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.
Napoli aim to add Osimhen release clause
Napoli have pencilled in talks with striker Victor Osimhen and his representatives in an effort to add a release clause into a new contract. The Nigerian, 24, fired Napoli to their first Serie A title since the days of Diego Maradona this season, and has been linked with a big-money move to the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea. Osimhen is currently said to be valued at around €120million (£104m) but a new deal with a release clause could change that. Tuttomercatoweb say that talks will begin in early June.
Chelsea join race for Emiliano Martinez
Chelsea are keen to sign Aston Villa goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez this summer, according to Football Insider. Manchester United are also monitoring his situation at the situation as they seek a long-term replacement of David De Gea. However, Chelsea are also considering David Raya and Andre Onana in case they miss out on the Argentine shot-stopper.
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