Luis Suarez has been asked to train on his own by new Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman as he prepares to leave the La Liga club for Juventus, according to the Mail. While the Catalan club prepares to face Nàstic de Tarragona on Saturday, September 12, in a pre-season friendly.
Follow the News18 Sports live blog for all the transfer news and gossip from both Indian football and European market.The Indian football transfer window is open till October 20, 2020 while the European transfer window is open for 10 weeks - from July 27 to October 5. This year has been an exception for the football transfer window as well due to coronavirus pandemic with the dates extended and altered according to season end. This year, the Indian football transfer market has seen a lot of buzz as well with clubs trying to make smart buys in limited budgets.
The Mail reports that EPL big guns like Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal are among the clubs monitoring the situation when it comes to the future of Barcelona forward Antoine Griezmann.
The French forward started for the world champions in their UEFA Nations League match against Sweden, which they won 1-0
News from I-league 2nd division. Kolkata club Mohammedan SC has roped in former Neroca FC and Mumbai City FC forward Singam Subhash Singh! What do you make of this Black Panthers family?
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DONE DEAL ✅— Mohammedan SC (@MohammedanSC) September 6, 2020
Former Neroca FC and Mumbai City FC forward Singam Subhash Singh joins Mohammedan SC ! ⚽️🇮🇳🏆💪🏻🏳️🏴#blackpanthers#jaanjaanmohammedan#indianfootball#MissionILeague#LeagueForAll pic.twitter.com/sE19O4RjmN
This is what Jamshedpur FC's newest recruit Peter Hartley had to say after joining the Men of steel. JFC fans are you excited to see him at the furnace in the Indian Super League?
Hartley's signing bolsters Jamshedpur FC's defence ahead of the upcoming 2020-21 Indian Super League season. He also holds Owen Coyle in high regard and said he had no second thoughts about joining the club.
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Jamshedpur FC completed the signing of former Motherwell FC captain Peter Hartley. The 32-year-old defender has signed a contract with the ISL club for the 2020-21 season. In the previous season, Hartley captained Motherwell to third place in the Scottish Premiership -- behind only legacy clubs Celtic and Rangers -- which qualifies the team for the UEFA Europa League 2020-21.
Our HART is too full right now! 🤩— Jamshedpur FC (@JamshedpurFC) September 6, 2020
The former @MotherwellFC captain, @peterhartley88 signs for Jamshedpur! 💪
Read more about our new signing: https://t.co/BOxkXS2JEK#JamKeKhelo #HartOfJamshedpur pic.twitter.com/kNmKJTh8NO
Luis Suarez and Arturo Vidal have both told that they are not a part of new Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman's plans for the revival project. Both of them training separately from the rest of the team as they prepare to leave for Juventus and Inter Milan, respectively, ESPN reported.
Meanwhile, Philippe Coutinho was back at the club after his loan spell at Bayern Munich and was seen training.
Georginio Wijnaldum, who established himself as a crucial cog in Jürgen Klopp’s machine since his arrival at Liverpool in the summer of 2016, is set to move to Barcelona for a 15million Euro transfer. With Klopp keen to sign Bayern Munich's Thiago Alcantara, Wijnaldum's departure looks more or less certain, reports the daily star.
INDIAN FOOTBALL TRANSFER DEALS
85. Odisha FC signed Aizawl FC duo of Isak Vanlalruatfela (winger) and Paul Ramfangzauva (midfielder). They have signed 4 year and 3 year deals respectively.
84. Odisha FC signed wingers Baoringdao Bodo and Premjit Singh. Odisha FC also signed defender Kamalpreet Singh from East Bengal.
83. Rochharzela signs for NorthEast United FC from Aizawl FC. They have also signed Nabin Rabha.
82. Pratik Chaudhari (defender) and Lalthuammawia Ralte (goalkeeper) signed for Bengaluru FC from Mumbai City FC and East Bengal, respectively.
81. Hyderabad FC signed Chinglensana Singh Konsham (defender) from FC Goa.
80. Bhupender Singh (forward) signs for Jamshedpur FC from I-League side Sudeva FC.
79. FC Goa sign Alberto Noguera (midfielder) from La Liga 2 side CD Numancia.
78. Hyderabad FC announced the signing of Joel Chianese (forward) from Perth Glory.
77. Laldinpuia PC (defender) is set to join Aizawl FC from Electric Veng FC.
76. Kerala Blasters signed Argentine midfielder Facundo Pereyra.
75. Odisha FC sign ISL veteran Marcelinho. The Brazilian earlier represented Delhi Dynamos, which changed into Odisha FC when they changed their base.
74. I-League second division club Bengaluru United signed Rana Gharami on a two-month deal from Odisha FC.
73. Odisha FC announced the signing of 29-year-old Brazilian striker Diego Mauricio from Brazil 2nd division side CSA.
72. Chennaiyin FC appointed Hungarian Csaba Laszlo as their head coach.
70. Hyderabad FC signed Brazilian midfielder Joao Victor.
69. Jamshedpur FC signed Ricky Lallawmawma (defender) from ATK Mohun Bagan on a two year contract.
68. Mohammedan Sporting rope in Gani Ahmed Nigam from Hyderabad FC.
67. Rohit Kumar moved to Kerala Blasters from Hyderabad FC on a one-year contract.
66. Alfred Jaryan (midfielder) signed a one-year contract extension with Aizawl FC.
65. NorthEast United FC appointed Gerard Nus as their head coach.
64. Manvir Singh (forward) signed for ATK Mohun Bagan from FC Goa
63. Pawan Kumar moved to Jamshedpur FC from NorthEast United FC.
62. Alex Lima signed with Jamshedpur FC from Vietnamese club HCM City.
61. Sandeep Singh (defender) signed for Kerala Blasters from TRAU FC.
60. Ajith Kumar (defender) made a move from Chennai City FC to Bengaluru FC.
59. Nerijus Valskis signed for Jamshedpur FC, moving with Owen Coyle.
58. Carl McHugh signed a contract extension with ATK Mohun Bagan until 2021.
57. Himanshu Jangra (forward) signed for Mohammedan Sporting from Punjab FC.
56. Jamshedpur FC expected to sign English defender Peter Hartley from Scottish side Motherwell FC.
55. Kai Heerings (defender) moved from NorthEast United FC to MVV Maastricht.
54. Anwar Ali (defender) signed for Mohammedan Sporting from Mumbai City FC. But his case is currently with AIFF and whether or not he will be allowed to play will depend on his medical case. He had a heart problem.
53. Oswaldo Henriquez, who had a contract with Kerala Blasters, broke it due to coronavirus crisis in India.
52. Jackichand Singh (winger) signed for Jamshedpur FC.
51. Rafael Crivellaro extended his Chennaiyin FC contract for a year.
50. Sumit Rathi (defender) extended his stay at ATK Mohun Bagan until 2025.
49. Subhasish Bose signed for ATK Mohun Bagan from Mumbai City FC.
48. Halicharan Narzary (winger) signed with Hyderabad FC.
47. Hyderabad FC signed goalkeeper Subrata Paul.
46. Eli Sabia (defender) extended his contract with Chennaiyin FC for another year.
45. Sheikh Sahil (midfielder) signed a contract extension with ATK Mohun Bagan until 2023.
44. FC Goa announced the massive signing of Spanish centre back Ivan Gonzalez.
43. Nerijus Valskis (striker) officially left Chennaiyin FC.
42. Mumbai City FC's Paulo Machado (midfielder) mutually terminated his contract with the club.
41. Owen Coyle became the coach of Jamshedpur FC after managing Chennaiyin FC last season.
40. Edu Garcia (midfielder) extended his stay at ATK Mohun Bagan until 2022.
39. FC Goa signed Jorge Ortiz Mendoza (winger).
38. Denechandra Meitei (defender) left TRAU FC and signed for Kerala Blasters.
37. NorthEast United FC announced retention of Wayne Vaz, Lalengmawia, Nonthoinganba Meetei, Subhasish Roy Chowdhury and Rakesh Pradhan.
36. Sahal Abdul Samad signed a contract extension with Kerala Blasters until 2025.
35. Pritam Kotal (defender) extended his stay at ATK Mohun Bagan until 2022.
34. Hugo Boumous (forward) announced his exit from FC Goa.
33. Nishu Kumar (defender) makes the big money move from Bengaluru FC to Kerala Blasters.
32. FC Goa signed Spanish striker Igor Angulo, who has scored about 80 goals in the last four years in the Polish league.
31. Willis Plaza (forward) signed for I-League second division club Mohammedan Sporting from Churchill Brothers.
30. Kingslee Fernandes (midfielder) made a move from FC Goa to Churchill Brothers.
29. Dipanda Dicka (striker) moved to Real Kashmir FC from Punjab FC.
28. Jessel Carneiro (defender) extended his Kerala Blasters contract until 2023.
27. Nestor Dias (midfielder) signed a two-year contract extension with FC Goa.
26. Mashoor Shereef (defender) moved to NorthEast United FC from Chennai City FC.
25. Roy Krishna (forward) extended his contract with ATK Mohun Bagan for a year.
24. Cleiton Silva (forward) signed with Bengaluru FC.
23. Thoiba Singh (midfielder) made a move from Punjab FC to Odisha FC.
22. Leander D'Cunha (defender) extended his FC Goa contract until 2023.
21. Edu Bedia (midfielder) extended his contract with FC Goa until 2022.
20. Laldinliana Renthlei (defender) moved from Chennaiyin FC to Jamshedpur FC.
19. Wungngayam Muirang (defender) moved from Gokulam Kerala FC to Bengaluru FC on a two-year deal. They also signed Joe Zoherliana (defender) from Aizawl FC.
18. Hendry Antonay (defender) and Saurabh Meher (defender) moved to Odisha FC from Indian Arrows.
17. Redeem Tlang (forward) moved from NorthEast Untied FC to FC Goa.
16. Mumbai City FC signed Chanso Horam (midfielder) from Neroca FC on a long-term contract.
15. Jose Luis Espinosa Arroyo aka Tiri (defender) moved from Jamshedpur FC to ATK Mohun Bagan.
14. Rohit Danu (forward) made a move to Hyderabad FC from Indian Arrows for an undisclosed amount.
13. Givson Singh (forward) signed for Kerala Blasters from Indian Arrows for a fee of Rs 3.02m.
12. Ponif Vaz (defender) moved from Churchill Brothers to NorthEast United FC on free transfer.
11. Vikram Pratap Singh (forward) made a move from Indian Arrows to Mumbai City FC for Rs 5.03m.
10. Samuel Lalmuanpuia (midfielder) signs for Odisha FC from Kerala Blasters on a free transfer.
9. Sandesh Jhingan (defender) parted ways with Kerala Blasters after spending six seasons with them.
8. East Bengal announced the signing of midfield trio of Eugeneson Lyngdoh (from Bengaluru FC), Milan Singh (from NorthEast United FC) and Mohammed Rafique (from Mumbai City FC).
7. George D'Souza (defender) signed for Odisha FC from Sesa Football Academy.
6. Rafique Ali Sardar (goalkeeper) moved from Jamshedpur FC to East Bengal.
5. Sehnaj Singh (midfielder) signed for East Bengal from ATK.
4. Mohammad Irshad (midfielder) signed for East Bengal from Gokulam Kerala FC.
3. 23-year-old Ritwik Das (midfielder) moved from Real Kashmir FC to Kerala Blasters.
2. Kamaljit Singh (goalkeeper) moved to Odisha FC from Hyderabad FC.
1. Mandar Rao Dessai (defender) moved from FC Goa to Mumbai City FC.
EUROPEAN FOOTBALL - SEPTEMBER TRANSFER DEALS (So Far)
1. Gabriel Magalhaes was signed by Arsenal from Lille for 26m pounds.
2. Ivan Rakitic moved back to Sevilla from Barcelona for 1.5m pounds after reportedly being told by new coach Ronald Koeman that he wasn't a part of his plans.
3. Manchester United signed Donny van de Beek from Ajax Amsterdam for 35m pounds.
4. Matty Cash made a move to Aston Villa from Nottingham Forest for 16m pounds.
5. Timothy Castagne went to Leicester City from Atalanta for 25m pounds.
6. Brahim Diaz went on loan to AC Milan from Real Madrid.
7. Dani Ceballos arrived back at Arsenal from Real Madrid on loan.
8. Chelsea made the big signing of Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen for 71m pounds, after weeks of rumours.
9. Allan was signed by Everton from Napoli for 21.7m pounds.
10. Wolves signed Fabio Silva from Porto for a club record fee of 35m pounds.
1. Pernille Harder (midfielder), who played the Champions League 2019-20 final for Wolfsburg, signed for Chelsea to become the world's most expensive female footballer.
2. England international Rachel Daly (forward) has joined West Ham on a short-term loan from Houston Dash.
EUROPEAN FOOTBALL - AUGUST TRANSFER DEALS
1. Troy Parrott went on loan to Millwall from Tottenham Hotspur.
2. Angel Gomes moved to Lille from Manchester United on a free transfer. From Lille, he has been sent on loan to Boavista
3. Ferran Torres joined Manchester City from Valencia for 20.8m pounds.
4. Nathan Ake was signed by Manchester City from AFC Bournemouth for 41m pounds.
5. Mohammed Salisu moved from Real Valladolid to Southampton for 10.9m pounds.
6. Alexis Sanchez made a permanent move to Inter Milan from Manchester United for free.
7. Liverpool signed Kostas Tsimikas from Olympiakos for 11.75m pounds.
8. Jack Harrison went on loan to Leeds United from Manchester City.
9. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg was signed by Tottenham Hotspur for an undisclosed fee from Southampton. In return, Kyle-Walker-Peters moved from London to Southampton for 12m pounds.
10. Francis Coquelin and Dani Parejo moved from Valencia to direct La Liga rivals Villarreal for an undisclosed amount. This transfer business led to a lot of controversy after which the Valencia officials had to come on record to stay that the club needed the money to survived after being hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
11. Blaise Matuidi went to Inter Miami in the Major League Soccer (US) on a free transfer from Juventus.
12. Willian moved from one part of London to another as he swapped the Chelsea blue for the Arsenal colours (free transfer).
13. Will Norris was signed by Burnley from Wolves.
14. Jan Vertonghen went to Benfica.
15. Manchester United youngster Tahith Chong was sent on loan to Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga.
16. David Silva moved to Real Sociedad from Manchester City for free.
17. West Bromwich signed Matheus Pereira from Sporting Lisbon for an undisclosed fee.
18. Joe Hart moved from Burnley to Tottenham Hotspur on a free transfer.
19. Claudio Bravo was released by Manchester City.
20. Reinier went to Borussia Dortmund on loan from Real Madrid.
21. Aaron Ramsdale made a move from Bournemouth to Sheffield United for 18.5m pounds.
22. Lukas Nmecha was sent on loan to Anderlecht by Manchester City.
23. Ben Chilwell was signed by Chelsea from Leicester City for an undisclosed amount.
24. Chelsea signed Malang Sarr from Nice on a free transfer.
25. Thiago Silva joined Chelsea on a free transfer from PSG.
26. Rodrigo was signed by Leeds from Valencia for 27m pounds.
27. Matt Doherty moved from Wolves to Tottenham Hotspur for an undisclosed fee.
28. Henrikh Mkhitaryan moved from Arsenal to AS Roma.
29. Pedro moved from Chelsea to AS Roma after the expiry of his contract with the Blues.
30. Pablo Moreno was signed by Manchester City from Juventus.
1. Grace Kazadi (defender) joined Atletico Madrid on loan from Olympique Lyonnais.
2. Rangers signed Lizzie Arnot (forward) from Manchester United.
3. Brazilian international defender Kathellen Sousa joined Inter Milan from Bordeaux.
4. Jodie Taylor (striker) joined Lyon on a six-month loan from OL Reign.
5. Matilde Fidalgo (defender) moved from Manchester City to Benfica.
6. Guro Reiten (midfielder) extended her Chelsea contract.
7. Emelyne Laurent (forward) joined Atletico Madrid from Lyon.
8. French international striker Valerie Gauvin signed for Everton.
9. Manchester City signed American midfielder Sam Mewis.
10. Rose Lavelle (midfielder) made the big move to Manchester City.
11. Atletico Madrid announced the signing of England international midfielder Jade Moore on loan until February from Orlando Pride.
12. Welsh international legend Jessica Anne Fishlock (midfielder) joins the Royals on loan from Olympique Reign.
13. Australian international Alanna Kennedy (defender) and Canadian international Shelina Zadorsky (defender) have both signed for Tottenham Hotspur on loan from Orlando Pride.
14. Argentine Dalila Ippolito (midfielder) signed for Juventus.
15. Everton signed Scotland international Claire Emslie (forward) on loan from Orlando Pride for the 2020-21 season.
16. Lina Hurtig (forward), who had interest from Atletico Madrid as well, signed for Juventus.
EUROPEAN FOOTBALL - JULY TRANSFER DEALS
1. Adam Lallana moved from Liverpool to Brighton & Hove Albion on a free transfer.
2. Dejan Lovren moved to Zenit St Petersburg from Liverpool for 11m pounds.
3. Joel Veltman made a move to Brighton & Hove Albion from Ajax Amsterdam.
4. Achraf Hakimi moved to Inter Milan from Real Madrid for 36m pounds.
5. Leroy Sane signed for Bayern Munich from Manchester City for 44.7m pounds.
1. Lola Gallardo (goalkeeper) and Sara Bjork Gunnarsdottir (midfielder) joined Lyon.
2. Australian international Steph Catley (defender) signed with Arsenal.
3. Charlotte Voll (goalkeeper) joined PSG on a contract running till 2022.
4. Atletico Madrid signed Pauline Peyraud-Magnin (goalkeeper).
5. Malin Gut (midfielder) signed with Arsenal.
6. Dutch international Merel van Dongen (defender) signed with Atletico Madrid.
7. Chloe Kelly (forward) moved to Manchester City from Everton.
8. PSG signed Swiss international Ramona Bachmann (forward) on a two-year deal.
9. PSV signed Australian striker Kyah Simon.
10. Hayley Raso (forward) extended her stay with Everton.
11. Inter Milan signed Ilario Mauro (striker) from Fiorentina.
12. Dutch goalkeeper Hedvig Lindahl joined Atletico Madrid from Wolfsburg on a contract till 2022.
13. 21-year-old Matilde Lundorf (defender) joined Juventus from Brighton & Hove Albion.
14. Atletico Madrid signed Italian international Alia Guagni (defender).
15. Arsenal signed Melbourne City goalkeeper and Australian No.1 Lydia Williams.
16. Manchester United signed England midfielder Lucy Staniforth.
17. MacKenzie Arnold (goalkeeper) signed for West Ham United.
18. Norway international Ingrid Moe Wold (defender) signed for Everton.
19. Switzerland's Noelle Maritz (defender) signed for Arsenal.
20. Ona Batlle (defender) signed for Manchester United from Levante.
21. Manchester United completed the signing of German forward Ivana Fuso on a two-year deal with option to extend another year.
22. Everton signed Danish forward Nicoline Sorensen.
23. Atletico Madrid signed German international Turid Knaak (midfielder/striker).
24. Former AC Milan midfielder Nora Heroum signed a one-year contract with Brighton & Hove Albion.
25. Everton signed Danish defender Rikke Sevecke on a two-year deal.
26. West Ham United signed Czech international Katerina Svitkova (midfielder). She is a three-time Czech footballer of the year.
27. Inessa Kaagman (midfielder) signed for Brighton & Hove Albion.
28. Liverpool signed Danish footballer Amalie Thestrup (striker).
29. West Ham United signed France international Hawa Cissoko (defender).
30. Canadian international Jessie Fleming joined Chelsea, turning down the NWSL Draft.
31. Lee Geum-min (forward) joined Brighton & Hove Albion on loan from Manchester City.
32. RSC Anderlecht signed former Manchester City striker and Belgium international Tessa Wullaert.
33. Bethany England (midfielder/forward) extended her contract with Chelsea.
34. Erin Cuthbert (forward) signed a new three-year deal with Chelsea.
EUROPEAN FOOTBALL - JUNE TRANSFER DEALS
2. Cedric Soares was signed by Arsenal from Southampton for an undisclosed amount.
3. Arthur signed for Juventus from Barcelona for 66m pounds.
4. Miralem Pjanic made a move to Bacelona from Juventus for 54.9m pounds.
1. Mandy van den Berg (defender) joined PSV from Valencia.
2. 18-year-old German wonderkid Lena Oberdorf (midfielder) joined Wolfsburg from SGS Essen on a three-year contract. She was voted as the "world's most talented teenager" by Goal this year and is Germany's youngest-ever World Cup player.
3. Jill Scott (midfielder) extended her contract with Manchester City till 2022. She will also combine her role with a position as a coach.
4. Shanice van de Sanden (forward) extended her contract with Olympique Lyonnais till 2021.
5. Denmark international Katrine Veje (defender) moved to FC Rosengard from Arsenal.
6. Claudia Pina (forward), a La Masia product, extended her contract with Barcelona till 2023.
7. Stefanie van der Gragt (defender) signed for Ajax. She is a European champion, World Cup runner-up, and Champions League runner-up.
8. Tottenham Hotspur extended the contracts of goalkeeper Becky Spencer, defender Ashleigh Neville, midfielder Anna Filbey and forward Rianna Dean.
9. Finland international Tuija Hyyrynen (defender) extended her stay with Juventus until 2021.
10. Finland international Adelina Engman (forward) departed from Chelsea and moved to French side Montpellier.
11. PSG signed Benedicte Simon (defender) on a contract running till 2023 from Reims.
12. Ellie Carpenter (defender) moved from Portland Thorns FC to Olympique Lyonnais.
13. Kirsty Hanson (forward) extended her Manchester United contract till 2021.
14. Gemma Davison (winger) extended her contract with Tottenham Hotspur until 2021.
15. Eve Perisset (defender) made a move to Bordeaux from PSG.
16. Atletico Madrid signed Leicy Santos (midfielder) from Colombian club Independiente Santa Fe on a one-year contract.
17. Amy Turner (defender) extended her contract with Manchester United for one more year.
18. Dzsenifer Marozsan (midfielder) and Sarah Bouhaddi (goalkeeper) extended stay at Olympique Lyonnais till 2023 and 2024, respectively.
19. Chelsea signed English midfielder Niamh Charles.
20. Jessica Sigsworth (forward) extended her Manchester United contract by a year with an option to extend it for a further year.
21. French international Sakina Karchaoui (defender) made a move from Montpellier to Lyon.
22. Ella Toone (forward) extended her contract with Manchester United till 2022.
23. Kheira Hamraoui (midfielder) extended her Barcelona contract for another year.
EUROPEAN FOOTBALL - APRIL AND MAY TRANSFER DEALS (Only Women's Football)
1. Kadidiatou Diani (forward) turned down a move to Lyon and signed a three-year contract extension with PSG, making her the second highest paid female footballer after Ada Hegerberg.
2. Denmark forward Nadia Nadim, Brazilian midfielder Formiga and Polish defender Paulina Dudek extended contracts with PSG.
3. Finnish attacking midfielder Iina Salmi and Dutch striker Ellen Jansen signed for Valencia from Ajax on free transfers.
4. PSV signed Dutch goalkeeper Sari van Veenendaal from Atletico Madrid on a one-year contract. Van Veenendaal won the Golden Glove at FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 and then won the best goalkeeper award in FIFA The Best awards.
5. Bayern Munich striker Mandy Islacker signed for FC Koln on a free transfer. The German international is a Champions League winner, an Olympic gold medalist, and was the Bundesliga top scorer in both 2015-16 and 2016-17.
6. Polish international Kasia Kiedrzynek (goalkeeper) made a move from PSG to Wolfsburg on a 3-year contract.
7. Olympique Reign, US Women's Super League club, signed Japanese forward Yuka Momiki and sent her on loan to Swedish club Linkopings FC.
8. Brazilian midfielder Luana Bertolucci Paixao extended her contract at PSG till 2021.
9. Levante announced the signing of French international Sandie Toletti (midfielder) on a contract running till 2022.
10. Arsenal vice-captain Jordan Nobbs (midfielder) signed a new contract with the club.
Marcelinho (L), Pernille Harder (C) and Kai Havertz. (Photo Credit: ISL, Harder Twitter and Chelsea Twitter)
In the Indian football transfer window, ATK Mohun Bagan, FC Goa and Odisha FC have been the most active ones while Jamshedpur FC, Chennaiyin FC and Hyderabad FC have had coach changes lately as well. While FC Goa appointed Juan Ferrando as their coach early on and hit the market, Chennaiyin and Hyderabad FC have only just found their coaches. Hyderabad, who had Albert Roca as their coach, had to be changed after the Spaniard got an offer from FC Barcelona and moved on. In the European football market, Chelsea have been on a spending spree buying extremely talented youngsters to make up a formidable squad.
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) September 5, 2020
In Europe, the biggest of the latest transfer deals have been the signing of Kai Havertz by Chelsea from Bayer Leverkusen for 71m pounds and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United getting the signature of Donny van de Beek from Ajax Amsterdam. Among the women, Pernille Harder became the most expensive female footballer in the world when she signed with Chelsea.
In India, Odisha FC have managed to sign Marcelinho while FC Goa announced the acquisition of midfielder Alberto Noguera as a direct replacement for Hugo Boumous. Also, Hyderabad FC announced the signing of forward Joel Chianese, along with Brazilian midfielder Joao Victor. Among the Indians, Nishu Kumar's move to Kerala Blasters made him the highest paid Indian defender in the market.
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