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Did Manchester United give Eduardo Camavinga a push? 5 European transfers you missed this week

Did Manchester United give Eduardo Camavinga a push?  5 European transfers you missed this week

5 European transfers you missed this week

With the transfer window entering its final stage, teams across Europe are desperately searching for the last pieces of their gear. In this article 101 Take a look at five transfers you may have missed this week.

Florenzi exchanges Rome for Milan

Alessandro Florenzi, perhaps surprisingly, is still an AS Roma player. The Italian full-back spent last season at Paris Saint Germain, but has since been deemed over-requirements in the French capital following the arrival of Achraf Hakimi.

As such, the 30-year-old defender, apparently also unwanted by Roma and José Mourinho, has joined AC Milan on a one-season loan.

According transfermarkt, the loan includes a purchase option for the Milanese team, but there is no indication how long it would delay them.

Atlético de Madrid find the substitute goalkeeper

Atlético de Madrid have an undisputed number one in Jan Oblak, but have been looking for a suitable reserve option all summer. The Spanish team was at one point lining up a move for Roma’s Robin Olsen, but has since changed course.

Instead, Atleti have opted for Monaco’s shooting stopper Benjamin Lecomte, who made 28 Ligue 1 appearances for the team last time out. However, the addition of Bayern Munich number 2 Aleskander Nubel in a two-year loan it has allowed them to separate from Lecomte.

Danjuma joins the yellow subs

From England’s south coast to European champion, Villareal has flexed his financial muscles to bring Bournemouth winger Arnaut Danjuma into a worthwhile deal. in excess of 20 million pounds.

The Dutch winger, who scored 15 goals in 33 championship games last season, was unable to propel Bournemouth back to the Premier League the first time he asked, but will have a chance to play the Champions League with Unai’s side. Emery.

According to the Spanish team, the 23-year-old has signed a five-year contract in Spain, and has already made his debut, playing the last four minutes of his goalless draw with Espanyol.

Stade Rennais signs Camavinga’s replacement

In the meantime, Manchester United may have gotten a boost in their search for Eduardo Camavingam with Stade Rennais announcing the latest addition to their squad.

Baptiste Santamaria joins the French squad from the Bundesliga’s SC Freiburg on a four-year contract and will reinforce the ranks of Rennes center-back mdfield. According to transfermarkt, this leaves the Ligue 1 team with six options in central midfield, which could pave the way for Camavinga’s departure in the final weeks of the transfer window.

Locatelli joins Juventus

Finally, in the biggest move of the week, Juventus have closed a deal for the impressive midfielder Manuel Locatelli. The young Italian impressed at Euro 2020, and interest in the Sassuolo midfielder was significant.

Arsenal and Liverpool were thought to have expressed interest in signing the 23-year-old, and it was even thought that Arsenal would have done so. submitted a better offer than Juventus. However, the player had his heart set on Turin and finally got his wish.

The deal is an initial loan, with the obligation to buy the player for 35 million euros after Juventus won their first point of the 2022/23 campaign.

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