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Transfer market live: Thursday 22 June 2017
Here's more on the Canarias7 report that Las Palmas have ruled out seeking to extend Jesé Rodríguez's stay at the Estadio Gran Canaria, after the Paris Saint-Germain winger's disappointing loan spell at the club last term.
Éver Banega "is keen on the idea of returning to Sevilla," says the club's president, José Castro. The Inter Milan midfielder is being linked with a nine-million-euro switch back to the Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán, where he spent two seasons between 2014 and 2016.
Elsewhere in Liverpool, Everton are expected to imminently announce the signing of Spanish forward Sandro for 6 million euros in what has to be the shrewdest bit of business we have seen in a long time. Like signing Mikel Arteta, only better.
Football Italia report that AS Roma player Kostas Manolas is off to Russia with the Greek defender expected to sign for Zenit.
Mohamed Salah is reported to have arrived at Melwood and is limbering up for his medical before completing his move from Roma to Liverpool.
Juventus are looking to cover the void left by Man City-bound Dani Alves and feel that Real Madrid's Danilo fits the bill to perfection.
Former Sporting Gijon boss Rubi in pole position to take over as head coach at SD Huesca.
Gabonese player Levy Madinda leaves Celta Vigo to sign for Greek outfit Asteras Trípolis on a three year deal.
Januzaj on the move to LaLiga with Real Sociedad reported to be one of the interested suitors for the 22 year old.
Russia the possible next destination for Munir? Read about his possible move to St Petersburg here.
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