Check Out “Al Ittihad signed Fabinho from Liverpool.” Since joining the Reds five years ago, the Brazilian midfielder has been instrumental in the club’s triumphs in the Premier League, the FA Cup, the Carabao Cup, the Super Cup, the Community Shield, and the Champions League.

But much like his former teammate Jordan Henderson, who is now playing for Steven Gerrard’s Al Ettifaq, he will be leaving the Reds in order to pursue fresh opportunities in the Gulf State.

Al Ittihad Signed Fabinho From Liverpool
Al Ittihad Signed Fabinho From Liverpool

Levi Colwill, a defender for Chelsea, is about to agree to a new, six-year deal with the organization.

The England Under-21 star reportedly had second thoughts about his future, but Blues head coach Mauricio Pochettino persuaded him that he had a significant role to play.

Brighton and Liverpool had expressed interest in Colwill, but he has decided to dedicate his career to Stamford Bridge.

Additionally, talkSPORT is informed that Chelsea is aggressively looking for a buyer for Trevoh Chalobah. In May, talkSPORT made it known that they were considering offers for the 24-year-old.

Leicester has officially announced the five-year transfer of forward Stephy Mavididi from French club Montpellier.

The 25-year-old player, who came up through the Arsenal development system and has previously played on loan at Charlton and Preston, has signed with the Foxes for a sum that has not been disclosed.

Mavididi, who was born in Derby, was quoted as saying on the official website of Leicester that he is “honestly happy and delighted to be here.”

“After chatting with the boss and a few of the other employees working here, it seemed like an obvious choice to me. It was an issue that had been under consideration for some time, and my family and I cannot express how relieved we are that it has now been resolved.

“Clearly, the length of time the club has been around and its size speak for themselves. The practice field as well as the stadium. Personally, I wanted to return to England; I sensed that it was the right time to go back to my roots and continue playing football in this country.

Report: Former Arsenal striker closing in on a move to Leicester City | CaughtOffside