Indian Super League side Odisha FC signed Jacob Tratt on a one-year deal from A-League.
Follow the News18 Sports live blog for all the transfer news and gossip from both Indian football and European transfer 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.
As Tottenham Hotspur announce their squad numbers for the upcoming season, Danny Rose does not feature on the list.
According to Spurs manager Jose Mourinho, Serie A's Genoa are in a "privileged position" to sign Danny Rose.
James Tarkowski is likely to stay at Burnley as David Moyes accepted that West Ham United may not meet the asking price of 50 million pounds.
Moyes said at thir Premier League oepener's press-match press conference: "I would have to say so, in this market and this window it would. I think we've all taken a little bit of a knock from the COVID-19 situation, we certainly have, and because of that it would make it difficult.
"But we're trying to get good players and bring in players that will improve the squad. We're not going to just pick willy-nilly, I want to try and pick ones that I want. If Burnley say no and Sean says no then I totally respect that decision. But yes, we have made a couple of offers for him."
Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho is confident of signing a new striker as a back up for Harry Kane.
"I want, I need a striker, but I want to make it very, very clear that the club knows that I need a striker and they also want a striker," Mourinho said ahead of Spur's Premier League opener.
"Are we going to get one? I believe so, I honestly believe so. The team needs it for the balance of the squad."
Thiago Alcantara has stalled over signing an extension with Bayern Munich having been linked to the two Premier League sides.
Alexandre Lacazette will stay on at Arsenal as Mikel Arteta at the Premier League's pre-match press conference said that the Frenchman is keen to fight for his place at the London club.
Lacazette has been rumoured to be on his way out of the Emirates with Juventus or Atletico Madrid being likely destinations.
"He is really happy here. He wants to continue improving and contributing to the team," Arteta said.
"I know how good he is, the impact he’s having.
"He knows about the competition he has as well with the front players so again he needs to demand himself to be the best striker at this football club the same as the rest and he was very happy to hear that and the way he’s been training and conducting [himself] has been excellent."
Newcastle United's Isaac Hayden and Karl Darlow have signed a six-year and five-year deal respectively.
Lotte Wubben-Moy has joined Arsenal Women.
21 year-old Wubben-Moy had made 13 appearances for Arsenal before her move to US college team North Carolina Tar Heels.
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Kerala Blasters are keen on signing A-League team Wellington Phoenix's Gary Hooper and have offered him a contract as well, according to India's transfer specialist Marcus Mergulhao. He further said that Hooper has offers from elsewhere too, including Russia, and a decision is expected in the next couple of days. Furthermore, if the Hooper deal doesn't materialise, they have identified another striker from Segunda.
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Gonzalo Higuain and Danny Rose (Photo Credit: AP)
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.
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.
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