Latest transfer news and rumours from 16th September 2020
Barcelona are tight for cash, like many clubs, especially the big teams in Spain. It is for that reason that every rumour that places a player on their agenda, such as Sergiño Dest, implies the sale of a player, and that is almost always Nélson Semedo.
After the renewal of Aubameyang's contract, Arsenal look to close in on 5 new additions to shore up their squad: Diego Carlos, David Raya, Max Aarons, Thomas Partey, and Houssem Aouar.
With so many signings at Chelsea, the European teams want to take advantage of it to sign Callum Hudson-Odoi, the young and promising Chelsea winger.
16:00 Spezia dream of Pato
According to 'SportMediaset', the newly promoted Spezia have reportedly shown interest in signing Alexandre Pato, who is without a team after his spell at Sao Paulo.
Fiorentina confirmed the signing of Borja Valero through an official statement on Wednesday, who returns to the club three years after his exit.
In England, they are opening the door to the exit of Divock Origi from Liverpool. Aston Villa, Fulham, Brighton, and Newcastle are the clubs that want the Belgian forward.
Japan forward Yoshinori Muto has signed a one-year loan deal with Eibar from Newcastle, the La Liga club announced on Wednesday.
Real Madrid is undergoing 'operation exit' and there are still players who could leave the Bernabéu before the market closes. One of them could be Nacho, according to 'La Gazetta dello Sport', who has reportedly been offered to Roma.
Japan forward Daichi Kamada has extended his contract with Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt until June 2023, it was announced Wednesday.
Gareth Bale's agent says the Real Madrid forward is "close" to a move back to Tottenham but admitted it is a complicated deal to thrash out.
Aston Villa announced the signing of Arsenal goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez on Wednesday for a reported fee of £20 million ($26 million).
Inter Milan are working to finalise the deal as soon as possible for Vidal, who is still a Barcelona player. However, 'AS' says that Milan first want to close the sale of Diego Godín to Cagliari.
Sergio Reguilón continues to be one step from the Premier League, but now it is Tottenham the team that is best positioned to secure the services of the Real Madrid full-back. Everything seems to indicate that he will go for 30 million and that Los Blancos will have a buyback option.