Real Madrid Summer Transfer Deadline Tracker 2014: List of Moves and Rumours

Nick Dorrington@@chewingthecocaSpecial to Bleacher ReportSeptember 1, 2014

Real Madrid Summer Transfer Deadline Tracker 2014: List of Moves and Rumours

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    The summer transfer window draws to a close at 11 p.m. (12 a.m. Tuesday CEST) on Monday, and Real Madrid intend to add another striker to their squad during the final day of negotiations, per Marca.

    The following slides will keep you up to date with any news and rumours surrounding the team's transfer activity throughout the course of deadline day.

    Done Deals on Deadline Day

    In: Javier Hernandez (Manchester United, loan)

    Out: None

    Done Deals Prior to Deadline Day

    In: Toni Kroos (Bayern Munich), James Rodriguez (Monaco) and Keylor Navas (Levante).

    Out: Xabi Alonso (Bayern Munich), Angel Di Maria (Manchester United), Alvaro Morata (Juventus), Jesus Fernandez (Levante), Casemiro (Porto, loan) and Diego Lopez (AC Milan).

Fredy Guarin

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    Reports from Italy on Monday afternoon suggested that Real Madrid may be poised to make a last-minute move for Internazionale midfielder Fredy Guarin.

    Sky Italia [via @DiMarzio] reporting that #realmadrid still looking to add another new face today in midfielder Fredy Guarin from Inter

    — Nicholas Rigg (@nicholasrigg) September 1, 2014

    However, Madrid-based sports paper Marca are confident this deal is not in the offing.

    Nuestra información sobre el último rumor de fichaje del Real Madrid es esta RT @carpio_marca: Guarín no.

    — MARCA (@marca) September 1, 2014

    Marca vice director denied that Real Madrid will sign Guarin.

    — Real Madrid Info (@RmadridInfo) September 1, 2014

Javier Hernandez

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    Javier Hernandez expressed his delight at having joined Real Madrid during a press conference at the Bernabeu on Monday afternoon.

    ESPN's Dermot Corrigan live tweeted the following quotes.

    Chicharito: “This is a dream come true. There is no player in the world who who would say no to joining Real Madrid.”

    — Dermot Corrigan (@dermotmcorrigan) September 1, 2014

    Chicharito on maybe being sub / back-up “I am coming here to do what I can, to give everything, to try and help the team."

    — Dermot Corrigan (@dermotmcorrigan) September 1, 2014

    Chicharito: “I never set goals target. The most important thing is Madrid win. What is in my hands is my attitude & I am very motivated."

    — Dermot Corrigan (@dermotmcorrigan) September 1, 2014

    And here is Hernandez in full Madrid kit.

    Aquí está Chicharito @CH14_

    — Alberto Pereiro (@AlbertoPereiro) September 1, 2014

    Madrid sporting director Emilio Butragueno also spoke at the press conference.

    Meanwhile Butragueno says that in principle Madrid won't sign anyone else today, but does not seem to be ruling anything out.

    — Dermot Corrigan (@dermotmcorrigan) September 1, 2014

Marco Verratti

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    It is looking unlikely that Real Madrid will be able to negotiate a last-minute deal for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti, who instead seems set to extend his deal with the French champions.

    I'm getting asked a lot of questions about Marco Verratti from PSG to Real Madrid. Not seen anything reliable about it. Set to sign new deal

    — Jonathan Johnson (@Jon_LeGossip) September 1, 2014

    Il Centro: Marco Verratti has agreed to sign a new contract at PSG. The Italian will extend his stay until 2019 & earn €4m per year.

    — Jonathan Johnson (@Jon_LeGossip) September 1, 2014

Javier Hernandez

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    Real Madrid have confirmed the signing of Javier Hernandez on a season-long loan from Manchester United.

    The deal includes a purchase option.

    Hernandez will be presented to the media at 16:30 CEST.

    AS report that Madrid paid €2 million to secure the loan agreement.

Javier Hernandez

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    Javier Hernandez has arrived in Madrid for a medical ahead of his loan move from Manchester United.

    Javier Hernandez has arrived in Madrid. Subject to medical.

    — Sergi Domínguez (@FutbolSergi) September 1, 2014

Marco Verratti

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    Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti has emerged as a late transfer target for Real Madrid.

    Very well connected @AS_Maroto says Madrid still in for Marco Verratti & Florentino wants to personally conclude transfer with PSG today.

    — Dermot Corrigan (@dermotmcorrigan) September 1, 2014

    Verratti, an Italian international, played under current Madrid boss Carlos Ancelotti during the latter's time at PSG.

Javier Hernandez

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    On Sunday evening, Guillem Balague reported in AS that Real Madrid had agreed terms with Manchester United over a season-long loan for Mexican international striker Javier Hernandez, 26.

    Hernandez has scored 59 goals in all competitions for United since joining them from Chivas de Guadalajara in 2010 at a rate of a goal every 139 minutes.

    Balague writes that "Real Madrid view him as the perfect back-up to Karim Benzema."

    The Mirror's David McDonnell adds that United boss Louis van Gaal has told Hernandez he can leave. The only sticking point may be his £90,000-a-week salary, which United want Madrid to cover for the duration of the loan.

    Further news should be expected on this deal as Monday progresses.