UPDATED: European football transfer news

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This is the time of the year when European clubs reinforce their teams with new players. Expectedly not all transfers are concluded, some are dragged for long, some are rumours. Here are some deals going on now or supposedly going.

UPDATED: European football transfer news


Man Utd to increase Vermaelen bid
Manchester United will launch a fresh £10 million bid for Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen.

Man Utd handed Cavani boost
As Paris Saint-Germain move closer to signing Angel Di Maria, a number of high-paid stars may have to be sold. Edinson Cavani is at the top of the list, handing Manchester United a huge boost as they look to invest in their frontline.

Madrid expect Di Maria to chase PSG paycheck
Real Madrid have yet to here from Angel Di Maria this summer and he looks increasingly likely to join PSG. The Argentine asked for an improved contract last season, which los Blancos baulked at, but the French champions are ready to meet his demands.

Cavani on Man Utd’s radar
Manchester United will reignite their interest in Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani if Wayne Rooney fails to convince Louis van Gaal.

Man Utd prepare De Vrij bid
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is preparing a €12.5 million bid for Feyenoord centre-back Stefan de Vrij.

Liverpool in Milner move
Liverpool have enquired about the availability of James Milner and have been encouraged by Manchester City’s response.

Everton confident over Lukaku deal
Everton are confident that they can secure a deal for Romelu Lukaku but Chelsea want in excess of £20 million for the striker.

Van Gaal considers delaying captain announcement
Louis van Gaal is considering the option of delaying the announcement of his new Manchester United captain until Michael Carrick returns from injury.

Liverpool target Neto
Liverpool are plotting a move for Fiorentina goalkeeper Neto after talks with Swansea City’s Michel Vorm broke down.

Newcastle prepare Carroll
Newcastle United are readying a £15 million offer for West Ham striker Andy Carroll.

Lampard set for New York
Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is set to sign for New York City FC. The free transfer will take place next week but Lampard will play for sister club Melbourne City until NYCFC start the 2015 MLS season.

Lukaku & Jovetic are Juve’s next targets
After sealing a deal for Alvaro Morata, Juventus will are keen to buy another striker. Lukaku and Jovetic are on the top of their list of targets – and they could even sign both if Giovinco leaves this summer.

Chelsea plan £20m Miranda bid
Chelsea are planning to make a £20m bid for Atletico Madrid defender Joao Miranda. The Blues have already enquired about the Brazilian’s availability during negotiations for Filipe Luis.

Barcelona turn to Daley Blind
The tough negotiations with Valencia over Jeremy Mathieu have led Barcelona to ponder other targets. Netherlands star Daley Blind is being looked at as an alternative.

Bayern & Barca battle for Cuadrado
Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola is keen to sign Juan Cuadrado this summer but faces stiff competition from former club Barcelona. The Fiorentina star could eventually cost €40 million.

Baldini in Italy to clinch Destro deal
Tottenham director Franco Baldini is in Italy trying to conclude a deal with Roma for Mattia Destro. The Italian striker is valued at £13.5 million. Baldini is also set to finalise Sandro’s £9m move to Napoli.

Milan to play waiting game for Nani
AC Milan are prepared to wait until the end of the transfer window to make their move for Nani. Manchester United are currently asking for €14 million, but the Italians believe that will be lower by the end of August.

Liverpool in Remy talks with QPR
QPR have confirmed they are in talks with Liverpool over Loic Remy. The Reds have turned their attentions to the Frenchman after giving up on Wilfried Bony after Swansea demanded £19m for the striker.

Liverpool tell Remy to lower wage demands
Liverpool will tell Loic Remy to lower his wage demands to secure a move to Anfield. The Reds are willing to pay £8m for the QPR striker who wants £80-90,000 a week.

Everton closing in on Lukaku
Everton are closing in on a permanent deal for Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku and could complete his signing within the next 48 hours.

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