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Transfer News: Chelsea ready to battle Newcastle for Lazio star, Palhinha confirms Fulham switch

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Chelsea ready to battle Newcastle for Lazio star

Football Italia claim Chelsea are keen on Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.

The Blues, along with Newcastle, are reportedly interested in the attacking midfielder but netiher have so far matched Lazio’s valuation, which is thought to be close to £100m.

Palhinha confirms Fulham switch

Joao Palhinha has officially confirmed that he will be joining this summer, calling time on a decade at Portuguese side Sporting CP.

The 26-year-old, who has 14 caps international caps to his name, has told RTP that he has completed a move to Craven Cottage, although it is yet to be officially announced.

Chelsea are still working on a deal to sell Hakim Ziyech.

The Blues are looking to offload the winger, while have been linked to the likes of Raphinha and Raheem Sterling.

AC Milan appears the likely destination at this stage.

Journalist Fabrizio Romano said: “AC Milan & Chelsea will be in direct contact again for Hakim Ziyech deal. Negotiations started two weeks ago and still ongoing to agree on the final formula.

Wolves snub Francisco Trincao

Wolves have officially opted against keeping hold of Francisco Trincao after taking him on loan from Barcelona last season.

The 22-year-old, who was seen as a major coup for the West Midlands side, only managed two goals and one assist in the Premier League. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Bruno Lage and co opted against triggering their £25million buy option.

Everton rival Leeds for USMNT star Adams

Leeds are still looking into a loan deal with RB Leipzig for United States international Tyler Adams, but CBS Sports claims that they face competition for the 23-year-old midfielder.

Everton are also said to be keen, while La Liga side Sevilla may yet join the race for the USMNT star.

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