Done deal: Bournemouth sign Hamed Traore permanently from Sassuolo
Bournemouth have confirmed the permanent signing of Ivorian midfielder Hamed Traore from Serie A side Sassuolo. The 23-year-old initially joined the Premier League side on loan during the January transfer window. Traore has made seven appearances in the Premier League for the Cherries since signing on loan, impressing with his technical ability.
Pochettino to axe 7 Chelsea stars
Incoming Chelsea boss Mauricio Pochettino is reportedly set to sell seven Blues players in order to raise over £100million this summer. Following a fire sale from Todd Boehly and co that has seen over £600m spent in the previous two windows, the bloated squad at Stamford Bridge is expected to be significantly trimmed. Mason Mount could headline the outgoing players as he has been linked with moves to Liverpool and Arsenal, though seven of his team-mates could follow him out of the door.
Felix shuts down Newcastle transfer
Chelsea loanee Joao Felix has responded to rumours linking him with Newcastle on social media. The Blues do not have an option to buy Felix from Atletico Madrid in his loan deal, as reports recently claimed that he was interested in returning to the Premier League - but also wants to play Champions League football. Newcastle had been suggested as a potential landing spot, but Felix commented on an Instagram rumour by saying: "Just a bunch of know-it-alls!"
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