Friday, September 4,2020
11:33. Brahim Diaz has signed his contract with AC Milan ahead of a season-long loan from Real Madrid. After undergoing his medical examination on Thursday, Friday saw the playmaker sign a contract with the Rossoneri and he will now take part in his first training session.
10:54. Leganes have signed Gaku Shibasaki from Deportivo La Coruna, with the Japanese midfielder penning a three-year deal.
10:36. Frank Lampard wants Chelsea to sign West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice, Football London report.
9:55. Real Zaragoza have signed Juan Jose Narvaez on loan for the next three seasons from Real Betis.
9:45. If Lionel Messi decides to stay at Barcelona, Luis Suarez will remain at the club too, according to Corriere dello Sport. Meanwhile, Fox Sports Radio in Argentina also state that Suarez will not join Juventus.
9:31. Darwin Nunez’s contract ahead of a 25 million euro move from Almeria to Benfica has not yet been signed, say Record. His presentation was supposed to take place yesterday, Thursday, but will now take place today, Friday.
9:07. Galatasaray ruled out Radamel Falcao leaving the club a few weeks ago, but the Turkish sports magazine Sporx have stated that Porto, the Colombian’s first club in Europe, could be interested in re-signing him.
8:51. The negotiations to terminate Arturo Vidal’s contract at Barcelona are speeding up, with La Gazzetta dello Sport reporting that the Chilean is still waiting to officially become a free agent before joining Inter, where he has agreed a two-year deal with an option for a third at six million euros per year.
8:36. Real Sociedad goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli is closing in on a move to Villarreal, which could be announced in the coming days. He will act as Andres Fernandez’s replacement.
8:20. Fiorentina have reached an agreement with Arsenal to sign Lucas Torreira, according to The Times. The Uruguayan midfielder is not in Mikel Arteta’s plans and seems set to return to Serie A, two years after leaving Italy.
7:45. Good morning and welcome to Friday’s transfer blog.