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Spurs target €28m Ireland midfielder McCarthy and today's transfer gossip

There are also comings and goings at Cork City, while Southampton prepare for the departure of Morgan Schneiderlin.
Jul 7th 2015, 10:42 AM 8,635 14

Soccer - Barclays Premier League - Everton v Southampton - Goodison Park James McCarthy is wanted by Tottenham. Source: Dave Thompson

Saints resigned to losing Schneiderlin: Man United are favourites to sign the French midfielder but they may have to pay as much as €38m. Southampton are planning to replace him with Dutch international Jordy Clasie. 

Promising youngster joins Man City: 18-year-old Turkish striker Enes Unal, capped at senior international level and the youngest scorer in Turkish Super Lig, has agreed a move to Manchester City from Bursaspor.

New arrival at Cork City: The Rebels have announced the signing of attacker Steven Beattie from Sligo Rovers, while Billy Dennehy has been allowed to “explore other options“.

Arry Yes

Spurs want McCarthy: Everton’s Irish international James McCarthy is subject of interest from Tottenham, who are ready to launch at €28m bid for the midfielder. They may also use Aaron Lennon, who spent last season on loan with the Toffees, as a makeweight.

Three clubs after Darmian: Torino president Urbano Cairo has revealed that they have received three formal offers for Italian full-back Matteo Darmien, with Manchester United believed to be among them.

Hammers eye up Townsend: West Ham would like to bring Spurs winger Andros Townsend across London, but will have to meet the €20m asking price.

Arry maybe

Battle on for De Bruyne’s signature: Both Man City and Paris Saint-Germain are keen on former Chelsea man Kevin De Bruyne, currently with Wolfsburg.

Casillas on his way out? With Real Madrid hoping to bring in David De Gea, FC Porto have reportedly made a bid for goalkeeper Iker Casillas.

Arry No

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