Real Betis and Benfica keen on signing Barcelona midfielder Rafinha

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Real Betis remain favourites to sign Rafinha from Barcelona before the end of the transfer window, according to Sport.

The Catlan giants are willing to offload the Brazilian midfielder for €25 million, a fee which remains a sticking point for Betis.

Benfica are also prepared to meet the asking price for the 25-year-old, who only managed 48 appearances during his six years at the Camp Nou.

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PSG set to make £100m bid for Tottenham star Christian Eriksen

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PSG are set to offer £100 million to Tottenham for star man Christian Eriksen, the Express reports.

The Danish midfielder has been on Real Madrid and Barcelona’s radar all summer, but now the Ligue 1 champions have emerged as the club most likely to prepare a bid for his services.

The Parisiens are keen to make one more signing before the end of the transfer window on August 31.

Eriksen, 26, has been in talks over a contract extension at Spurs, which currently has two years remaining.

If the talisman departs London for Paris, Mauricio Pochettino would lose one of his most inspirational players.

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Nabil Fekir says failed Liverpool move is 'ancient history'

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Nabil Fekir was on the verge of joining Liverpool this summer.

Lyon captain Nabil Fekir says his failed summer transfer to Liverpool is “ancient history”.

The Frenchman was set to move to Anfield this summer, with personal terms having been agreed with the Premier League club, only for the move to fall through at the 11th hour.

Fekir, who went on to win the World Cup with France in July, said: “The missed transfer to Liverpool is totally digested.

“These are things that happen. It’s like that. We must advance. It’s ancient history.

Pressed on why the move collapsed, Fekir said: “I heard several things. The real reason is that they (Liverpool) only know it.”

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