As the transfer window is wining down at 00.00 tonight many club in Europe are trying their possible best to straighten their squared ahead of the 2016/2017 season .
Lets look at some of the surprise move and done deals so far.
Everton have agreed a deal of £30m for Newcastle’s Moussa
Sissoko. Player on way to Merseyside for medical now.
Everton look set to sign Moussa Sissoko for a club-record
fee of £30m after terms were agreed with Newcastle,
according to Sky sources.
The Magpies have always stated they wanted £30m for the France midfielder and that they were willing to accept payment in five instalments of £6m.
Sissoko was allowed to leave the French national team headquarters near Paris on Wednesday morning as the possibility of a move to Tottenham emerged.
DEAL DONE: OGC Nice have signed Liverpool’s Mario
Balotelli. Free transfer. Permanent deal.
Liverpool are finally rid of Mario Balotelli after offloading
him on a free transfer to Nice.
Balotelli passed a medical at Nice earlier today and the
Reds have spent the last couple of days negotiating the
terms of his exit.
The Reds were keen on a permanent deal rather than
another loan and the Ligue 1 side have agreed to take him
on a free.
Liverpool have reached a settlement with Balotelli over the
remainder of his Anfield contract and will just be glad the
controversial Italian has gone.
Balotelli, 26, was a huge flop following his £16million move
from AC Milan in 2014 and managed just four goals for the
10.Martins Bruno (defender ) sign for stoke on a season long loan.
Porto defender Bruno Martins Indi wrapped up his transfer to
Stoke on a season-long loan on Wednesday afternoon.
Sky Sports News HQ reported earlier on Deadline Day that
the Holland international had arrived at the bet365 Stadium
for a medical.
The 24-year-old Portugal-born star was surplus to
requirements at Porto. Stoke will have an option to sign him
on a permanent basis after the initial deal is completed.
The 21-year-old played 41 times in all competitions for the
French club last season, scoring 10 goals.
Nkoudou, a France Under-21 international, joined Marseille
from fellow top-flight French side Nantes in June 2015 for
Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony has joined Stoke City
on loan for the rest of the season.
Bony – a £28m signing from Swansea in January 2015 – was
at Stoke’s training ground on Wednesday morning aheahd of
agreeing to join Mark Hughes’ side.
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has joined Serie-A
Torino on a season-long loan deal.
Hart, 29, lost his place to Willy Caballero at the start of the
season and new coach Pep Guardiola’s decision to
sign Claudio Bravo from Barcelona effectively relegated
the England international to third choice.
6. Didier Ndong: Sunderland sign Gabon international for
The 22-year-old has signed a five-year deal at the Stadium of
Light after 18 months at the French club.
The fee is the highest Sunderland have paid up front for a
The 25-year-old uncapped Spaniard moves to the Premier
League for the third time in his career.
Alonso played for Bolton 46 times from 2010 to 2013 before
moving to Fiorentina and had a four-month loan spell at
Sunderland in 2014.
“It’s time for me to win some titles. It’s a step up in my
career,” Alonso said on Chelsea’s website.
Jack Wilshere is travelling to Bournemouth to complete a season-long loan having rejected Roma, AC Milan, and Crystal Palace, according to Sky sources.
On Wednesday morning, Wilshere appeared to have a straight choice between Crystal Palace and Bournemouth as
Wilshere and his representatives met Palace boss Alan Pardew on Tuesday afternoon and Cherries manager Eddi Howe in the evening.
Paris Saint-Germain defender David Luiz is set to undergo a medical ahead of a shock return to Chelsea.
Luiz will have the medical in London at around 6pm this evening, with the club continuing to negotiate a fee.
Chelsea have made a bid of £30m to bring the Brazilian defender back to Stamford Bridge, but PSG – who bought him from the Blues for £50m – do not want to make a £20m loss on the player.
Wales striker Hal Robson-Kanu has been given permission to
leave the squad and head to West Brom for a medical, say
Wales, Euro 2016 semi-finalists, are preparing for their
opening World Cup qualifier against Moldova in Cardiff on
Welsh boss Chris Coleman stated this week that not
finding a new club would hamper Robson-Kanu’s chances of
starting the match.
The 27-year-old ran down his Reading contract before
scoring twice for Wales at Euro 2016. He has not played a
game since the tournament in France.
1.Alvaro Arbeloa sets for West Ham Medical.
West Ham are giving a medical to free agent Alvaro Arbeloa
with the view to signing him on a one-year deal, according
to Sky sources.
The 33-year-old left-back left Real Madrid at the end of his
contract in June.
It is understood the Hammers see the former Liverpool
player as a mentor rather than replacement for right-back