Paul Pogba has arrived in Turin for a medical ahead of his imminent return to Juventus and insisted he "can't wait to get started".

The midfielder, who left Manchester United at the end of his contract this summer, is making a Juve comeback six years after leaving.

Pogba, 29, told the club’s Twitter account: "Well, I am back, I’m here, I’m very, very happy. I can’t wait to get started and wear this Juventus jersey again."

The World Cup winner left Juve in 2016, returning to Old Trafford for €105million having previously departed United for Turin in 2012.

He made 177 appearances for the Old Lady in his first spell, scoring 34 goals, and won four Serie A titles.

Another ex-United player, Angel Di Maria, was confirmed as a new signing by Juventus on Friday evening.

The Argentina winger, who also counts Benfica and Real Madrid among his former clubs, arrives in Turin on a one-year contract after leaving Paris St Germain at the end of last season.

Steven Bergwijn has left Spurs on the same day as Clement Lenglet has joined

Ajax have signed Netherlands winger Steven Bergwijn from Tottenham Hotspur for a fee of €31.25m.

Bergwijn, who was born in Amsterdam, has signed a five-year contract to return to the Dutch side having previously played for their academy before joining PSV Eindhoven in 2011.

"He is a player with many qualities," Ajax coach Alfred Schreuder said. "He has enormous drive and is also very goal-oriented. Of course, I am happy that we were able to sign him, he adds new quality to our team."

Bergwijn joined Spurs from PSV in 2020 but failed to nail down a spot in the starting lineup last season, playing the full 90 minutes on just two occasions in the league.

He made more than 80 appearances for the London club in all competitions during his two-and-a-half year-stint in England, scoring eight goals.

The 24-year-old, who has made 22 appearances for Netherlands, was part of three Eredivisie title-winning squads at PSV.

Ajax won their third consecutive Eredivisie title last season and reached the round of 16 of the Champions League.

Tottenham have signed France defender Clement Lenglet on a season-long loan from Barcelona.

The centre-back has joined Spurs in time to head out on the club's pre-season tour to South Korea on Saturday.

Lenglet has made more than 100 appearances for Barcelona since joining the Catalan club in 2018 after a season at Sevilla.

The Nancy product has made 15 appearances for France and will add further depth to Tottenham’s redeveloped squad under Antonio Conte.

Lenglet becomes Tottenham’s fifth big recruit of the summer, as Spurs chiefs continue to back Conte in the transfer market.

Ivan Perisic, Fraser Forster, Yves Bissouma and Richarlison have all completed moves to Spurs in the past six weeks.

Tottenham have already made their Champions League qualification count in the transfer market, with Conte also making good on his aims to bring in quality additions to the north Londoners’ squad.

Chloe Mustaki made her Ireland debut in February

Republic of Ireland international Chloe Mustaki has left Shelbourne for Bristol City WFC.

The defender made 22 appearances for Shels, playing a key role in the club's 2021 Women's National League title after a remarkable return from long-term injury.

Bohemians have confirmed the signing of forward Ethon Varian.

The Corkman, 20, joins from Stoke City having spent last season on loan with Raith Rovers.

Welcoming the Ireland U21 international to Dalymount Park, manager Keith Long said: "I am delighted to bring Ethon to the club."He is a player whose progress we have been monitoring at Stoke City and over the course of last season while he was on loan with Raith Rovers in the Scottish Championship.

"Ethon is a player with a brilliant work ethic, who will bring a different dimension to our forward line."

Varian, who is travelling with the squad to Germany today ahead of tomorrow's friendly against Union Berlin, is the fifth July signing following the additions of Josh Kerr, Ryan Burke, Declan McDaid and John O'Sullivan.

Liam McGing (L) and Robert Jones

Finn Harps have announced the signings of defender Liam McGing and striker Robert Jones.

Australian centre-half McGing (23) began his career with Sydney FC before spending two years with fellow A-League side Wellington Phoenix.

Harps manager Ollie Horgan said: "Liam has experience at a good level and gives us some much needed depth at the back after the injury suffered by David Webster a couple of months ago. There’s always an adjustment period when you move to a new league but he has settled well and is eager to get out there and play."

Scot Jones (27) began his career with BSC Glasgow before spells with East Fife, Albion Rovers, Stranraer, Dumbarton and most recently Clyde FC.

Horgan said: "Robert gives us something a bit different going forward that we’ve maybe lacked at times. He’ll take time to adjust to a new league but we’re hopeful he can make a big contribution between now and the end of the season."