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Barcelona sell Ferran Jutgla to Club Brugge

Barcelona confirmed on Wednesday, June 8 that reserve striker Ferran Jutgla has departed the club in a €5 million deal to join Belgian club Club Brugge.

The talented striker had already confirmed that he had been told he was surplus to requirements at the Camp Nou and that he was ready to leave after only one campaign at the club.

Leeds complete £10m Kristensen transfer as Marsch rebuild continues with Salzburg defender

Leeds United have completed the signing of Red Bull Salzburg right-back Rasmus Kristensen.

The Danish defender has put pen to paper on a 5-year deal and becomes the club’s 2nd signing of the summer window after Brenden Aaronson

Luka Modric signs new one-year deal at Real Madrid

Luka Modric, the heart of Real Madrid’s midfield, has signed a new deal, and the Spanish outfit will try to defend their LaLiga and Champions League titles next campaign.

DONE DEAL: Eden Hazard make decision to sign, £80 millions rated midfieder to join Real Madrid

The 36-year-old’s contract at the Santiago Bernabeu has been extended for another year, keeping him in the Spanish capital until June 30, 2023.

“I’m very happy and proud to stay at least one more year in Real Madrid.”, I want to continue giving my best. Modric said.

Fraser Forster signs for Tottenham after Southampton exit

Tottenham have confirmed the signing of Fraser Forster from Southampton on a Bosman deal

The England international was expected to join the London based outfit when his Southampton contract expired, and has put pen to paper on a 2 year deal.

Last campaign, he featured in 19 Premier League games for the Saints, and he will take the position of Pierluigi Gollini as the back-up to regular starter Hugo Lloris.

Crystal Palace hand one-year contract extensions to Ayew, Clyne, McArthur and Tomkins

Crystal Palace have confirmed that James McArthur, Jordan Ayew, Nathaniel Clyne and James Tomkins have all committed their future to club until 2023.

Chelsea flop Saul Niguez leaves Stamford Bridge

Following the expiration of his one-year loan spell at the Blues, Saul Niguez will return to Atletico Madrid.

The London based club announced via their official website. the Spaniard featured 23 games for Thomas Tuchel’s side, 12 of which he started.

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