TRANSFER CLUBS: West Ham offer shock sale of Nayef Aguerda, Brighton beat Man City to sign Boca Juniors star for £7.9m and Juventus call in pursuit of Kalvin Phillips

As the first week of the transfer window draws to a close, a number of Premier League clubs are getting more serious about their upcoming business.

As teams start to run out of AFCON and Asia Cup exits, managers are thinking more seriously about the recruitment needed to see the season through.

Despite Ben Davies’ injury during the FA Cup tie with Burnley, Tottenham are likely to still wave Eric Dier goodbye after the England international agreed terms with Bayern Munich.

And Jadon Sancho is set to leave Manchester United on a temporary basis, ending months in the cold following his public spat with Erik ten Hague.

Here, Mail Sport runs through all the biggest transfer stories on Saturday morning.

West Ham are believed to be open to bids for Nayef Aguerde if they can find a replacement for him during this window

Brighton pipped top rivals to the post to pay Valentino Barca’s release clause

Meanwhile, Eric Dier may have waved goodbye to Tottenham after agreeing terms with Bayern

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West Ham are ready to sell Nayef Aguerd if they can secure a replacement, with Bayer Leverkusen’s Jonathan Tah a top target (Evening Standard)

Brighton have activated the release clause for £7.9m Boca Juniors youngster Valentino Barca, beating Manchester City to land the defender (TyC Sports)

Man City would prefer Kalvin Phillips to go on half-season loan to Paris Saint-Germain as Juventus talks falter and Newcastle remain interested (Give Me Sport)

The Serie A giants lack the financial muscle to bring the out-of-favour midfielder to Turin and will also give up on Tottenham target Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (The Sun)

Arsenal are tracking AC Milan defender and former Chelsea academy star Fikayo Tomori but could face stiff opposition from Italy after being rejected by Bayern Munich (Football Transfers)

Sevilla have advanced negotiations to sign Chelsea player David Datro Fofano for the rest of the season, cutting short his current spell at Union Berlin (Fabrizio Romano)

Newcastle are emerging as the most likely suitors to take Kalvin Phillips on loan from Man City


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Anthony Martial has caught the eye of Fenerbache, who are believed to have made the first offer

Borussia Dortmund are interested in Manchester United loanee Jadon Sancho to take part in a warm-weather training camp in Marbella next week, but the two clubs are still fine-tuning key terms (Mail Sport)

Nottingham Forest are keen to replace USMNT goalkeeper Matt Turner and Wolves’ Jose Sa – who previously worked with head coach Nuno Espirito Santo – is top of their list (Football Transfers)

Fenerbahce are looking to strengthen their squad by signing Anthony Martial from Man United and could make a permanent £6.8m move for the Frenchman (Takvim).

Leicester goalkeeper Daniel Iversen will join Stoke City on a six-month loan after undergoing a medical on Friday afternoon (Mail Sport)

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