Transfer news, rumors: Manchester United misses on target, Kyle Walker close to City
Another busy day in the summer transfer market
With the transfer window open and buzzing, we take a look at some of the transfer rumors and news around the world of soccer, from Major League Soccer to Europe.
Sigurdsson on his way out
Swansea City's Icelandic star Gylfi Sigurdsson looks to be on the brink of leaving to Everton. Linked with a move for quit some time now, the midfielder is not traveling to the United States for preseason, the club announced, citing uncertainty over his future. According to The Guardian, Everton offered $51.7 million but will increase the bid.
Surely feels like he will be on the move to Everton in what has been a crazy transfer window for the Liverpool-based club. It's a big hit for Swansea, but if the can get $60 million for him, it would be a great bit of business.
Perisic to stay at Inter
Manchester United's move for Ivan Perisic looks like it won't happen. According to Sky Sports Italia, Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio has said his move is "not going to happen."
United reportedly didn't offer the value Inter wanted for the player and weren't able to come to terms on a deal.
Tottenham accepts Manchester City's offer
Tottenham has accepted Manchester City's $64 million offer for Kyle Walker, according to ESPNFC. The England international looks set to move north following City's failed pursuit of Dani Alves, who signed for PSG on Wednesday.
It's a massive, shocking price tag for the 27-year-old, who will have a medical on Friday and becomes the replacement for Pablo Zabaleta, who left for West Ham this summer.
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