Gomes and Mina pass Everton medicals
Everton fans have seen Bernard complete his move to Goodison Park in the last half an hour, and two more players appear to be on the verge of signing for the club. Mundo Deportivo report that Barcelona duo Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes have passed their medicals and will sign for Everton imminently, with Mina permanently and Gomes on loan as they prepare to reunite with Lucas Digne.
Fosu-Mensah and Vietto set for Fulham
Fulham are having a busy deadline day, and two more names have emerged recently as Slavisa Jokanovic aims for more additions. The Guardian report that Manchester United right back Timothy Fosu-Mensah is set for a move to Craven Cottage, and Sky Sports claim that Atletico Madrid striker Luciano Vietto is West London-bound in a similar season-long loan deal, with up to five new signings potentially to be confirmed tonight.
Blackburn bid for Brereton
A surprise link has emerged late in the day, as Sky Sports claim that Blackburn Rovers have submitted an audacious £5million bid for Nottingham Forest striker Ben Brereton. The young forward may be down the pecking order at the City Ground after the arrivals of El Arabi Hillal Soudani and Lewis Grabban, but it would be a huge surprise to see Forest cash in for that amount.
Middlesbrough refuse to accept Millwall's £20m demands
Middlesbrough are flush with cash after selling Ben Gibson, Patrick Bamford and Adama Traore in recent weeks, but Boro won't be splashing the cash on Millwall duo George Saville and Jed Wallace. The Sun report that Millwall have demanded £20million for their midfield pair, and Boro have backed away, telling the Lions they won't meet their asking price after offering £10million for the duo today.
Sheffield United to offload Lee Evans
Sheffield United have been quiet today, but they look set to have one outgoing, as Lee Evans is poised to move on to Wigan Athletic according to the Daily Mail. Welsh midfielder Evans, 24, impressed for Wigan on loan from Wolves in the first half of last season, tempting Sheffield United into signing him for £750,000 in January – but he is already set to return to the DW Stadium as Max Power heads to Sunderland.