Premier League Serie A Transfer News — 04 August 2013

GervinhoThe MLS are believed to have agreed a deal to sign USA international Clint Dempsey from Tottenham.

The attacking midfielder will assigned to a franchise when all the details are complete. Seattle Sounders are favourites to sign the 30-year-old star.

Derby boss Nigel Clough believes that star midfielder Will Hughes could move on this summer. The likes of Manchester United and Chelsea have been linked with a move for the 18-year-old. However, that interest does not appear to have resulted in any bids.

Championship Wigan could add Lazio striker Libor Kozak to their squad according to Sky Sport Italia. The Czech Republic international failed to establish himself for Lazio in Serie A, but impressed during Lazio’s Europa League campaign.

According to Sky Sports, Watford are interested in signing USA international striker Terrence Boyd from Rapid Vienna in Austria. The Hornets are looking to strengthen their attack to aide their bid for promotion.

According to the Sun, Italian champions Juventus could be set to make a £10million bid for Manchester City full-back Aleksandar Kolarov. The Serbian ace was only used sparingly last season, as then City boss Roberto Mancini rotated his squad.

Italian club Roma are expected to complete the £8million signing of out-of-favour Arsenal forward Gervinho. The Ivory Coast international’s form at the Emirates Stadium has been inconsistent. The striker is now expected to complete a move to the Italian capital.

Talking about players that could be moving to a capital, Aston Villa striker Darren Bent looks to be heading to Fulham. The two clubs are in negotiations over the move, as the Cottagers are believed to have already had a bid of around £4million turned down, but are expected to return with an offer of around £4.75million, which is closer to Villa’s £6million valuation.

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