Chelsea are set to complete the signing of Álvaro Morata from Real Madrid. The Premier League champions made a second bid for the forward on Wednesday, which the Spanish club accepted in principle. Some details are still to be ironed out between the clubs but the player fully expects to be a Chelsea player next season. It is understood Madrid are in line to receive more than £70m for the 24-year-old.
Dortmund: Borussia Dortmund have told Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang that he will not be allowed to leave the club this summer. The striker had been linked with a move away from the Bundesliga but the German club gave him a deadline before which he had to leave and that deadline has now passed. “We consider the transfer window closed. The timing [of it all] was decisive in the end,” said that Dortmund sporting director, Michael Zorc, on Tuesday.
Manchester City are set to sign their second right-back in a week with Real Madrid’s Danilo on the verge of following in Kyle Walker’s footsteps and joining Pep Guardiola’s side. City have reached an agreement with Real to sign the 26-year-old for €30m (£26.5m) with a potential €5m in add-ons. Transfer window 2017 – every deal in Europe's top five leaguesThe signing would mean City have spent £76.5m on the two right-backs, with Walker costing an initial £50m.
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Selecting a term
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