Good morning and welcome to The Sportsman's LIVE transfer blog, where we will provide you with regular updates regarding the biggest stories throughout the day. The biggest news in the last 12 hours is that Leeds United have rejected Arsenal's opening bid for winger Raphinha, with the Yorkshire outfit believed to be wanting £60 million. But it was still a good day for the Gunners who announced the signing of Fabio Vieira from Porto yesterday evening.
There is sure to plenty more transfer chaos today as we await to see what the football gods have planned for the carousel that is the transfer market.
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New Rosario Central boss Carlos Tevez says he will take inspiration from Tottenham Hotspur boss Antonio Conte into his new chapter as a manager saying the Italian taught him the most as a player.
Carlos Tevez says he will take inspiration from Antonio Conte after taking up his new role as manager of Rosario 👔
Can he offer much more at this stage of his career?
André Onana will also be announced soon, while Romelu Lukaku will be in Milano next week to undergo medical tests and sign the contract.
Bayern Munich have completed the signing of Senegalese attacker Sadio Mane from Liverpool in a deal worth around £35 million.
Romelu Lukaku’s Chelsea nightmare is set to come to an end as he closes in on a return to Inter Milan on loan.
The club have agreed an €8 million loan fee with add-ons that will see Lukaku spend the 2022-23 season back in Serie A.
Negotiations are still ongoing to find a solution as soon as possible.
Plenty of action in the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.
🎯Felix enjoyed his best campaign for Atlético Madrid in 2021/22, contributing eight goals and four assists in 24 La Liga appearances.
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Plenty of talk but not much action from Manchester United this summer.
The Stoke City forward had a slow season last year as he came back from injury. Could he push on at QPR and become more productive under Michael Beale?
Real Madrid and AC Milan are reportedly monitoring him too.
No idea where he'll end up but it's likely that a move to the Premier League could be around the corner.
He's leaving Liverpool somewhat a cult hero and Liverpool manage to make a profit on the player.
The Black and Yellows look to have found their Erling Haaland replacement.
Schlotterbeck, Sule, Adeyemi, Braaf, Ozcan and now Haller - huge window for BVB.