Transfer News: Done Deals, Chelsea ready Matheus Franca bid, Osimhen dropped hint on his future

Chelsea ready Matheus Franca bid

Chelsea cannot stop signing wonderkids.

According to Vene Casagrande, with the Angelo Gabriel being wrapped up this week, the club will then turn attentions to Flamengo for midfielder Matheus Franca.

Talks have already begun a few days ago with Chelsea prepared to pay £17million and the Brazilian club wanting closer to £20m.

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Osimhen dropped hint on his future

Victor Osimhen, one of United’s striker transfer targets, has hinted he would be happy to stay with Napoli, remarking “…there’s no better place to be than this place. I am so happy I made the right choice by coming here.” (Soccernet)

Burnley close on £19m Man City keeper

Burnley in advanced talks with Man City regarding goalkeeper James Trafford, as per the Athletic.

The Clarets are set to pay an initial £15m with a further £4m in add-ons.

Trafford is currently away with England’s U21s and performing impressively.

Amrabat agrees Man Utd terms

Manchester United have reached an agreement on personal terms with Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat, according to Violanews.

The Morocco international is said to have accepted a contract offer from the Red Devils, who will now be looking to finalise negotiations at club level with Fiorentina.

Al Nassr prepare to sign Marcelo Brozovic

Al Nassr are prepared to sign all documents for the Marcelo Brozovic deal… and then work to complete the deal to sign Seko Fofana from RC Lens. Brozovic will be the next signing, while Al Nassr delegation is in France now, with negotiations at a very advanced stage.

Done Deals


BURTON Albion can confirm the signing of goalkeeper Jamal Blackman, following the expiry of his contract at Exeter City.

Former England youth international Blackman began his career at Chelsea Academy, before signing a pro contract with the West London club in 2012.


City have completed the signing of Amy Rogers on a free transfer.

The midfielder has put pen to paper on a two-year deal with the Robins to become Lauren Smith’s first signing of the summer.

She makes the switch to the South West having spent the last two seasons with London City Lionesses where she chalked up over 50 appearances, leading the club’s scoring and assisting charts in her first campaign.

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