Everton are close to complete another signing as Amadou Onana is currently at England to complete medical tests and sign all pending documents before officially joining Everton. The Senegal born midfielder had initially held talks with the Hammers, but could not agree a contract, and decided instead to pursue the interest of the Merseyside club, who offered a five year deal.
Everton has reached to an agreement with Lille for a total release clause package of €40m and 20% on sell n clause. Everton were keen to bolster the centre of the pitch and Amadou will be responsible on defensive midfielder.
Barcelona are pushing to sign Marco Alonso before transfer window is and both parties are finalising his details to move to Camp Nou before summer window is closed. Marco Alonso has reached to an agreement on personal terms and his release clause fee is reported to be less than €10m
Former Arsenal forward is heavily linked to return to premier league this summer after spending one season at Barcelona, Chelsea are interested to sign him and talks are still ongoing.
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