Will David Luiz be included in the transfer of Daniele Rugani (Juventus Turin) to Chelsea? This is what the Italian daily La Gazzetta dello Sport thinks it knows. In addition, the 31-year-old Brazilian defenseman has only one year left in the Blues. The 23-year-old Italian defenseman could therefore cost less than the 50 million euros the old lady asked the London club to pay.
The Portuguese Joao Moutinho (31) will leave as Monaco to sign a two-year contract with Wolverhampton, promoted to the Premier League this year, according to information from Sky Sports. A transfer that would turn around 5 million euros.
Chancel Mbemba will not return to the Sporting of Anderlecht. The Congolese will leave Newcastle for FC Porto, according to several British media. A transfer that should cost € 6 million to the Portuguese club.
Edmilson Jr. leaves the switchboard for Qatar. He wants to keep his family safe. His replacement in the Rouches is already known
The Sporting de Charleroi announced on Monday the arrival of the French Dorian Dervite. This 29-year-old central defender, 1m92, signed a two-season contract, with option. Dorian Dervite benefits from a free transfer. He played in the last four seasons at Bolton Wanderers in the English division 2.
Just before the kick-off of the Supercup against Standard on Sunday (2-1), FC Bruges officially extended Ruud Vormer’s contract until 2022. The previous Dutch lease expired in 2020. At the same time, the Blauw & Zwart announced that they had loaned the young defensive midfielder Jordi Vanlerberghe (22) to the kV Ostend for this season.
Leicester City enlisted the services of Welsh goalkeeper Danny Ward, announced the ‘Foxes’ on Friday. Ward’s passage from Liverpool to Leicester is estimated by the British press at EUR 14 million. Ward, present on the bench with Wales during the Elimination of the Red Devils at Euro 2016, signed a four-year contract with his new club. This is the fourth Leicester Recruit to win this summer mercato after Ricardo Pereira, Jonny Evans and James Maddison.
Paulo Bento, Portuguese coach from 2010 to 2014, has been fired by Chongqing Lifan for lack of results since his arrival in December, announced on Monday the Chinese club. “Following friendly discussions, the club and Mr. Paulo Bento have agreed: with immediate effect, he will no longer be the coach of Chongqing,” the club writes in a statement. The club finished last season 10th out of 16 teams in the championship and is currently 12th with only four wins in 13 games. Bento will be temporarily replaced as Head of the Chongqing Lifan by his deputy Hao Haitao.