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Real Madrid has already put a price on James Rodriguez (regardless of which club wants him). Although it was said that the Spanish team was reluctant to let city rivals acquire their player, according to 'Cadena SER', Madrid would let James Rodriguez set course for the Wanda Metropolitano for 50 million euros.
French football is still in style. Since last year when the French national team won the World Cup, it has not stopped exporting its great talents for more than a few thousand euros.
Tottenham and England right-back Kieran Trippier is close to completing a £20m move Spanish side Atletico Madrid; additionally, according to various sources such as 'AS' and Sky Sports, the player is already in Madrid to pass his medical tests.
Oliver Torres' move to Sevilla means Atletico Madrid will also get a little bit of money. The team from the Spanish capital put a clause in his Porto contract that they would get 15% of the money spent on the player's next move.
Atlético Madrid have decided to go ahead and push for a deal to sign James Rodríguez from arch-rivals Real Madrid, with Napoli also in the hunt for his signature. According to 'ABC', 'Los Colchoneros' are willing to pay up to 60 million Euros for the Colombian.
According to 'ESPN' in Brazil, Flamengo are preparing an offer of just 13 million Euros for Diego Costa - a figure well below the 66M that Atlético Madrid paid to bring him back from Chelsea.
Barcelona were accused of agreeing a deal with Antoine Griezmann in March by Atletico Madrid, but the club are relaxed about such claims.
Joao Felix impressed new team-mate Hector Herrera when the pair squared off against each other in Portugal.
We round up the front and back pages across Europe as Sunday sees the transfer rumour mill crank into gear once again.