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Wednesday Transfer News Premier League LIVE: Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool Updates Plus More

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lionel messi in courtWho is spalshing the cash today after a super active Tuesday? Jose Mourinho officially takes charge of Man Utd, with a press conference held on Tuesday. The Paul Pogba saga continues with Old Trafford. Not to miss, Premier League giants Liverpool are keen on roping in the services of German defender Jonas Hector this summer, despite interests from League rivals Tottenham Hotspur.

A recap of yesterday’s hot topics:

Wednesday Transfer News LIVE:

Well this will be a shocker! Middlesbrough are exploring a deal for Robin van Persie. Van Persie, 32, spent last season at Fenerbahce after leaving Manchester United with the Turkish club willing to consider offers for the striker.
Robin van Persie

It’s OFFICIAL! Swansea have signed Van der Hoorn from Ajax for an undisclosed fee after agreeing terms on a three-year contract!

The 23-year-old defender has become the second Dutch arrival at the Liberty Stadium in as many days after Leroy Fer, signing a three-year deal at the south Wales club.

Is Victor Valdes On his way to newly promoted English Premier League club Middlesbrough? Well, indications are such and the former Barcelona and Manchester United goalkeeper has added fuel to fire by recently following Middlesbrough on Twitter.victor valdes
According to Sky Sports’ Spanish football expert Guillem Balague, there are 3 clubs interested in signing Valdes, who spent last season on loan at Standard Liege and is now a free agent after being released from his contract at Old Trafford earlier this summer.

Barcelona and Lyon reach €30m agreement for Samuel Umtiti. According to L’Equipe, the French defender will arrive at the Nou Camp on a five-year contract, after Barcelona paid €10m more than the club wanted to pay for the 22-year old.umtiti to barcelona
And Juventus seems to be hogging all the headlines today. But this time they are losing a striker.
Real Madrid have officially activated a buy-back clause to re-sign their former striker Alvaro Morata from the Serie A champions have announced.
The 23-year-old Spanish hitman scored 27 goals in 93 appearances for the Bianconeri along with two Serie A titles and two Coppa Italia victories.
“All associated with Juventus Football Club would like to wish Alvaro the very best of luck wherever his future may take him and thank him for two truly excellent years of service to the team,” said a statement on Juventus’ official website.

The Italian Serie A champions are in talks with Chelsea over a permanent deal for Juan Cuadrado, who was on loan at Juventus last season.
Sources say that the Columbian international wants to stay put in Turin and Juventus have offered Chelsea £1.7m for the first year on loan plus around £19m at the end of the season to make the move permanent.juan cuardado  According to Sky Sports, Italian giants Juventus have rejected a bid of £38m from Manchester City for Italy centre-back Leonardo Bonucci.

Leonardo Bonucci

West Brom gets £5.5million man Matt Phillips from QPR.

The winger has agreed a four-year contract at The Hawthorns and will join his new team-mates for their pre-season fitness camp in Austria.

Baggies manager Tony Pulis said: ‘We’re really pleased to have Matty on board. This is a great chance for him to show everyone he belongs in the top-flight of English football.’

Barcelona gets another Suarez! Denis Suarez is now officially an FC Barcelona player

Just after signing Dutch midfielder Leroy fer, Swansea City have made their second signing in as many days by sealing the deal for Ajax defender Mike van der Hoorn. 23-year-old Hoorn moves to the Liberty Stadium for an undisclosed fee on a three-year contract.

West Bromwich Albion has completed their first signing of the summer transfer window as 25-year-old Scottish international Matt Phillips have moved to The Hawthorns from Queens Park Rangers.
Phillips completed the deal in time to join his new team-mates for Albion’s pre-season fitness camp in Austria.
“We’re really pleased to have Matty on board. This is a great chance for him to show everyone he belongs in the top-flight of English football,” says West Brom coach Tony Pulis

Will Liverpool make another big signing? According to Croatian website tportal.hr, Liverpool are keen to have Coric on board before departing for a pre-season tour of the United States later this month. As such, the club is said to have made a firm €15m bid, meeting Dinamo’s asking price.

GNK Dinamo - HNK Hajduk

Liverpool could soon have their fourth major signing of the summer if a report from Croatia regarding an alleged ‘concrete proposal’ from the Reds for rising Dinamo Zagreb star Ante Coric is to be believed.

It’s out in the open! John Stones has told Everton that he wants to join Guardiola and Manchester City.


Everton want £50million for the England international which would make him Britain’s most-expensive defender.

Manchester United continue with their chase for the £50m rated Wolfsburg and Germany star Julian Draxler, despite strong suggestions that a central midfielder is the only player left for Jose Mourinho to sign, while Arsenal and Liverpool have also now been named as interested.

Julian Draxler

Draxler was first linked with a move to United last month as a potential contingency plan if the Old Trafford club were unable to complete a deal for Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

The Daily Express cites a French source to claim, somewhat optimistically, that all three Premier League clubs are keen on the 22-year-old. Reigning Italian champions Juventus have been thrown into the mix as well, but Wolfsburg are determined not to sell.

Tottenham have targeted  Georginio Wijnaldum as they look to bolster their attacking options but Newcastle United want £25million.Georginio Wijnaldum

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