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4 STARS Flies For Medicals Today, 4 CONFIRMED DONE DEALS, Latest on Martinez, Malacia, Botman

OFFICIAL: Real Valladolid have signed midfielder Ivan Sanchez permanently from Birmingham for an undisclosed fee on a two-year deal.

Excl: Manchester United are trying to hijack Tyrell Malacia deal! After full verbal agreement with OL, Man Utd jumped into it before it was signed.Talks with Feyenoord to reach an agreement, Dutch sources confirm.Detail: Malacia has same agents as Frenkie de Jong.

Romelu Lukaku will fly to Milano in the coming hours, Inter CEO Marotta has confirmed: “He’s arriving tonight probably”, he said.Medical on Wesnesday morning, then loan deal until June 2023 to be announced with Chelsea - with no buy option/obligation clause.

OFFICIAL: Hamburger SV have signed striker Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer from Dynamo Dresden for €1.2m.

Arsenal have submitted a new bid for Lisandro Martinez, as reported by @MikeVerweij. €40m with add-ons included, but Ajax always asked for €50m fee. Man Utd have also been in touch with his agent Again, Ajax have no intention to sell both Lisandro and Jurrien Timber.

Official, confirmed. Fernandinho has joined Athletico Paranaense on a free move after leaving Manchester City, he’s back where he wanted to finish his career. Contract signed, new chapter for Fernandinho.

Sven Botman signs his contract until 2027 as Newcastle player. Medical successfully completed in the last hours. €37m fee to Lille.Botman has also posted his farewell message to Lille and their fans on his account.

OFFICIAL: Millwall have signed striker Benik Afobe from Stoke and midfielder George Honeyman from Hull for undisclosed fees.

Divock Origi joins AC Milan, here we go confirmed! Origi has just landed in Milano in order to complete medical tests and sign his long-term deal with Milan on a free transfer.Origi has turned down Villarreal bid and also proposals from Bundesliga and PL clubs.

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