Confirmed Transfers

Balotelli Signs For Fifth Club In Past Three Years In His Transformation To Pure Journeyman

Mario Balotelli. Now that’s a name I’ve not heard in a long time. A long time. The Italian striker who dazzled the world a decade ago has drifted into an abyss of irrelevancy. So, where is Balotelli now? The 30-year-old signed a new contract that will see him playing in Turkey for the 2021-22 season.

Leicester City Announces Signing Of Forward Patson Daka

Brendan Rodgers and Leicester City have confirmed their first signing of the summer. Patson Daka has arrived at the King Power Stadium after a $30 million move from RB Salzburg. 

PSG Signs Kylian Mbappé’s Little Brother, 15, To 3-Year Deal

While Paris Saint-Germain sweats over Kylian Mbappé's future at the club, his younger brother Ethan has signed a three-year youth contract until 2024, the Ligue 1 side said on Friday.

Ethan, 15, has played for PSG's youth sides in the past and joined Senny Mayulu in signing for the next three seasons.

20 Years After His Record-Setting Departure, Gigi Buffon Is Back At Boyhood Club

On July 3, 2001, Gianluigi Buffon became the most expensive goalkeeper in football, moving from Parma to Juventus for a fee of around $58 million. Now, two decades and 489 Serie A appearances later, Buffon is back at the club where it all started.

Gigi Buffon officially became a Parma player again on Thursday, signing with the Serie B side on a two-year deal. "Superman" had returned.

Inter Milan Swoops In On Italy’s Most Coveted Manager, Lazio’s Simone Inzaghi

ROME - Inter Milan did not think they would need to replace Antonio Conte this year, but in successor Simone Inzaghi, they hope to have found a natural heir.

Conte terminated his deal by mutual consent in May over frustration at Inter's plans to cut costs and sell key players due to financial problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Carlo Ancelotti Returns To Where His Heart Lies: Real Madrid

MADRID — Carlo Ancelotti returned to Real Madrid for a second spell as coach on Tuesday, re-joining the club from Everton, after agreeing a three-year deal at the Bernabeu.

The Italian was previously in charge of Real between 2013 and 2015, and replaces Zinedine Zidane, who left the La Liga club last month.

Borussia Dortmund Signs Goalkeeper Gregor Kobel From Stuttgart For $18M

Borussia Dortmund has today completed the signing of goalkeeper Gregor Kobel from VfB Stuttgart. 

The 23-year-old Swiss completed an $18.2 million move to the Westfalenstadion after making 65 appearances for Stuttgart. He arrived in Germany in 2014, signing with Hoffenheim's under-19s, before eventually moving on loan to Augsburg in January 2019. Stuttgart first signed Kobel on a season-long loan last year, when he kept 11 clean sheets in 33 appearances as the Swabians secured promotion back to the Bundesliga.