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Trending: Premier League spends over £1bn, David Luiz to rejoin Chelsea

Here are the latest stories for Wednesday.

PREMIER LEAGUE: Premier League clubs have now spent more than £1 billion on transfers in the summer window. The league had already broken its own transfer record last week, when Manchester City's signing of Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo pushed clubs' gross spending up to £880 million -- topping the £870m of last summer.

CHELSEA: Chelsea have confirmed they have agreed a deal to re-sign David Luiz from Paris Saint-Germain. The move is now subject to personal terms and passing a medical.

- Marcos Alonso has joined Chelsea from Fiorentina in a deal reportedly worth around £23 million.

TOTTENHAM: Spurs have announced the signing of forward Georges-Kevin Nkoudou from Marseille for a fee of around £11 million, with Clinton Njie joining the French club on loan for the season.

- Morgan Schneiderlin will be staying at Manchester United as Tottenham have decided against making a move to sign him on deadline day, a source has told ESPN FC.

LEICESTER: Premier League champions Leicester City have agreed a deal to sign Algeria striker Islam Slimani from Sporting for €35 million, sources close to the club have told ESPN FC.

- Leicester have agreed to meet Adrien Silva's £38.5m release clause at Sporting Lisbon, sources close to the club have told ESPN FC.

Gokhan Inler has left Leicester City for Turkish side Besiktas. The Switzerland international has undergone a medical with Besiktas and has reportedly agreed a three-year contract with the side.

MAN CITY: Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has joined Serie A club Torino on loan until the end of the season.

- City defender Eliaquim Mangala has joined Spanish side Valencia on a season-long loan.

- Stoke City have completed the signing of City striker Wilfried Bony on a season-long loan. Midfielder Samir Nasri has completed a season-long loan move to La Liga side Sevilla.

Sergio Aguero faces a three-match ban after being charged by the Football Association for elbowing Winston Reid in Manchester City's 3-1 victory over West Ham United on Sunday.

- Palmeiras coach Cuca has backed Gabriel Jesus to take the Premier League by storm when he joins new club Manchester City after the end of the Brazilian domestic campaign.

ARSENAL: Bournemouth are emerging as contenders to sign Jack Wilshere on loan from Arsenal amid interest from Premier League rivals Crystal Palace and Serie A side Roma.

- Arsenal have completed the signing of Spanish striker Lucas Perez from Deportivo La Coruna and Shkodran Mustafi from Valencia. And they have sent defender Calum Chambers on loan to Middlesbrough for the season.

- Werder Bremen have signed Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry and confirmed that Bayern Munich are not  involved in the deal.

EVERTON: The club have made a late move for unsettled Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko, sources close to the Merseyside club have told ESPN FC.

MAN UNITEDThe club are struggling to sell both Marcos Rojo and Bastian Schweinsteiger, sources have told ESPN FC, an issue that is complicating the club's pursuit of an experienced central defender.

JUVENTUS: Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado has secured a return to Juventus on a loan deal running until 2019.

- Zenit St Petersburg manager Mircea Lucescu has said that Italian champions Juventus have expressed interest in Axel Witsel, while also revealing that the player turned down an offer from Everton.

MIDDLESBROUGH: Boro have signed Adama Traore from Aston Villa, with Albert Adomah moving in the opposite direction.

REAL MADRID: Real Madrid midfielder Isco ruled out a move away from the Bernabeu on Wednesday. The Spain international told the local media: "I'm staying, I'm staying."

LIVERPOOL: Luis Alberto has completed his transfer to Italian side Lazio, Liverpool have confirmed.

- Christian Benteke is keen to prove himself at club and international level again following his move to Crystal Palace but he does not feel that he failed at Liverpool.

STOKE: Stoke City have completed the signing of Netherlands international Bruno Martins Indi on a season-long loan from FC Porto.

WEST HAM: West Ham are lining up a loan move for Aston Villa defender Micah Richards, sources close to the club have told ESPN FC.

WATFORD: Watford have completed the signing of Kenedy from Chelsea on a season-long loan. Kenedy, 20, joined Chelsea last summer Fluminense in a deal worth a reported £6.3 million and made 14 Premier League appearances last season.

ENGLAND: Wayne Rooney has admitted he overruled former England manager Roy Hodgson by replacing Harry Kane on corner duty during Euro 2016.

- England newcomer Michail Antonio accepts he is "ragged'' and "raw'' but believes he can follow in the footsteps of other rough diamonds like Jamie Vardy and Ian Wright.

- U.S. national team manager Jurgen Klinsmann said that despite rumors to the contrary, the English FA never contacted him.

GERMANY: Only 20,000 tickets have been sold for Bastian Schweinsteiger's Germany farewell against Finland at the Borussia Park in Monchengladbach on Wednesday.

BUNDESLIGA: Schalke have signed Ukraine winger Yevhen Konoplyanka on a one-year loan from Sevilla. Konoplyanka, 26, passed his medical with the Bundesliga outfit on Tuesday before putting pen to paper on a deal that could become permanent at the end of the loan.

BARCELONA: Barcelona midfielder Rafinha is open to leaving the club on loan if he does not feature regularly under Luis Enrique this season.

- Barcelona have announced the signing of striker Paco Alcacer from Valencia on a five-year contract. Also: Valencia have signed Barcelona's Munir El Haddadi on a season-long loan with an option to make the deal permanent at the end of the campaign for €12 million.

BURNLEY: Burnley have completed the signing of Derby County midfielder Jeff Hendrick for a club-record undisclosed fee. The attacking midfielder's future at Derby has been the subject of speculation following his impressive performances in the summer.

MLS: Galatasaray have signed Nigel de Jong from LA Galaxy on a two-year contract. The Turkish club confirmed news of the move for De Jong, who joined Galaxy from AC Milan just prior to the 2016 season, via their official Twitter account on Thursday.

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