Once again in the summer transfer market, clubs around Europe are cranking up their efforts to find those perceived missing pieces of their footballing jigsaw puzzles. Join AS English for live transfer news throughout the day as we keep you up to date on all the movements happening in European leagues and beyond. Rumours, talks, expected deals, completed signings, contract extensions - it'll all be covered right here.
Transfer market live: Monday 24 July 2017
Sevilla and Jesús Navas are moving closer agreeing a deal for the former-City winger to return to he club. Both parties want to complete the deal by Friday, when Sevilla travel to England to take part in the Emirates Cup. Read the full story.
Lucas Pérez appears to be moving closer to a return to Deportivo La Coruña. The striker feels 'cheated' by Arsenal, and is particularly irritated by his club's decision to hand Alexandre Lacazette the '9' shirt without consulting him. Read the full story.
It appears that Pablo Fornals is on the verge of joining Villarreal from Málaga. The midfielder has left the Anchovies' training camp in Holland with the Submarine apparently ready to pay his 12 million euro clause. If the deal is confirmed Fornals will be the third high-profile departure from La Rosaleda following Ignacio Camacho's move to Wolfsburg and Sandro's switch to Everton.
It looks as though Levante will be forced into the market for a new striker after last season's top scorer, Roger Martí, was ruled out for six months with an ACL tear picked up in a pre-season friendly.
According to the BBC, Manchester City have tied up the signing of Monaco and France full back Benjamin Mendy for a fee of around 58 million euros.
Making your mind up can be hard. Antonio Cassano retired, unretired and has now termintated his contract with Hellas Verona all in just five days.
We should probably point out that a certain Virgil van Dijk was not included in that 25-man squad for the Saints. But that could mean absolutely nothing.
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