Newly-promoted Norwich have agreed a loan deal for Liverpool defender Andre Wisdom.
The 22-year-old, who signed a new five-year contract with the Reds in May, is likely to complete the move in the next couple of days.
The Canaries will pay a loan fee of £1.25million for the England Under-21 defender, who can operate as a full-back or in the centre.
Wisdom spent last season on loan at West Brom, having previously impressed in the Sky Bet Championship for Derby in a temporary spell the previous campaign.
Chelsea have sold defender Filipe Luis back to Atletico Madrid after just a season at Stamford Bridge.
The Brazilian left-back has moved back to the Vicente Calderon, having won the Premier League and and Capital One Cup during his year in England.
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West Brom have agreed a deal worth up to £8million for Hull defender James Chester.
The 26-year-old is due at the club for a medical on Tuesday afternoon with terms agreed to move to The Hawthorns.
He is expected to tie up the switch within the next 24 hours after leaving Hull's training camp in Austria as Tony Pulis' recruitment drive gathers pace.
Burnley have completed the signing of striker Chris Long from Everton for an undisclosed fee.
Long, who has enjoyed loan spells at MK Dons and Brentford, has signed a three-year deal with the Championship side.
Michel Platini is set to run for the Fifa presidency and an announcement could come as early as Wednesday to confirm his candidacy.
Platini, the Uefa president, held further talks with football powerbrokers at the 2018 World Cup draw in St Petersburg at the weekend and is now confident he has the support necessary to win.
The election to succeed Sepp Blatter will take place on February 26 in Zurich.
Blackpool striker Nile Ranger has returned to the club after eight month's absence without leave.
The former Newcastle man has not played or even trained with the club since November, but had his contract renewed by the League One side.
Russia president Vladimir Putin says outgoing Sepp Blatter deserves a Nobel prize for his work at Fifa.
Blatter, who is set to leave his role of Fifa president this year, has received the backing of Putin after a meeting in St Petersburg on Saturday, as Russia prepare to host the 2018 World Cup.
Putin also offered his support to Blatter over the Fifa corruption scandal, saying he doesn't believe any of it.
"We all know the situation developing around Mr Blatter right now. I don't want to go into details but I don't believe a word about him being involved in corruption personally," Putin told Swiss broadcaster RTS.
"I think people like Mr Blatter or the heads of big international sporting federations, or the Olympic Games, deserve special recognition. If there is anyone who deserves the Nobel prize, it's those people."
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes Arsenal are in a position to make a serious challenge for the Premier League title.
Arsene Wenger has invested heavily in recent times, which should see them fight it out for top spot, according to Mourinho.
"If you add up the amounts clubs have spent in the last three or four years I think maybe you will find a surprise," Mourinho, who allowed goalkeeper Petr Cech to join Arsenal in an £11million deal last month, said in the Guardian.
"If you put Ozil plus Alexis Sanchez, plus Chambers, plus Debuchy, you will find a surprise.
"It's a fantastic squad with good players, fantastic goalkeeper, they are more than ready to be a title contenders."
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