With just six days left in the Premier League transfer window, it is approaching crunch-time for clubs as they begin to finalise squads and make one last move before the season begins. It seems much of the action will involve Tottenham Hotspur.
Per Sky Sports, Tottenham are now willing to sell Toby Alderweireld, Danny Rose and Mousa Dembele. Each player has been involved in intense circumstances with the club. Alderweireld and Dembele's contracts expire next summer while Rose had to apologise last season after he publicly criticised the club's wage structure.
Spurs have been heavily linked with Jack Grealish and the Evening Standard reports that deal is close.
Elsewhere, Leicester City's record signing Ahmed Musa has moved to Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassri. The striker scored twice during the 2018 World Cup including one goal of the tournament contender.
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Manchester United have loaned out goalkeeper Joel Pereira to Portuguese club Vitoria Setubal for the entire season. While Alderweireld is now available, United are understood to have opted not to make an offer with Daniel Levy notoriously difficult to bargain with. Instead, according to Spanish outlet Marca, Yerry Mina's impressive World Cup form has attracted Ed Woodward's interest and the club will push to get a deal agreed with Barcelona.