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21-Sep-2020, 06:17 am

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Wolves close in on £30m deal for Barcelona defender Semedo

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The defender looks set for a Premier League move

Wolves are in talks with Barcelona over a deal for defender Nelson Semedo, according toBBC Sport.

The Premier League club have made the 26-year-old their toptarget to replace Matt Doherty, who joined Spurs at the end of last month.

The deal for the Portugal international would be worth around £30 million (£39m).

Rennes and Napoli have both expressed interest in signing Barcelona defender Jean-Clair Todibo, according to Footmercato.

The 20-year-old has been told he has no future at Camp Nou by Blaugrana boss Ronald Koeman, who needs to raise funds through player sales this transfer window.

Schalke,Everton, Wolves, Leicester and Benfica have all been linked with the Frenchman in recent weeks.

Crystal Palace are favourites to sign Liverpool forwardRhian Brewster for around £20 million ($26m), according to the Mail.

The 20-year-old, who has also been linked with Sheffield United and West Brom,is keen to leave Anfield in order to secure regular first-team football, though the Reds will demand a buy-back option and sell-on clause.

Liverpool are also willing to sellDivock Origi, Marko Grujic and Harry Wilson before next month's transfer deadline.

AC Milan have madeFiorentina's Nikola Milenkovic their topdefensive target ahead of Celtic'sKristoffer Ajer, according to the Daily Record.

Rossoneri officials are believed to be in talks with Fiorentina over a deal for the 22-year-old, who is valued in the region of £40 million ($52m).

Should a move forMilenkovic break down then Hoops centre-backAjer is next on Milan'slist.

West Ham boss David Moyes says he wants three or four new signings, but doubts the club have the finances to get the deals over the line, according to the Standard.

Burnley defenderJames Tarkowski is one of the club'sprime targets but the Hammers have yet to agree a deal with the Clarets.

There is money to spend following the sale ofGrady Diangana to West Brom, but Moyes fears it is not enough to secure all of his targets.

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