Transfer round-up - Morata to Napoli? Schweini to be loaned out?

Sport360 staff 10:00 19/07/2016
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Morata to replace Higuain at Napoli?

With the European football season now less than a month away, transfer news continues to gather pace as clubs continue to seek reinforcements ahead of the new campaign.

The big news story of the day sees Napoli plan a move for Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, with Juventus swooping in for Gonzalo Higuain.

Sport360 rounds-up the day’s leading transfer stories.

Alvaro Morata, Real Madrid to Napoli (new target)

Napoli are outwardly trying to resist Juventus’ push for Gonzalo Higuain, but they could turn to Real Madrid again for his replacement.

The ex-Juve star and current Spain striker Morata is on their list of candidates, according to Sky Sport Italia.

Fernando, Sampordia to Spartak Moscow (DONE DEAL)

The fallen Russian giants have broken their transfer record to land the Brazil defensive midfielder.

Fernando put the final touches to the move yesterday as Samp decided to cash in after a stellar debut campaign in Serie A for the ex-Shakhtar Donetsk star.

Ragnar Klavan, Augsurg to Liverpool (in talks)

Widespread reports in the British media state a deal is imminent for the Estonia centre-back.

Liverpool are desperate for cover in defence after Mamadou Sakho was injured, Kolo Toure was released and Martin Skrtel was sold to Fenerbahce.

Bastian Schweinsteiger, Manchester United to Besiktas (in talks)

One of the first victims of a cull at Manchester United could be the Germany midfielder. Besiktas are interested in offering him an escape route, according to Fanatik.

Injuries restricted ‘Basti’ to just 18 Premier League appearances during 2015/16.

Fernando Llorente, Sevilla to Real Sociedad (new target)

The giant Spain targetman could be about to return to the Basque country, this time with La Real.

La Tarjeta Blanca reports Sevilla are happy to lend the Athletic Bilbao youth product out after scoring just four La Liga goals last term in 23 games.

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