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Sp.Braga and V.Guimaráes announce reinforcements, Di Maria and Ugarte shake things up

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The transfer market is going “full speed” and the major clubs are making their moves.

In Spain, Real Madrid are making a last-ditch effort to sign Lenny Yoro at the start of pre-season, while Saul Niguez and Marc Jurado are on the way from Sevilla. Also note Manuel Ugarte, who didn't have much space in his first season at PSG and is on Barcelona's radar, according to Mundo Deportivo.

The future of Angel Di Maria is one of the highlights of this closed season, with Besiktas looking to finalise an agreement, while the Argentine just wants to make a decision after the Copa America.

In England, according to Sky Sports, Everton have rejected Manchester United after a second bid for Jarrad Branthwaite. Meanwhile, the Red Devils are close to finalising the departure of Mason Greenwood.

It is also worth noting that Jose Mourinho intends to sign Allan Saint-Maximin for Fenerbahce. The French winger spent last season at Saudi club Al-Ahli and would welcome a return to European football, with no agreement yet reached between the clubs.

Here, too, there are many things happening: Gil Vicente, for example, is close to signing Sandro Cruz, a former Benfica player, from Despe. Keys.

Still in Minho, SB Braga and Vitória de Guimarães made official reinforcements during the afternoon, for the attack and the objective, respectively.

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