We are in the seventh week of the summer transfer window of the Premier League and there are just five days until the start of the new season.
Earlier today, with Callum Wilson making the move from Championship side Bournemouth, Newcastle United announced their second big signing Fraser.
After six seasons with the Cherries, the England international joined the Magpies where he scored 67 goals in all competitions from 184 appearances.
Let’s look at the top reports of the deals right now.
Top Transfer Updates:
Recently Manchester United has been linked to a possible transfer for left-back Sergio Reguilon from Real Madrid. They are now reported to be interested in signing Porto defender Alex Telles, whose contract will expire next summer. The Brazilian left-back agent is said to have traveled to Manchester to hold talks with the Red Devils.
In recent games of the Nations League, Chelsea’s Ethan Ampadu inspired Wales where he played at the heart of the defence. Now it seems he may be loaned out for the season. Ampadu, who can also play as a holding midfielder, has been fancied to temporarily join Sheffield United (The Sun).
Juan Foyth ‘s future at Tottenham Hotspur was a frequent subject of discussion after struggling in the second half of last season to gain a single minute of league action. Managed by former Arsenal manager Unai Emery, Villarreal is keen to sign him on a permanent basis, but Spurs is only willing to listen to loan offers (AS).
RB Leipzig are close to re-signing Angelino on a season-long loan from Manchester City. The left-back spent with the German side the second half of the previous campaign but opted not to invoke the available £ 25 m buy clause. They could sign him into a conditional contract this time around with the commitment to buy for £18 m (€20 m) (Kicker).
Barcelona is keen to meet Thiago Alcantara, midfielder of Bayern Munich, but they still need to persuade Ronald Koeman, manager. The Dutchman is said to be keen to sign compatriot Georginio Wijnaldum from Liverpool after working on an international level with the midfielder (Tobi Altschäffl by SportBild).