Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Juventus agree fee with Barcelona for Suarez



Posted Wednesday, September 09, 2020 by Goal.com

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Juventus agree fee with Barcelona for Suarez

Veart to remain as Adelaide manager

Carl Veart will return as Adelaide United's manager next season, reports 7 News Adelaide.

The former Crystal Palace striker was named the Reds' caretaker coach midway through last season and has done enough to secure the job permanently

AC Milan line up Bakayoko back-up

AC Milan remain intent on signing Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko but have identified Lille's Boubakary Soumare as a back-up option, claims Gianluca Di Marzio.

The Rossoneri have struggled to complete a deal for Bakayoko and see Soumare as an ideal target should they fail to land the Blues midfielder.

Liverpool set to profit from Coutinho's Barca stay

Barcelona's decision to keep Philippe Coutinho at the club next season will likely see Liverpool pocket a further £4.4 million in transfer add-ons, according to the Mirror.

Should the Brazilian make a further 15 appearances for Barca, the Reds will be entitled to the extra fee.

New Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman is reportedly keen for Coutinho to play a big part of his squad moving forward. 

Juventus agree deal for Suarez

The Serie A champions have all but got their man

Juventus have struck a deal with Barcelona for striker Luis Suarez, claims Tancredi Palmeri.

The Turin club will pay €3 million up front for the Uruguayan with a further €13 million set to be paid via bonuses.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Juventus agree fee with Barcelona for Suarez

Klopp to talk with Wijnaldum about his Liverpool future

Jurgen Klopp with personally talk with Gini Wijnaldum about his immediate future amidst ongoing links to Barcelona, according to the Independent.

Liverpool would prefer to keep the Dutch midfielder but would be willing to let him leave if he wanted to with the Reds then expected to push to complete a deal for Thiago.

Roma closing in on Smalling deal

Roma have agreed personal terms with Chris Smalling and are confident of striking a deal with Manchester United for the defender, reports Gianluca Di Marzio.

Smalling is ready to sign a one-year deal with the club but the Italians are still negotiating with the Red Devils with the next few days deemed decisive.



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