Atletico Madrid has signed Club America striker Raul Jimenez to a six-year deal according to the Spanish press. An official announcement from both clubs will be made on Wednesday and the player is rumored to be on his way to Madrid to be unveiled to Atletico supporters.
The reigning champions of La Liga has reportedly paid a fee of£8.
The reports circulating around Radamel Falcao proposed move to Real Madrid have died down in recent days. The Spanish press are focusing on the build up towards tomorrow's UEFA Super Cup encounter in Cardiff between Real Madrid and Sevilla (to be televised on FOX Sports 1 at 2.30pm ET Tuesday).
There is also just under three weeks left before the close of the summer transfer window and lots can happen over that time.
Reports have surfaced in Spain linking Club America striker Raul Jimenez with a move to Atletico Madrid.
Atletico's manager Diego Simeone is intent on improving his side's scoring options before the summer transfer window closes and the club have reportedly tabled a bid for the Mexican goal scorer, who is now considering his options.
Speaking at the public presentation of David Luiz, Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser al-Khelaifi has given his thoughts on the rumored transfer of Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria to the French side.
The club official was questioned about the cost of the former Chelsea defender. PSG's president then drew a comparison with the Ligue 1 champion's proposed move for Di Maria.
Swansea City has revealed the signing of Argentine central defender Federico Fernandez from Napoli.
The defender, who played in the World Cup, will replace Chico Flores, who joined a club in Qatar earlier this month.
Fernandez, 25, who has failed to secure a regular starting spot at Napoli in his three year spell, was a part of the Argentina squad that reached the World Cup final in Brazil, making an appearance in the 2-1 victory over Bosnia.
Manchester United has confirmed that Sporting and Argentina left back Marcos Rojo has signed for the club, for a fee believed to be in the region of £16million. Luis Nani has been sent the other way on a season long loan.
Rojo will be unveiled as United footballer after he passes a medical and agrees personal terms.
Manchester United and Napoli have agreed to a move that will send Marouane Fellaini to Italy on a season-long loan. The transfer will be finalized as soon as the Belgium international gives his approval to the switch.
The Italian newspaperGazzetta dello Sportis reporting that Napoli has agreed to pay United a fee of £4million in order to secure the services of the 26-year-old midfielder.
Sporting Lisbon defender Marcos Rojo is on his way to Manchester United in a £16million, according to reports emanating from Argentina. Thedeal will see Portuguese international Nani move in the opposite direction.
Rojo will be in England tomorrow night to have a medical before signing a four-year contract with an optional fifth year.
Rumors circulating around AS Roma centre-back Mehdi Benatia went into overdrive on Saturday after Sky Sports reporter Jim White tweeted news that the AS Roma defender was on his way to Manchester United.
That news was quickly followed by reports of the player flying to England to speak to United officials.
Everton FC announced the club has reached an agreement in principle to sign the Chelsea winger, Christian Atsu, on a season-long loan, according to Everton manager Roberto Martínez.
Martinez's men finished fifth last season, running out of gas in the dying stages of the campaign, and the Spaniard is eager to go one better as he seeks to guide his side into Europe's elite first tier competition – the UEFA Champions League.
Tottenham Hotspur has signed DeAndre Yedlin from MLS club Seattle Sounders in a deal that's reportedly worth $4 million.
The United States men's national team and Seattle Sounders right winger, who can also play right back, completed his move to Tottenham Hotspur today. The US World Cup star has been the subject of many rumors surrounding both clubs.
Former Arsenal captain Thomas Vermaelen has finally left the Gunners after making 150 appearances and scoring 15 goals. However, the writing has been on the wall for a very long time when it comes to the Belgian leaving and no-one is really surprised.
Despite the loss that comes with it, Wenger has admitted that signing another center back before the end of the transfer window is a priority for the Gunners.
Manchester United has tabled a£16 million bid for Sporting Lisbon defender, Marcos Rojo, according to reports in Portugal and England.
The Argentina international was a key contributor during his country's World Cup run that ended with a defeat in the final of the competition. He played all 120 minutes versus Germany and was named to the FIFA World Cup All-Star Team at the conclusion of the tournament.
Speaking ahead of his club's exhibition match against FOXTEL A-League All Star Team in Sydney, Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba confessed that he and his teammates are concerned about the future of Arturo Vidal with the club.
According to a report from The Sydney Morning Heraldtoday, the Italian champions went through a complete team session at the WIN Jubilee Stadium, but Vidal was left to train on his own before going through some supervised drills due to a knee injury.
Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster has agreed to personal terms and will be joining Southampton after both clubs agreed on a fee of£10million for the player.
The transfer will be final once the England international passes a medical with the Premier League side.
Newcastle United, Forster's former club, will receive of portion of the transfer fee (25%), with Celtic having paid£2 million for the player in July 2012 following his two seasons on loan with the Magpies.
Tottenham striker Roberto Soldado was signed last summer for£26 million from Valencia. Prior to his arrival at White Hart Lane, the Spain international had made 101 appearances and scored 59 goals for his La Liga club and had also scored 7 goals in 12 appearances for his country.
Soldado's last season in Spain saw the product of Real Madrid's youth system bag 24 goals in La Liga.
The Uruguayan newspaper El Telegrafo is reporting that the agent of Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani has confirmed thatboth Liverpool and Arsenalhave tabledbids for the Uruguay international.
Cavani's agent, Claudio Annelluci, expressed that even though his client is happy with the French champions, he is mulling over the offers from the Premier League clubs.
The endless rumors surrounding Arturo Vidal and Manchester United refuse to go away.
The Italian newspaperLa Stampareported last night that Vidal's agent Fernando Felicevich has spoken with United and agreed in principle a deal worth£182,000-a-week; which would bring his annual earnings to nearly£9.
Arsene Wenger this morning rolled back the years in a press-conference filled with dry humor ahead of Arsenal's return to Wembley for the annual domestic curtain raiser as the FA Cup winners take on the Premier League champions Manchester City in the Community Shield.
There was much talk regarding the fitness of Theo Walcott as well as possible selection combinations at Wembley on Sunday.
Monaco striker Radamel Falcao is back in the papers today, as fresh reports claim that the highly-rated goal scorer is now being chased by Liverpool, Manchester City, and Real Madrid. The Independentnewspaper is reporting that while the three clubs all want Falcao, it is the Merseyside club that is actually leading the chase to secure the Colombian international.
Queens Park Rangers has announced that Mauricio Isla has completed his medical at Loftus Road, received his work permit/governing body endorsement from the Football Association and will be joining the newly-promoted Premier League side on a season-long loan from Italian champions, Juventus.
The defender is now back in Italy finalizing his work visa.
Southampton FC has announced the signing of Algerian midfielder Saphir Taider from the Serie A club Inter Milan.
The 22-year-old will join the St. Mary's club on a season-long loan from the Italian side, with striker Dani Osvaldo moving in the opposite direction on the same basis.
According to Southampton's website, the players are not part of the same deal and both transfers have independent options should the respective loaning clubs wish to make either move permanent next summer.