Chelsea has completed the signing of former England international goalkeeper Robert Green on a free transfer.

The transfer window is heating up and so are the continuous rumours. Chelsea is fighting to keep hold of their man Eden Hazard, amidst the admiring glances of Real Madrid. Elsewhere, Bayern Munich have refused to let Robert Lewandowski depart the Bundesliga.

In this article, we at Khel Now will be taking you through the completed transfers and rumours of the day from across Europe. 

Golovin to undergo medical at Monaco

Russian midfielder Aleksandr Golovin will arrive in Monaco to undergo a medical before completing his move to the club.

He will be moving to the Ligue 1 club from CSKA Moscow in a deal believed to be around £27m, reports L’Equippe.

Juventus want £89m for Miralem Pjanic

Juventus will reportedly agree to sell Manchester City target Miralem Pjanic, only if they get the same amount they shelled out for Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Turin outfit consider the Bosnian to be on the same level as the Portuguese and want at least £89m for him.

Everton closing in on Yerry Mina

According to multiple reports, Everton are on the verge of getting Yerry Mina from Barcelona. The Toffees had lodged an improved £27m bid.

The English club have been trying to get him for quite some time and could complete the deal soon.

If successful, they will beat the likes of Lyon, Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United to the Colombian international.

Chelsea sign Robert Green on a free transfer

Chelsea have completed the signing of ex-England goalkeeper Robert Green on a free transfer.

The 38-year-old veteran joins the Blues after being released by Huddersfield Town. He didn’t make a single first-team appearance for them last season.

He has accumulated over 650 appearances for the likes of Norwich City, West Ham United, Leeds United and QPR as well as 12 England caps.

Harry Maguire eager to join Manchester United

Manchester United have told Leicester City that they want England international Harry Maguire, reports the Mirror. The World Cup hero is valued at somewhere around £65m by the Foxes.

The 25-year old is eager to join United before the transfer deadline and wants to be in the line-up for the upcoming season’s opening fixture on 10th August 2018. He was Leicester’s Player of the Season last campaign and is just one year into his five-year contract. He was signed by the Premier League outfit last summer from Hull City for £17m.

The 2015-16 champions want to make him one of the club’s top earners with a salary of over £100,000-a-week but he is known to be ambitious for titles and could be attracted by a lucrative move.


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Roma have found their Malcom replacement

AS Roma are planning a move for Mikel Oyarzabal after missing out on Malcom, reports AS.

Real Sociedad have made it clear that they want £36m for the left winger. The 21-year old is expected to be a future Spanish star and has a ton of potential.

Real Madrid want Edinson Cavani

According to multiple Spanish media outlets, Real Madrid’s primary target is Edinson Cavani, due to Chelsea asking price of £178m for Eden Hazard.

Robert Lewandowski is also no more a target for the Bernabeu club.

Alvaro Morata on his way back to Italy?

Chelsea are ready to sell Alvaro Morata, reports Sky Sports. But, the Blues will not sell him cheap.

The English outfit has demanded £62m from the Rossoneri. It is being reported that the Spanish striker has agreed to a return to Italy, after talks with new AC Milan owners Elliot Management.

Valencia looking to reinforce their attacking options

La Liga outfit Valencia are ready to launch a bid for Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi reports COPE.

The Spanish club are keen to reinforce their attacking lineup and could lose Rodrigo to Real Madrid.

The club finished fourth last season and are looking to get in Batshuayi, Kevin Gameiro and Andre Gomes.