Transfer News

USMNT Fullback Reggie Cannon Ditches FC Dallas For Portugal’s Boavista

FC Dallas announced the Reggie Cannon transfer to Portugal's Boavista FC on Wednesday. The transfer fee for the 22-year-old USMNT defender was a reported $3 million.

"This club has given me so many amazing memories," said Cannon in a statement. "I'm really excited for this opportunity."

Luis Suárez Is About To Sign For Juventus, But First He Must Go Back To School

Barcelona forward Luis Suárez is due to sit a language test on Monday in a bid to obtain Italian citizenship that would enable him to move to Serie A champions Juventus, Italian and Uruguayan media said Sunday.

There have been widespread reports that Juventus are chasing the 33-year-old Uruguayan who, if the moves go through, would line up alongside defender Giorgio Chiellini, the Italy defender he famously bit in a World Cup match in 2014.

We Stan For Everton’s Commitment To Broken Galácticos

There are some famed transfer policies in the world of football: Real Madrid’s Galácticos, Athletic Bilbao’s cantera, Guadalajara’s Mexican-born only and Newcastle’s annual $0 push for survival. But my favorite, without a doubt, is Everton’s. 

Without doing any research whatsoever, I’d venture to say that Everton has no scouting department. It’s entirely unnecessary with this approach. Instead, the club’s policy is a mixture of the nostalgia evoked from the remembrance of things past and the demand that you’ve played for a club on the Forbes rich list.

Man United Completes Deal For Ajax Midfielder For Reported $47 Million

Manchester United have signed Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek from Ajax Amsterdam on a five-year contract, the Premier League club said on Wednesday.

Financial details of the deal were not disclosed but British media reported that United paid an initial fee of 35 million pounds ($47 million) for the 23-year-old.

Donny van de Beek Transfer Fee: $47 million

With Latest Signing, Chelsea Women Are Becoming A Super Team With One Target In Mind

Lyon won its fifth straight Women’s Champions League title (seventh overall) on Sunday. How on earth do you break OL’s hegemony when they’ve so thoroughly dominated Europe? 

Buy all the other best players in the world not on Lyon. At least, that appears to be Chelsea’s plan.

Gabriel Says Insistence Of Fans Inspired Him To Sign With Arsenal

Arsenal have signed Brazilian centre back Gabriel Magalhaes from French side Lille on a long-term contract, the Premier League club said on Tuesday.

Financial details of the deal were not disclosed but British media reported Arsenal paid around 27 million pounds ($36.29 million) for the 22-year-old.

Real Valladolid Signs Israeli Striker Shon Weissman

Israeli international forward Shon Weissman has completed a move to LaLiga's Real Valladolid from Austria's Wolfsberger AC.

Weissman moves to Valladolid, the club majority-owned by Brazilian legend Ronaldo, on a contract until 2024. Manager Sergio Gonzalez's side was in need of a striker after the loan deals of forwards Enes Ünal and Sandro Ramirez expired. Weissman, 24, had moved to Austria from Israeli side Maccabi Haifa last summer. Valladolid broke its transfer record to sign Weissman on a $4.7 million deal as a result of his prolific lone season in Austria.