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Norwich will resist any attempts to prise talented young defender Max Aarons away from Carrow Road this summer, amid reports linking him with Manchester United. Crystal Palace are also keen.

La Liga side Real Sociedad are reportedly waiting for a bid from Everton for defender Diego Llorente.

Stoke City are interested in signing Dwight Gayle from Newcastle United this summer, according to The Sun.

Moussa Marega is keen to play in the Premier League next season, according to A Bola, with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Liverpool linked.

Sheffield United are one of the best placed sides to sign Loren from Real Betis, reports local source Informa Betis. Check him out in the video below…
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Newcastle, Blackburn and Hibernian are eyeing moves for Norwich goalkeeper Jon McCracken.

Wolves offer Spanish striker Rafa Mir to Hull City.

According to The Mirror, Tottenham Hotspur are facing a battle to keep hold of Tashan Oakley-Boothe.

Aston Villa and Newcastle United are reportedly keen on Marvelous Nakamba.

According to The Mirror, Bristol City are interested in signing Scott Hogan from Aston Villa.

Real Sociedad keen on Bournemouth player Diego Rico, he’s interested in move to La Liga.

Inter and Napoli are assessing the possibility of signing Fulham midfielder Jean Michael Seri, who has also been linked with Crystal Palace, during the summer transfer window.

According to a report from the Daily Echo, Southampton are trying to offload Guido Carrillo permanently this summer.

According to Sky Sports, Arsenal‘s Carl Jenkinson is keen on becoming a West Brom player – a move that would see him reunited with his former West Ham United manager, Slaven Bilic.

AC Milan and Inter are in contact with the agent of Watford linked midfielder Gaston Pereiro to enquire about snatching him off PSV Eindhoven this summer.

Other stories reported:

Southampton maintaining talks with Birmingham City over deal for Che Adams. Really want him. Most recent bid was rejected. (£10m+add-ons). (Lyall Thomas)

Sheffield United have joined Aston Villa for Bradley Dack – and the Blackburn star wants the Ewood Park outfit to let him speak to other clubs. (Daily Mail)

Everton manager Marco Silva is reportedly thinking of making a move for Hull City winger Jarrod Bowen.

– According to the Sunderland Echo, Nottingham Forest have been priced out of bringing back Newcastle‘s Jack Colback with his wages costing between £40,000 and £50,000 per week. Instead, the Reds are eyeing Harrison Reed from Southampton, as a cheaper alternative, according to Nottinghamshire Live.

Cardiff City are interested in Reading‘s highly-rated teenager Danny Loader, but face intense competition for his signature. Arsenal, Chelsea, Juventus, Borussia Monchengladbach, Lyon and Wolves all want him.

Eintracht Frankfurt could be a potential destination for Southampton target Max Kruse in the summer transfer window, it has been claimed in Germany.

– Tom Heaton has turned down the offer of a new contract at Burnley. Meaning he could leave for free in 12 months. Aston Villa and Bournemouth and reportedly interested and could make a move for the Englishman in the next few weeks.

– Issa Diop’s representatives due to have talks with West Ham next week. Diop happy at West Ham despite Man United interest. West Ham have asked about availability of Man United midfielder Scott McTominay. (@SkyKaveh)

– According to Sky Italia’s Gianluca Di Marzio, AC Milan have opened talks with the agents of Stuttgart defender Ozan Kabak amid interest from West Ham United.

– Young Arsenal player Eddie Nketiah is reportedly interested in a loan move, with Bristol City, Charlton Athletic and Augsburg being keen on signing the forward.

 

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