Confirmed deals you may have missed

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Tom Heaton - Aston Villa to Man United
Tom Heaton - Aston Villa to Man United
Alex Cordaz – Crotone to Inter Milan
Alex Cordaz – Crotone to Inter Milan
Emmanuel Dennis – Club Brugge to Warford
Emmanuel Dennis – Club Brugge to Warford
Alexander Nübel - Bayern Munich to AS Monaco (loan
Alexander Nübel - Bayern Munich to AS Monaco (loan)
Nuno Espírito Santo – Unemployed to Tottenham Host
Nuno Espírito Santo – Unemployed to Tottenham Hostpur
Milot Rashica – Werder Bremen to Norwich City
Milot Rashica – Werder Bremen to Norwich City
Jean-Clair Todibo – Barcelona to Nice
Jean-Clair Todibo – Barcelona to Nice
Billy Gilmour – Chelsea to Norwich City (loan)
Billy Gilmour – Chelsea to Norwich City (loan)
Rafael Benitez – Dalian Professional to Everton
Rafael Benitez – Dalian Professional to Everton
Caden Clark – New York Red Bulls to RB Leipzig
Caden Clark – New York Red Bulls to RB Leipzig
Patson Daka – RB Salzburg to Leicester City
Patson Daka – RB Salzburg to Leicester City
Jadon Sancho – Borussia Dortmund to Man United
Jadon Sancho – Borussia Dortmund to Man United
Boubakary Soumare – Lille OSC to Leicester City
Boubakary Soumare – Lille OSC to Leicester City
Romain Perraud – Stade Brest to Southampton
Romain Perraud – Stade Brest to Southampton
Victor Moses – Chelsea to Spartak Moscow (loan mad
Victor Moses – Chelsea to Spartak Moscow (loan made permanent)

The European transfer window is open and buzzing, and there have already been some headline-grabbing deals being made. Here are a few you may have missed!

With the 2020 UEFA European Championship well underway, it is understandable that some transfers may have gone under the radar.

Although the Premier League's transfer window officially opened 9 June, the windows for the rest of Europe's top five leagues (LaLiga, Bundesliga, Serie A, and Ligue 1) only opened on Thursday, 1 July.

Scroll through the gallery above to see 15 deals you may have missed, including two managers' moves

A couple of managerial appointments were confirmed over the past few days, with Nuno Espirito Santo joining Tottenham Hotspur and Rafa Benitez taking over at Everton on a three-year deal.

Read: Man Utd announce 2 new player deals

Jadon Sancho finally made his long-awaited switch to Manchester United, and Norwich City have strengthened their side as they look to stay in Premier League this time around with the signings of Billy Gilmour and a tricky Bundesliga attacker.

Two African stars, Emmanuel Dennis of Nigeria and Zambia's Patson Daka, secured EPL moves of their own, having joined Watford and Leicester City, respectively.

The Premier League transfer window is open for 12 weeks and will close on 31 August, along with the rest of Europe's top five leagues – scroll through the gallery above to see some more deals you may have missed over the past few days!