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Friday Kickoff: Cuadrado, Barcelona and more


Transfers are heating up with less than two weeks remaining before deadline day in Europe’s top divisions.

Juan Cuadrado’s agent is reportedly seeking a loan deal for his client to Serie A champions Juventus. Cuadrado joined Chelsea in 2015, but the Colombian winger spent a good portion of the season with Juventus. (REPORT)

Barcelona has turned its attention to Ajax goalkeeper Jasper Cillessan with Claudio Bravo reportedly on his way to Manchester City. (REPORT)

Crystal Palace head coach Alan Pardew has confirmed that Christian Benteke will undergo a medical with the club on Friday, but they still must discuss personal terms with the Belgian striker. (REPORT)

Hertha Berlin is reportedly interested in signing Arsenal’s Serge Gnarby on a loan deal, but Arsene Wenger will only allow the young attacker to go if he signs a contract extension with the Gunners. (REPORT)

Giovanni Simeone, son of Atletico Madrid head coach Diego, has signed with Serie A side Genoa after joining the club from Argentine giants River Plate. (REPORT)

West Bromwich Albion head coach Tony Pulis admits that defender Jonny Evans could go to Arsenal this transfer window, but only if the Baggies find a suitable replacement. (REPORT)

Ricardo Rodriguez is reportedly a target for Chelsea at left back, with the club lacking options outside of Cezar Azpilicueta. (REPORT)

Tottenham is reportedly interested in Espanyol goalkeeper Pau Lopez after Hugo Lloris left Spurs’ season-opening tie against Everton with an injury. (REPORT)

Watford is prepared to sign Younes Kaboul and Roberto Pereyra, with both players scheduled for medicals with the English Premier League side on Friday. (REPORT)

1 comment
  • dude1

    My goodness, if I had Diego Simeone’s son, I’d skip the physical and make him coach. Get free coaching advice from his dad. Make it happen, Genoa.


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