Transfer Talks: Big moves across Europe, English clubs to pounce on Juve...

Transfer Talks: Big moves across Europe, English clubs to pounce on Juve spending


In the biggest news of the summer transfer window, Cristiano Ronaldo has officially been sold to Juventus, Real Madrid have confirmed. Upon announcing the signing, the Old Lady revealed that the Portugal international had signed a four-year deal with the club. The deal is worth €100 million.

Across in the Premier League, where Manchester City have confirmed the signing of Riyad Mahrez from rivals Leicester City, in what is to be reported a club record deal. Mahrez has signed a five-year deal with the Citizens.

While one player arrived at the Etihad, one has departed after young goalkeeper Angus Gunn joined Southampton on a five-year deal.

Arsenal have continued their busy window, after they announced the signing of Lucas Torreira from Serie A outfit Sampdoria. Torreira joins the Gunners after recently impressing at the World Cup with Uruguay.

Newcastle United and Premier League newcomers Wolves could be set to capitalise on Ronaldo’s move to Juventus according to the Birmingham MailTheir report claims midfielder Stefano Sturaro could be sold in order to ensure the Old Lady are line with Financial Fair Play.

Liverpool could also be ready to pounce on the Italian giants, with TyC Sports reporting that they Reds are preparing a £80 million bid for Paulo Dybala.

In further Liverpool news, the Telegraph has claimed the vcub have opened negotiations with Stoke City over a potential deal for Xherdan Shaqiri. Throughout the summer it has been rumoured the Swiss international has a lowered release clause in his contract following Stoke’s relegation.