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Transfer Tracker: Signings, departures for Europe's largest clubs

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson breaks down the latest transfer rumours surrounding Paul Pogba, Rafinha and more in Rumour Rater.

With the transfer window open across Europe, clubs are now able to finalise the signings of players they have monitored and negotiated with for months.

The transfer window is shorter this summer but that does not mean it will be any less busy. Check out when all the major windows will close here and view all completed transfers.

See who has left which club, where they are headed and the terms of the moves with our transfer tracker below:

PREMIER LEAGUE

ARSENAL

In: Bernd Leno (from Bayer Leverkusen),...

 By Mark Lovell

Hat-trick hero Robert Lewandowski paces Bayern to blowout German Cup victory

Bayern Munich manager Niko Kovac says he's proud his club does things different from Premier League clubs as transfer fees keep rising.
Bayern Munich's Arjen Robben has praised the intensity of the training brought in by new head coach Niko Kovac.

Bayern Munich cruised to a third consecutive DFL Super Cup success with a comfortable 5-0 win in Niko Kovac's first game in charge against his former club Eintracht Frankfurt. Goals from Thiago Alcantara, substitute Kingsley Coman and a clinical Robert Lewandowski hat trick lifted the German champions to their first trophy of the season.

Positives

Bayern's stocks are already flying high ahead of new season after sealing a leisurely opening victory in Germany's financial capital in a game which saw...

Marco Reus happy as the constant and the mentor at Borussia Dortmund

Mario Gotze discusses Borussia Dortmund's win over Manchester City in the ICC and describes how the German side is feeling early in preseason.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson feels Christian Pulisic must improve his end product at Borussia Dortmund this season.
Mario Gotze converted after Christian Pulisic won a penalty kick to lead Borussia Dortmund past Manchester City in an ICC showdown in Chicago.

CHICAGO -- Borussia Dortmund is a vastly different place from the club Marco Reus left as a 17-year-old. It's a very different place from the club he rejoined as a 23-year-old, too.

Reus left the academy in 2006 after 10 years in its classrooms and on its training fields. The senior side was 29 points adrift of champions Bayern Munich that season, stuck in seventh place, and fell at the first hurdle in the DFB-Pokal. He spent three years at Rot Weiss Ahlen, propelling the club from the third division...

International Champions Cup: Future stars of top Premier League, European clubs

Some of Europe's elite will be in action in the International Champions Cup, but which young player from each club could be set for a bright future?

MAN CITY: Phil Foden

Pep Guardiola told the fans in Houston that they were lucky to see the debut of Foden after the teenager impressed in the first Manchester derby outside England in last season's International Champions Cup. The 18-year-old attacking midfielder, who won the Under-17 World Cup, already is being talked about as a player who can improve...

World Cup stock - Mbappe, Hazard, Lozano impress; Messi, Neymar, Salah down

The World Cup always offers players a chance to prove themselves on the biggest stage. Sometimes that even means a lucrative move to a bigger clubs afterward (see Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez moving from Monaco to Real Madrid four years ago).

But which players' values have gone up? And which have gone down after their exploits in Russia?

Here is a list of those whose stock has changed since the start of the World Cup.

STOCK UP

KYLIAN MBAPPE (France, PSG)

Arguably the star of the tournament...

Borussia Dortmund's moves in transfer market reflect a shift in club philosophy

Since the end of 2017, there has been as much talk about change at Borussia Dortmund as there would be from a political candidate campaigning to unseat his rival from office.

As performances on the pitch became bleaker, the language out of CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke and sporting director Michael Zorc became more radical. First, the team needed "readjustments." That term was quickly adjusted itself to "a sizable overhaul during the summer," and now, ahead of the 2018-19 campaign, the BVB bosses are...