THE Premier League transfer window has only FIVE days to go and England's biggest clubs are still looking to thrash out some deals.
Harry Maguire is closing in on on his £85m Manchester United move – he's been 'spotted' on the way to have his medical.
Check out ALL of the latest updates from what could be a huge summer in the transfer market below…
NEYMAR shoved out of PSG team photo after Champions Trophy win in humiliating moment for the Brazilian.
A video of the French champions' trophy celebrations shows how quickly things turned sour between two of Europe's biggest stars.
The 27-year-old winger had to be brought back into the celebrations by Marco Veratti after Mbappe initially pushed Neymar out of them.
FABIAN DELPH injured just five minutes into Everton friendly.
The 29-year-old was selected to start against German side Werder Bremen, but got injured a mere five minutes into the match.
Toffees fans expressed their frustrations on twitter, with one stating: “Nothing new there then”.
Another wrote: “Rain is wet, fire burns, Delph gets injured”.
MANCHESTER CITY forward Lukas Nmecha joins Wolfsburg on loan.
The 20-year-old former England U21 turned Germany U21 player was loaned out to Preston North End last season, where he made 41 Championship appearances, scoring three goals and making eight assists in the process.
It is a season long loan, so the player will hope to impress in the Bundesliga, much like former Manchester City talent Jadon Sancho.
CRYSTAL PALACE are close to selling striker Alexander Sorloth to Turkish side Trabzonspor.
Sky Sports are reporting that the Norway international is currently in Turkey to finalise the move.
In 18 months at Selhurst Park, the 23-year-old has struggled, staring just four Premier League matches during this time.
BRENDAN RODGERS hails Harry Maguire deal as “an incredible piece of business” as the centre-back undergoes Manchester United medical.
After Leicester's 2-1 win over Atalanta on Friday, the Scot said the 26-year-old is “a special player” who's “been super professional” in spite of the ongoing transfer rumours.
In spite of his respect for Maguire, the former Liverpool and Celtic manager admitted it's “incredible” business for the Foxes.
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