Everton lost against Dynamo Dresden in a pre-season friendly match on Friday.
The Reds goalkeeper has suffered a broken hand and will miss two months of the season.
The midfielder is set to join Everton after they activated his release clause.
The Blues were beaten by Dynamo Dresden on Friday.
Welcome to this morning's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Charlie Taylor linked to Middlesbrough again' and 'Middlesbrough looking at Filip Helander?' plus more, so delve in below.
The talented youngster is one of football's most promising prospects.
Leeds United defender Liam Cooper hopes to recover from injury soon.
The club has so far made just two signings ahead of the new season.
The striker once again scored against Arsenal on Friday.
Glasgow Rangers will take on Burnley at Ibrox in a pre-season friendly today.
The Palermo forward could be just what Everton need next season and beyond.
Liverpool have regularly been linked to Leicester City star.
Tottenham Hotspur and Everton have arguably the two best strikers in the Premier League amongst their ranks.
Celtic have been raided by Southampton three times in recent seasons.
Leeds United let Adam Clayton go to Huddersfield Town for mere pocket change - now he's proving his worth in the Premier League with Middlesbrough.
Steven Gerrard praises Everton midfielder Tom Davies, while Ian Wright is impressed with Mason Holgate.
Eric Dier is said to be happy at Tottenham Hotspur, despite interest from Manchester United.
Former England manager turned pundit Glenn Hoddle is fully expecting West Ham United to take drastic action to solve their woes next season.
Former Tottenham Hotspur youngster Nathan Byrne may have struggled at White Hart Lane - at least based on his comments at Charlton Athletic.
HITC Sport understands a number of clubs are monitoring Forest defender's contract situation.
Surely Carl Frampton knew what he was getting into when he surrendered his super-bantamweight titles and immediately targeted the biggest, baddest opponent at 126lb: the undefeated three-division champion Léo Santa Cruz.
There were enough reasons to doubt whether Jason Day could win back-to-back US PGA Championships – namely a pre-tournament rush to hospital with his wife, a mild bout of illness for Day himself, the failure to play a single practice hole at Baltusrol before Wednesday and, in round two, the playing of his first seven holes in two over par. Day was drifting.
A dispirited but candid Rory McIlroy admitted to a “pathetic” putting performance after missing the cut at the US PGA Championship to ensure 2016 will conclude without a major win for the Northern Irishman.