FOOTBALL TRANSFER REPORTS THIS JULY

ARSENAL:

Alexandre Lacazette has completed his Arsenal medical. Paperwork being done, announcement expected to follow. (Source: @JimWhite)
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Arsenal are planning a £70m double move for Sporting Lisbon midfielders William Carvalho and Gelson Martins.
(Source: A Bola)
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MALAGA:
DEAL DONE: Club-record signing Borja Baston has left Swansea for La Liga side Malaga on a season-long loan.

(Source: @SwansOfficial)
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BESIKTAS:
DEAL DONE: Pepe has completed him move to Beşiktaş from Real Madrid. He rejected the chance to play for PSG.

(Source: @Besiktas)
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LIVERPOOL:

Dominic Solanke's move to Liverpool is set to be officially confirmed by the club. (Source: Various)
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HUDDERSFIELD:

DEAL DONE: Huddersfield have completed the free transfer of Danny Williams on a two-year deal. (Source: @htafcdotcom)
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LEICESTER:
Leicester City would let Kasper Schmeichel exit for Manchester United if they can sign Croatia keeper Lovre Kalinić.
 (Source: Sun Sportt)
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CHELSEA:

Antonio Rüdiger is on the verge of signing for Chelsea. Fee believed to be around £35-40m. (Source: KICKER)
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BARCA:

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti will commit a 'light rebellion' in a bid to seal a transfer to Barcelona. (Source: Express)
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CHELSEA:

Diego Costa is holding up Chelsea's Romelu Lukaku transfer after refusing a move to China. (Source: Daily Mirror)
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MANCHESTER UNITED:

José Mourinho is desperate for Real Madrid's Álvaro Morata and Chelsea's Nemanja Matić to join the club before Sunday. (Source: Daily Star)
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Manchester United are preparing a move for 26-year old Borussia Dortmund defender Marc Bartra. (Source: AS)
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Pep Guardiola has given the green light for Joe Hart to cross Manchester and make the controversial switch to United. (Source: Express)
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B.MONCHENGLADBACH:

DEAL DONE: Borussia Monchengladbach have signed Matthias Ginter from Borussia Dortmund for a reported fee of €17m. (Source: @borussia_en)
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SWANSEA:

DEAL DONE: Tammy Abraham has joined Swansea City on a season-long loan from Chelsea...he signed a new deal that will end 2020 with Chelsea.

(Source: @SwansOfficial)
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Las Palmas midfielder Roque Mesa will have a Swansea City medical tomorrow. £11m deal agreed. (Source: @SkyKaveh)
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DEAL DONE:
Thiago Motta has signed a new one-year contract extension at PSG. (Source: @PSG_English)
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MARSEILLE:
DEAL DONE: Marseille have completed the signing of Luiz Gustavo from Wolfsburg on a 4-year deal for £7m. (Source: @OM_English)
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NAPOLI:
DEAL DONE: Napoli have signed Adam Ounas from Bordeaux for €10m, rising to €12m on a 5-year contract. (Source: @sscnapoli)
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PSG:
DEAL DONE: Young right back Colin Dagba has signed his first professional contract with Paris Saint-Germain. (Source. @PSG_inside)
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AC MILAN:
DEAL DONE: AC Milan have signed Hakan Çalhanoğlu for €20m plus €4m add ons from Bayer Leverkusen on a four-year deal. (Source: @acmilan)
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Real Madrid and PSG will spark a bidding war over Kylian Mbappé which will make the transfer the most expensive in history. (Source: Mail)
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MANCHESTER UNITED:
DEAL DONE: Manchester United have signed Largie Ramazani, a 16-year-old Belgian/Burundian striker on a 4-year deal. (Source: @HLNinEngeland)
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MONACO:
DEAL DONE: Monaco have signed Terence Kongolo from Feyenoord on a 5-year contract for around €15m. (Source: @AS_Monaco)
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PSG:
DEAL DONE: Timothy Weah, son of George, has signed a professional deal at Paris Saint-Germain until 2020. (Source: @PSG_English)
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EVERTON:
Everton have signed Sandro Ramírez from Málaga CF on a 4-year deal for just £5.1m, his release clause. (Source: @Everton)
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INTER MILAN:
Inter Milan are ready to offer Paris Saint-Germain £43m for star Angel Di Maria. 
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ASTON VILLA:
Aston Vilaa signs John Terry on a free transfer on a 1-year contract.
John Terry will wear the No.26 shirt this season at Aston Villa.
John Terry wore the full kit to his unveiling as an Aston Villa player.
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CHELSEA:
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is desperate to sign Romelu Lukaku this summer at any price. (Source: Daily Telegraph)

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