Live transfer news from around Europe’s top five leagues, right from the Premier League to Bundesliga.
MOHAMMED SALAH SIGNS NEW CONTRACT WITH LIVERPOOL TILL 2025
Liverpool star Mohammed Salah penned down new three-year contract with Liverpool today which will make him stay at Liverpool till 2025. This deal will make the him the highest paid player in Liverpool’s history.
“I feel great and [I am] excited to win trophies with the club. It’s a happy day for everyone. It takes a little bit of time, I think, to renew, but now everything is done so we just need to focus on what’s next. I think you can see in the last five or six years the team was always going [upwards].” – Salah told liverpoolfc.com
TORINO CONFIRM RELEASE OF BELOTTI
Seria A club Torino announced the departure of Italian international Andrea Belotti after seven years of leading their front line. The Italian leaves Torino as free agent with 113 goals in 251 appearances to his name.
MANCHESTER CITY SIGN NEW GOALKEEPER WITH EDERSON-LIKE PASSING SKILLS
Manchester City today announced the signing of German goalkeeper Stefan Ortega on a free transfer from Arminia Bielefeld. The 29-year old shot stopper will take No. 18 shirt having signed a three-year deal with the current Premier league Champions.
TYRELL MALACIA – MANCHESTER UNITED’S NEW TRANSFER TARGET
Manchester United are still in pursuit of Feyenoord left-back Tyrell Malacia. The ongoing representation issue between the Malacia’s agent, Ali Dursun, and the player’s father has been resolved and sources state that United have an agreement with Feyenoord and they expect to finalise the transfer in the coming days.
VILLARREAL RELEASE SERGE AURIER
Serge Aurier is a free agent after Villarreal decided not to take up the option in his contract to renew it by a further 12 months. The Ivorian will be in hunt for a new club this summer with France being a probable destination.
KALVIN PHILLIPS CLOSER TO ETIHAD MOVE
The Premier League champions are set to welcome their new signing at Etihad as Leeds United’s midfielder Kalvin Phillips undergoes medical today. The fees is expected to be around £45million including an initial £42m outlay.