In this article, we will be taking a look at the latest transfer news across Europe, both done deals and rumours. Though, this year, there has been a pandemic outbreak all over the world which affected sports but that did not prevent the transfer window from being opened. The transfer window serves as a a way of making many teams strengthen up their squad ahead of the upcoming season.
The latest transfer news have been compiled briefly in this article just to serve many football fans with the amazing news currently buzzing. What could be the next move of your respective clubs, I'm sure you all want to know. Stay tuned and read through the latest transfer news across Europe below;
(Source: Fabrizio Romano)
2. DONE DEAL: Ghanaian attacker Kudus Mohammed completes his €9million move to Dutch giants AFC Ajax according to reports
3. Kai Havertz has made a decision over his future, with the German playmaker wanting to sign for Chelsea Football Club.
He has told Bayer Leverkusen that he wants to leave the club at the end of their Europa League campaign.
4. Everton Football Club have submitted an offer to Southampton for midfielder Pierre-Emile Højbjerg for around £14m.
(Source: The Times)
5. Thiago Alcântara wants to leave FC Bayern München and join Liverpool. Jürgen Klopp has approved the signing with the club already agreeing personal terms with the player.
The fee still needs to be agreed with Liverpool willing to pay €25m and Bayern wanting €40m.
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