LUIS SUAREZ has joined Atletico Madrid after six glorious years at Barcelona.

The Uruguay legend was released by the Catalan side, leaving Lionel Messi fuming.

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    Teemu Pukki looks set to stay at Norwich after the transfer window closes, reports say.

    The Finn has attracted interest from Premier League clubs since the Canaries' relegation but it appears he will stay in Norfolk, according to PA.

    This is despite interest from top-flight teams like Wolves and Leeds.


    Charlton have announced that they're taking Norwich's Akin Famewo to the Valley on a season-long loan.

    The 21-year-old made his debut when the Canaries were in the Premier League last season but will be looking to now get regular game time in League 1.


    Brendan Rodgers is keen to tie down Johnny Evans to a contract extension, with the centre-back's agreement into its final year.

    The Northern Irishman is expected to play tomorrow against Manchester City and Rodgers has been open about his intention of keeping him at the club.

    The Leicester boss said: “He is clearly a player I would love to keep here. He has been absolutely brilliant, not just in the games but in training with setting the standards and the mentality.

    “I believe the discussion will go on between Jonny’s agent and the club, and hopefully we can find a solution to keeping him here.”


    Dean Smith says Aston Villa are still active in the market – despite a number of already eye-catching signings.

    The Villa boss has bought in the likes of Ollie Watkins for £28million and Bertrand Traore for £17m.

    But he's says the club still may not be done in landing new names before the window shuts next month.

    He said: “We’re always looking in the market. We’re probably one short in the squad at the moment.

    “Things change very quickly in football. Our sporting director has got his finger on the pulse and hopefully we might get one more in and maybe a couple more out.”


    Andy Cole has wade in to the Jadon Sancho transfer saga and slammed the “crazy money” Manchester United look prepared to shell out.

    The Dortmund man has been subject to a prolonged period of interest from the Red Devils but the two clubs have been unable to settle on a price.

    Reports suggest United could eventually cave in to Dortmund's demands of £109million, but former striker Cole is baffled by the idea.

    He told PA: “That is big money, crazy money. You don’t know when punters are going to be allowed back into the stadiums. Every club must be losing absolute fortunes.

    “When you look at a team like Real Madrid spending no money, what does that tell you? They’ve done no business, so you know something is wrong with football.

    “Looking at it from outside, I think Man United are saying ‘we are not going to spend money willy-nilly. If the right individual comes in at the right price, yeah, we’ll do it’. But £109m, in this current climate?”


    Lionel Messi has slammed Barcelona for 'kicking out' Luis Suarez after the striker completed his £5.5million move to Atletico Madrid.

    And in a highly emotional post put out on Instagram, Messi admitted 'nothing surprises me anymore'.

    Suarez has penned a two-year deal to play under Diego Simeone and Atleti also have their eye on his compatriot, Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira. 

    Sport 890 reports Atleti prefer a loan move but Arsenal would rather get rid of the 24-year-old permanently.

    Gazzetta reports Chelsea star N'Golo Kante is “open” to reuniting with former boss Antonio Conte at Inter Milan this summer. 

    But the Italian giants must first raise money through player sales to afford the Blues' £46million asking price.

    SunSport understands Manchester United are planning at least two more signings before the window ends.

    The Red Devils are looking to land both Jadon Sancho and Alex Telles within the coming weeks. 

    Ed Woodward and Co are believed to be confident of tempting Sancho over to Old Trafford and a £90million move is in the works.

    Arsenal target Houssem Aouar has reportedly agreed to join the Gunners – after receiving no concrete offers from Barcelona or Juventus.

    Mikel Arteta has a deal agreed with the Lyon star, say Telefoot, and now he needs to raise cash in order to bring the £54million-rated playmaker to the Emirates.


    Leicester bid more than £30million for Burnley defender James Tarkowski.

    But it was the second they have had rejected by Sean Dyche's side.

    West Ham were previously interested in the 27-year-old before being priced out of a move.

    He is thought to have a £50m release clause.


    Arsenal target Houssem Aouar has reportedly agreed to join the Gunners – after receiving no concrete offers from Barcelona or Juventus.

    Mikel Arteta has a deal agreed with the Lyon star, say Telefoot, and now he needs to raise cash in order to bring the £54million-rated playmaker to the Emirates.

    Aouar, 22, is said to be the Spaniard’s number one transfer target before next month’s deadline .

    Although the player reportedly dreamed of signing for either LaLiga giants Barcelona or Serie A champs Juventus.


    SunSport revealed Frank Lampard is prepared to shift out flop Kepa on loan.

    But reports Roma were in for the Spanish keeper appear to be wide of the mark.

    Sky Sport journalist Angelo Mangiante reports the Italian side have NOT made a move.


    Micah Richards hopes Manchester United DON'T sign Jadon Sancho.

    The former Manchester City star and TV pundit thinks the finances involved in a potential £100million deal would create enormous pressure.

    He wrote for Mail Online: “Jadon Sancho continues to be linked with Manchester United and it is their ambition to sign him before the transfer window closes. I really hope they don't.

    “Sancho to Old Trafford would be the headline-grabbing deal of the summer but it would also be the most expensive. The finance involved in a deal of this nature would create enormous pressure for everyone, not least a 20-year-old who is far from developed.”


    Manchester United winger Daniel James could reportedly be on his way to join Premier League newcomers Leeds.

    The speedster almost arrived at Elland Road in January 2019.

    And now he could be given a boost in confidence under Marcelo Bielsa.

    The Mirror reports the Argentine boss wants to bring James in on loan.


    Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira is in Atletico Madrid's sights.

    Diego Simeone's side have already spent £5.5million on signing Luis Suarez from Barcelona.

    And Atleti could be about to make it a double Uruguayan swoop as Sport 890 reports the club have turned their attention to Torreira.

    It is thought that the LaLiga side want a loan move but Arsenal would prefer a permanent move away for the 24-year-old.


    Burnley have jumped ahead of Leeds in the race to sign Liverpool's Harry Wilson.

    Wilson spent last season on loan at Bournemouth as the Cherries were relegated.

    Leeds had been interested in taking him to Elland Road.

    But The Mirror reports they have cooled their interest and are now looking at Manchester United's Daniel James, with Sean Dyche's side in pole position for Wilson.


    Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly interested in signing Chelsea's outcast defender Antonio Rudiger.

    The German centre-back has slipped to FIFTH choice under Frank Lampard after Thiago Silva's arrival.

    And the French champs have 'expressed interest' in signing the 27-year-old – with a season-long loan most likely according to RMC and The Telegraph.

    Rudiger has two years left on his existing deal.


    Arsenal have reportedly launched their bid for Lyon star Houssem Aouar.

    Gunners boss Mikel Arteta is desperately trying to raise cash in order to bring the £54million-rated playmaker to the Emirates.

    SunSport reported earlier this week how Arsenal are doing everything they can to secure Aouar's services, with a new bid expected shortly.

    And according to French outlet Telefoot, the north Londoners have now officially submitted an offer for the midfielder.

    The report comes just hours after Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas expressed doubt whether Arsenal would have the funds to sign Aouar.


    Everton are reportedly set to do more transfer business.

    Carlo Ancelotti's summer splurge has already seen James Rodriguez and Allan arrive.

    And now talks have been held with the representatives of Polish international Arkadiusz Milik, according to the Express.

    The Napoli man has also been linked with Tottenham but Daniel Levy is not thought to have been prepared to pay the fee the Italian side are looking for.


    Manchester City are set to offer Benfica £50million plus Nicolas Otamendi for Ruben Dias.

    Pep Guardiola wanted Sevilla's Jules Kounde, but City are instead going all in for the Portuguese defender, 23.


    Manchester United are planning at least two more signings this window – as transfer talks continue around the clock.

    The Red Devils are desperate to improve their squad before the October deadline after a tricky start to the season.

    SunSport understands the club are looking to land both Jadon Sancho and Alex Telles within the coming weeks.

    And Solskjaer, chief exec Ed Woodward and transfer guru Matt Judge are in constant discussions to get the deals over the line.

    United are believed to be confident of landing Sancho, with a £90million offer to Borussia Dortmund in the works.


    Southampton are not prepared to loan out Jannik Vestergaard, reports TOM BARCLAY.

    The giant Dane was linked with a temporary switch to West Ham.

    But SunSport understands Saints have had no approach from the Hammers, nor would they consider farming out their 6ft6ins defender anyway.

    Asked if he would be happy with no further additions to his current squad, Ralph Hasenhuttl replied:“No, I wouldn’t but I know we will get players in.

    “Now comes the moment when some good opportunities are coming up maybe for us.

    “The players that were our No1 choices it was not so easy for us to get them but there are some other alternatives where we are still keen.

    “Whether it’s on loan or permanent, I think we know that we need a few. One or two players minimum we must get. Maybe three.”


    Jordan Obita is being chased by Derby and Bournemouth, reports TOM BARCLAY.

    The left-back, 26, left Reading in the summer after 19 years at the club – though he did sign a short-term extension to complete last season which was extended due to Covid.

    Obita made 26 appearances for the Royals last term, proving he is over the long-term knee problems that kept him out for nearly two years in the two prior campaigns.

    Watford are also understood to be keen on the former England Under-20 international.


    Mikel Arteta has responded to reports he wants to sign Jorginho and sell Lucas Torreira.

    The Arsenal manager said: “We are still open to improve our team.

    “We are looking for different options depending on what happens with some of our players here so we are getting prepared just in case we need to do something.”


    Gareth Bale has revealed how he dealt with the pressure of Real Madrid's whistling fans.

    The returning Spurs star said: “I just try and play football, that's all I can do and everything else that's said externally is out of my control.

    “As I said, I have no regrets of what I've done, whatever anyone else has said, that's up to them.

    “I know my opinion of myself and my family know exactly what I am, so that's all I'm worried about.

    “Obviously going into a different culture, a different country, I've had to grow up as a person, never mind a footballer.

    “You just learn how to deal with the situations that you're in.

    “Obviously I've been in immense pressure situations. I've had people on the pitch whistling in the stadium to me.”


    Chelsea star N'Golo Kante is “open” to reuniting with former boss Antonio Conte at Inter Milan this summer, according to reports.

    But the Italian giants must first raise money through player sales to afford the Blues' £46million asking price.

    Kante and Conte worked together at Stamford Bridge during the latter's two-year reign in West London – winning the Premier League and FA Cup along the way.

    And according to Gazzetta, Conte believes that bringing the Frenchman to Italy could be the final piece in the jigsaw when it comes to ending Juventus' dominance and winning the Serie A title this season.

    Kante, 29, has started both of Chelsea's opening two Premier League matches this term.

    But Inter are confident that the Blues will sell if offered £46m.


    Ashley Westwood has signed a new three-year deal at Burnley.

    The midfielder's new contract, will take him past his 33rd birthday at Turf Moor.


    Jadon Sancho is reportedly desperate to link up with England pals Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire and Mason Greenwood at Manchester United.

    The Borussia Dortmund winger has been linked with a move to Old Trafford all summer.

    SunSport previously reported that the Red Devils are now set to make a final £90million move for Sancho.

    It is believed the Premier League club will offer £75m up front, with another £15m to be paid in add ons later on.

    According to the Daily Star, United’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward hope Sancho’s desperation to join will convince Dortmund to sell up.

    The report adds that the 20-year-old is keen to link up with Rashford, Greenwood and Maguire, who he knows well from England duty.

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