Done Deals: 7 Deals That Were Officially Announced Friday July 1

 

Mohamed Salah signs new Liverpool contract

Mohamed Salah has ended speculation around his future by renewing his contract with Liverpool.

The Egypt international has put pen to paper on a three-year contract with the Merseyside outfit, with the Ex-Roma winger set to earn £350,000 per week, making him the highest-paid player in the club’s history.

Richarlison Joins Spurs From Everton

Antonio Conte’s Spurs has completed the signature of Ex-Watford attacker, Richarlison from the Toffees for a reported fee of £60 million.

Both Premier League clubs confirmed on Friday that the Brazil international has committed his future to the London based outfit on a five-year contract, moving to London after 4 years at Everton.

The 25-year-old featured in 152 matches for Merseyside outfit in all competitions, netting 53 goals.

Tolisso returns to Lyon on five-year deal

Corentin Tolisso has returned to French club, Lyon on a 5-year contract from German heavyweights, Bayern Munich

The France international left the Ligue outfit to join the Bavarians for a fee of €41.5m in 2017 & enjoyed five trophy-laden years with Bundesliga side.

Manchester City sign new goalkeeper on three-year deal

Premier League Champions, Manchester City have signed Arminia Bielefeld’s goalie Stefan Ortega Moreno on a 3-year permanent contract after his deal expired with the German outfit.

The Germany international is expected to serve as Ederson Morales backup for the 22/23 campaign.

André Onana Completes Inter Move On A Free Transfer From Ajax

Inter have announced the capture of Andre Onana on a Bosman deal from Dutch Champions, Ajax.

The italian club released a statement on the club’s homepage confirming that the Cameroon international has signed a deal with the club.

Coach Jorge Sampaoli leaves club in shock exit

Argentine tactician, Jorge Sampaoli has resigned from his role as Marseille manager, Both parties parted ways through mutual consent.

The French side said in a statement: “We would like to sincerely & warmly appreciate Jorge Sampaoli for his work.

Arsenal midfielder Matteo Guendouzi makes permanent Marseille switch

French midfielder Matteo Guendouzi has completed his transfer to Marseille, the Gunners confirmed today.

The 23-year-old spent last campaign on loan at the Stade Velodrome and, as part of that deal, the Ligue 1 side had the option to make the deal a permanent one this summer transfer window.

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