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Duo set for Anfield exit, United turn to Draxler and all today's transfer news
Meanwhile, Matri is in London for a medical and Everton hope to complete double deal.


Game timeLiverpool and Serbia winger Lazar Markovic is close to joining Fenerbahce on a season-long loan. That may not signal the end of his future at Anfield, however, because the loan deal does not contain an option to sign the 21-year-old on a permanent basis.

Everton target double deal: Roberto Martinez has told Sky Sports that the club are hopeful they can complete the signings of Ramiro Funes Mori and Leandro Rodriguez today. Is the imminent arrival of defender Funes Mori a sign that Everton are resigned to losing John Stones to Chelsea before the end of the transfer window?

Matri in London for medical? Alessandro Matri will be in London today to undergo a medical at West Ham. It is reported that the 31-year-old striker will join the Hammers on loan from AC Milan, with no obligation to buy.

Good news for Liverpool fansFabio Borini has emerged as a late transfer window target for Watford. The newly promoted club, who have drawn all three league games so far, are keen to bolster their attacking options and the 24-year-old Italian is considering the move after falling further down the pecking order at Anfield this summer.

Baggies move for Evans: West Brom are hoping to secure the services of Northern Irishman Jonny Evans as the defender seeks a move away from Manchester United. They may face competition from Everton, however, with the Toffees also said to be interested.

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United turn to Draxler: Manchester United have joined the race to sign Germany international German international Julian Draxler, according to reports in Italy. United have been frustrated in their attempts to and a marquee names this summer and have now turned to Draxler, who is valued at £20m by Schalke.

Put Em Under Pressure: Andriy Yarmolenko has put increased pressure on Dynamo Kiev to sell him, amid interest from Everton, by saying that he is prepared to see out the final year of his contract and could then leave for nothing next summer.

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