Here are the latest done deals, transfer gist, and rumors from the top clubs in Europe.
Ghanian attacking midfielder Muhammed Kudus has completed a move to Dutch champions Ajax.
Kudus attracted interest from top clubs in Europe after a brilliant season in Denmark with FC Nordsjaelland where he scored 11 times in 25 appearances.
The 19-year-old has been assigned the No.20 jersey after penning a five-year deal worth €9 million.
Also, Ajax defender Kik Pierie has moved to fellow Eredivisie club FC Twente on a season loan deal.
He was signed last summer from Heerenveen but didn't get a chance with the senior team, playing majorly with the reserves.
Arsenal defender Dinos Mavropanos has joined German club VfB Stuttgart on loan for the coming season.
But before leaving, the Greek International signed a contract extension with the Gunners.
This will be his second consecutive loan spell as he had spent half of last season with Nuremberg in the Bundesliga 2.
Nigerian defender Tijani Samson has moved to Austria to join RB Salzburg.
Agreement on the deal had been agreed since February and he just needed to turn 18 to sign the professional contract.
Tijani was the captain of the Golden Eaglets to last year's FIFA u-17 World Cup and scored twice in Nigeria's opening fixture against Hungary which ended 4-2.
Tottenham has offered 19-year-old defender Oliver Skipp a new deal that'll see him remain at the club till 2024.
The young lad made his professional debut in 2018 and has been tipped to progress fully into the senior team.
Nigerian born Wycombe striker Adebayo Akinfewa has penned a new one year deal with his club.
The hefty striker who is nicknamed "the beast" played a vital role as Wycombe Wanderers won the League 1, sealing promotion to the Championship.
Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is said to be in desperate need of Ngolo Kante but Inter are considering his wages.
Kante has a contract that runs till 2023 and us the highest-earning player at the Bridge.
Paul Pogba is close to signing a new five-year deal according to sources.
The Frenchman has been linked with a move to Real Madrid but will now commit his future after a series of good performances since the return of football.
United had agreed terms with 17-year-old Real Madrid left-back Alvaro Fernandez Carreras following the expiration of his contract.
He turned down a contract renewal to join United and will train with the first team.
Despite rumors linking him to other clubs, Greek center back Sokratis Papastathopulos will not be leaving this summer.
The 32-year-old has a contract till the summer of next season and is ready to see it out.
The transfer of Tiago Alcantara has had a massive boost as both player and club have agreed personal terms.
All that remains now is a transfer fee agreement between Bayern and Liverpool.
Bayern is putting him up for £36m while the Reds are offering £22m.
City is close to giving Kevin De Bruyne a new contract at the Etihad.
Although contract talks have not begun, the lifting of the club's ban now means the Belgian can further commit his future with the club.
De Bruyne has had a brilliant season with 11 goals and 18 assists so far.
Valencia winger Ferran Torres is said to have agreed on personal terms for his switch to England.
The Spaniard is keen on joining Pep Guardiola despite having a year left on his contract.
Both clubs will now have to agree on a transfer fee for the move.
President Florentino Perez has ruled out the possibility of big-money signing this summer.
According to him, the coronavirus haaffectedsd the financial capacity of the Spanish champions.
Southampton is willing and ready to make the deal of Tottenham loanee Kyle Walker-Peters a permanent one.
He joined the Saints in January and has impressed immensely.
Southampton is preparing abid around £10m for his full-time services.
English left-back Danny Rose is keen on remaining at Newcastle and wants to make his loan deal permanent.
The 30-year-old has one year left with Spurs and has also received interest from the Italian side, SS Lazio.
Leicester City winger Demerai Gray is another player Tottenham arinteresteded in.
24-year-old Gray is in the final year of his contract and can be lured to North London.
Mauricio Pochettino is being considered as a good replacement for either Antonio Conte if Inter decides to part ways with him.
The Argentine had been without a job since shown the exit door by Spurs earlier in the season.
Birmingham City's Jude Bellingham has completed his medical ahead of a £30m transfer to Borrusia Dortmund.
Bellingham is just 17-years-old and has been touted to be a direct replacement for Jadon Sancho if he moves to Manchester United.
Manchester Unitewasre also interested in him, but he has chosen to go to Germany where his chances are fae better.
Everton has joined the race to sign Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.
The Toffees have reportedly offered a bid of £18m for the 24-year midfielder.
Tottenham Hotspur is also top contenders for his signature.
Edin Dzeko is set to leave AS Roma at the end of the season despite extending for two years last season.
The club has made it clear that they would not be able to pay his huge wages moving forward.
What do you make of the latest transfer gists?
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