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South London Press transfer news live – Palace confirm permanent signing of Manchester United keeper

Crystal Palace confirm keeper deal – 19:20PM

Crystal Palace have confirmed the signing of Dean Henderson from Manchester United.

The Eagles have agreed a £15million deal with a further £5million in add-ons.

Henderson, 26, joins on a five-year contract.

Fulham knock back Palhinha bid – 16:45PM

Fulham have reportedly rejected a £47million bid from Bayern Munich for midfielder Palhinha.

The west Londoners brought the Portuguese international last summer in a £17million deal from Sporting Lisbon.

Former Braga loanee, 27, has made 40 appearances this season in all competitions under Marco Silva and scored four times.

Millwall linked with Championship winger – 16:00PM

HullLive are reporting that Millwall are thought to be the latest side to show an interest in signing Hull City forward Ryan Longman.

The 22-year-old has been told he can leave the club on loan.

Longman had a loan spell at AFC Wimbledon during the 2020-21 season.

Ryan Longman
Photo: Paul Edwards

Former Brighton & Hove Albion youngster Longman has scored seven goals and picked up five assists in 73 appearances at The MKM Stadium.

Fulham boss confirms Wolves target could be set for new deal – 15:30PM

Marco Silva has confirmed he wants to tie Harrison Reed down to a new deal.

Wolves bid for the midfielder earlier today, but the approach was knocked back by the west Londoners.

Wolves bid for Fulham midfielder – 14:30PM

Fulham have reportedly turned down a bid from Wolves for midfielder Harrison Reed.

The 28-year-old has made 149 appearances for the west Londoners since joining from Southampton in 2020.

Wolves are in the market for a midfielder with Matheus Nunes set to join Manchester City.

Addicks managerial update – 13:00PM

Charlton still looking to bolster their squad – 12:45PM

AFC Wimbledon defender to stay – 12:30PM

AFC Wimbledon defender set for summer stay

Crystal Palace striker Mateta set to stay – 12:20PM

Crystal Palace striker Jean-Philippe Mateta is set to stay at the club this summer.

The Frenchman has had interest from RB Leipzig this transfer window, with the Eagles knocking back two bids – a loan deal and a permanent £7million switch – from the Bundesliga side.

Our paper understands that the 26-year-old, who scored a 22-minute hat-trick against Plymouth in the EFL Cup on Tuesday night, could be set for a contract extension.

Crystal Palace striker set for transfer window stay

Palace striker set for League One loan move – 14:42PM

Cardiff forward also set for exit – 13:45PM

Charlton could move for Man City forward on loan – 13:40PM

Charlton midfielder completes League Two switch – 13:30 PM

Addicks midfielder Jack Payne has joined League Two side Milton Keynes on a season-long loan.

The 28-year-old has made 54 appearances for the club and scored seven goals since joining in the summer of 2022.

Technical Director Andy Scott said: “We wish Jack well during his loan at Milton Keynes. Jack hasn’t quite been able to play as many minutes as he would have liked in his time here but has shown the correct attitude and application to prospective suitors.

”This move gives him the opportunity to go and start games, which is what he was keen to do, and frees up space in the squad as we look to strengthen before the window shuts.”

Chelsea linked with Man City forward – 12:40PM

Chelsea are chasing a late deal for Manchester City forward Cole Palmer.

The west Londoners – according to the Telegraph – are hopeful of agreeing a deal with the Premier League champions in the next few days.

Palmer made 25 appearances in all competitions last season under Pep Guardiola.

The 21-year-old has also scored in the Community Shield and Uefa Super Cup this season.

Palace defender has had transfer window interest – 11:30 AM

Crystal Palace defender Chris Richards has had interest from Bundesliga side Union Berlin this summer.

The USA international is behind Marc Guehi and Joachim Andersen in the pecking order. 

Crystal Palace v Olympique Lyonnais Pre-Season Friendly, Selhurst Park, 05 August 2023
Picture : Keith Gillard

It is unlikely that Palace would allow Richards to leave Selhurst Park unless a replacement is found.

Defender Richards played 90 minutes for the Eagles in their 4-2 EFL Cup win against Plymouth last night.

The 23-year-old joined Palace on a five-year deal from Bayern Munich last summer.

Charlton midfielder set for League Two switch – 11:00 AM

Charlton Athletic midfielder Jack Payne is joining Milton Keynes on loan.

Picture: Paul Edwards

The 28-year-old, who was signed on a free transfer from Swindon Town last summer, is out of contract at the start of July.

Payne has scored seven goals in 54 appearances for the Addicks.

Good morning – 10:00 am

Good morning, and welcome to the South London Press’  transfer deadline week blog!

We’ll keep you right up to date across the day with the ongoings at Crystal Palace, Millwall, Charlton Athletic and AFC Wimbledon.

We will also dip our toe in the west London clubs, with Chelsea, Fulham and QPR all chasing deals up for the rest of the week.

Feel free to tweet @RichCawleySLP or @EdmundBrack with which players you would like to see your club sign in the final week of the window.

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