LAZIO AGREE BORINI DEAL (Click to show)
BARCA GIVEN BLESSING FOR TURAN (Click to show)
Lazio have reached an agreement with Liverpool for to sign forward Fabio Borini, according to Italian daily Leggo.
The report suggests the player now must decide in the next couple of days whether he wants a move to the Italian capital.
FIRMINO PASSES LIVERPOOL MEDICAL (Click to show)
Barcelona presidential candidate Josep Maria Bartomeu has given his blessing for the club's interim management to sign Atletico Madrid's wantaway midfielder Arda Turan.
Last week, El Mundo Deportivo reported that Barca's interim management had decided to postpone the signing of the player until the club's presidential elections are held on July 18.
The Turkey captain revealed his agent is in talks with a number of clubs, with the British press linking him with the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal in recent years.
His agent, Ahmed Bulut, claimed six clubs are interested in a deal this summer, including AC Milan and PSG, so a delay could see Barcelona miss out on one of Luis Enrique's primary transfer targets - something Bartomeu does not want to see.
"Luis Enrique has won everyone's confidence and he deserved that they listen to him in signing Arda Turan, who is a great player," the presidential candidate told El Mundo Deportivo.
"I tell the interim management as a candidate to the presidency that I have no problem if Arda Turan is signed as requested by Luis Enrique."
Turan has two years left on his contract at Atletico and, should his move to the Nou Camp materialise, the Turkish midfielder would not be able to play an official game for Barca until January 2016, due to a transfer ban imposed by FIFA on the club for breaching rules over the signings of under-age players.
That ban has not stopped the club - who are coming off a campaign that saw them win the Champions League, La Liga and the Copa del Rey - from already adding winger Aleix Vidal from Sevilla.
Roberto Firmino's £29m move from Hoffenheim to Liverpool is complete after the Brazil international completed a medical, reports the Liverpool Echo.
CUADRADO SET FOR CHELSEA STAY (Click to show)
Firmino has already agreed a five-year deal at Anfield subject to passing a medical.
And the deal now looks set to go through with the report suggesting Liverpool doctor Andy Massey flew out to Sao Paolo to conduct the medical over the weekend.
BAKKALI SET FOR VALENCIA (Click to show)
Juan Cuadrado's agent insists his client is set to remain at Chelsea next season despite speculation linking the Colombian winger with a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer.
The 27-year-old joined Chelsea in February from Fiorentina but made just four Premier League starts for the Blues. Cuadrado, who has four years left on his contract, is a reported target of Italian champions Juventus and Spanish side Valencia this summer but his agent has denied transfer speculation.
"Much to my amazement, I read in some English and Italian newspapers about imaginary figures and agents associated with Cuadrado, so I think it is right to clarify the situation," Cuadrado's agent Alessandro Lucci said to Italian website Tuttomercatoweb.
"Cuadrado is a Chelsea player, who (Jose) Mourinho strongly wanted just over five months ago and the coach truly believes in him. He has many admirers but I reiterate that Juan is a Chelsea player. I, as his agent and intermediary, will decide with Juan his future, nobody else will."
Valencia are closing in on Belgium winger Zakaria Bakkali, reports Marca.
SPURS QUOTED Â£18M FOR MONACO STAR (Click to show)
The 19-year-old is out of contract following the expiry of his deal at PSV Eindhoven and he looks set to continue his development in Spain with Valencia.
Bakkali, who has been linked with moves to Arsenal and Celtic, landed in Valencia on Sunday and is poised to undergo a medical before formalising his move to the Mestalla club.
Valencia were not the only La Liga club to show an interest in him, with Marca stating Sevilla were keen on the wideman too.
Tottenham must pay £18m if they want to capture Monaco winger Yannick Ferreira Carrasco, writes the Daily Star.
FORMER RED SET FOR LISBON MOVE (Click to show)
Spurs reportedly bid £10m for the Belgium international but that offer was firmly rejected by the Ligue 1 side.
Sporting Lisbon want to re-sign former Liverpool full-back Emiliano Insua, according to O Jogo.
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Insua joined Sporting from Liverpool in the summer of 2011 and spent two seasons in Portugal before moving to his current club Atletico Madrid.
The Argentinian has had few first-team opportunities at the Calderon and spent last season on loan at Madrid-based minnows Rayo Vallecano.
He could be on the move again though, with O Jogo reporting that his old employers Sporting are keen to get him back on board.
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5:30 AM - 6 Jul 2015