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Real Madrid prodigy to join Celtic and the rest of today's transfer gossip

Meanwhile, Tottenham’s defence has been given a significant boost.

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Stubborn Sterling: Raheem Sterling has told Liverpool he won’t travel on their pre-season tour, amid reports that Man City are set to bid close to €70 million for the youngster.

Done deal: Tottenham have confirmed the signing of Toby Alderweireld — who spent last season on loan at Southampton — from Atletico Madrid.

Schneiderlin latest: Man United are hoping to sign Southampton’s Morgan Schneiderlin before their summer tour, with the Saints valuing the midfielder at around €42 million.

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Ødegaard on the rise: Celtic have won the race to sign Real Madrid starlet Martin Ødegaard on loan, according to reports.

Benteke won’t come cheap: Liverpool have been told by Aston Villa that Christian Benteke will cost them in the region of €45 million.

Casillas on the move: Porto looks to be the most likely destination for Iker Casillas, with the move ostensibly paving the way for Man United goalkeeper David De Gea’s arrival at the Bernabeu.

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Bye-bye Cabaye: The French international, once of Newcastle and currently with PSG, could be about to join Crystal Palace, while the Eagles also hope to land QPR’s Charlie Austin.

Youngster set for Chelsea: 19-year-old attacker Kenedy of Fluminense is on the verge of joining Chelsea for around €8.8 million.

Another striker linked with Liverpool: Lyon’s Alexandre Lacazette is the latest up-and-coming striker linked with a move to Anfield.

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