zenduck.me: Transfer roundup Winks and Coady join Leicester Chelsea sign Benficas Moreira

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Leicester have completed the signing of Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks in a £10m move, with Conor Coady also joining the Foxes for a reported £7.5m.

“I’m delighted. I’m really excited for the challenge ahead,” Winks told the club website. “It’s an amazing club with great history and the facilities are incredible. I’m just so happy to be here and ready to get going.

“I’m looking forward to getting started, to have a full pre-season with the team and get ready for the games coming up. I’m also looking forward to a new challenge, to challenge myself. Coming to a club like Leicester is the perfect chance to do that.”

Winks first joined Tottenham’s academy at the age of five and progressed through the youth system, becoming a first-team regular during Mauricio Pochettino’s tenure and earning 10 England caps.

He struggled to earn the trust of Spurs’ next trio of managers – José Mourinho, Nuno Espírito Santo and Antonio Conte – and after making just 19 Premier League appearances during the 2021-22 season, was sent on loan to Sampdoria last summer.

Conor Coady became the second England international to join Leicester on Saturday after agreeing a three-year deal. Photograph: Plumb Images/Leicester City FC/Getty Images

Winks impressed despite an ankle problem and Sampdoria’s relegation, with Leicester now securing his services on a three-year deal after James Maddison moved in the other direction earlier this week. He could face his old club in a friendly in Bangkok on 23 July.

Shortly after Winks’ arrival was confirmed, Leicester signed another England international as Coady agreed a three-year deal. The centre-back, also capped 10 times by England, spent last season on loan at Everton and moves for an undisclosed fee, believed to be in the region of £7.5m.

“I’m absolutely over the moon,” said Coady. “I couldn’t wait to get down here, to obviously see everyone and get everything signed. Now I’m here, I’m massively excited … it’s something I was desperate to get done.”

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In other news, Chelsea continued their busy summer with the signing of winger Diego Moreira from Benfica. The Portugal Under-21 international could face England in their Euros quarter-final on Sunday.

Moreira’s arrival on a free transfer follows on from the signings of forwards Nicolas Jackson from Villarreal and Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig, while midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek completed a permanent move to Milan on Friday.

Moreira joined Benfica from Standard Liège in 2020 and was part of the side which won the 2022 Uefa Youth League. Having made his senior debut in May 2022, the 18-year-old featured regularly for Benfica B last season.