Two more transfers have happened in the world of football. Paris Saint-Germain have signed Portugal forward Goncalo Ramos on a season-long loan from Benfica.
Inter Milan have onboarded seasoned Switzerland international goalkeeper Yann Sommer, replacing Andre Onana as their first-choice goalkeeper.
PSG have the option of buying Ramos at the end of the campaign.
Ramos, 22, played a part in Benfica’s Portuguese league title last season. He scored 27 goals in 47 games, and 41 in 106 matches overall.
In national colours, Ramos has a World Cup hat-trick to his credit. He scored it against Switzerland at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. In all, he has scored four times in seven games for Portugal.
"Goncalo is a fantastic international player, who is young, hungry and fights for the team,” said PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi said.
Ramos arrives at a time of a question mark over the future of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, even as PSG open their season on Saturday against Lorient.
Milan announced the Sommer move on Monday after a six million Euros transfer from Bayern Munich, according to Italian media. That's a small amount compared to the Euro 51 million Inter got from selling Onana to Manchester United.
Sommer, 34, spent the latter half of last season at Bayern Munich after eight and a half years at Borussia Mönchengladbach. At Bayern, Sommer, who has 83 caps for Switzerland, was a replacement for Manuel Neuer, who was injured.
Prior to that, Sommer set a Bundesliga record with 19 saves in a match against Bayern for Mönchengladbach.
According to Sommer, “a big reason” he joined Inter was that his ability to play out from the back fits well with the tactics of Inter coach Simone Inzaghi.
“That's my style of goalkeeping. I like to be a good option for the team,” Sommer said.