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Aston Villa sign Tiago Ilori on season-long loan from Liverpool

Tiago Ilori has joined Granada on loan
Tiago Ilori has moved on in search of first-team football.

Aston Villa have signed defender Tiago Ilori on a season-long loan from Liverpool.

Ilori, 22, has represented Portugal at under-18, U19, U20 and U21 level and can play anywhere across the backline.

The former Sporting Lisbon defender has spent time on loan at Spanish La Liga side Granada and French Ligue 1 side Bordeaux over the past two seasons.

Aaron Lennon joins Everton from Tottenham on three-year deal

Aaron Lennon has already spent time on loan at Everton.

Everton have signed winger Aaron Lennon from Tottenham for a reported £4.5 million on a three-year deal.

The Toffees submitted a deal sheet to the Premier League before the transfer window closed at 6 p.m. UK time on Tuesday, giving them an extra two hours to complete the deal.

Lennon, 28, spent the second half of last season on loan at Goodison Park, and manager Roberto Martinez was keen to bring him back permanently to add to his attacking options.

The winger, who has been capped 21 times...

 By Michael Cox

Pedro, James Milner highlight Premier League's most intriguing transfers

As the transfer window shuts, the ESPN FC panel take a look back at Arsenal and Manchester United's inability to secure a marquee signing, Chelsea's new additions, Kevin De Bruyne joining Manchester City to bolster Manuel Pellegrini's attack and much more

The most exciting transfers aren't necessarily the biggest names, the players going to the biggest clubs or the players commanding the biggest fees. Often, it's when a good player is joining a good club, but you're not entirely sure where they'll fit in or how they'll adapt to their new surroundings.

Recruitment isn't simply about buying good footballers, it's about buying good footballers who are right for your team. Here are five intriguing summer signings: good players, but will they fit?


Man United blame Real Madrid for late changes to David De Gea deal

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says that although the David de Gea transfer fell through, Real Madrid will eventually get their keeper, and ultimately, Manchester United will be the losers.

Manchester United have hit back at Real Madrid as a war of words escalated by claiming that the Spanish club are to blame for David de Gea's move to the Bernabeu breaking down.

Real had released a statement saying they had done "everything" possible to sign De Gea, who was due to join in a £29 million deal that would have seen Keylor Navas go to Old Trafford, and said United took eight hours to make minor adjustments to negotiations.

The Spanish club had blamed United for not opening negotiations...