Deadline Day – Harry Arter to join Cardiff City on a season long loan.

According to Sky Sports, Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter is currently in Cardiff to finalise a season-long loan move to Cardiff City. He’s currently undergoing a medical and should be announced before the 5pm deadline.

The Irish midfielder had trained with Bournemouth earlier today but is now on the brink of joining the newly promoted club. Arter also rejected an approach from Watford.

The 28-year-old was a semi-regular for the Cherries last season where he made thirteen appearances across the entire Premier League season.

Deadline Day: Arsenal to make a last-minute pursuit for Ousmane Dembélé?

According to the somewhat-reliable sports journalist, Kike Marin, Arsenal have tabled a bid worth €100 (£89.9) million for Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembélé.

The 21-year-old recently played a part in France’s success at the World Cup where they lifted the trophy for the second time. Some media outlets have claimed that the Frenchman is unhappy at Barcelona yet Dembélé decided to cut his holiday short to focus on the new season with Barça.

With just under three hours to go until the transfer window closes for English clubs, it’s fair to say that this rumour should only be taken with a pinch of salt. However, many media outlets throughout the summer have discussed Arsenal’s pursuit of the Frenchman, and this is the first time someone with some credibility has revealed an actual offer has been made.

This year, Marin has had quite a good track record when it comes to reporting on Arsenal. He was one of the first to break the news that Unai Emery would become Arsenal’s head coach and he has also correctly reported on Arsenal’s approach for the likes of Bernd Leno and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Can Arsenal pull off a deal? I highly doubt it, but it’s still strange that an actual bid has been reported by Marin. Unless he’s being hacked…

Deadline Day – Everton officials are in Barcelona to finalise Yerry Mina transfer.

According to Sky Sports, Everton officials have travelled to Barcelona to finalise a deal for Colombian defender Yerry Mina.

Should the Toffees finalise a deal, Mina will be the second Barcelona player the club have signed this summer after left-back Lucas Digne signed for a fee in the range of £18 million.

Manchester United were reportedly keen on signing the Colombian defender to solve their defensive woes but it’s believed they have turned their attention elsewhere.

In order to save time, Sky Sports are also reporting that Mina will have his medical in the Spanish city before flying to Merseyside.