Conte to Milan & Boateng to PSG: The Latest Transfer News in European Football

Alex Campean

Thursday, July 26, 2018 7:07 PM UTC

Thursday, Jul. 26, 2018 7:07 PM UTC

Former Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte, set to replace Gennaro Gattuso at AC Milan. 

<h2>Richarlison to Everton</h2><p>Marco Silva has finally made his 1st transfer of the summer, adding Richarlison from his former club Watford. Everton has completed the signing of the Brazilian youngster for a fee of £40m. The 21-year old attacking midfielder is a talented player who can also play as a left forward but also as a left midfielder and most of all he has an amazing relationship with his manager Marco Silva. Given Watford lack of attacking firepower, Richarlison last season numbers were great as he scored 5 goals, delivered 4 assists, and was called MotM is 4 occasions.</p><h2> </h2><h2><strong>Jerome Boateng to Paris Saint-Germain</strong></h2><p>Bayern Munich’s chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has told reporters that Germany’s defender Jerome Boateng is negotiating a move to French giants Paris Saint-Germain. At the moment, his agents are in talks with the French side and more than that Bayern’s chief declared that he will not oppose the transfer if the two clubs will find the correct price. Boateng has played 258 matches for Bayern Munich since 2011, scoring 8 goals and winning Champions League, 6 domestic titles and 3 German Cups. He is evaluated at 45 mill euros on Transfermarkt.</p><h2> </h2><h2>Andre Schurrle to Fulham</h2><p>Borussia Dortmund and Germany international midfielder and former Chelsea player Andre Schurrle returns to the Premier League after 3 years and a half. Newly promoted Fulham have signed him on a two-year loan deal from German giants BVB. He will wear number 14 shirts and in his 1st press conference he declared he that he has to fight for my starting XI place but he thinks that he can help his new team as he loves possession, attacking and making runs and that he can’t wait to show his qualities.</p><p> </p><h2>Alvaro Morata to AC Milan</h2><p>After a poor season with Chelsea in the Premier league, the Spanish striker is ready to change leagues as he is a step closer to a Serie A return after reportedly saying yes to a move to AC Milan. It seems like he is not part of the new plans and that a move to another team is the perfect option for his and his future. Spaniard failed to adapt to London after his £60million move from Juventus to Chelsea last summer. Chelsea have set their asking price for the striker between £58m-£62m.</p><p> </p><h2>Antonio Conte to AC Milan</h2><p>AC Milan’s new owners have already sacked 2 members of the staff, sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli and chief executive Marco Fassone with Milan’s legend Gennaro Gattuso expected to have the same fate. The owners are keen to appoint Antonio Conte as their new managers and have reportedly contacted regarding his availability. Antonio Conte was sacked by the Blues and now he is trying to solve his dispute with his former side who owes him around £10m which could take few months to resolve.</p><h2 style="text-align:center"><a href="https://www.sportsbookreview.com/picks/">For Live Odds on all of today's Football matches click here!</a></h2>
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