Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Liverpool and Man Utd lead calls for Premier League to make transfer window change



Posted Tuesday, September 03, 2019 by Goal.com

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Liverpool and Man Utd lead calls for Premier League to make transfer window change

Neville wanted by USWNT

The U.S. women's national team are interested in making Phil Neville their new manager, according to the Daily Mail.

Jill Ellis - who led USA to this summer's World Cup - is in the process of moving on, with Neville reportedly the number one target to be their new boss ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Verdi joins Torino on loan

Napoli have confirmed that Simone Verdi has joined fellow Serie A side Torino on loan, with an option to buy at the end of the deal.

Man Utd chasing Benfica duo

According to the Mirror, Man Utd sent scouts to Benfica's latest 4-0 victory over Braga, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly interested in both Ruben Dias and Florentino Luis.

The pair are considered to be the club's brightest prospects, with Dias an accomplished centre-back and Luis a promising defensive midfielder.

Rangers confirm Dodoo exit

Rangers had managed to free up some space in their squad for Ryan Kent after confirming the mutual termination of Joe Dodoo's contract earlier in the evening.

He joins former West Brom midfielder Graham Dorrans in exiting the club through mutual consent.

Liverpool and Man Utd lead calls for Premier League to make transfer window change

England's top clubs lead the charge to extend the deadline

Liverpool and Man Utd are among a number of clubs who are aiming to put an end to the early closure of the Premier League transfer windwow, reports the Mirror.

The deadline for several European leagues was almost a month later than in England, and so Man Utd and Liverpool among others will meet with the Premier League later next month to discuss the possibility of extending the window.

Gonalons joins Granada on loan

Newly-promoted La Liga side Granada have signed Maxime Gonalons on loan from Roma.

There is also an option to buy the former Lyon midfielder at the end of the loan.

Rangers confirm Kent signing

Rangers have confirmed the permanent signature of Liverpool winger Ryan Kent on a four-year deal.



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