|Fulham has agreed terms with Wolves for Raul Jimenez after Aleksander Mitrovic accepted an offer from Saudi Arabia but is the Mexican still worth the stress? (Photo credit: Sky Sports)|
As we dive deep into the transfer window, we look at some top deals, brewing rumours, and potential transfers from all around the world of football.
Newcastle gets Barnes after the ASM sale.
Newcastle United will unveil Harvey Barnes as their new signing in the coming days after agreeing terms with Leicester City for the England winger.
The Geordies waited on Allan Saint-Maximin to accept an offer from Saudi Arabia to avoid FFP issues, and with Saint-Maximin now on his way to Al Hilal, Newcastle can complete the deal for Barnes.
Galatasaray wins the race for Zaha and Icardi.
Galatasaray had a sensational season that saw them become champions last time in the Turkish League, and the reigning champions want more with strong additions incoming.
Mauro Icardi is joining on a permanent basis from PSG, and Ivorian winger Wilfred Zaha will join on a free transfer.
Zaha had offers from Palace and Saudi Arabia but chose to head to Turkey.
Fulham and Wolves agree on a fee for Jimenez.
Fulham has agreed terms with Wolves for Mexican striker Raul Jimenez, and you wonder what the Lilywhites are thinking.
Aleksander Mitrovic has accepted an offer from Saudi Arabia and would like to join.
Fulham has identified the Mexican as his replacement, but how much quality is left in Jimenez?
He hasn’t been the same since the incident with David Luiz. Fingers crossed.
Man U to return for Kane?
It was widely reported that the Red Devils pulled out of a deal to sign Harry Kane due to the price.
And with some rumours flying around that United could bid big for Kylian Mbappe, the latest reports suggest Manchester United could well be back for the Tottenham striker.
United does need a strong centre forward, but will Kane head to Old Trafford?
Sabitzer to Borussia Dortmund
Bayern Munich midfielder Marcel Sabitzer has agreed terms with Borussia Dortmund and will be joining the club for a fee in the region of €19 million.
Sabitzer spent the second half of last season at Manchester United, where he contributed to the club’s third-place finish in the league.