West Ham transfer news
West Ham have signed Everton midfielder Nathan Holland.
The young midfielder has penned a deal at the London Stadium until 2020 and said: “It’s amazing, I’m quite gobsmacked to be honest.
“When I first came down, Terry introduced me to all the staff and they were all very welcoming. They’ve shown a lot of faith in me and I just want to repay that and kick on.
— Nathan Holland (@NathanEHolland) January 22, 2017
“It’s all a bit of a family thing down here. Everyone is close together. It’s a brilliant set up they’ve got and I think it will only help me improve. I think I can do that.
“I like to be direct. I like to get assists and get at people and just try and dribble and combine with other people. Hopefully I can add more strength to the team.”
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Manchester United transfer news
Manchester United target Carlos Soler looks set to remain at Valencia following an increase in his release clause.
United were said to have tracked Soler last month in view of a £6.9million bid this month that would have triggered his clause.
But Valencia have no contractural obligation to sell unless a club offers £26m after the clause was raised following on the day he made his professional debut.
Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo claim Barcelona were also tracking Soler, 20, but do not want to pay such a large fee for a player untested in La Liga.
Latest transfer news on Soler (left), Holland and Lallana (right)
Liverpool star Adam Lallana (centre) is wanted at PSG
Liverpool transfer news
Paris Saint-Germain want to sign Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana, according to The Times.
PSG director Patrick Kluivert is said to be keen on landing England international Lallana in the summer.
He has also set his sights on Tottenham’s Dele Alli, who is wanted at Real Madrid.
Lallana, 28, has hit top form for Liverpool this season and Reds manager Jurgen Klopp will not likely surrender the playmaker without a fight.
But PSG believe their financial muscle can convince the Anfield club to sell up.