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6 Done Deals Today, Four Players Complete Medicals Ahead of Transfers, Timber, Youri, Aurelien, Orig

Aston Villa have confirmed the signing of Marsaille midfielder Boubacar Kamara on a free transfer and on a 5 year contract until June 2027 after successfully completing medical tests at Villa Park. Liverpool have confirmed the signing of Fulham star Fabio Carvalho at €8 Million transfer fee and signed a 5 year deal at Anfield after successfully undergoing medicals at Liverpool.

Borussia Dortmund have appointed Edin Terzic as their new Manager on a deal until June 2025 after sacking previous Boss Marco Rose. Dortmund have signed Cologne midfielder Salih Ozcan at €6 Million on a four year contract after successfully undergoing medical tests at Berlin. Manuel Neuer has signed a contract extension at Allianz Stadium until June 2024 due to his brilliant performance.

Chelsea target Tchouameni has reportedly agreed personal terms with both Liverpool and Real Madrid but will decide his club after the UCL final at Paris. Real Madrid are reportedly intrested in AC Milan forward Rafael Leao who is currently valued at £80 Million after Kylian Mbappe decided to sign a 3 year contract at PSG. Divock Origi will undergo AC Milan medicals next week and then sign a 4 year contract at San Siro after reaching verbal agreement and Liverpool farewell.

Arsenal have received huge boost in their pursuit for Youri Tielemans who is open to playing in the UEFA Europa Peague and the Gunners are ready to make £25 Million opening bid as his contract at King Power Stadium runs out in June 2023.

Man United have reportedly agreed personal terms until June 2026 with Ajax defender Jurrien Timber as his representatives are waiting for the full deal to complete the transfer. Man United will submit a concrete offer of around £45 Million to Ajax before the star undergoes medicals at carrington in the coming days if the offer is accepted.

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