Today’s transfer updates: Onana and Timo Werner

Transfer updates on Timo Werner
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The summer transfer window has entered its final month. So all the clubs are very busy doing their business. Many things have happened today in the transfer market. Here we will let you know the latest updates on the summer transfer window.

Everton have signed Onana.

Amadou Onana has signed for the English Club, Everton FC, on a five-year deal. Everton have reached an agreement with LOSC Lille for Amadou Onana. However, the Toffees will have to pay around £33.5m for this player.

Last summer, LOSC Lille signed Amadou Onana from Hamburg for €7m. Since then, the 20-year-old Belgium international has made 11 starts and 21 substitute appearances in Ligue 1. Anyway, Everton manager Frank Lampard is very happy to get this midfielder. He said, “Amadou is a player we were really keen to bring to Everton. He has many great qualities to help strengthen our midfield and, at just 20 years old, has massive potential to get even better.”

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“I spoke to him about why Everton was the right club for him and we’re all looking forward to him showing what he can bring to the team,” the manager added.

Timo Werner is on his way to re-join RB Leipzig.

Timo Werner is on his way to re-join RB Leipzig as Chelsea have agreed to sell him. Chelsea signed the German international from Leipzig two years ago with sky-high hopes. But, Werner failed to show his quality in the English Premier League. He scored only 23 goals in 89 appearances in all competitions for Chelsea.

As a result, he didn’t get enough game time last season. Timo Werner played only 15 games during the previous season for Chelsea. That is why Werner is also desperate to return to his old club, RB Leipzig. However, the deal has been agreed upon between the two clubs.

At first, Chelsea tried to send him on a loan move. But Leipzig always intended to sign Werner on a permanent deal. Leipzig have to pay £25.3m (€30m) plus bonuses for Werner. The player is also expected to arrive in Germany this week.