Latest transfer updates from Serie A and England

Clubs in the Italian Serie A and England are shuffling left right and centre to acquire new players this summer and a lot of moves are pending.

Italian Serie A and English Premier League clubs are becoming more and more active as the summer transfer window matures. The likes of Manchester United, Juventus, Internazionale, Napoli and others are keen on identifying players suited to their respective clubs.

Luis Muriel close to signing for Serie A high-flyers

According to Sky Italia, Serie A outfit, Atalanta are on the verge of completing a permanent move for Luis Muriel. After qualifying for the Champions League following a third place finish, the Bergamo club is looking to add more strength to the squad. And Luis Muriel is one player who is going to make a difference.

Napoli asks why can’t Real Madrid loan James Rodriguez

The Colombian midfielder spent two seasons on loan at Bayern Munich from Real Madrid, but Los Blancos want the Partenopei to buy him if he's leaving Madrid.

The Colombian spent the second half of last season on loan at Fiorentina and is going to leave Seville for a fee believed to be in the region of €15 million. He scored six goals in 19 appearances and would be eager to do even better in the Serie A next season.

Manchester United to go all out for West Ham duo

After seeing Matthijs de Ligt say no to a move to Old Trafford, Manchester United are looking to raid West Ham United for two of their brightest stars. Young defender Issa Diop and teammate Declan Rice are getting a lot of interest from the Red Devils who are willing to make a sensational swoop this summer. The club is in dire need of a sound defender and a midfielder and the Hammers duo could be the long-term solution.

James Rodriguez set to leave Real Madrid….again

Italian Serie A outfit, Napoli are on the verge of signing Real Madrid outcast James Rodriguez. The Colombian is set to sign for Carlo Ancelotti’s side on a season long loan.

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