News from around the web
Transfer news LIVE! Liverpool in Kabak talks; Upamecano to Man United; Romero latest; Arsenal, Chelsea gossip
West Ham sealed a potential £30million deal for Brentford's Said Benrahma, while Tottenham nabbed Jose Rodon from Swansea and Crystal Palace
News from Eyefootball
West Ham have finally completed the signing of Brentford attacker Said Benrahma for a fee of around £25 million. The transfer saga went right down to the wire as the Hammers secured the talented attacker's signature at the last minute on transfer deadline day.
West Ham United are confident of landing the signature of Said Benrahma from Brentford before Friday's transfer deadline, Standard Sport reports.
West Ham United have reportedly won the race to sign Brentford winger Said Benrahma, who was previously linked with the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea.
Crystal Palace are reportedly prepared to shatter their transfer record as they seek to sign Ismaila Sarr from Watford before the domestic transfer deadline.
Arsenal could go head-to-head with Chelsea in the race to sign Said Benrahma from Brentford this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly joined Chelsea in the race to sign Said Benrahma from Championship side Brentford.
Chelsea have received a boost in signing Said Benrahma following Brentford's failure to secure promotion to the Premier League.
Leicester City are reportedly ahead of Chelsea in the race to sign Brentford winger Said Benrahma during the summer transfer window.
Chelsea and Arsenal are among the Premier League sides, who are aiming to land the signature of Said Benrahma from Brenford this summer.
Arsenal have reportedly joined Chelsea and Leicester City in the race to sign Brenford winger Said Benrahma during the summer transfer window.
Chelsea are understood to have made contact with Brentford over the possible transfer of Said Benrahma at the end of the season.
Arsenal have reportedly joined the likes of Newcastle United and Leicester City in the race to sign Said Benrahma from Brentford at the end of the season.
The Championship is a hotbed of talent, but every so often, a player makes his mark on the second tier in emphatic style, prompting calls for Premier League sides to come in and bring them to the big time. Here are five that could make it in the top flight.