The latest transfer news across Europe will be briefly highlighted in this article. Since the transfer window opened in July 1st, many deals have been completed while some are pending.
Many fans are looking forward to seeing their respective clubs get a good signing ahead of the upcoming season so they can challenge for trophies. Most European clubs are also keen on strengthening their team. This is good news to football fans. The latest transfer news has been compiled in this article. Let's take a look the latest transfer news below;
(Source: Daily Mirror)
2. Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing Demarai Gray. The 24-year-old has entered the final year of his Leicester deal and Spurs are keen to sign players on the cheap due to the financial instability caused by the coronavirus.
(Source: The Times)
3. Manchester City have agreed personal terms with Valencia winger Ferran Torres.
All that remains is for City to reach an agreement with Valencia for the sale of Torres, who has a year remaining on his existing contract.
4. DEAL DONE: Wes Fodringham has joined Sheffield United on a free transfer having left Rangers this summer. Three-year contract.
(Source: Sheffield United)
5. Manchester City have identified the Ajax and Argentina left-back Nicolás Tagliafico as a summer transfer target.
The 27-year-old has hinted he will leave Ajax before the start of next season, fuelling talk of a move to Man City, Arsenal , Barcelona and PSG.
(Source: Sky Sports)
These are the latest transfer news across Europe.
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