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21.37: That's it for the transfer blog today, ending with breaking news on Chelsea's hunt for a striker. More to follow tomorrow...
21.31 - DONE DEAL: Botafogo have sealed the signing of Uruguayan playmaker Nicolas Lodeiro from Ajax.
21.20: ESPN understands that Chelsea have had a £17 million bid for Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski rejected. Read the full story here.
20.44: Reports from Italy saying that Cruzeiro and Brazil Under-17 striker Leo is in Turin to discuss terms with Juventus. The Old Lady are really focussing on youth this summer.
20.31 - DONE DEAL: Hull City announce the signing of Senegal defender Abdoulaye Faye on a free transfer.
20.05: This from Soccernet contributor Sam Kelly on Twitter - "Fox Sports+ report that AC Milan have made an offer to River Plate for Rogelio Funes Mori"
20.00: Reports in Italy link Arsenal and Everton with Marseille centre-back Stephane Mbia. The French side are resigned to losing the player this summer.
19.54: Kevin Grosskreutz has admitted he would be tempted by a move to Liverpool, having played an important role in Borussia Dortmund's Bundesliga successes. "I love Borussia, but I cannot rule anything out," Grosskreutz said to Sports Image. "It would be a dream to play for Liverpool at some point. England is a dream for any footballer."
19.28: Quiet on transfers, but there is transfer news of sorts. Newco Rangers have been cleared to sign players this summer as SFA have put back the club's transfer embargo until after the end of the transfer window.
18.28 BST - DONE DEAL: Hamburg have completed the signing of Croatian midfielder Milan Badelj for €3.5 million from Dinamo Zagreb.
17.38 BST: Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed to MUTV that the club made an offer for Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie. Read more here.
17.08 BST: Boca Juniors striker Pablo Mouche is on the brink of signing for Kayserispor for US$3.5 million, which will be for 70% of his economic rights.
16.48 BST: Roma have ruled themselves out of signing Inter Milan goalkeeper Julio Cesar, whose €5 million annual salary is too high for the Giallorossi.
16.40 BST: Portuguese paper Correio de Manha report that Porto defender Rolando, who has been linked with AC Milan, is close to a deal with Turkish giants Fenerbahce.
16.17 BST - DONE DEAL: Inter Milan have signed Gaby Mudingayi from Bologna on a 12-month loan deal with an option for a permanent move.
16.09 BST - DONE DEAL: Manchester United defender Reece Brown has joined League One Coventry City on a season-long loan. Brown, who is Wes Brown’s brother, had previously spent spells with Oldham, Doncaster and Bradford.
15.30 BST - DONE DEAL: Reading striker Mathieu Manset has joined FC Sion for an undisclosed fee, the Royals have announced.
14.53 BST - DONE DEAL: Swansea have completed the signing of Rayo Vallecano midfielder Michu, subject to international clearance, on a three-year deal. He said: "I had other offers, but I really wanted to come to Swansea because of the coach, the style of play and the Premier League.
"I've always followed the Premier League from Spain and I watched a lot of Swansea games last season. They played good football and I liked their style. I also know how Michael Laudrup's teams play, so I'm looking forward to being part of that. The coach was fundamental to me joining Swansea.''
14.45 BST: Long-serving Wolves defender Jody Craddock has been offered a one-year deal that will take him past a decade of service at Molineux. "I am delighted to have been offered the chance to extend my stay at Wolves for another year," Craddock told the club's official website.
14.30 BST: Reading winger Michail Antonio will be allowed to join Sheffield Wednesday on a permanent basis if the Yorkshire club make the right offer, Royals manager Brian McDermott has said.
Antonio spent a successful loan spell at Hillsborough last season as the Owls sealed promotion to the Championship, and McDermott said: "There's been an offer, but we've turned it down," McDermott said. "I'm not sure how much we have heard since."
14.00 BST: Cheik Tiote has reiterated his commitment to Newcastle United, stressing he is "very happy" at the club. Full story.
13.34 BST: Ronald Zubar has said he wants to stay at Wolves amid reports that Turkish outfit Besiktas have made an approach for him. The defender has 12 months left on his Molineux contract.
13.05 BST: Norwich City are reported to have made an improved offer for Leeds United midfielder Robert Snodgrass after having a bid rejected earlier this week. The Yorkshire Evening Post said the Canaries had tabled an increased bid for the Scotland international on Thursday, which was being considered by the Elland Road hierarchy.
Meanwhile, Norwich and Barnsley have come to an agreement over a transfer fee for midfielder Jacob Butterfield, avoiding the prospect of a tribunal.
12.47 BST: Reading manager Brian McDermott has dismissed rumours that he wants to sign veteran Italian striker Filippo Inzaghi, 38, who is available on a free after leaving AC Milan and has also been reported as a target for Watford.
12.45 BST: PSV Eindhoven have turned down a Southampton offer for forward Jeremain Lens, with technical director Marcel Brands saying the club want to keep the Netherlands international.
12.43 BST: Zenit St Petersburg are believed to be considering a bid for Arsenal’s Andrei Arshavin after he returned to his former club on loan last season.
Manager Luciano Spalletti said: “From my point of view, Arshavin is a player of high class. In addition, he is an intelligent man. It all depends on his motivation. I have little doubt about Arshavin.
“It is absolutely definite that if he returned then he’d play just as well as he did last year. Arshavin is one of those names that we are discussing.”
11.47 BST: French club Lens say they are confident that Geoffrey Kondogbia's future will be resolved before the start of next week. He is thought to be a target for Reading.
11.40 BST: Sao Paulo say they have rejected a Manchester United offer for midfielder Lucas Moura, telling United they "need to produce a little more".
United have so far declined to confirm or deny an interest in the 19-year-old, but officials at the Brazilian club are adamant that they have received, and turned down, a bid.
11.07 BST - DONE DEAL: Marcos Angeleri, the man that Sunderland forgot, has returned to his native Argentina to join Estudiantes, with whom he spent eight years before his unsuccessful move to England.
The 29-year-old defender said: "I have come back to Argentina for good. Estudiantes is like my second home."
11.04 BST: Here we go: reports say Arsenal have received three bids for Robin Van Persie – one from each of the Manchester clubs, and the other from Juventus. All are believed to be in the region of £15 million, which is £10 million less than the Gunners want for their Netherlands international skipper.
10.40 BST: Interesting one: It has been reported that former England striker Emile Heskey, a free agent after leaving Aston Villa, could join Ipswich Town in the Championship. He had also been linked with a return to Leicester, his first club, and a move to Hull City. Town manager Paul Jewell signed Heskey for £5.5 million when he was the Wigan Athletic boss.
10.10 BST: Watford are reported to have agreed deals to sign goalkeeper Manuel Almunia and defender Fitz Hall after they were released by Arsenal and QPR respectively.
09.58 BST: Chelsea have not made an inquiry about Porto’s left-sided midfielder/defender Alvaro Pereira, the player’s agent has said.
The Blues had been linked with a move for the Uruguayan as they continue to rebuild their squad, but Alejandro Savich said: "His contract is with Porto and he will stay there unless there is a proposal that is acceptable to the club. So far, there is nothing at all."
09.37 BST - DONE DEAL: Southampton have signed Argentine goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga from Gillingham on a four-year contract for an undisclosed fee. As part of the deal to bring the 20-year-old to the south coast, Tommy Forecast will join the Gills on a season-long loan.
Gazzaniga said: "I am very happy, because signing for a Premier League team is a dream. The club has a lot of ambition, so I can't wait to get started.”
09.27 BST: Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku is eager to remain at Stamford Bridge but accepts he may have to go out on loan.
Lukaku told Sky Sports News: "If I can stay here at Chelsea and be part of the starting XI and score a lot of goals for the club and make the team win, that's good for me and for the club as well.
"But if I can go on loan and play in another team and score goals and then come back and explode, it will be good as well. I just keep grounded and work hard each day and then, after the tour, we will see what will happen."
09.15 BST: Sir Alex Ferguson has been quoted as suggesting that he intends to sign a new left back. We're a little dubious about the quotes, as he said something recently about this position that turned out to have been twisted a little by some, but this is what he is alleged to have said. Asked whether he would be signing a left-back, he said: "Yes. We have two young lads we gave a bit of time to against AmaZulu [their first pre-season friendly], but they are young.
"Patrice [Evra] will be all right. He's shown he has a resilience about him and has a great attitude to playing, but he is 31 next month."
09.03 BST: Brendan Rodgers appears to be talking on an endless loop these days when it comes to Andy Carroll. Another day, another press conference, another question about Carroll.
This time, Rodgers reiterated that he would not let Carroll go out on loan and defended the striker, saying: “There has been a lot of unfair criticism of Andy. There has been a lot of speculation in the press in terms of not being able to fit into my style of play. If a club spends £35m on a player, you would expect that player to be able to fit into whatever style a manager will bring in.
“There is talk of him going on loan, but there is absolutely no way I would be looking to loan a player like that, especially after the investment the club have paid.” He did, however, say that offers for a permanent move would be listened to.
08.53 BST: And this from the Star: “Luka Modric took a step closer to quitting Tottenham yesterday after talks with new boss Andre Villas-Boas.” But we don’t know why, or what was said.
08.51 BST: Also in the Mail: Luka Modric's widely-predicted move to Real Madrid may not be so predictable after all – the paper reports that Real president Florentino Perez has said his club will not pay more than £27 million for the Croatian playmaker. That’s a fair bit less than the £35 million Tottenham say is their minimum acceptable price.
08.46 BST: Taking time off from its usual policy of getting angry about pretty much everything in the world today (it’s a disgrace! All of it!), the Daily Mail says QPR are attempting to secure a work permit for Junior Hoilett before completing the Canadian's signing from Blackburn. Rangers are thought to be discussing compensation with the Lancashire club.
08.43 BST The Chelsea manager, Roberto Di Matteo, is “closing in on Marseille's Cesar Azpilicueta as his new No.1 right-back”, says the Mirror. The Spain Under-21 international is currently in Britain as part of his country’s Olympic squad.
08.40 BST: Remember a while ago when lots of people were talking about Hugo Lloris as a major transfer target for Tottenham? Well, now they’re talking about him again – at least in the Mirror.
The paper says the Spurs chairman, Daniel Levy, has begun negotiations to sign the France goalkeeper and captain from Lyon, but adds that Spurs are trying to do a deal for £12 million when the French club want £16 million.
08.30 BST: Didn’t say Robin van Persie wouldn’t be appearing soon, though, and here he is: Arsene Wenger, the Sun says, will make a decision today about whether RVP will travel to the Far East on the club’s pre-season tour.
Amid increasing speculation over where Van Persie will begin next season - could be United, could be City, might be Juventus, won’t be Shrewsbury - the Gunners boss must decide whether it would be better for the forward to stay in London rather than heading for Malaysia.
Arsenal play a Malaysia XI on Tuesday, then a friendly against City in Beijing a week today before heading to Hong Kong two days later.
On Thursday, some reports claimed that Manchester United would win the race to sign Van Persie, but Juventus also said they remained keen to sign him and “know what we have to do”.
08.14 BST: So it's neither Van Persie nor Carroll for starters: it's Mr Adebayor, whom the Sun alleges is unhappy about the prospect of a drop in wages if he joins Tottenham from Manchester City. A "close pal" said: "Manu is digging his heels in, and I don’t think this is going to be sorted any time soon. He’s the sort of guy who will see out his contract rather than cave in."
08.05 BST: Good morning all. Gossip, that's why we find you in these parts. Let's begin with a nugget about Emmanuel Adebayor, eh. One moment, please.