Man Utd, Tottenham, Juventus and other transfers you might have missed

With the window set to close tomorrow teams are getting business done at the last possible moment

4:33pm on Sunday 4th October 2020
Martin Macdonald

There's a day to go of this extended European transfer window and teams are desperately trying to get deals over the line to complete their squads for the first part of the season.

Here's a lowdown on some deals you might have missed.

Diogo Dalot

Man Utd to Milan

Fee: Loan

The full-back was signed for £20m just two years ago but has barely featured at all in the right back position and he will be hoping to restart his career at a Milan side who are looking better this season than they have in a few years.

Juan Foyth

Tottenham to Villarreal

Fee: Loan with option to buy

Jose Mourinho is very particular about the centre-backs he likes to have at the club and clearly Foyth doesn't fit the bill, so the best thing for the player is to move him out where he can get some regular game time.

The Yellow Submarines have built a decent squad this season under Unai Emery and can expect to get regular minutes, particularly with a tough Europa League campaign to complete as well.

Daniele Rugani

Juventus to Stade Rennais

Fee: £1m loan fee

Rugani wanted to play and with Mattijs de Ligt to return from injury he was unlikely to get a look-in in Turin.

Rennes are in the Champions League and are being ambitious about the squad they are building, adding more experience to their ranks.

Luis Suarez

Watford to Granada

Fee: £6m

The other Suarez who was up for a move in this window, who struck 19 goals on loan at Real Zaragoza in the Segunda last season.

Watford's relegation forced them to sell and Granada are the beneficiaries of a good finisher who still has room to develop, at 22 years of age.

Alex Berenguer

Torino to Athletic Bilbao

Fee: £11m

The wide forward produced a mixed spell in Italy with Torino but did provide eix goals and two assists from his wing position last season and Athletic have added them to their ranks for the new season.

The former Osasuna player is still only 25 and will give the Basque side more options in attack.

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