Daily News Summary: Man Utd agree £75m Lukaku deal; Vallejo back to Real first team

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Man Utd agree £75m fee with Everton for striker Romelu Lukaku

Manchester United have agreed a fee of around £75m with Everton for striker Romelu Lukaku.The 24-year-old Belgium international scored 25 Premier League goals last season.

OFFICIAL: Jesus Vallejo returns to Real Madrid first team

OFFICIAL: 20-year-old centre-back Jesús Vallejo returns to Real Madrid first team after a season on loan at Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt.

TRANSFER UPDATES

Casillas confirms that he has signed a new one-year contract with Porto

Iker Casillas confirms that he has signed a new one-year contract with Porto to continue his second campaign in Primeira Liga.

Barcelona’s £20m Paulinho bid rejected by CSL side Guangzhou Evergrande

The La Liga giants have been made aware that the Brazil international midfielder will not be going anywhere during the European summer transfer window.

OFFICIAL: Leicester City sign midfielder Vicente Iborra from Sevilla

Leicester City have officially signed Vicente Iborra from Sevilla. The 29-year-old defensive midfielder has put pen-to-paper on a four-year deal at King Power Stadium

Barcelona and Real Madrid step up chase for Ceballos

The midfielder could have a choice to make between Spain’s two biggest clubs after the youngster starred for the Under-21s

Belotti third on Chelsea’s shortlist as Man United hijack Lukaku

Torino striker Andrea Belotti is third on Chelsea’s shortlist of forwards as Manchester United look to beat them to the signature of Romelu Lukaku.

Barcelona will make their first official bid for Arsenal’s Bellerin

The meeting between Hector Bellerin and Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger in London on Tuesday was the starting point for talks which promise to be long and hard, even though the ball is in Barcelona’s court.

Gigio Donnarumma will sign for four years at Milan

Gigio Donnarumma will reportedly sign for four years at Milan, but his release clause won’t be dependent on the Champions League.

WHAT THEY SAY

Neville: Lukaku can take United to another level in place of Ibrahimovic

The Everton striker has been tipped to make Manchester United more dangerous in transition after Zlatan Ibrahimovic was not retained

Andrea Conti: ‘Can’t wait to get started with Milan’

“I’m really excited, I can’t wait to get started with Milan,” the full-back of Atlanta told reporters at the airport.

Italy’s Minister of Education: ‘Don’t give up school, Gigio’

Italy’s Minister of Education has defended Gianluigi Donnarumma from criticism but urged the Milan goalkeeper to complete his high-school diploma.

Guardiola brands Man City’s season a “disaster” during charity night

“I don’t think anyone regarded it as a season of transition, if you don’t win a trophy it is a disaster,” Guardiola told a Rory McIlroy charity event.

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