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Edinson Cavani: Can only leave Napoli for €100m.
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23.35 BST That's all for the blog for tonight. We'll be back tomorrow with as many rumours as we can muster, so join us then and - who knows? - you may catch sight of a genuine transfer.
23.32 BST Sky Sport Italia believes FC Twente are on the verge of signing Luc Castaignos from Inter Milan for €7 million.
23.16 BST You'll no doubt be reading more on this tomorrow, but the Daily Mirror says Manchester United have now agreed a £26 million deal for Sao Paulo starlet Lucas Moura. Personal terms are yet to be sorted and he's not had a medical, though, so - even if the report is accurate - we're not in done deal territory yet.
22.58 BST Sport reports that Klaas-Jan Huntelaar is urging his club, Schalke, to sign his Netherlands team-mate Ibrahim Afellay from Barcelona. Dortmund are also said to be interested.
22.36 BST Hulk appears pretty unlikely to go anywhere while Porto continue to insist they want silly money for him, but he’s leaving it to the big man upstairs, and his agent, to sort out. "My future is in the hands of God," Hulk said. "When it comes to transfers, I leave everything with my agent.”
22.11 BST Sport revives the story that Liverpool want Cristian Tello but says Barcelona won’t sell him.
21.51 BST Diego is back at Wolfsburg but it seems he hasn’t impressed during pre-season training, and he could be demoted to their reserve side in the fourth division. Wolfsburg II trainer Lorenz-Gunther Kostner told Bild: ''If Diego comes to us, I will tell him that he will be used like any other squad member.”
21.19 BST Ganso has suggested he plans to stay at Santos. Story here.
20.43 BST Sky Sports News believes Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal are rivalling Bursaspor for the signing of Kolo Toure.
20.03 BST Spurs have fined Luka Modric twice and could fine him a third time if he fails to report to training on Monday. The midfielder has refused to join the club's tour of America as he attempts to force a move to Real Madrid. Story here.
19.14 BST Inter Milan midfielder Philippe Coutinho wants Sao Paulo starlet Lucas Moura at the San Siro. “We hope he arrives - I hope he arrives,” he said. “He’s a champion, but it’s not for me to decide these things. The club makes the decisions in the transfer market.”
18.30 BST Rafael van der Vaart has spoken to AS about the Luka Modric situation. “He’s in a very difficult situation,” he said on Saturday. “He knows that the chairman, Levy, is very angry, but he’s very upset about what’s happening. I hope and still believe that everything will be resolved in three or four days.”
18.07 BST Although Genoa president Enrico Preziosi rather angrily said that striker Mattia Destro had failed to agree terms with Roma, Siena - who co-own the player - still believe something could happen.
“Tomorrow will be the decisive day for Destro’s move to Roma,” director of sport Pasquale Sensibile told Sky Sport Italia. “We are at the final details now and it’s very likely we will finalise the deal tomorrow.”
He added: “The situation is pretty clear: an agreement with Roma was reached the other night, but Juventus won’t give up and continue to try. Destro is in any case enthusiastic about both destinations and has no problem with the wages.”
17.35 BST He actually said this two days ago, but we’ve not covered here till now and it's interesting enough. Barcelona vice-president Javier Faus has said the club have a €40 million budget this summer, and have already spent €14 million of it on Jordi Alba. “Last year we surpassed our transfer budget with the signings of Cesc Fabregas and Alexis Sanchez,” he said. “We cannot overspend our budget by €20 or €30 million each year. It would put our business plan at risk. It wouldn’t be sustainable.”
16.51 BST We mentioned earlier that Milan had made a reported €6m approach for Montpellier defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa but the Ligue 1 champions' president Louis Nicollin has reacted angrily to the reports.
Nicollin said: "Yanga-Mbiwa will not leave This is clear as day. In order to have advanced negotiations with Milan, we would need to have an agreement. We don’t have an agreement, so there are no advanced negotiations!
“I know that they offered around €6m, but even triple that would not be enough. I am not even looking for a replacement, so he will definitely not be leaving. I don’t care if he’s nearing the end of his contract. It’s not important and I don’t care!”
16.23 BST Bayer Leverkusen general manager Wolfgang Holzhauser has accused Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes of tapping up Lars Bender after speaking highly of him last week. Holzhauser said: "I don't want any bother with Bayern, but I am annoyed and very bemused that Jupp Heynckes has indirectly brought the Bender issue up in public."
15.48 BST Adrian Lopez has confirmed that he intends to stay with Atletico Madrid, saying: "I'm very happy at Atletico and, as far as I know, the only negotiations that are open with the club are regarding my contract renewal. I don't know anything more about any other offers."
15.31 BST Keep the comments coming in folks - Noah reckons Arsenal are right to hold out for as much money as possible for Robin van Persie:
"I understand why Arsenal are holding to a higher value for RVP. How much revenue does a Champions League spot provide? Without RVP, the Gunners won't get there, so it's a direct cost if RVP leaves."
15.18 BST Al-Ain are closing in on the €10m capture of Lyon's Michel Bastos.
15.00 BST L'Equipe reports that Wolfsburg are ready to sell centre-back Simon Kjaer as he does not feature in Felix Magath's plans. Lille are thought to be keen to bring him to Ligue 1.
14.43 BST West Ham are to take trialists Colin Kazim-Richards and Bilel Mohsni on their pre-season tour to Germany.
14.26 BST Barcelona vice-president Javier Faus says the Catalans are still owed €8m by AC Milan for the transfer of Zlatan Ibrahimovic to the San Siro last year.
14.08 BST Anzhi Makhachkala have denied making an approach for Inter Milan duo Maicon & Wesley Sneijder, labelling such reports "baseless"
13.59 BST Remember, you can get your comments in using the tool below. Pat C has done just that and feels that Brazilian exports are overpriced compared to their European equivalents:
"What make all the up & coming brazillan players cost more than 25mil or even more expensive than those player who already proved them self in euro top leagues for example Kagawa? Look at Oscar, Lucas, Ganso, Neymah,Willian, Hulk & etc etc"
13.46 BST Massimiliano Allegri is expecting to welcome reinforcements to AC Milan before the end of the transfer window. The Rossoneri boss said: “The club knows what to do. Some players have left and for now I can only work with the elements at my disposal, but more will arrive before August 31."
13.27 BST Feyenoord defender Ron Vlaar is now expecting to stay at De Kuip having been rumoured to be close to a move to Aston Villa. He said: "Feyenoord is in my heart and I have been through it a lot. The opportunity that I had, to leave for Aston Villa, I don't think it is as likely now."
13.03 BST Some Twitter titterings that West Ham could be set to offer Jermain Defoe a controversial return to Upton Park, Not sure what Hammers fans would make of that one.
12.50 BST Man Utd defender Rafael has told the Daily Star Sunday that he has urged fellow Brazil starlet Lucas Moura to join him at Old Trafford. Rafael said: "Yes, I have told Lucas he should come to Manchester United, of course."
12.36 BST Sir Alex Ferguson has defended the tenure of Manchester United owners the Glazer family, insisting that he has never been prevented from signing a player by them. Story here.
12.18 BST Udinese-owned Juan Cuadrado will sign for Fiorentina on loan with a view to a permanent €5m switch next summer. The Colombian winger spent last season on loan at Lecce and is set for his medical with La Viola on Monday.
12.02 BST Reports in Italy continue to link Fiorentina star Stevan Jovetic to Juventus, though it's thought a move will only go through if the Bianconeri miss out on Robin van Persie,
11.46 BST DONE DEAL: Feyenoord have signed another precocious young Manchester City players as Omar Elabdellaoui joins the Eredivise side on a season-long loan to follow in the footsteps of John Guidetti. Elabdellaoui said: "It's an exciting challenge for me and it gives me the opportunity to play regular first-team football that will obviously benefit me and hopefully City as well in the long-term,"
11.30 BST Luka Modric could be fined two weeks' wages by Tottenham after missing training on Friday. The playmaker is thought to be keen to push through a move to Real Madrid, but new Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas is quoted in AS as saying:
"I think Modric is wrong. This will go against him. He has worsened the situation with what he is doing and now the chairman is very angry.”
11.12 BST Spanish journalist, and friend of ESPN, Didac Peyret (@didacpeyret) writes in Sport that an offer of €8 million will likely tempt Barcelona into selling Ibrahim Afellay, though he is more likely to move to the Premier League or the Bundesliga than Ligue 1 - despite Lille having shown the most concrete interest thus far.
11.04 BST Jupp Heynckes says Bayern Munich are still keen on Athletic Bilbao midfielder Javi Martinez but insists the club will not be held to ransom. He said: "We remain interested in the player, his price is €20-22 million. To €40 million for Javi Martinez is indecent and not market value."
10.58 BST Benfica striker Franco Jara is set to return to Argentina on loan with San Lorenzo. He spent last season with La Liga side Granada and was also the subject of interest from Velez Sarsfield and River Plate, according to Ole.
10.41 BST On to Portugal, where Porto's chairman Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa is becoming a little tired of media speculation regarding Hulk. He said: "Hulk has been sold seven times. When the government wants to solve the deficit problem, expect them launch a tax on the lies that come out in the newspapers."
10.35 BST Lazio are closing in on Desportivo Brasil centre-back Xandao, with Corriere dello Sport claiming his agent Marcio Rivellino is heading to Rome for final negotiations over a €3m deal.
10.27 BST Juventus right-back Marco Motta is happy to have signed for Bologna on loan. “I am in the most important phase of my career. I have to learn from the negative and positive experiences of the last few years,” he said. “I couldn’t wait to arrive in this city, as there was so much enthusiasm around me."
10.12 BST Over to Italy, where La Stampa claims Manchester City will bid £25 million in an attempt to prise Daniele De Rossi away from Roma.
10.02 BST David Rozenhal says he does not plan to leave Lille, having been linked with a loan move to Bastia. He told L'Equipe: "I am in Lille and I'm happy. I'll stay."
09.53 BST Burkina Faso international Alain Traore has left Auxerre after seven seasons following the club's relegation to Ligue 2. He will stay in the French top flight after joining Lorient.
09.45 BST Next up, it's a European round-up. Let's start in France, where L'Equipe says AC Milan want to sign £5m rated Montpellier defender (and headline-writers' nightmare) Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa as a replacement for Thiago Silva.
09.40 BST First up, let's have a scan around those good old Sunday papers.
Sunday Mirror: Manchester United have emerged as favourites to sign Robin van Persie, but only if they are not forced into a transfer auction; Nicklas Bendtner will make a £7.5 million move to either AC Milan or Galatasaray in the coming week.
Mail on Sunday: Arsenal standing firm on their £30m valuation of Robin van Persie; despite the fact rumours that Liverpool want to offload Andy Carroll continue to be rife, the striker will link up with the club on the pre-season tour in the United States.
Sunday People: Liverpool and QPR are weighing up a move for highly rated teenage Barcelona forward Gerard Deulofeu; the Rs are also targeting South Korea midfielder Ki Sung-Yeung, who has hinted that he is ready to leave Celtic;
Sun on Sunday: Sunderland want to snap up Aston Villa defenders Stepehn Warnock and James Collins for a reunion with former boss Martin O’Neill at the Stadium of Light; Vincent Kompany will pen a new deal with Manchester City, worth a staggering £34m.
09.30 BST Hello everyone and welcome to another glorious day of transfer-related activity from the football world. Should be some juicy stuff out there today as many newspapers often hold on to their best material until Sunday.
Our lead picture story above is that Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has slapped a 100 million euro price tag on Edinson Cavani's head. Ridiculous? We thought so too. Read all about it here.