Transfer Deadline Day LIVE: Kounde and Saul to Chelsea LATEST, Real Madrid land Camavinga, Adama Traore in Spurs talks

STRAP yourself in – Transfer Deadline Day is here!

It's set to be a frantic day of activity across Europe as clubs scramble to get last minute deals across the line before the window closes this evening.

Don't miss any of the transfer drama with our live blog below…

  • Deadline: 11pm TONIGHT
  • Real Madrid have had an offer accepted for Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga, with the youngster completing a medical in Spain.
  • Tottenham have had a bid accepted for Barcelona star Emerson Royal and are in talks with Adama Traore.
  • It could be a busy day at Chelsea, with the Blues still not giving up hope on Jules Kounde or Saul Niguez,
  • Cristiano Ronaldo is due to sign for Manchester United with only a visa to acquire, personal terms and the fee are wrapped up.
  • Leeds are looking to wrap up the transfer of Daniel James from Manchester United.
  • PSG are waiting to see if Real Madrid come back with another bid for superstar Kylian Mbappe, but the deal looks unlikely.


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    Eduardo Camavinga will be officially announced as a Real Madrid player today, according to Fabrizio Romano.

    The 18-year-old chose a move to Madrid over offers from Manchester United and PSG.

    And according to Romano Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti sees the young midfielder in his immediate plans.

    Reports had suggested the Frenchman could head back to Rennes on loan, but he is expected to be feature from the off at the Bernabeu.

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    Burnley have agreed a fee with Swansea for defender Connor Roberts, according to FootballInsider.

    The fee is reportedly around £2.5million, with the 25-year-old set to undergo a medical for Sean Dyche's side.

    Russell Martin's Swans have been forced to part ways with Roberts who has been at the club since the age of nine, due to his contract expiring next summer.

    Roberts has also been capped 30 times internationally by Wales.

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    West Ham have confirmed the signing of Croatia international attacker Nikola Vlasic.

    The 23-year-old has penned a five-year deal from Russian Premier League club CSKA Moscow, with the Hammers thought to have paid a fee of around £25m.

    A teenage prodigy with Hajduk Split, Vlasic joined Everton in 2017, but struggled for minutes and headed to Moscow, initially on loan, a year later.

    The 2020 Russian Footballer of the Year has been capped 26 times for his country and is West Ham’s third capture of the transfer window following Saturday’s arrival of Kurt Zouma from Chelsea and the summer swoop for Alphonse Areola from Paris Saint-Germain.

    The move for Vlasic could also signal the end of West Ham's pursuit of Jesse Lingard from Manchester United.

    One player leaving the Hammers is young striker Mipo Odubeko who has joined Championship side Huddersfield on loan until the end of the season.

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    Jesse Lingard could be offered a new Manchester United contract, according to Sky Sports.

    The 28-year-old has been linked with a move to West Ham this summer but now seems destined to stay and fight for his place at Old Trafford.

    And Red Devils bosses are reportedly lining up a new deal to reward Lingard for his form at the London Stadium in the second half of last season.

    The midfielder has also been recalled to Gareth Southgate's Three Lions squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

    However he has still only played four minutes of action this campaign – coming off the bench in the 86th minute during the 1-1 draw against Southampton on Matchday Two.

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    Manchester City are 'unlikely' to make a move for a striker before the transfer window slams shut at 11pm, according to Goal's Jonathan Smith.

    That backs up Pep Guardiola's response of "I don't think so" when he was asked on Sunday if any more signings were expected.

    The Cityzens missed out on top target Harry Kane after the 28-year-old ended up staying at Spurs despite being strongly linked with a move to Manchester this summer.

    And after Sergio Aguero left for Barcelona earlier this summer it leaves Gabriel Jesus as Pep Guardiola's only recognised striker.

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    Swansea City are set to benefit from Dan James initial £24million switch to Leeds United.

    The 23-year-old winger signed for the Red Devils for £15million two years ago.

    And according to planetswans the Welsh side will receive a hefty windfall once James' move to Elland Road is officially announce.

    Reports suggest the Championship side could receive up to £1million due to various sell-on clauses they agreed with Manchester United 24 months ago.

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    Leicester are edging closer to an agreement with RB Leipzig to sing winger Ademola Lookman.

    Sky Sports News reports that Leipzig are prepared to lessen their demands for Lookman, and the gap between the two clubs’ valuation is much smaller than it was 24 hours ago. 

    Ex-Everton man Lookman spent last season on loan at Fulham, scoring four goals in 34 appearances as the Cottagers were relegated from the Premier League.

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    Juventus didn't think Cristiano Ronaldo was going to rejoin Manchester United when the transfer window opened earlier this summer.

    According to ESPN, the Turin club believed his likely destinations to be Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, and Chelsea – in that order.

    Manchester City then became an option before Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side made a late swoop to sensationally bring CR7 back to Old Trafford.

    He's expected to be officially unveiled by Manchester United today after completing a medical in Lisbon over the weekend.

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    Manchester City youngster James McAtee has rejected a loan move away from the Etihad.

    According to the Daily Mail the 18-year-old prefers to stay and accept playing time will be limited to Carabao Cup clashes.

    Championship sides Swansea, Blackburn, Derby County and Nottingham Forest.

    League One Sunderland also showed an interest in the young striker.

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    Real Madrid have won the race for 18-year-old Rennes starlet Eduardo Camavinga.

    Los Blancos will pay the Ligue 1 side an initial £26.5million plus add-ons for his services.

    A medical has already been completed and the midfielder will become a Madrid player before tonight's deadline.

    Romano has confirmed that Camavinga, 18, picked Real over Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.

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    Real Madrid have won the race for 18-year-old Rennes starlet Eduardo Camavinga.

    Los Blancos will pay the Ligue 1 side an initial £26.5million plus add-ons for his services.

    A medical has already been completed and the midfielder will become a Madrid player before tonight's deadline.

    Romano has confirmed that Camavinga, 18, picked Real over Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.

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    Arsenal star Hector Bellerin is reportedly set to complete a transfer deadline day move to Real Betis.

    The La Liga club are set to land Bellerin, according to reporter Chris Wheatley.

    And after failing to feature in any of Arsenal's opening three games, it appeared the writing was on the wall.

    Betis are Bellerin's boyhood club and the connection to the LaLiga outfit runs in his family.

    Bellerin has said previously: "My first shirt was Betis because my father was a fan of the Verdiblanco team. It was difficult for me to support another club."

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    Tottenham are hoping to get at least one signing in and one player out before the deadline.

    The Sun’s Paul Jiggins reports that Spurs are trying to seal an improved offer for Barcelona right-back Emerson Royal after having a bid of £17m plus Serge Aurier rejected by the Catalan giants.

    Spurs boss Nuno Espírito Santo would also like his former Wolves winger Adama Traore, but he could be a bit too pricey.

    Ivorian defender Aurier is not the only star the north Londoners are looking to offload.

    They have also told Tanguy Ndombele he is surplus to requirements.

    The midfielder, a record £65m buy from Lyon two years ago, wants to return to France, but as yet there are no takers, and he may have to stay in the stiffs at Spurs.

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    Juventus have revealed that the fee for Cristiano Ronaldo will be paid over the next five years.

    The club revealed in an official statement:"Juventus Football Club S.p.A. announces that an agreement with Manchester United FC Ltd for the definitive disposal of the registration rights of the player Dos Santos Aveiro Cristiano Ronaldo has been reached for a consideration of €15million (£13m) payable in five financial years,

    "Which might be increased, up to a maximum of €8million (£7m), upon achievement of specific performance objectives over the duration of the employment contract with the player,

    “This operation generates a negative economic impact of approximately €14.million on the 2020/2021 financial year due to the partial write-down of the net book value of the player’s registration rights."

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    Everton striker Moise Kean has re-joined former club Juventus.

    The 21-year-old Italy international returns to Juve two years after leaving.

    The forward has penned a two-year loan deal, with the Italian club then having an option to buy in 2023.

    Kean was with Juve from 2016 to 2019 before moving to Goodison Park.

    However, his time with the Toffees proved disappointing. He struggled for regular minutes and spent last term on loan at Paris Saint-Germain.

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    Chelsea legend Didier Drogba told Willian to 'come home' after the Brazilian's Arsenal exit.

    Willian, 33, left Chelsea a year ago to join Arsenal in a three-year, £220,000-a-week deal.

    But following a disastrous debut season in which he scored just once, the winger has given up on around £20million in earnings in order to leave the Emirates.

    Following confirmation of Willian's Gunners exit, former Chelsea team-mate Drogba, 43, wrote on Twitter: "Oh Willyyyyyyyyyyyyyy haaaaaaaannnnnnnnnn Come back home."

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    Following Juve's official announcement of Cristiano Ronaldo's departure this morning, the Old Lady posted a statement thanking the 36-year-old for his services in Turin.

    It reads:"He was the first player in Juventus history to score at least 100 goals in all competitions in his first three seasons with Juventus, and since his arrival in Serie A, he has scored more goals than any other player: 81, at least 10 more than any other.

    "Not only that, with the aforementioned title of top scorer, he also become the first to sit on the throne of the top goalscorers in Serie A, LaLiga and the Premier League.

    "The unforgettable moments experienced together were many. We could recite them and relive them, but it would not help, because everyone has their own special memory linked to CR7.

    "Everyone has a shared emotion that does not need to be dusted off, because everyone will always remember what they felt in walking this stretch of road together."

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    Wolves have reportedly agreed a deal with French side Lille for the loan of midfielder Renato Sanches, according to talkSPORT.

    And the Express report that the move could pave the way for Ruben Neves to join Manchester United.

    In what has already been an historic transfer window for the Red Devils the signing of Portuguese international Neves would surely make it the most successful one in their history.

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    Liverpool are thought to be sizing up a move for Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic.

    Reports in Italy claim that Reds boss Jurgen Klopp wants Brozovic to fill the gap left by Georginio Wijnaldum.

    Ball-winning midfielder Brozovic helped Inter win Serie A last term.

    The Croatian is out of contract next summer and would command a fee of around £6m.

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    Tottenham are willing to listen to offers for full-back Matt Doherty, according to

    The 29-year-old has struggled to nail down a starting spot since signing for the club a year ago.

    And with right-back Emerson Royal close to sealing a switch to North London, game time will be even more limited for the Ireland international.

    Serge Aurier is also reportedly for sale, with Spanish outlet AS reporting that Spurs are in talks with La Liga side Real Betis over a potential transfer.

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    Eddie Nketiah is now expected to stay with Arsenal after a move to Crystal Palace broke down.

    According to The Athletic, the two clubs couldn’t agree on a deal for the striker who has a year left on his contract.

    The Gunners reportedly wanted £20m for the 22-year-old, but Palace were only willing to offer half that.

    The Eagles have now turned their attentions to Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard.

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    Juventus has officially confirmed the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.

    The Turin side have not commented until now on the deal, despite Manchester United announcing an agreement had been reached on Friday.

    But in a statement to Juve's official website, the club said: "Today, after three years together and 133 appearances, 101 goals scored and five trophies won, that chapter has come to an end…. The paths of CR7 and Juventus have gone their separate ways."

    And the statement went on to say: "Today that bond born on July 10, three years ago, has been dissolved, but what has been written will forever remain.

    "It has been an incredible journey."

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    Newcastle are 'expected' to seal a season long loan for Leicester midfielder Hamza Choudhury, according to the Telegraph.

    The 23-year-old has been an unused substitute in all three of the Foxes Premier League outings this term.

    And the Telegraph report that the midfielder has been a target for the Magpies for the last twelve months.

    A deal is set to go through before tonight's 11pm deadline.

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    According to the Express Manchester United have not given up on signing Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have been desperate to add a centre-midfielder to their ranks this transfer window.

    Eudardo Camavinga had been linked with a move to Old Trafford, but he opted to join Real Madrid instead.

    And Saul Niguez has also been touted as a possible target.

    But now the Express report United could lodge a bid for Neves who has also been a target throughout the summer, but Ole Gunnar Solskajer's side face a race to get a deal done before the 11pm deadline.

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    Brazilian right-back Vanderson could join Premier League new boys Brentford today.

    According to Goal Thomas Frank's side are tabling a £13million offer for the20-year-old.

    His current club Gremio are not keen on letting him go though.

    They've already rejected a loan offer from AC Milan for the full-back this summer.

    And according to Globo Esporte Spurs were also told Vanderson was not for sale when they made an approach earlier this month.

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