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Piazon makes short loan move from Chelsea to Fulham

Piazon joins the list of 36 other Chelsea players currently out on loan. Credit: PA

Fulham have signed Brazilian midfielder Lucas Piazon on loan from Chelsea until January 15, 2017.

The Cottagers announced the 22-year-old's arrival from their west London neighbours on Wednesday evening.

"Fulham Football Club is pleased to announce the signing of Lucas Piazon on loan from Chelsea until January 2017," a story on Fulham's official website read.

Piazon joined Chelsea in 2011 and has had loan spells at Malaga, Vitesse Arnhem, Eintracht Frankfurt and Reading. He made 27 appearances and scored five goals, including one at Craven Cottage, for the Royals last season.

Man City rookie joins Sunderland for a season on loan

Man City youngster Jason Denayer has joined Sunderland on a season-long loan deal.

The 21 year-old central defender has already won 7 caps for Belgium's senior team, and he joins Didier Ndong at the Stadium of Light, who completed his £13.6m transfer from Lorient earlier today.

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Everton sign Calvert-Lewin from Sheffield United

Everton have signed 19 year-old Dominic Calvert-Lewin from Sheffield United on a four-year deal.

The promising forward spent last season on loan at Northampton Town where he featured in 20 League Two fixtures, scoring five goals.

Calvert-Lewin will link up with Everton's under-23 squad and is not expected to play for the Toffees at senior level until next season at the earliest.

Reach joins Sheffield Wednesday from Middlesbrough

Adam Reach has completed his move from Middlesbrough to Sheffield Wednesday for an undisclosed fee.

The 23-year-old winger passed a medical earlier today and will be able to make his debut in the match against Wigan on Saturday 10th September.

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Hull City confirm signing of midfielder from Man United

Hull City have completed the signing of midfielder James Weir from Man United.

The 21 year-old passed a medical at Hull's training ground after a fee was agreed between the two clubs, who met in the Premier League last weekend.

Weir has signed a three-year contract with the Tigers and will be hoping to add to the one Premier League appearance he made at United last season.

Former Liverpool defender Arbeloa joins West Ham

Former Liverpool defender Alvaro Arbeloa has joined West Ham on a one-year deal.

The experienced Spanish full back was released by Real Madrid in the summer after helping them win the Champions League twice during his seven-year spell at the club.

Liverpool striker joins Nice on a free transfer

Liverpool misfit Mario Balotelli's miserable spell at Anfield is finally over after he completed a move to Nice.

Balotelli will get the chance to impress with Nice in Ligue 1. Credit: PA

The Ligue 1 side have got the Italy international, who scored just four goals in 28 appearances, for free but the Reds did not have to pay off the 26-year-old, which was a distinct possibility for a time as numerous European clubs turned down the chance to sign the striker.

Balotelli spent last season on at former club AC Milan after just one campaign at Liverpool, having been signed by former manager Brendan Rodgers for £16million.

"We are very pleased to welcome Mario," president Jean-Pierre Rivere told ogcnice.com.

"We hope that Nice, in a family atmosphere, he will find the pleasure of the game.

"We know, him and us, that nothing will be easy but with the desire and, hopefully, the support of all our fans we will allow it to flourish and bring his talent to the service of the team."

Allan Nyom joins West Brom from Watford

West Brom have completed the signing of Watford defender Allan Nyom with Wales forward Hal Robson-Kanu set for a medical.

Nyom, who made 32 Premier League appearances for Watford last season, has signed a four-year contract after a £3m move.

"I received a call from my agent last night and he told me about the offer to come here and I was happy to do so," he told wba.co.uk.

"Last year was my first in England. I was so happy to play in the Premier League as I think it is one of the best leagues in the world. I enjoyed it a lot.

"The Premier League is completely different to other leagues because here there is more intensity, more fight... the atmosphere in England is better than Spain.

"The team here is good and with good players, a team that plays together. I'm going to try to bring energy and to give my best every game; I want to help the team."

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