Aston Villa and Middlesbrough exchange wingers
Aston Villa have finally confirmed the signing of Middlesbrough winger Albert Adomah, for a fee believed to be around £5 million according to Sky Sports.
Villa owner Dr Tony Xia had announced the deal a little ahead of schedule on Twitter by uploading the player in a Villa shirt, but the deal has now officially gone through according to both clubs.
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Middlesbrough have brought in a winger from Villa in his place, signing talented Spanish youngster Adama Traore on a four-year contract.
Traore will link up with his compatriot Aitor Karanka at the Riverside, and certainly hope to fulfil his undeniable promise at the club after a disappointing first season in English football.
Burnley break transfer record again for Hendrick
The Clarets have broken their transfer record for the second time in weeks after agreeing a deal for Derby Country's Republic of Ireland international Jeff Hendrick.
Sean Dyche has been chasing the 24-year-old for much of the summer, with Hendrick impressing in his country's European Championships exploits.
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BBC Sport have said the deal is worth £10.5 million, beating the amount spent recently on Belgian midfielder Steven Defour.
Stoke complete Martins Indi signing; sell Wollscheid
Stoke City have completed the signing of Dutch international defender Bruno Martins Indi from Porto on a one year loan, with a view to a permanent transfer.
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His arrival follows another big name loan at the club, with the Potters having signed Wilfried Bony from Manchester City earlier in the day.
One player who is leaving the Britannia is Phillip Wollscheid, who is joining Wolfsburg according to the Bundesliga outfit's sporting director Klaus Allofs, as quoted by SportBild.