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Juventus are reportedly on the brink of completing the signing Memphis Depay from Barcelona.
Juve have been in talks with Depay over a move as he looks to terminate his contract with Barcelona.
And talks between the two parties have been exacerbated recently with Juve offering the winger a two-year contract, plus €6million annually, according to Calciomercato.
Meanwhile, Watford stars “openly celebrated” Emmanuel Dennis’ departure to Nottingham Forest, according to reports.
The striker, 24, completed his £20million transfer to the Premier League new boys on Saturday.
But according to the Daily Mail, the squad at Vicarage Road were delighted to see the back of him.
Elsewhere, West Ham are closing in on a double deal for Chelsea’s Emerson and Paris Saint-Germain’s Thilo Kehrer.
SunSport understands West Ham are confident of completing moves for left-back Emerson and centre back Kehrer this week.
West Ham are hopeful the pair could even be included in the squad to face Brighton on Sunday so long as they are signed before the Friday deadline.
A bid for Italy international Emerson is believed to have been submitted by the club on Monday worth £13million.
German defender Kehrer, 25, is in the final year of his contract in France and Ligue 1 giants PSG want a fee of around £16m. He has also been linked with Sevilla.
In other news, Newcastle United have reportedly placed a bid for Watford ace Joao Pedro.
The Magpies submitted an offer of £20m for the striker, according to Football Insider.
But Watford are yet to accept the proposal made for the attacker who joined them three years ago.
Finally, Juventus have reportedly agreed terms with PSG star Leandro Paredes.
That’s according to Fabrizio Romano who claims Paredes is keen on the move to Turin.
However, the Bianconeri still have to work out a price with PSG for the midfielder.
And Romano also revealed Adrien Rabiot’s switch from Juve to Man United will play a key part in the deal coming together.
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