1. Fire announce Kappelhof return
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centre-back Johan Kappelhof has re-signed with the team, with Targeted Allocation Money used to complete the deal.
The defender has spent the past three seasons with the MLS side after making the move from Groningen and is now signed through 2021.
“We are very happy to have Johan back with the team,” Fire head coach Veljko Paunovic said in a statement. “Adding a player with his quality and experience, in addition to the time that we have spent working together, is priceless.”
2. PSG target Allan staying at Napoli
Carlo Ancelotti insisted Allan will not be moving to Paris Saint-Germain, declaring "the matter over" after the midfielder missed Napoli's draw at AC Milan.
Allan was dropped for Saturday's 0-0 Serie A stalemate in Milan amid uncertainty over his future, with French champions PSG reportedly finalising a transfer in excess of €100 million (£87m/$114m).
Ancelotti confirmed post-match that 28-year-old Allan had been contacted by a club regarding a move, but that the matter was finished and the midfielder would be staying.
3. West Ham will replace Arnautovic with Gomez in summer
West Ham will replace Marko Arnautovic with Maxi Gomez this summer, despite the current Hammers striker signing a new deal Saturday, according to the Guardian.
Arnautovic inked fresh terms ending speculation of a January move to China, but West Ham will sanction a £45 million ($59m) exit to the Super League this summer.
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Celta Vigo's Gomez by meeting his £43.5m release clause this January, and then loaning him back to Celta for the rest of the season.
4. Wolves set to complete permanent Jonny deal
Wolves are set to complete a permanent move for Atletico Madrid defender Jonny, according to AS.
The 24-year-old moved to England on loan at the start of 2018-19 after finding first-team opportunities limited at the Wanda Metropolitana.
5. Arnautovic signs new West Ham contract
Marko Arnautovic has signed a new contract with West Ham in a move the club hope will end speculation over the forward's future.
Arnautovic had been heavily tipped to move to the Chinese Super League, having reportedly received a lucrative proposal from Shanghai SIPG, but he issued a statement on social media on Friday confirming he would not be leaving London Stadium.
The Austria international has now agreed to a new deal that the club says highlights his "100 per cent commitment to the Hammers", with the player insisting, contrary to some reports, that he had never refused to play or train in order to force through a transfer.
6. Morata set for Atletico medical on Sunday
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata will have a medical with Atletico Madrid on Sunday in advance of a move to the La Liga giants, reports Sky Sports.
Morata will join Atletico on a loan with the capital club having the option to purchase the striker.
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wholesale approval from the club's fans, with manager Diego Simeone having to address complaints over the transfer.