These are the latest confirmed deals in the ongoing transfer window.
Aim to make a good impression in the Italy Serie A after 31 years, Cremonese has reportedly strengthened their midfield with the arrival of Argentine International Santiago Ascacibar.
The 25-year-old joined from German club Hertha BSC on an initial loan deal with an option for a permanent move.
Signed for €5.5m in 2019 and a two-season loan spell at Stade Brestois in his native land, Ronael Pierre-Gabriel will not be returning to parent club FSV Mainz 05 in the German capital as French outfit RC Strasbourg has confirmed his signature this summer.
The 24-year-old fullback per report will join on an initial loan deal and a permanent transfer afterwards.
Extended his reputation in the Brazilian top division with Internacional- Heitor who plays as a right-back, on the latest reports, has taken on a new challenge this summer -moving to Belgium outfit Cercle Brugge on a season-long loan.
Successful trade has reportedly been carried out in the Turkish capital, Mustafa Eskihellac joining Gaziantep FK from relegated side Yeni Malatyaspor for €773k, ending his four years spells with the club this summer.
Sameisis to Mustafa Eskihellac, Lamine Diack has joined MKE Ankaragucu from Fenerbahce for an undisclosed fee in the Turkish Super Lig. The 21-year-old Senegalese defensive midfielder signed a three-year contract deal with an option for a further year.
From the Spanish La Liga second division, Kevin Villodres has found himself in the Premiership with Portuguese giants Gil Vicente FC who secured his services for 500k on an initial loan deal and a permanent transfer afterwards.
The 21-year-old Spanish winger was signed from Atletico Malagueno and is set to have his first time experience in the top-flight league as well as the UEFA Europa Conference League next season.
Yet to exhibit his full potential -Southampton has sent Will Smallbone on a season-long loan at Championship side Stoke City.
Could not agree on a contract extension at the end of his two-year contract with German Bundesliga outfit Arminia Bielefeld, Belgium’s top-tier Standard Liege per reports is Jacob Laursen’s new home. The Dane 27-year-old left-wing back joined his new outfit for an undisclosed fee.