Daily News Summary: Rooney rejoins Everton; Chelsea sign Roma defender Rudiger

Check out all important news in the past 24 hours in All Football’s Daily News Summary.

 

 

 

TOP STORIES

OFFICIAL: Man United striker Wayne Rooney rejoins Everton on a two-year deal

 

 

Everton confirm that Wayne Rooney has rejoined the Club from Manchester United on a two-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

OFFICIAL: Chelsea sign Roma defender Antonio Rudiger on a five-year contract

 

 

Premier League Champions Chelsea have officially signed Roma defender Antonio Rudiger on a five-year contract and the 24-year-old will wear the No.2 shirt.

TRANSFER UPDATES

Paulinho urges Guangzhou to grant him dream move to Barcelona

 

 

The Brazil midfielder says he would be happy to take a pay cut at Camp Nou and wants his current club to be similarly allowing in negotiations.

French media claim Dani Alves has reached an agreement with PSG

 

 

Dani Alves has been on the hunt for a new club since his Juventus contract was rescinded and he is believed to be close to signing for one.

Arsenal ready to splash the cash again on £45million for Thomas Lemar

 

 

Arsenal are ready to break their previous transfer record for the second time this month by lodging a £45m bid for Monaco’s Thomas Lemar in a bid to demonstrate their renewed intent to win the Premier League.

Antoine Griezmann splits with agent after failed move to Old Trafford

 

 

Atletico Madrid striker no longer represented by Eric Olhats due to ‘image and future no longer being in harmony.

Milan eye Modric in January from Real Madrid

 

 

Milan know they won’t tempt Luka Modric from Real Madrid this summer, but could try again in January if he struggles for playing time.

WHAT THEY SAY

Rooney: I’ve Worn Everton Pyjamas For Past 13 Years!

 

 

Wayne Rooney has revealed how he’s always retained his love for the Blues – including wearing Everton pyjamas for the past 13 years!

Mourinho: I wish Rooney well for the future

 

 

Wayne Rooney is to rejoin Everton, 13 years after signing for the Reds from the Merseyside team.

Sergio Ramos: The goal is to make the history of Madrid bigger

 

 

On Monday Real Madrid’s pre-season for the 2017/18 campaign begins, and perhaps that’s why Sergio Ramos, in captain mode, has already begun to park the euphoria of the twelfth Champions League win and is ready to set new goals.

Strootman: I hope Rudiger would be the last Roma goodbye this summer

 

 

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