Transfer Live Updates – Everton closing in on Malcom, Chelsea reject Real Madrid offer & more

Eddie Howe

Transfer Live Updates – Everton closing on Malcom, Chelsea, Hazard & more

Everton are in advanced talks to sign 21-year-old Brazilian and Bordeaux forward Malcom for a £30m deal. (Source: Sky Sports)

Liverpool winger Harry Wilson has moved to Derby County on a season-long loan in order to revive his chances of playing first-team football at Anfield. (Source: The Kop Times)

Harry Wilson
Harry Wilson

Bournemouth will spend a club record £32m for Levante and Colombia defender Jefferson Lerma, and further £25m on Uruguay and Genoa fullback Diego Laxalt. (Source: Sun)

Chelsea are ready to reject any offer from Real Madrid for their play-maker Eden Hazard. The Blues have slapped a price of around £200m for the player. (Source: A Stamford Bridge Too Far)

Porto are still keen to sign Newcastle United defender Chancel Mbemba, but are unwilling to meet the £8m price tag for the Congo international. (Source: A Bola – Portuguese)

Manchester United have accepted a bid of £14m for versatile midfielder Daley Blind from Ajax. This will allow Barcelona to get their target Frenkie de Jong from the Dutch club. (Source: We All Follow United)

Daley Blind

West Bromwich Albion have rejected a loan offer for striker Salomon Rondon from Newcastle United. The striker has a release clause of £16.5m in his contract. (Source: Express and Star)

Huddersfield are interested in Monaco’s France youth international striker Adama Diakhaby. (Source: Sky Sports)

Joel Asoro’s move to Tottenham Hotspur was collapsed due to his wage demands, and now the player has joined Championship club Swansea City. (Source: To The Lane and Back)

Joel Asoro

Crystal Palace are closing in on Sassuolo’s Senegal striker Khouma Babacar, for a deal worth of £12m. (Source: Mirror)

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