thomas Tuchel’s plans before committing to departure. The Rossoneri hope to include a purchase option in the loan agreement.
13:00 CEST: Pjanic’s agent meets with Juventus
Miralem Pjanic was told he can leave Barcelona, and Tuttosport reported that the Bosnian’s agent, Fali Ramadani, met with Juventus in Milan on Wednesday. read more HERE.
12:30 CEST: Milan and Juve will fight for the Brazilian star
Santos prodigy Kaio Jorge has only six months left on his contract and that has caught the attention of some of Europe’s biggest clubs, such as AC Milan and, more recently, Juventus. The Bianconeri may try to make a move for the 19-year-old now to learn from the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Álvaro Morata, with the thought that Santos will accept a fee in the region of six or seven million euros. .
12:00 CEST: They are renewed in Tottenham
Tottenham Hotspur have announced the renewal of Son Heung-min’s contract, with the 29-year-old signing a new contract at the club until 2025.
11:30 CEST: Milan wants to tie up Theo
AC Milan hopes to arrange a meeting with Theo Hernández’s agent, Manuel García Quilón, to discuss a new contract for the left-back, says Tuttosport.
11:00 CEST: The future of Cristiano Ronaldo
It remains to be seen if Cristiano Ronaldo will definitely stay at Juventus, but there is talk in Italy that if Kylian Mbappé leaves Paris Saint-Germain and joins Real Madrid, the French club would seek to tempt the Portuguese forward with a move to the Parc. des Princes, with Mauro Icardi in the opposite direction to Turin.
10:30 CEST: Chelsea dreams of Lewandowski
Chelsea have been looking for a striker since winning the Champions League in late May, and the club hopes to attract Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski to Stamford Bridge. There have been rumors that Lewandowski might consider a departure from Bayern this summer, and it appears he has gotten ahead of Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland on Chelsea’s wish list.
10:00 CEST: Hazard does not want to leave Real Madrid
Eden Hazard has had two difficult first seasons at Real Madrid, but the Mirror claims the Belgian does not plan to leave the club and instead hopes to show his worth to the club and new head coach Carlo Ancelotti.
9:30 CEST: Juventus pushes Locatelli
Juventus have been in talks with Sassuolo about midfielder Manuel Locatelli for some time, but La Gazzetta dello Sport points out that the Bianconeri are not willing to exceed the 40 million euros that Arsenal is offering for the Italian international. Now, Juventus plans to make an improved offer, but one that includes add-ons and a percentage of a future sale.