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Football Transfer News September 16: Odisha FC Sign Steven Taylor, Spurs to Steal Gareth Bale and Reguilon from Man United

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Football Transfer News September 16: Indian Super League Side Odisha FC have announced the singing of Steven Taylor on a 1-year deal, who recently terminated his contract with Wellington Phoenix. Tottenham Hotspur are all set to sign Sergio Reguilon after agreeing on fee and buy back clause with Real Madrid. Gareth Bale is looking to make a move back to Tottenham Hotspur as his agent said that the London club has got in touch with Real Madrid to re-sign him. FC Barcelona are in a fix with the Memphis Depay deal as they cannot sign him before selling players, as confirmed by new coach Ronald Koeman.

Follow the News18 Sports live blog for all the transfer news and gossip from both Indian football and European transfer market. The Indian football transfer window is open till October 20, 2020 while the European transfer window is open for 10 weeks - from July 27 to October 5. This year has been an exception for the football transfer window as well due to coronavirus pandemic with the dates extended and altered according to season end. This year, the Indian football transfer market has seen a lot of buzz as well with clubs trying to make smart buys in limited budgets.

In the Indian football transfer window, ATK Mohun Bagan, FC Goa and Odisha FC have been the most active ones while Jamshedpur FC, Chennaiyin FC and Hyderabad FC have had coach changes lately as well. While FC Goa appointed Juan Ferrando as their coach early on and hit the market, Chennaiyin and Hyderabad FC have only just found their coaches. Hyderabad, who had Albert Roca as their coach, had to be changed after the Spaniard got an offer from FC Barcelona and moved on. In the European football market, Chelsea have been on a spending spree buying extremely talented youngsters to make up a formidable squad.

In Europe, the biggest of the latest transfer deals have been the signing of Kai Havertz by Chelsea from Bayer Leverkusen for 71m pounds and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United getting the signature of Donny van de Beek from Ajax Amsterdam. Among the women, Pernille Harder became the most expensive female footballer in the world when she signed with Chelsea.

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