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Transfer News LIVE: All breaking news with Everton midfielder Bernard ‘ready for an exit’ as Manchester United still linked with move for Real Madrid star Raphael Varane

The summer transfer window is alive and kicking as clubs across Europe look to strengthen their rosters for next season.

It is the future of Tottenham striker Harry Kane who will dominate much of the headlines until the window closes on August 31 at 11pm BST.

Manchester City are the favorites to sign the England captain, and Sportsmail also understand that they are confident they are securing a £100million transfer for Jack Grealish.

Meanwhile, Manchester United are about to announce the move of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, while Arsenal have reportedly made progress in their bid to sign Ben White after agreeing a £50m deal.

Sports post keep you up to date with the latest negotiations, rumors and deals below.

Bryan Swanson leaves Sky Sports News after 18 years to become new Director of Media Relations at FIFA headquarters in Switzerland, as he thanks broadcaster for ‘incredible journey’

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Bryan Swanson leaves Sky Sports News after nearly two decades with the broadcaster to become FIFA Director of Media Relations. The channel’s Chief News Reporter is best known to millions of football fans for his frantic updates on the day of the transfer deadline. Swanson posted a Twitter message on Thursday morning confirming his departure as he moves to Switzerland to take up his new position at the governing body of world football.

Everton winger Bernard ‘ready to leave in the summer as he talks to clubs in the UAE about a summer move’… with the Toffees looking to monetize the Brazilian, who is in the final year of his contract

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The 28-year-old fell out of favor under former Toffees boss Carlo Ancelotti last season, starting just three league games after struggling with consistency. Now in the final year of his contract, Everton are set to cash in on the player they signed for free in 2018, with UAE side Sharjah, one of the clubs interested in Bernard, according to The Athletic. New Everton boss Rafa Benitez has been told he must cut the club’s inflated wage bill and that Bernard will most likely leave if a suitable offer comes along.

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