The transfer window is starting to pick up with incredible signings announced on Tuesday for multiple Premier League clubs.
Fans are waiting for deals with international players like Harry Kane and Jack Grealish to be finalised after Euro 2020 but there are still many being revealed during the tournament.
Leeds have announced a huge steal with Barcelona star Junior Firpo joining the side, while Brighton have recruited midfielder Enock Mwepu from Red Bull Salzburg.
The rumour mill also hasn’t slowed down as Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane’s deal with Manchester United is looking likely and Spurs are reportedly holding talks with Southampton and Denmark star Jannik Vestergaard.
Mirror Football has rounded-up all the major stories surrounding the league on Tuesday so you don’t miss out on any action.
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Junior Firpo signs for Leeds
Barcelona left-back Junior Firpo has signed for Leeds United in a four-year deal worth a reported £12.8m.
The signing is thought to be a replacement for the departing Ezgjan Alioski.
Firpo said: “I am really happy. I wanted to be here. I have always wanted play in the Premier League. For me it is the best league in the world. To be here at this historic club with really, really good fans I’m happy. I’m excited.
“This summer many clubs were interested in me but when [Leeds] spoke to me… they really wanted me and in that moment I said I want to go to Leeds.”
Crystal Palace new boss set to make first signing
Palace’s new manager Patrick Vieira is looking to make Manchester City teenager Morgan Rogers his first signing in charge of the club.
Rogers, 18, is valued at £7m according the Daily Mail after the youngster impressed on loan to Lincoln City last season.
Vieira was announced as the Eagles’ new boss on July 4 in place of Roy Hodgson who stepped down from the role at the end of the last term.
Enock Mwepu pens Brighton deal
Brighton have managed to secure one of their top signings this summer as Enock Mwepu has penned a four-year deal.
Mwepu arrives from RB Salzburg for an undisclosed fee and the Zambia international is the club’s first new signing of the summer.
Brighton’s manager Graham Potter said: “We’re delighted to be able to welcome Enock to the club and are looking forward to working with him.
“He has a great deal of experience for somebody of his age, including Champions League and international football.
“He’s primarily a central midfielder, although he is capable of playing in numerous positions, is open-minded, adaptable and very keen to learn and develop.
“He will add competition to our existing options in that area of the squad going into the new season.”