Live Transfer Updates (July 31)- Tierney boost, Dybala transfer update, Utd move for La Liga defender

Transfer round-up: Moise Kean undergoes medical, Zidane uncertain about South American’s future

Man Utd-target Paulo Dybala is poised for Old Trafford move. (h/t Daily Express).The Juventus ace has reportedly agreed for a swap deal which would see Romelu Lukaku end up in Turin.

The Red Devils have resumed their interest in Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti. The French centre-back is cited as an alternative to Harry Maguire (Source: Mirror)

Moise Kean is reportedly undergoing medical ahead of Everton switch for a reported value of £5million. (h/t Mirror)

Toffees have also secured the signature of Brazilian sensation Reinier, beating fellow Premier League clubs Man City and Liverpool in the transfer race. (h/t Daily Mail)

Kieran Tierney

Arsenal are set to complete the deal of Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney in the coming week. The reports add that the Gunners have restructured their £25million bid for the Scottish full-back. (Source: The Sun)

Liverpool-target Timo Werner is yet to make a decision on his future after refusing a contract renewal with RB Leipzig. (Source: Mirror) The German striker is also wanted by Bayern Munich.

Atletico Madrid are eyeing up a move for Real Betis midfielder Giovani Lo Celso, who is a top-target for Tottenham. (h/t Football London)

The Rojiblancos have also received huge transfer boost in the pursuit of Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez. Zinedine Zidane reveals that he is uncertain whether the Colombian would be at Santiago Bernabeu next season. (h/t Marca)

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