DeadlineDay SEVEN Deals that will be made official across Europe Today

DeadlineDay SEVEN Deals that will be made official across Europe Today

transfer window will close in less than 24 hours. However, there are still lots of deals that could be completed in the last few hours left. Many deals are on the verge of completion. Here are 8 deals that will be made official today after agreement has been made by the sides involved.

1) Junior Messias: AC Milan is set to announce the signing of Serie B midfielder Messias on a loan deal. Following his impressive performance for Crotone in SerieA last season, Milan has reached an agreement with Crotone on a year loan with an option to buy

2) Eduardo Camavinga: Real Madrid has reached an agreement with Rennes over the transfer of the 18 years old midfielder. Camavinga has shunned PSG and Man United to join Real Madrid. The deal will be made official before the end of the day.

3) Edouard Odsonne: Crystal Palace has reached an agreement with Celtic over the transfer of their striker Odsonne. Celtic has accepted the €15m bid for the striker. He will complete his medical today as confirmed by Fabrizio Romano

4) Emerson Royal: Barcelona right-back will join Tottenham after the club reached an agreement with Barca. Spurs’s offer of €30 plus addons has been accepted by Barca. He will sign a contract till June 2026

5) Daniel James: Manchester United has accepted the €28m bid from Leeds United on the transfer of Dan James. Following the arrival of Ronaldo, Greenwood is likely to play more in the wings which means James playing time will be very limited. He has now agreed to join leads

6) Iliax Moriba: Another Barcelona star whose departure will be officially announced today. Barcelona and Leipzig has reached agreement over the player.

7) Reiss Nelson: Feyernord has reached an agreement with Arsenal for the loan transfer of One of their wingers Reiss Nelson. According to Fabrizio Romano, this is coming after Diallo move collapsed after he got injured.


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