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Transfer Live Updates – Fulham closing in on Mitrovic, Everton keen on Januzaj & more

Transfer Live Updates – Fulham closing on Mitrovic, Everton keen on Januzaj & More

Manchester United fullback Matteo Darmian is closing in on a move to Juventus after three years at Old Trafford. (Source: Football Italia)

Matteo Darmian

Liverpool and AS Roma have accepted a deal worth £66.8m for Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson. The player will cut short his holiday to fly to Melwood for medical. (Source: The Kop Times)

Fulham are closing on a deal to sign Newcastle United striker Alexandr Mitrovic, the Serbian is expected to cost around £20m for the Cottagers. (Source: London Evening Standard)

New Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is planning to offload some of the players bought by Antonio Conte. The Italian is reportedly keen to sell Tiemoue Bakayoko year after his arrival from Monaco. (Source: A Stamford Bridge Too Far)

Tiemoue Bakayoko

Everton are lining up a bid to sign Belgian winger Adnan Januzaj from Spanish club Real Sociedad. (Source: Het Nieuwsblad, via Sun)

Manchester United have emerged as favourites to sign centre-back Gary Cahill from Chelsea. The 32-year-old could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge after new manager Sarri is seeking to get a new defender. (Source: We All Follow United)

Burnley have reportedly held talks with Swansea City, over a possible double deal for defender Alfie Mawson and midfielder Sam Clucas. (Source: Mail)

Danny Rose has emerged as a key target for French giants Paris Saint-Germain after the left-back is set to be down in the pecking order at Spurs. (Source: To The Lane and Back)

Danny Rose

Huddersfield Town are close to agreeing deals for Monaco striker Adama Diakhaby and Club Brugge’s winger Anthony Limbombe. (Source: Sun)

Tottenham Hotspur are in talks with Aston Villa to possibly sign midfielder Jack Grealish who is valued around £30-40m. (Source: Sky Sports)

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