Transfer Update: All the latest done deals


1-Julian Draxler- Wolfsburg to PSG

Paris Saint-Germain are prepared to blow their transfer rivals out of the water with a £64m bid for Arsenal target Draxler. (The Sun)

2-Mario Balotelli- Liverpool to Nice

Liverpool are finally about to offload their Italian striker, with Nice the interested party. (Daily Mail)

3-Joe Hart- Manchester City to Torino

Hart’s move to Torino “is done”, with the deal expected to be completed on Tuesday. (Eurosport)

4-Marcelo Brozovic- Inter Milan to Chelsea

Chelsea are ready to bid £25m for Inter midfielder Brozovic, with Antonio Conte eyeing the Croatia international to add energy to his midfield unit. (Daily Mail)

5-Jack Wilshere- Arsenal to… somewhere on loan

Wilshere has demanded a loan move after blaming his club fortunes for him being axed from the England squad. (The Sun)

6-Luis Alberto- Liverpool to Lazio

Luis Alberto’s disastrous spell at Anfield is finally set to come to end, with Lazio coming to his rescue. (Daily Mail)

7-Heung-Min Son- Tottenham to Wolfsburg

Wolfsburg have lodged a £24m bid to try and tempt Spurs into allowing Son to leave. (Mirror)

8-Loic Remy- Chelsea to Crystal Palace

Palace want another option up front and are hoping to bring in Chelsea’s Remy on loan. (Express)

9-Marcos Alonso- Fiorentina to Chelsea

Full-back Marcos Alonso has attracted the attention of Chelsea, but would cost over £20m (Metro)

10-Christian Atsu- Chelsea to Newcastle

Newcastle are close to sealing a loan deal for Chelsea’s Atsu. (Express)

11-Cheick Tiote- Newcastle to Galatasaray

Tiote’s attempts to get out of Newcastle have hit a stumbling block after a deal with Galatasaray fell through. (ESPN FC)

12-Miguel Almiron- Lanus to Arsenal

Arsenal’s transfer spree is set to continue with Paraguay midfielder Almiron on his way to the Emirates. (The Sun)

13-Jonathan Kodjia- Bristol City to Hull

Hull are set to trump Aston Villa and Derby for Bristol striker Kodjia. (Mirror)

14-Danny Ings- Liverpool to Sunderland

Sunderland’s attempts to sign Ings on loan have broken down. (Telegraph)

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