All the news from the transfer market for this Thursday, July 21, 2022. Registrations, withdrawals, transfers, renewals and reactions from the protagonists of a summer when football is once again in the news in the main European championships and around the world. LaLiga, Bundesliga, Premier, Italian Serie A…
Official: Vitolo arrives on loan at Las Palmas until the end of the season
Las Palmas has formalized the incorporation of Vitolo in the yellow ranks, where the Grand Canarian will live his third stage. He does this on loan from Atlético Madrid, where Simeone does not have him. His unsuccessful loan spell last year at Getafe pushed Vitolo back home, where the 32-year-old intends to reinvigorate his Segunda career.
Vadillo travels to Eibar to sign his transfer
Álvaro Vadillo, who played on loan for the second half of last season at Málaga CF, travels to Eibar this Thursday to sign his loan, as Marca report. Diego Martínez, Espanyol’s new coach, doesn’t have it.
Muriqi “officializes” his signing at RCD Mallorca on the networks
The Kosovar striker He shared a video on his social networks in which he erases his farewell letter from RCD Mallorca in a clear attempt to announce that the deal is already done.
Bombazo Levante in second
The Granota team are close to completing the signing of Wesley Moraes, who Aston Villa paid €25m for two seasons ago.
Dani Alves finds a team
As reported by Daily recording from Mexico, Pumas are said to be very close to signing Dani Alves, formerly of FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC, among other clubs. The Brazilian is free after completing his contract with Barca and according to this media his arrival is imminent.
Celta will not be Neto’s fate
Sport newspaper reports that Barcelona goalkeeper Neto will not play for Celta de Vigo after the clubs failed to reach an agreement. The Galician team have already set their sights on another goalkeeper, Dragowski, from Fiorentina, who Espanyol also wants. Napoli would be another possibility for Neto.
“If Cristiano comes, we will have time to talk”
Atlético de Madrid midfielder Marcos Llorente was asked by El Larguero about the possibility of the colchoneros signing Cristiano Ronaldo: “They talk about so many names that don’t end up coming up that it’s useless to talk If he comes, it will be time to A lot happened with high level players and then it was smoke You all know him and you know everything he achieved (laughs) It’s more the technical staff and the club who have to decide.”