Bruno Fernandes seeks Manchester United move

Manchester United could do business with Jorge Mendes yet again with the Portuguese agent in town to get a deal for Bruno Fernandes over the line.

Newsmen understand that while United are interested in Fernandes, he is not a priority target and other options are higher on their wish list.

However, with time dwindling to do deals, Mendes is hoping to convince Ed Woodward to splash the cash on free-scoring Sporting Lisbon ace Mendes.

Portuguese newspaper Correio da Manha reckon Mendes and Fernandes’ personal agent Miguel Pinho are attempting to sort out an agreement.

Everton eye Manchester United defender

Everton have switched their attentions from Chris Smalling to Marcos Rojo as they attempt to sign a defender from Manchester United.

Marco Silva has not been shy about discussing the Toffees’ need to add a new centre-back to their squad this summer.

And, after missing out on Chelsea’s Kurt Zouma, they faced further disappointment when United knocked back an offer for Smalling.

The Daily Mail have, though, claimed Everton are asking about taking Rojo, who Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to let go of.

Manchester United gets back-up plan

Manchester United have a back-up plan in mind if they fail to get a deal for Mario Mandzukic over the line.
Report claims that the Red Devils have lined up Fernando Llorente as an alternative to the Croatian.

Llorente is available on a free transfer having left Tottenham at the end of last season.

And he might fancy another crack at the Premier League having previously plied his trade with Swansea and Spurs.

Manchester United push for one last target

One last target for Manchester United.

Manchester United may have seen a deal for Christian Eriksen fall apart but they might still add Sean Longstaff to their squad.

The Daily Star reckon the Newcastle midfielder is the last player on United’s hit list as the 5pm deadline approaches.

Ed Woodward is likely to have to spend big in order to snap up the Magpies academy product, though, with St James’ Park chiefs reluctant to sell.

Longstaff is seen by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as another potential element of the British core he wants to build his squad around.

Dembele makes decision on future

French international, Moussa Dembele looks set to snub Manchester United if they come calling for him to replace want-away Romelu Lukaku.

According to Sky Sports reports, Dembele is seen as an option for the Red Devils if Lukaku leave the Old Trafford.

Its been confirmed that Lyon hitman is happy to stay at his present club and not ready to leave the club.

“The most important thing is that we won. I want to be an undisputed starter this season.

“I’m going to have perform well consistently. I want to have a great season with Lyon,” Dembele said.

Manchester United line up De Dea replacement

Manchester United see young goalkeeper, Dean Henderson as the man who could eventually fill David de Gea’s gloves.

When asked if he had spoken to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer before his loan return to Sheffield United, he said:

“He’s just told me to keep progressing and doing what you’re doing, and there’s no reason why you can’t make a breakthrough one day,” Henderson responded to reporter.

“I can only focus on myself and not look at any external things that are going on around me. At the end of the day, I can only affect what happens in my career.

“I’m just going to keep working hard – day in, day out – to be the best version of myself and be the best goalkeeper I can be.” 

Jeventus plot Dybala, Lukaku swap deal

Juventus are preparing an offer for Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku.

According to Sky Sports Juventus will include Tottenham target, Paulo Dybala as part of the deal.

That would be a bitter blow to both Inter Milan and Spurs, with Inter having long been keen to sign Lukaku with Antonio Conte a huge fan of the Belgian.

Tottenham Hotspurs meanwhile are reportedly set to make a bid for Dybala as they seek an ambitious club-record deal for the Argentine.

But with Lukaku wanting out and Dybala apparently on United’s radar, the two teams could end up doing a big-name swap deal.

UPDATED: 2019 Premier League DONE DEAL (Summer transfer window)

It’s no more news that the Premier League is fast approaching and all participants are busy in the transfer market.

We have seen some done big money deal and some yet to be confirmed.

Before shutting the transfer market on Thursday, August 8, more major deals are expected to happen.

The transfer of players from another national association could take place once the FIFA Transfer Matching System (TMS) opened on 11 June.

Below is a complete and detailed list of all the transfers that have been confirmed so far…


Nicolas Pepe – Lille, (£72m)
William Saliba – Saint-Etienne, (£27m)
Dani Ceballos – Real Madrid, (loan)
Gabriel Martinelli – Ituano Futebol Clube, (undisclosed)

Ben Sheaf – Doncaster, (loan)
Aaron Ramsey – Juventus, (free)
Petr Cech – (retired)
Danny Welbeck – (released)
Stephan Lichtsteiner – (released)
Cohen Bramall – (released)
Charlie Gilmour – (released)
Julio Pleguezuelo – (released)
Jordi Osei-Tutu – VfL Bochum, (loan)
Daniel Ballard – Swindon, (loan)
David Ospina – Napoli, (£5m)


Tom Heaton – Burnley, (£8m)
Ezri Konsa – Brentford, (£12m)
Tyrone Mings – Bournemouth, (£20m)
Kortney Hause – Wolves, (£3m)
Wesley – Club Brugge, (undisclosed)
Anwar El Ghazi – Lille, (£7.5m)
Jota – Birmingham, (undisclosed)
Matt Targett – Southampton, (undisclosed)
Mahmoud Trezeguet – Kasimpasa, (£8m)

Corey Blackett-Taylor – Tranmere, (free)
Harry McKirdy – Carlisle, (free)
Tommy Elphick – Huddersfield, (free)
Gary Gardner – Birmingham, (undisclosed)
Ross McCormack – (released)
Albert Adomah – Nottingham Forest, (free)
Mark Bunn – (released)
Ritchie De Laet – (released)
Alan Hutton – (released)
Mile Jedinak – (released)
Micah Richards – (released)
Glenn Whelan – (released)
Matija Sarkic – Livingston, (loan)


Jack Stacey – Luton Town, (£4m)
Lloyd Kelly – Bristol City, (undisclosed)
Philip Billing – Huddersfield, (undisclosed)

Lys Mousset – Sheffield United, (£10m)
Marc Pugh – (released)
Mikael Ndjoli – Gillingham, (loan)
Emerson Hyndman – Atlanta United, (loan)
Tyrone Mings – Aston Villa, (£20m)
Connor Mahoney – Millwall, (undisclosed)


Leandro Trossard – Genk, (undisclosed)
Matt Clarke – Portsmouth, (undisclosed)

Anthony Knockaert – Fulham, (loan)
Bruno – (retired)
David Ajiboye – (released)
Jonah Ayunga – (released)
Tyler Forbes – (released)
Dessie Hutchinson – (released)
Reece Meekums – (released)
Rian O’Sullivan – (released)
Will Collar – Hamilton Academical, (loan)
Alexis Mac Allister – Boca Juniors, (loan)
Ben White – Leeds United, (loan)


Erik Pieters – Stoke, (undisclosed)
Joel Senior – Curzon Ashton, (undisclosed)

Tom Heaton – Aston Villa (£8m)
Stephen Ward – Stoke, (free)
Anders Lindegaard – (released)
Jon Walters – (retired)
Peter Crouch – (released)
Mark Howarth – (released)


Mateo Kovacic – Real Madrid, (£40m)
Christian Pulisic – Borussia Dortmund, (arrived from loan)

Eden Hazard – Real Madrid, (£89m)
Ethan Ampadu – RB Leipzig, (loan)
Kylian Hazard – Cercle Brugge, (undisclosed)
Marcin Bulka – Paris St-Germain, (free)
Tomas Kalas – Bristol City, (undisclosed)
Fankaty Dabo – Coventry, (free)
Luke McCormick – Shrewsbury, (loan)
Brad Collins – Barnsley, (free)
Jay Dasilva – Bristol City, (£2.1m)
Victorian Angban – Metz, (£5.4m)
Ola Aina – Torino, (undisclosed)
Gary Cahill – (released)
Rob Green – (retired)
Todd Kane – (released)
Eduardo – (released)
Kyle Scott – (released
Joseph Colley – (released)
Ruben Sammut – Sunderland, (free)
Marcin Bulka – Paris Saint-German, (free)
Nathan Baxter – Ross County, (loan)
Richard Nartey – Burton, (loan)
Victor Moses – Fenerbahce, (loan)
Alvaro Morata – Atletico Madrid, (loan)
Mario Pasalic – Atalanta, (loan)
Charly Musonda – Vitesse, (loan)
Nathan – Atletico Mineira, (loan)


Jordan Ayew – Swansea City, (€3m)
Stephen Henderson – Nottingham Forest, (free)

Julian Speroni – (released)
Jason Puncheon – (released)
Bakary Sako – (released)
Ollie O’Dwyer – Aldershot, (free)
Joseph Hungbo – (released)
Tyler Brown – (released)
Levi Lumeka – Varzim, (undisclosed)
Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Manchester United, (undisclosed)


Fabian Delph – Man City, (£10m)
Andre Gomes – Barcelona, (£22m)
Jonas Lossl – Huddersfield, (free)

Idrissa Gueye – PSG, (€30m)
Ademola Lookman – RB Leipzig, (£22.5m)
Josh Bowler – Hull, (loan)
Antonee Robinson – Wigan, (undisclosed)
Korede Adedoyin – Hamilton, (loan)
Kieran Dowell – Derby, (loan)
Joao Virginia – Reading, (loan)
Luke Garbutt – Ipswich, (loan)
Brendan Galloway – Luton, (free)
Phil Jagielka – Sheffield United, (free)
Ashley Williams – (released)
Harry Charsley – (released)
Boris Mathis – (released)
Mateusz Hewelt – (released)
Shayne Lavery – (released)
Jack Kiersey – Walsall, (free)
Danny Bramall – (released)
Joe Hilton – (released)
Chris Renshaw – (released)
Jonjoe Kenny – Schalke, (loan)
Nikola Vlasic – CSKA Moscow, (undisclosed)


Youri Tielemans – Monaco, (£40m)
Ayoze Perez – Newcastle, (£30m)
James Justin – Luton Town, (undisclosed)

Lamine Kaba Sherif – Accrington, (free)
Danny Simpson – (released)
Shinji Okazaki – (released)
Daniel Iversen – Rotherham, (loan)


Sepp van den Berg – PEC Zwolle, (£1.3m)

Kamil Grabara – Huddersfield, (loan)
Sheyi Ojo – Rangers, (loan)
Alberto Moreno – Villarreal, (free)
Daniel Sturridge – (released)
Adam Bogdan – (released)
Connor Randall – (released)
Rafael Camacho – Sporting CP, (£5m)
Marko Grujic – Hertha BSC, (loan)
Conor Masterson – QPR, (free)
Danny Ings – Southampton, (£20m)


Rodri – Atletico Madrid, (£68.2m)

Fabian Delph – Everton, (£10m)
Tosin Adarabioyo – Blackburn, (loan)
Arijanet Muric – Nottingham Forest, (loan)
Vincent Kompany – Anderlecht, (free)
Patrick Roberts – Norwich, (loan)
Tom Dele-Bashiru – (released)
Aaron Nemane – (released)
Jack Harrison – Leeds United, (loan)
Matt Smith – QPR, (loan)


Daniel James – Swansea, (£15m)
Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Crystal Palace, (£50m)

Ander Herrera – Paris St-Germain, (free)
Antonio Valencia – LDU Quito, (free)
Matthew Olosunde – Rotherham, (free)
Regan Poole – MK Dons, (free)
James Wilson – Aberdeen, (free)
Matty Willock – Gillingham, (free)
Kieran O’Hara – Burton, (loan)
Joshua Bohui – NAC Breda, (free)


Joelinton – Hoffenheim, (£40m)

Ayoze Perez – Leicester, (£30m)
Mohamed Diame – (released)
Cal Roberts – (released)
Josef Yarney – (released)
Tyrique Bartlett – (released)
Dan Barlaser – Rotherham, (loan)


Sam Byram – West Ham, (undisclosed)
Josip Drmic – Borussia Monchengladbach, (free)
Patrick Roberts – Manchester City, (loan)
Daniel Adshead – Rochdale, (undisclosed)
Archie Mair – Aberdeen, (undisclosed)
Rob Nizet – Anderlecht, (undisclosed)
Ralf Fahrmann – FC Schalke 04, (loan)
Aidan Fitzpatrick – Partick Thistle, (£350,000)

Carlton Morris – Rotherham United, (loan)
Mason Bloomfield – Crawley Town, (loan)
Ivo Pinto – Dinamo Zagreb, (free)
Ciaren Jones – Eastbourne Borough, (loan)
Josh Coley – Dunfermline Athletic, (loan)
Marcel Franke – Hannover 96, (undisclosed)
Sean Raggett – Portsmouth, (loan)


Lys Mousset – Bournemouth, (£10m)
Phil Jagielka – Everton, (free)
Luke Freeman – QPR, (undisclosed)
Callum Robinson – Sheffield United, (undisclosed)

Tyler Smith – Bristol Rovers, (loan)
Jake Eastwood – Scunthorpe, (loan)
Paul Coutts – (released)
Martin Crainie – (released)
Conor Washington – (released)
Daniel Lafferty – (released)
Caolan Lavery – (released)


Moussa Djenepo – Standard Liege, (£14m)
Che Adams – Birmingham City, (undisclosed)
Danny Ings – Liverpool, (£20m)

Sam Gallagher – Blackburn, (undisclosed)
Jack Rose – Walsall, (loan)
Steven Davis – Rangers, (free)
Matt Targett – Aston Villa, (undisclosed)


Jack Clarke – Leeds, (£10m)
Kion Etete – Notts County, (undisclosed)

Kieran Trippier – Atletico Madrid, (£20m)
Jack Clarke – Leeds, (loan)
Connor Ogilvie – Gillingham, (undisclosed)
Michel Vorm – (released)
Dylan Duncan – (released)
Charlie Freeman – (released)
Tom Glover – (released)
Jamie Reynolds – (released)
Luke Amos – Queens Park Rangers, (loan)


Bayli Spencer-Adams – (free)
Craig Dawson – West Brom, (undisclosed)
Tom Dele-Bashiru – Manchester City, (free)

Michael Folivi – Wimbledon, (loan)
Tommie Hoban – (released)
Miguel Britos – (released)
Obbi Oulare – Standard Liege, (undisclosed)
Ashley Charles – (released)
Andrew Eleftheriou – (released)
Sam Howes – (released)
Tom Leighton – (released)
Joy Mukena – (released)
Michael Mullings – (released)
Kai Sanders – (released)
Sam Sesay – (released)
Ryan Suckling – (released)
Ben Tricker – (released)
Jerome Sinclair – VVV-Venlo, (loan)


Sebastien Haller – Eintracht Frankfurt, (£45m)
Pablo Fornals – Villarreal, (£24m)
Roberto – Espanyol, (free)
David Martin – Millwall, (undisclosed)

Sam Byram – Norwich, (undisclosed)
Marko Arnautovic – Shanghai SIPG, (£23m)
Edimilson Fernandes – FSV Mainz, (undisclosed)
Nathan Trott – AFC Wimbledon, (loan)
Josh Pask – Coventry, (free)
Adrian – (released)
Andy Carroll – (released)
Samir Nasri – Anderlecht, (free)
Toni Martinez – (released)
Moses Makasi – (released)
Noha Sylvestre – (released)
Vashon Neufville – (released)
Lucas Perez – Alaves, (undisclosed)


Patrick Cutrone – AC Milan, (£16m)
Raul Jimenez – Benfica, (undisclosed)
Hong – Yeovil Town, (undisclosed)
Raphael Nya – PSG, (undisclosed)
Leander Dendoncker – Anderlecht, (undisclosed)
Jesus Vallejo – Real Madrid, (loan)

Ivan Cavaleiro – Fulham, (loan)
Sherwin Seedorf – Motherwell, (free)
Helder Costa – Leeds, (loan)
Ryan Giles – Shrewsbury, (loan)
Joe Mason – MK Dons, (free)
Ethan Ebanks-Landell – Shrewsbury Town, (undisclosed)
Kevin Berkoe – Oxford, (free)
Michal Zyro – (released)
Carlos Heredia – (released)
Ben Goodliffe – (released)
Aaron Hayden – (released)
Diego Lattie – (released)
Enzo Sauvage – (released)
Christian Herc – Viktoria Plzen, (loan)
Kortney Hause – Aston Villa, (undisclosed)

De Gea

De Gea becomes World’s highest paid goalkeeper

Spain goalkeeper, David De Gea finally becomes the World’s highest paid goalkeeper after signing new contract with club.

De Gea’s new deal with Manchester United will run until 2025, leaving him with £110m over six years.

The Spanish will sign the £375,000 weekly deal when the club return from their pre-season tour.

De Gea, 28, joined the Red Devils from Atletico Madrid in 2011.

He also won a Premier League title, an FA Cup, a League Cup and three Community Shields domestically, to go with a Europa League title in 2016/2017.