Man City close in on £46.5m Jorginho
Manchester City are nearing a deal to sign Napoli midfielder Jorginho for around £46.5 million (€53m/$62m), reports Sky Sports News.
There are still details to be ironed out, but the Italy international appears set to join up with the Premier League champions.
Barcelona keeping tabs on Lozano
Barcelona are tracking Mexico star Hirving “Chucky” Lozano, reports ESPN FC.
The PSV star scored the lone goal in Mexico’s shock win over Germany on Sunday, and will likely depart the Eredivisie side this summer amid interest from across Europe.
The Blaugrana could struggle to land Lozano, with Philippe Coutinho, Paulinho and Yerry Mina currently occupying the club’s non-E.U. spots and Arthur Melo on his way in the winter.
Everton target Martins and De Ligt
Everton are hoping to sign Sporting Lisbon winger Gelson Martins and Ajax defender Matthijs De Ligt, reports The Telegraph.
De Ligt, 18, is one of Europe’s most sought-after defensive prospects, drawing interest from the likes of Barcelona and Manchester City.
Martins, 23, is also likely to be in high demand this summer, with Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham all looking to make a move.
De Jong fuels Barcelona transfer talk
Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong is not ruling out a move to Barcelona.
The 21-year-old is tipped for a big future, and the Blaugrana have identified him as a possible replacement for Andres Iniesta.
Read what De Jong had to say about Barcelona right here!
CSKA rejects €17m Juve offer for Golovin
CSKA Moscow have rejected Juventus’ first offer for midfielder Aleksandr Golovin, reports Gianluca Di Marzio.
The Serie A champions offered €17 million (£15m/$20m) plus bonuses, but CSKA are holding out for €25m (£22m/$29m) for the Russia international star.
Liverpool to demand £15m for Sturridge
Liverpool will demand £15 million (€17m/$20m) for striker Daniel Sturridge, reports The Telegraph.
Sevilla and Fenerbahce are both interested in signing the 28-year-old, who will likely depart Liverpool this summer after falling out of favour under Jurgen Klopp.
Sturridge spent the second half of last season on loan at West Brom, but injuries limited him to just six appearances with the club.
Southampton join race for Wilshere
Southampton have joined the race for Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, reports the Mirror.
Wilshere will be out of contract on July 1, and has yet to make a decision on his future with the Gunners.
The 26-year-old has offers from a variety of clubs, including West Ham, Wolves, Sampdoria and AC Milan.
Griezmann, Hernandez & Lemar agree Atleti deals
Atletico Madrid have announced deals for France internationals Antoine Griezmann, Lucas Hernandez and Thomas Lemar.
Griezmann and Hernandez have inked extensions with the La Liga runners-up, signing through 2023 and 2024 respectively.
Lemar has agreed personal terms with Atletico, and his move from Monaco will be confirmed following the completion of paperwork and a medical.
Read the full story on Goal!
Maddison set for Leicester move
In-demand Norwich midfielder James Maddison has decided to join Leicester City, reports Sky Sports News.
Several Premier League clubs were chasing the 21-year-old, and Maddison eventually decided to move to the King Power Stad over Southampton.
Both Leicester and Southampton had previously agreed a fee in the range of £22 million (€25m/$29m) for the England U-21 international.
West Ham agree £22m Diop fee
West Ham have agreed a fee of £22 million (€25m/$29m) with Toulouse to sign defender Issa Diop, reports the Daily Mail.
The 21-year-old is due in London on Monday to discuss personal terms, which are no sure bet to be finalised.
Diop is understood to be demanding significantly more than the Hammers are proposing in their contract offer.
€25m Leno set for Arsenal switch
Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno is set to complete a €25 million (£21.9m/$29m) move to Arsenal, reports Kicker.
Leno has attracted attention from across Europe this summer, with Atletico Madrid and Napoli further rumoured destinations.
But he has ultimately plumped for the Emirates Stadium, where he will sign a five-year contract on Tuesday pending a medical.