9pm transfer news LIVE: Man City re-sign Angelino and meet Rodri release clause, Joao Felix officially joins Atletico

Following Man City and Liverpool's respective wins in the Premier League and Champions League last term, the onus is on rivals in England and overseas to catch up.

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  • Joseph Miles2 minutes agoJuly 3, 2019

    MANCHESTER UNITED want Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff to join them on their pre-season tour.

    Manchester Evening News claim the Reds will step up their efforts to sign him before the end of the week.

  • Joseph Miles29 minutes agoJuly 3, 2019

    JOAO FELIX will wear Atletico Madrid's iconic No7 jersey next season.

  • Joseph Miles56 minutes agoJuly 3, 2019

    TEEMU PUKKI has signed a new three-year deal with Norwich City.

    The 29-year-old striker scored 30 goals and made nine assists in all competitions for the Canaries last season.

    Speaking on the club website, he said: “It feels amazing [to have signed a new contract].

    “I had an unbelievable first year here and everyone made it easy for me and my family for this to feel like home and we are really happy to stay here a bit longer.

    “I am really proud of last season. It was the best season I have ever had and I think we will understand what we really did when we play our first game at Anfield.

    “Last season will help us a lot in this season. I think the togetherness we have in this team will help us a lot and help the new players settle in.

  • Joseph Miles1 hour agoJuly 3, 2019

    MANCHESTER CITY have re-signed Angelino from PSV Eindhoven after activating a £5.3m buy-back clause on the left-back.

    The 22-year-old academy graduate has become Pep Guardiola’s first addition to his Premier League winning squad this summer.

    The Spain Under 21 international played every game for the Eredivisie outfit last season as they finished second behind Ajax.

    His form attracted a host of European clubs, including Arsenal, in securing his signature but they faced having to stump up to £20m.

    But City swooped to resign their academy star on a four-year deal for a bargain cut-price fee.

  • Joseph Miles2 hours agoJuly 3, 2019

    FRANK LAMPARD is understood to have arrived at Stamford Bridge with his official appointment as Chelsea boss expected soon.

    Fans outside the ground on Wednesday night claim to have spotted the former midfielder pull up outside and enter with club officials.

    Only a year into his spell at Derby County, Lampard was given permission to skip the Championship club's return to training earlier in the week while completing his move.

    And an announcement has been eagerly awaited by fans since Maurizio Sarri's exit from Chelsea last month.

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