Manchester city have reached full agreement with Southampton on Romeo Lavia on a permanent deal to st Mary's,it will cost Southampton €10m to complete the transfer of young talented city midfielder,Southampton are on final stages to complete to deal of Romeo. Lavia has been performing very well at Manchester city academy and Manchester city has included buy option on Lavia from Saints,hence the deal is through,Lavia is expected to undergo medical at saints and later been announced officially as new signing of Southampton.West ham and Villarreal had an advanced negotiation for Danjuma deal to move to London before transfer window is closed,and now negotiation is off on personal terms as Danjuma is not ready to leave,no discussion between the two clubs,situation remains silent.
Ac Milan are still pushing to have Hakim Ziyech before summer window is closed and both clubs are in advanced negotiation and soon,the deal will be done and sealed as they player is happy to join Ac Milan.
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