Live Transfer Updates – Chelsea favourites for Zaha, Everton closing in on Mina & More

Maurizio Sarri

Live Transfer Updates (August 6) – Chelsea favourites for Zaha, Everton closing in on Mina & More

Everton have reached an agreement with Barcelona to sign Colombia defender Yerry Mina, for a fee worth £28.5m on a five-year deal. (Source: Sport – Spanish)

Manchester United are preparing to make a bid for Leicester City centre-back Harry Maguire, and know they will have to pay a world record fee for the England international. (Source: Sky Sports)

Jasper Cillessen

Reports say Liverpool have recieved a massive boost to sign Dutch goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen from Barcelona, as Ernesto Valverde confirms the player might leave. (Source: The Kop Times)

Chelsea are favourites to sign £75m-rated Crystal Palace and Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha, after Tottenham Hotspur pulled out. (Source: Mirror)

Leicester City have had a £10m bid rejected for Brentford defender Chris Mepham, with Bournemouth also interested in the Wales international. (Source: Mail)

Lucas Perez

Spanish striker Lucas Perez, wants to stay at Arsenal and fight for his first-team place despite interest from Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon. (Source: Independent)

West Ham have ended their pursuit of Porto winger Yacine Brahimi, after failing to agree personal terms with the Algeria international. (Source: Sky Sports)

Juventus want £18m for 25-year-old Italian midfielder Stefano Sturaro, who has been linked with a move to West Ham, Newcastle and Leicester. (Source: Calciomercato)

Rodrigo

Real Madrid have been told to pay the £107m release clause if they want to sign Valencia and Spain forward Rodrigo. (Source: Marca)

Championship sides Aston Villa and Leeds United both want to sign 25-year-old Northern Ireland midfielder George Saville from Millwall. (Source: Mail)

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