Rayo Vallecano appoint Iraola
Andoni Iraola has been named as Rayo Vallecano’s new manager.
Vallecano finished eighth in Segunda Division this season with Iraola arriving after stints with AEK Larnaca and Mirandes.
Everton planning Dalot swoop
Everton are hoping to sign Manchester United defender Diego Dalot for just £10 million ($13m), reports the Mirror.
The Red Devils paid nearly double that for the full-back in 2018 but he has struggled to secure regular minutes at Old Trafford with the Toffees now hoping to land a bargain.
Leeds wants Liverpool’s Wilson
Liverpool winger Harry Wilson has emerged as a target for Leeds United, according to The Sun.
Wilson spent last season on loan at Bournemouth and is contracted at Anfield until 2023.
Leeds, however, are contemplating a £15 million ($19m) offer with Aston Villa and Newcastle also circling.
Tottenham finalise Hojbjerg deal
The Denmark international is on the move
Southampton midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg is set to join Tottenham as soon as next week, claims The Athletic.
Spurs will pay £19 million ($25m) for the 25-year-old, who will join on a five-year deal once he completes a medical.
Hojbjerg joined the Saints from Bayern Munich in 2016.
Whelan free to leave Watford
Watford have decided against handing young Watford midfielder Callum Whelan a new contract, according to the Watford Observer.
The former Manchester United academy product had featured for the first-team in the FA Cup this season but is now free to leave the club.
Bournemouth turn down Ramsdale offer
Sheffield United’s £12 million (€13m/$15m) offer for goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has been rejected by Bournemouth, reports the Daily Mail.
Ramsdale is contracted to the Cherries until 2024 and they are in no rush to sell another player after the departure of Nathan Ake to Manchester City.
Aubameyang nearing Arsenal agreement
The Gabon star looks set to stay at the Emirates
Arsenal are hopeful Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is close to re-signing with the club, claims the Telegraph.
The Gunners have offered the striker a new three-year deal worth £250,000-a-week.