Barcelona have completed the signing of Colombian Yerry Mina.The Palmeiras centre-back joins in a deal worth £11m.
His release clause has been set at a whopping €100m (£88.5m). Mina will be unveiled by the club later this week.
Zinedine Zidane has signed a contract extension at Real Madrid.
Los Blancos are struggling at present, sitting fourth in the table and 16 ponts behind rivals Barcelona.
But speaking last night after Madrid’s 2-2 draw with Numancia, Zidane admitted he had penned an extension.
“It is already signed. I have until 2020,” he told reporters.
Liverpool are ready to offer Roberto Firmino a new deal at the club.The Reds recently sold fellow countryman Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona.
But according to the Telegraph, Jurgen Klopp wants to tie Firmino down to a long-term deal.
Manchester United are looking to pull off a huge transfer signing in the summer.
According to the Manchester Evening News, Mourinho is convinced the club will land a world superstar in the summer – and one of Bale, Griezmann or Dybala.
At present, Bale appears likeliest. A move may depend on Real Madrid’s pursuit of Chelsea star Eden Hazard.
Everton are set to beat Southampton to the signing of Theo Walcott.
The Arsenal outcast has been heavily linked with his former club.
However, according to the Telegraph, Sam Allardyce’s side are favourites to land the winger for £20m.
Naby Keita could be a Liverpool player in January if the club are prepared to pay RB Leipzig £13m.
The Reds agreed to sign Keita for £50m in the summer but that deal was agreed on the basis that he would remain with the German side for one more year.
German publication Bild are now reporting that Leipzig have softened their stance and a January deal could be agreed. The report states that the Bundesliga outfit would consider allowing the Guinea international to leave early for between £13m and £17.5m.
It’s believed that the club need to generate extra revenue in order escape UEFA’s Financial Fair Play sanctions.
Arsene Wenger is lining up Brazilian winger Malcom to replace Alexis Sanchez at Arsenal.
The Frenchman fears there will be uproar from fans if they allow their talisman to join a Premier League rival without having a replacement lined up.
And according to the Mirror, they’ve targeted Bordeaux star Malcom to fill the void in their attack.
The £45m-rated attacker has also been linked with Manchester United.
Source: daily Star
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