It's officially July and the summer transfer season is in full effect. Eden Hazard has already left Chelsea, but another attacker is also on his way out from Stamford Bridge.
Here's the latest news about the Premier League:
Chelsea: After an unsuccessful six-month loan in London, Chelsea have decided not to make the move permanent for striker Gonzalo Higuain. The Argentinian is set to return to Juventus, where he has two years remaining on his current contract. Higuain scored just five goals in 18 appearances for Chelsea.
Brighton & Hove Albion: The club has successfully completed a move for midfielder Leandro Toussard, who turned down an offer from Arsenal and other elite European clubs to sign with Brighton. A season ago, Toussard led Genk to the Belgian Division A title with 22 goals and 11 assists. Per his agent, he turned down a move to a bigger European club because "he has not skipped a single step in his career. He could go to Atlético or Arsenal today, beautiful clubs, but that is too early," his agent Josy Comhair said.
Chelsea: The Blues have completed a permanent transfer of midfielder Mateo Kovacic from Real Madrid for a fee of $45 million. Kovacic spent the previous season on loan at Stamford Bridge.
Manchester United: The Reds have completed the signing of right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace. The deal is worth $63.5 million over five years. at age 21, Wan-Bissaka is one of the fastest rising stars in Europe.
Manchester United: Even with the addition of Wan-Bissaka, the Reds have also inquired about signing Newcastle United midfielder Sean Longstaff. Man U made a formal request for the 21-year-old midfielder and would like to complete a transfer before their July 7 pre-season trip to Australia begins.
Tottenham Hotspur: Defender Serge Aurier will miss the remainder of the Africa Cup of Nations tournament after a muscular tear.
Liverpool: In his first competitive start since being sidelined in May, defender Naby Keita suffered a setback to a "high-grade adductor" injury.
Tottenham Hotspur: Defender Danny Rose has been with Tottenham for 12 seasons, but the 28-year-old is open to a move this summer. PSG, Everton, and Manchester United have all shown interest in Rose.
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