We review the most recent news related to the movements of footballers with less than a week left to finish the summer window.
The protagonists are the following:
The Uruguayan midfielder and the Merengue team have agreed to extend their bond until summer 2027, thus becoming the Real Madrid footballer with a more long-term bond, surpassing David Alaba and Thibaut Courtois (2026).
The London club is interested in having this campaign loans to the Spanish midfielder, paying the purchase option (to be determined) to Atlético de Madrid at the end of it. According to Fabrizio Romano, the negotiations are well under way.
The Scottish left-back and those of Anfield have extended their relationship until summer 2026. In this way, he will end his contract at the same time as Fabio Tavares “Fabinho”, Caoimhin Kelleher, Ibrahima Konaté and Harvey Elliott. Only Alisson Becker has a more long-term link (2027).
The team neroazzurri will incorporate the Argentine playmaker from SS Lazio as a loan and purchase obligation (30M) to be paid at the end of the season, according to Fabrizio Romano.
The team bianconeri He claims this amount for the Portuguese after Jorge Mendes, the footballer’s representative, has contacted Manchester City to get his services. According to Fabrizio Romano, the English do not want to pay for the transfer by assuming a high salary option.
The Danish midfielder from Borussia Dortmund is already in the Andalusian city to sign for the Seville team. The deal will be closed for 6M and will include variables, according to German media Ruhr Nachrichten.
The Hispanics will stay with Diego Carlos, Karim Rekik and Joris Gnagnon if Jules Koundé ends up leaving, which is likely to look for an effective to reinforce the axis of the rear, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Precisely the Frenchman continues to arouse the interest of a Chelsea that wants to revalidate the title in the Champions League and fight for the Premier League. Figures are not discussed, but Fabrizio Romano assures that there will soon be a formal offer on the table from London.
To try to go for the aforementioned, those of Stamford Bridge must first sell to their compatriot. According to Fabrizio Romano, the deal with West Ham is about to be closed for 30 million.
The French attacker is clear that he wants to go to Real Madrid, according to Fabrizio Romano. What’s more, L’Équipe informs that the Parc des Princes have rejected the meringue offer (165M) and that they would begin to negotiate for 200, given that they have to give 35 to AS Monaco in case of renewal or transfer.