Wednesday 06, June 2018
By Aiden Graw
Latest Transfer News
Diogo Dalot has completed his medical at Manchester United ahead of his proposed move from Porto, according to Sky sources.
The 19-year-old, who is understood to have a €20m (£17.4m) release clause in his contract at the Estadio Dragao, underwent a medical with United on Tuesday.
United have already agreed an undisclosed fee for the full-back, who made his first-team debut for Porto in February.
West Ham have confirmed the signing of right-back Ryan Fredericks from Fulham.
The 25-year-old has signed a four-year contract to become new manager Manuel Pellegrini’s first signing when his present terms with Fulham expire from July 1.
“It’s amazing for this deal to finally happen,” Fredericks told his new club’s official website. “I know we’ve been speaking about it for a while and trying to get things in place and finally, we’ve got it over the line. I’m just buzzing to be here.
Tottenham are set to step up their pursuit of Anthony Martial this week.
The Frenchman has grown frustrated at Manchester United and after missing out on the World Cup, he could well look to move on this summer.
United have already brought in Brazilian midfielder Fred while they are also close to finalising a deal for Porto defender Diogo Dalot.
Across Merseyside, Everton are prepared to sell up to TWELVE players this summer as Marco Silva gets down to work.
New director of football Marcel Brands admits they must offload players with the likes of Wayne Rooney, Morgan Schneiderlin and Ramiro Funes Mori up for grabs.
The toffees have revealed that they wont stand in Rooney’s move to DC United.
Swansea have announced that a deal is in place to make Graham Potter their new manager.
A statement said: “Swansea City can confirm a compensation package has been finalised with Ostersund for the services of Graham Potter.
“The club has also agreed personal terms with Potter along with his assistant Billy Reid and recruitment analyst Kyle Macauley, who are set to join him at the Liberty.”
Potter, 43, was in charge at the Swedish club for seven years, guiding them to three promotions and then into the knockout rounds of the Europa League.
Liverpool have been given a boost in their search for a new keeper.
Dutchman Jasper Cillessen has spent two seasons playing back up to Marc Andre ter Stegen at Barcelona, making just two league appearances during that time, with his only real action coming via the Copa del Rey.
Now 29, the ex-Ajax stopper has spoken of wanting to move on and become a No.1 somewhere else this summer – with Liverpool linked.
Barcelona have said they don’t want to sell him – but he does have a release clause of €60million.
Arsenal have joined North London rivals Tottenham, Liverpool, West Ham and Bournemouth in tracking PSV Eindhoven wonderkid Steven Bergwijn.
Talented teenager Bergwijn is attracting Premier League attention after becoming a regular in PSV’s first team since last season.
The pacy, two-footed wide-man can play on both flanks and is viewed as one of Holland’s brightest young prospects.
According to claims from Dutch news outlet De Telegraaf , the tricky wide man has emerged as a target for Unai Emery’s men as they look to bolster their attacking options.
Joey Barton has been unveiled by Fleetwood today.
Inter set to move for Daley Blind
Daley Blind is a transfer target for Inter Milan.
La Gazzetta dello Sport suggest the Dutch international would be open to a move this summer and the prospect of Champions League football is expected to entice him.
Inter manager Luciano Spalletti is reportedly a big fan of Blind and will send scouts to watch him play for the Netherlands when they face Italy on Monday
Umtiti on renewing at Barca
United hopes for signing Umutiti have fallen down after the French defender penned a contract extention with the Catalans.
“I’m very happy and proud to be able to renew with Barcelona. My dream was to be with the best. Since the first day, I’ve felt at home at the club and I want to stay here,” Umtiti told a press conference.
Griezmann ‘tells relatives he’s staying put’
Will he go? Won’t he go?
Antoine Griezmann’s future has been the source of much speculation with regards a potential switch to Barcelona for the French ace.
Los Cules were said to be ready to pay his €100million release clause to take him from Atletico Madrid.
However, talk has cooled somewhat recently, notably since Griezmann’s Europa League final double.
Now, according to ABC newspaper in Spain, he has told relatives he STAYS at Atletico this summer.
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