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The summer transfer window may be closed but there are still plenty of big transfer news stories doing the rounds across the country.
New reports are emerging about deals that were not completed, free agents are still able to find new clubs and clubs are even looking ahead to January and plotting their next moves.
Away from the action on the pitch there is still plenty going on behind the scenes.
Here are the Premier League transfer news stories making the headlines on Wednesday morning:
Southampton have approved Nathan Redmond’s move to Besiktas with the English winger set to join the Turkish side on a one year deal (Fabrizio Romano)
Brazilian stand out Douglas Luiz is planning to leave Aston Villa as a free agent when his current contract expires at the end of this season (UOL)
Manchester United and Chelsea will continue to keep an eye on developments regarding Frenkie de Jong’s situation at Barcelona in the months ahead (Caught Offside)
Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has quashed speculation linking the German champions with a move for Harry Kane (TalkSPORT)
Arsenal made a late bid of €30 million to sign Ferran Torres from Barcelona but head coach Xavi did not hesitate to reject the offer for the Spanish forward (El Nacional)
Brighton midfielder Steven Alzate in talks with Belgian club Standard Liege over loan until the end of the season (Mike McGrath - The Telegraph)
Leeds are still ‘hovering’ over the possibility of signing West Ham United right-back Harrison Ashby and have offered the player the prospect of more first team football than he is currently getting at the London Stadium (Leeds Live via The West Ham Way Podcast)