Here is all the latest transfer news from across the globe.
The Mirror report that Manchester United target Justin Kluivert has joined Roma.
The 19-year-old has joined from Ajax at a cost of ÂŁ15million.
He has signed a five-year deal and said: “Iâ€™m feeling great. Iâ€™m at an unbelievable club and I canâ€™t wait to start.
“I think Roma is a great club for me – I think they can build me into a bigger, stronger player and I can do some nice things here.”
The Liverpool Echo report that Liverpool star Mo Salah is shocked by rumours he will leave the World Cup early.
Egypt have been knocked out of the competition, and reports in the Egyptian press claimed the 26-year-old would pull out of the country’s remaining fixture.
Yet the Egyptian FA have set the record straight, confirming confirming their star man will remain with the squad for the final game with Saudi Arabia.
The nation’s FA chief, Hany Abo Rida, has confirmed Salah will remain – bizarrely referencing Liverpool in his rebuttal.
“I have no idea about Liverpool,” he said. “But we have our captain Mohamed Salah and under the rules FIFA requires him to be inside his camp and requires him to stay with his team.
“I do not know what Liverpool meant, but he did not ask his club any questions.
“He is happy to mingle with his teammates and he was shocked by what the press has written about him and denied it all on social media.
“We’re all perplexed by what has been published and have no idea where it came from.”
Sky Sports report that Chelsea are targeting Roma defender Kostas Manolas.
The Greek giant, who scored the famous goal that knocked Barcelona out of last season’s Champions League, had a fine season for the Italian side.
His current contract has a release clause of ÂŁ31.5m and reports in Italy state that, if Maurizio Sarri is appointed Blues manager as expected, then he is more than ready to activate the clause and bring Manolas to Stamford Bridge.