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The transfer market It closes this Thursday at 12 o’clock in the evening and the clubs are rushing until the last moment, as has become the custom in recent years, to strengthen themselves. Barcelona, ​​the great artist of this summer’s transfer window, announced at noon the termination of the contract of Danish striker Martin Braithwaite and the departure of Dest to Milan has been confirmed, while the Barça club hopes to close the departure of Aubameyang and the arrival of Marcos Alonso, in a barter with Chelsea. Sevilla, in need of reinforcements after its poor start to the championship, has announced the arrival of its Danish compatriot Kasper Dolberg on loan from Nice. Valencia announced the transfer of Ilaix Moriba to replace Carlos Soler, signed by PSG, and confirmed the departure of Maxi Gómez to Turkey. Meanwhile, outside of Spain, the Manchester City He was reinforced by another central defender, Manuel Akanji, for 17 million from Borussia Dortmund.

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Braithwaite signs with Espanyol:

Danish striker Martin Braithwaite leaves for RCD Espanyol. Hours after confirming his release from his contract with Barcelona, ​​Braithwaite has signed with the Budgies side until June 2025. The Dane remains in the city.

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The last day of the market has an expenditure of more than 145 million euros

Just over two hours from the close of markets, club spending on the last day of the transfer window amounted to 145.25 million euros. This amount was split into 455 footballer moves throughout this Thursday, according to Transfermarkt.

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Valencia formalizes the sale of Carlos Soler:

The departure of Carlos Soler for Paris is now official. Valencia have announced the sale of the Spanish international to PSG. The Valencian youth squad signs until 2027 with the Parisians, where they will seek to gain a foothold in the eleven with the World Cup in sight. The operation closes at 22 million euros between the fixed payment and the various Informa target bonuses Save Slack.

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Mojica near Villarreal:

Villarreal CF, in the absence of official status, have agreed with Elche CF on the transfer of Colombian left-back Johan Mojica. Mojica will have to deposit in La Liga the 5.5 million euros which his termination clause amounts to. Curiously, Mojica prepared this week with Elche for the game against Villarreal on Sunday and now he will wear yellow for the game. Inform Save Lolgado.

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Kluivert replaces Bryan Gil:

Justin Kluivert’s arrival at Mestalla comes after Tottenham Hotspur refused to part ways with Bryan Gil. The player had made his second loan to Valencia CF in weeks and both clubs were waiting for ‘Spurs’ to find a replacement for the Andalusian who, in the end, was unsuccessful and called off the deal. The player regretted it on his Instagram profile. Inform Save Slack.

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Kluivert, near Valencia:

After formalizing the arrival of Ilaix Moriba from RB Leipzig on loan, Valencia CF also closed Justin Kluivert’s loan with AS Roma until the end of the year. The Dutchman uploaded a photo from the airport to his Instagram profile, mentioning his agent, where with the word ‘ready’ he confirms his arrival at the Mestalla club. Inform Save Slack.

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Sevilla renews its attack:

Sevilla have completed their squad planning with the signing of winger Januzaj (free) and Dolberg, a striker who arrives on loan from Nice with an option to buy. Both will occupy the places of Lucas Ocampos (on loan to Ajax) and Munir (transferred to Getafe). Sevilla previously signed Marcao, Nianzou, Alex Telles and Isco. Koundé, Diego Carlos, Ocampos, Luuk de Jong, Pozo, Augustinsson, Munir, Berrocal, Óscar, Idrissi and Iván Romero have left the club. The balance is 91 million in revenue from the sale of signatures and 28 in expenses. Inform Raphael Pineda

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