1. Arrangement Done: Birmingham City has finished the marking of Tahith Chong from Manchester on a season long advance. The Manchester board needs the Dutch winger to acquire insight borrowed and he will be anticipating returning to the main group next two seasons.
2. As per different reports, Jose Mourinho is keen on marking Chelsea protector Kurt Zouma this mid year. The new Roma administrator needs to carry his previous player to the Serie A. No authority bid made at this point.
3. Official: Harvey Elliott marked another drawn out agreement with Liverpool.
Sports Headlines: Man Utd Loan Winger, Mourinho Interested In Chelsea Defender.
4. Arrangement Done: previous Manchester forward Joshua Lord has marked a two-year contract with Watford. He went along with them on a free exchange.
5. Official: Nigerian midfielder Alhassan Yusuf will join Regal Antwerp this late spring, an understanding has been gone after an expense worth €1.5m.
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