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|Carlos Tevez wanted out, then stayed, now may have a chance to leave again
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21.00 BST It's all gone quiet, so that's it for On The Move today. We will be back tomorrow with another day of transfer activity to bring you. Goodnight!
19.55 BST Reports in Brazil state that Manchester United have upped the ante in the chase for Selecao star Lucas Moura, offering € 33 million for the attacking-midfielder. Sao Paulo are considering the offer. Full Report.
19.34 BST - DONE DEAL Liverpool have announced the capture of Italian striker Fabio Borini on a long-term contract from Roma. Full details to follow here.
19.23 BST More on Adrian Mariappa to Reading. The Watford captain is believed to have undergone a medical at the Madejski Stadium today.
19.18 BST Malaga midfielder Sandro Silva has joined Cruzeiro on a one-year loan. He had already been in Brazil with Cruzeiro's Serie A rivals Internacional.
19.05 BST Despite strong interest from Inter Milan, Corinthians president Mario Gobbi has announced that Paulinho will sign a new deal at the club, along with colleague Ralf. Could be signed on Saturday,
18.38 BST Kolo Toure's agent has dismissed reports that his client is close to a move to Bursaspor, but confirmed there is interest from Turkey.
18.18 BST Liverpool have confirmed that midfielder Maxi Rodriguez will leave the club to join Newell's Old Boys in Argentina.
17.54 BST Hull City are close to signing 25-year-old striker Nick Proschwitz from German club Paderborn, reports suggest.
17.34 BST Birmingham City have completed the signing of Darren Ambrose on a two-year contract. Get all the details here.
17.16 BST Sheffield United have confirmed that Manchester United reserves striker John Cofie will spend the season on-loan at Bramhall Lane.
16.50 BST Sporting have signed versatile midfielder Danijel Pranjic from Bayern on a three-year deal. Joins on a free transfer. Read more here,
16.50 BST Santos vice-president Odilio Rodrigues has confirmed the club have held "informal talks" with Chelsea's Florent Malouda.
16.45 BST West Ham have told ESPN that they expect to sign Sochaux striker Modibo Maiga for €7 million early next week. Read the full story here.
16.05 BST Some more from Brazil. Flamengo have reportedly failed in an attempt to repatriate midfielder Diego from Wolfsburg.
15.55 BST More on the Maicosuel to Udinese deal announced earlier. The Italians have purchased 80% of his economic rights for around £4.1 million, of which Botafogo recieve around £1.25 million.
15.30 BST West Ham United have made a move to sign Sochaux striker Modibo Maiga, who saw a move to Newcastle United collapse last season, according to reports.
15.11 BST Roma coach Zdenek Zeman has picked out Genoa forward Mattia Destro as a likely replacement for Liverpool-bound striker Fabio Borini. "Destro is a striker that I like,'' Zeman said. "He is a young talent.''
14.44 BST It looks like it's going to be all-change at Milan this season with the Rossoneri set to reignite their interest in Real Madrid playmaker Kaka, according to Spanish newspaper AS.
14.05 BST Ibrahim Afellay's agent has offered the Netherlands international to Arsenal and Inter for €6 million after Barcelona said he can leave this summer, according to reports.
13.39 BST The twittershpere is alive with rumours that Zlatan Ibrahimovic has now accepted an offer form PSG of €12.5m per year for three years and that he is on his way to Paris for a medical.
13.18 BST Blackpool have taken 18-year-old Paris St Germain forward Banvo Anderson on trial with a view to a permanent move.
13.15 BST Stoke goalkeeper Carlo Nash has signed a new one-year deal at the Britannia stadium.
13.10 BST Sami Khedira would be the final piece in the Bayern Munich jigsaw and is exactly what they need to help end a run of two seasons without a trophy, the club's honorary president, Franz Beckenbauer, has said.
Beckenbauer believes the 25-year-old Germany international has matured into one of the country's finest midfielders and would provide the leadership he says Bayern have been lacking.
11.56 BST Southampton have been given permission to talk to Crystal Palace right-back Nathaniel Clyne. Clyne, who came through the ranks at Selhurst Park, is out of contract. Palace midfielder Darren Ambrose is reporting to be heading to Birmingham after the clubs agreed a £250,000 fee.
11.45 BST - DONE DEAL Udinese have signed the Brazilian midfielder Maicosuel from Botafogo, the Italians have confirmed.
11.42 BST Santos claim informal talks have taken place with Chelsea over a possible move for France midfielder Florent Malouda. Reports say the Stamford Bridge club could be willing to let the 32-year-old go after the signings of Eden Hazard and Marko Marin.
11.37 BST - DONE DEAL Rotherham have made former West Ham midfielder David Noble their tenth signing of the summer after his release from Exeter City
11.30 BST Brentford have confirmed that a deal has been agreed to sign Millwall defender Tony Craig. The player will travel to Griffin Park for a medical, with a switch set to be completed before the end of the week.
11.10 BST Midfielder Akos Buzsaky is on the way out of QPR after failing to agree a new contract at Loftus Road. He was offered a new deal at the end of last season, but believes his future lies elsewhere after four years at Rangers.
The official QPR website said: “The club is thankful to Akos for his contribution, and wishes him every success for the future.”
10.30 BST Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is reported to be closing in on signing Lille full-back Mathieu Debuchy. The 26-year-old, who was part of France’s Euro 2012 squad, has been a long-term Magpies target.
10.05 BST Liverpool are closing in on Roma striker Fabio Borini after agreeing a fee in the region of £8 million, according to reports.
Roma only purchased Borini outright in June, paying nearly £4 million in order to acquire the remaining 50% of the player's economic rights from Parma.
Borini, 21, worked under current Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers at both Swansea and Chelsea and a deal is expected to go through within the next 48 hours with just personal terms and a medical set to be completed.
09.48 BST Tottenham have agreed a deal with Manchester City to take striker Emmanuel Adebayor to White Hart Lane, according to reports.
Adebayor, 28, was on loan at Spurs last season and scored 17 goals in 33 league appearances. With the likes of Edin Dzeko, Carlos Tevez, Sergio Aguero and Mario Balotelli at City, Adebayor has found himself surplus to requirements and has been told he can leave, with Spurs keen to seal a £5 million move.
09.46 BST Inter Milan want to sign the Sao Paulo forward Lucas Moura, also reported to be a target for Manchester United and Chelsea.
Inter president Massimo Moratti told the club’s official website that headway had been made in negotiations about the 19-year-old, adding: “The progress that has been made is to see whether or not there is a chance [to buy the player].
“Now we have to see if we can manage to carry it out. These are things that have to take place by putting everything together, which also means taking a look at our revenue.”
09.41 BST Newly-promoted Reading have been keeping themselves fairly busy in the market so far, and here they go again. This time, Brian McDermott is going back to the Championship to target Watford central defender Adrian Mariappa.
The Royals tried and failed to bring the 25-year-old to the Madejski for £2 million earlier in the summer, and it is thought the Hornets - now under the ownership of the Pozzo family and the management of Gianfranco Zola – want at least £3 million for their player of the year.
09.33 BST Martin O’Neill, hardly a man renowned for his laid-back demeanour, is radiating calm patience when it comes to the subject of strengthening his squad.
O’Neill has made one signing – Carlos Cuellar from Aston Villa – so far this summer, and said: “It would be nice to add a couple of fresh faces - not just for the sake of it, but to improve the quality of the squad, which is what we are trying to do.”
09.25 BST Alberto Aquilani will stay at Anfield for the coming season, his agent has said. Aquilani spent last season on loan at AC Milan, but the Italian club turned down the option to buy him.
Franco Zavaglia said the Italian, who has two years remaining on his Liverpool contract, would not be going anywhere despite being linked with a move away. “Aquilani will remain at Liverpool,'' he told calcionews24.com. “He has a contract, and hence there is nothing new.
“I would say that at this point the chances that he could go back to Milan are impossible. Other clubs? I reiterate, he will remain at Liverpool.”
09.17 BST - DONE DEAL Roma have signed the Brazilian midfielder Jonathan Lucca from Internacional, with the 18-year-old moving to Italy until June 2017 for €700,000.
He joins compatriot Leandro Castan at Roma, with the defender having moved there from Corinthians earlier this month.
09.07 BST The Star says Australian striker Brett Holman has been assured that he has a future at Aston Villa.
Holman, signed by previous Villa manager Alex McLeish after spending ten years playing in the Netherlands, was told by new boss Paul Lambert that he is still very much part of the picture, and said: “I signed for one manager and I’m now playing for another, but it hasn’t really affected me at all.”
08.50 BST The Mirror claims Tottenham are eyeing up a £16 million move for Atletico Madrid striker Adrian. The 24-year-old scored 15 goals last season, with eight of them arriving in the Europa League as Atletico won the competition.
The La Liga club are keen to keep their man, but the paper speculates that his possible arrival in London could mean the end of Jermaine Defoe’s second spell at White Hart Lane, with Reading reported to be weighing up a move.
The Express says Liverpool’s Craig Bellamy could be on his way back to Cardiff after becoming unsettled at Anfield, and claims the Championship Bluebirds are keen to re-sign him.
Bellamy, in his second spell on Merseyside, spent a season on loan with Cardiff in 2010-11 during his time at Manchester City. The Welsh international - currently on Olympics duty with team GB - has reportedly held talks about his future with Brendan Rodgers, but Cardiff manager Malky Mackay said: “I will not speak about players who are under contract at other clubs. It is disrespectful.”
Mackay, meanwhile, has completed the signing of Slovenian centre-forward Etien Velikonja, 23, from NK Maribor for £800,000 and the paper says he is interested in bringing South Korean midfielder Kim Bo-Kyung to Wales.
Staying in Wales, the Express says Scott Sinclair will hold “showdown” contract talks (and aren’t they always?) with Swansea. The former Chelsea player, a big success as the Swans finished 11th in their debut Premier League season, could leave for nothing when his current deal expires in the summer.
08.15 BST There's an interesting line from The Guardian about Fulham's Clint Dempsey. The paper suggests that £9m plus the 29-year-old American will be enough to tempt Liverpool into allowing Andy Carroll to move to Craven Cottage. Can't really see it, though.
The Sun says Italian striker Fabio Borini will be Brendan Rodgers’ first signing for Liverpool after the Reds agreed fee last night... Villa boss Paul Lambert will give Fabien Delph some Championship game time, making him available for loan after his return from injury... Portsmouth striker Kanu plans to sue the club for six years of unpaid earnings.
The Daily Mail reports that QPR are looking to loan midfielder Joey Barton to the Championship, with Blackburn favourites to take him on... Rennes midfielder Tongo Doumbia has said he wants to move to West Bromwich Albion... Manchester United are closing in on Brazilian teenage forward Lucas Moura... Steven Pienaar is close to finalising a £5m return to former club Everton... Newcastle manager Alan Pardew will have talks with Hatem Ben Arfa following his Euro 2012 fall-out with Laurent Blanc... Southampton are hopeful of pushing through a move for Crystal Palace right-back Nathaniel Clyne, 21.
08.00 BST You thought the Carlos Tevez saga was over didn't you? Well, you thought too soon and now you’ll have to read the latest as AC Milan step up their interest with a nice £50 million in the bank from the sale of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva.
Last night AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi confirmed he has agreed a £51.3 million (€65 million) deal to sell striker Ibrahimovic, 30, and Thiago Silva, 27, to Paris St-Germain. The list of targets to replace him includes a certain Mr Tevez and also Edin Dzeko, as they seem to like Man City strikers. Don't forget Robin van Persie as well.