Transfer Talk: Robbie Brady's move to Leicester looks like it's back on

From done deals to paper talk, we bring you the best of the day's transfer news

BY Daniel Kelly 07:49 Monday 18 July 2016, 7:49 18 Jul 2016

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Robbie Brady's potential move to Premier League champions Leicester City looks to be back on after N'Golo Kante left to join Chelsea.

The £30million fee for Kante, has given Leicester the necessary funds to make an increased bid for Brady and Burnley's Michael Keane, claim the Daily Mirror. The Norwich star was Ireland's top scorer at Euro 2016.

Newcastle midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum looks unlikely to spend the season in The Championship. The Dutch international is garnering interest from Liverpool, according to the Daily Telegraph, as Jurgen Klopp looks to bolster his options.

The Dutch star played for Newcastle in their 6-0 pre-season win against Bohemians on Saturday in Dalymount Park. He also scored what could be his last goal for the club.

He was one of the heroes of Wales' journey to the Euro 2016 semi-finals, but could Joe Allen be about to make the move from Anfield to Old Trafford?

Jose Mourinho is a fan of the player according to the South Wales Evening Post, and is tempted to bring the 26-year-old to Manchester. Despite the interest from Mourinho, Allen's old club Swansea City remain the favourites to get his signature, should he leave Anfield.

Rui Patricio, the Euro 2016 winning goalkeeper with Portugal, is desperate for a move to the Premier League, claim The Sun. The Sporting Lisbon goalkeeper would cost less that £10million, with Everton among the interested clubs.

The 28-year-old has spent his whole career with the Portuguese giants, but glory on the international stage may be about to earn him a move to England.

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