The day of the transfer deadline is here. Summer window closes Thursday evening at Premier LeagueSpain La LigaItalia Italian Serie AGermany BundesligaFrance French League 1 And in other places. And with less than 24 hours left, Dozens of deals still need to be settled.
Cristiano Ronaldo, for example, has stayed at Manchester United, and it looks like he’s ready to stay Unless a last-minute interest from the Champions League team suddenly appears.
Christian Pulisic is still at ChelseaA source told “Yahoo Sports”, on Wednesday, that the club “stopped any deals and contracted them against his will.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea have reportedly agreed a deal with Barcelona for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang on deadline – and he could still be active, even after Close to $80 million deal for Leicester City defender Wesley Fofana.
Aside from Pulisic, there are other American players on the move as well. Ricardo Pepe on Wednesday Signed for Dutch club Groningen on loan from Augsburg. Milan swooped in to save Sergino Dest from Barcelona, after the 21-year-old full-back rejected Villarreal’s interest. Dest is said to be in Milan for medical treatment, after which he will finalize a season-long loan, with an option for the Serie A champions to buy him next summer for €20 million ($20 million).
Elsewhere, John Brooks suggested moving to Mallorca; Looks like the veteran center back has chosen Benfica At 11. There is renewed talk that Lille winger Tim Weh is a target for the Spanish team Valencia.
As the deadline approaches – 6pm ET for Premier League clubs – Yahoo Sports will track all the latest happenings here.
When does the transfer period close?
The window closes on Thursday for all major leagues, but the deadline for the transfer varies for different countries.
In England and Spain, the window closes at 6 p.m. ET.
In Germany, it closes much earlier, at noon EST.
In France, it closes an hour later, at 7 p.m. ET.
For a daily, unique, club-by-club summary of all transfers made so far this summer in the top five leagues, The Guardian has a comprehensive list. And the Transfermarkt sorts them from most expensive to least expensive.
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