Both Atlético Madrid and Bayer Leverkusen have made the agreement reached over defender Santiago Arias official. The Colombian will play this season on loan at the German club.
Arsenal have been interested in the signing of Philippe Coutinho for several weeks. The London side intend to present an offer for the Brazilian in the next few days, but it seems that FC Barcelona, with Ronald Koeman in charge, count on the ex-Liverpool player and will not let him leave.
Neymar played a great game as Santos won 3-0 against Botafogo-SP in the 2013 São Paulo State Championship. The star contributed with a goal and assist, besides a lot of good plays for the fans at Vila Belmiro.
According to a report by 'Tuttosport', Juventus have proposed a swap deal to Barcelona involving Douglas Costa and Ousmane Dembélé. President Josep Maria Bartomeu included the attacker in his list of 'unsellables', although he did the same with Nélson Semedo who recently left for Wolves.
Borussia Dortmund continue to lead the way in the transfer market when it comes to betting on young prospects. The German club have announced the arrival of Jamie Bynoe-Gittens, whose skill on the ball will remind some of another young Borussia signing, Jadon Sancho. He is 16 years old and will soon start training with the youth side.
Alex Telles wants to play at Manchester United and has taken part in the matter so that it is like that. According to 'Telegraph', the left-back has reportedly asked Porto to facilitate as much as possible his transfer to the Red Devils.
The double-signing of Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilón continued Spurs' transfer connection with Real Madrid. Seven players have represented both clubs.
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The economic situation was a factor for Barcelona in their efforts to sign Lautaro Martínez. After the exits of Vidal, Semedo and Luis Suarez, 'Marca' says that Barca will launch one last offensive for the Inter striker, although they are aware that this would prevent them from strengthening in other positions.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has defended the decision to allow fans to attend Thursday's Super Cup match between Bayern Munich and Sevilla in Budapest, despite concerns about the Hungarian capital being a coronavirus hotspot.