Done deals of the day- Mohamed Salah

Done Deals of the day: Jesus, Salah, Martinez and more

We saw quite a few deals being done today. Let’s take a look at the major transfer deals completed on August 3.

In the highlight of the day, Manchester City have signed Gabriel Jesus from Palmeiras for £27m. However, he will spend the rest of the year with Palmeiras and will join City in January.
The 19-year-old, who is one of the top young talents in South America at the moment, was also linked with a number of major European clubs including Barcelona.

 

It’s not really a transfer news, but former Everton manager Roberto Martinez has been appointed as the manager of the Belgium national team. Martinez was recently linked with the Hull City job.

 

Serie A club AS Roma has completed the signing of defender Federico Fazio from Tottenham on a loan deal, with an option to buy. The 29-year-old, who signed for the North London club in 2014 in a £8m deal, spent the second half of last season on loan at Sevilla.

 

Inter Milan have signed midfielder Antonio Candreva from Lazio for a transfer fee believed to be around £18.4m. The 29-year-old has signed a four-year contract with Inter.

 

Newcastle United complete a double transfer today. Ciaran Clark signed for Newcastle United from Aston Villa for a transfer fee believed to be around £5.1m. The 26-year-old central defender has signed a five-year contract at St. James’ Park.
The Magpies also signed midfielder Mohamed Diame from Hull City for an undisclosed transfer fee. The 29-year-old have signed a three-year contract with the Magpies. Diame played a significant role in Hull’s promotion campaign last season, and will face the same task with the Magpies next season.

 

Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah has joined AS Roma on a permanent deal. The 24-year-old, who spent last season on loan at Roma, has made his move permanent in a £16million deal.

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