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Transfer Talk: Whelan, Zaha, Oztumer, Dias, McCarthy, Costa, Magennis, Knockaert, Sturridge, Bachmann, Wilson, Adam

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Check out the transfer talk for the Premier League…

According to the Evening Standard, Everton are ready to rival Arsenal for the signature of Crystal Palace‘s Wilfried Zaha. Sky Sports report manager Roy Hodgson says he is unaware of Wilfried Zaha telling the club he wants to leave and expects the forward to stay at Selhurst Park this summer.

Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly entered the race to sign highly rated Benfica and Portugal defender Ruben Dias, according to The Express & Star.

Wolves have entered talks with AC Milan over the future of striker Patrick Cutrone, according to reports.

Everton are confident of sealing a deal for Flamengo‘s 17-year-old midfielder Reinier, according to reports from Brazil.

Sheffield United have turned their attention to Colombia international Roger Martinez as the Blades continue to scour the market for a new centre-forward, as reported by El Deportivo.

Bournemouth have reportedly struck a deal with partner club FC Zurich for teenage ‘super talent’ Becir Omeragic.

Independiente have rejected an approach from Sheffield United for their young midfielder Alan Soñora, according to Olé.

According to a report from Spanish media outlet Sport, Liverpool are currently in talks with the agent of Philipp Max regarding a potential swoop for the Augsburg defender.

Other stories reported:

– According to Sky Sports’ Kaveh Solkehol, Newcastle are interested in Mainz striker Jean-Philippe Mateta and Genk goal-machine Mbwana Samatta.

Crystal Palace have made an £8m bid for Everton midfielder James McCarthy. (Source: Sky Sports)

– “Wolves. Clearing way for keeper Jack Ruddy to leave. Ross County want him.” (Alan Nixon)

Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has refused to be drawn on speculation linking Atletico Madrid with a sensational Molineux move for Diego Costa this summer. It seems though that the rumour (looking to have been started by Football Daily) is a fake with false quotes, a way for others to make profit from a rumour Sport Witness reveal.

Middlesbrough are in talks with West Ham over a potential loan move for winger Grady Diangana, Football Insider have reported.

Watford have been given a boost in their hopes of keeping Gerard Deulofeu this summer after the Spaniard said he feels at home at the club.

Aston Villa have held talks with Daniel Sturridge over a potential move this summer.

Everton could miss out Kurt Zouma as Frank Lampard admits he wants to keep him at Chelsea this summer.

Leicester City linked Dennis Praet is not keen to join Fiorentina from Sampdoria.

Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder says he is “very confident” of re-signing goalkeeper Dean Henderson from Manchester United.

Burnley will only sell Tom Heaton if their £12m valuation is met, amid ongoing interest from Aston Villa. (Source: Birmingham Mail)

Derby County are plotting a move for Watford goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann according to the Football Insider.

Chelsea‘s 18-year-old Ethan Ampadu is reportedly undergoing a medical ahead of potential loan move to Bundesliga side RB Leipzig.

Derby have made an ambitious bid to try and keep Liverpool star Harry Wilson for another year.

Alaves have joined the chase for Sheffield United and Nottingham Forest linked Younousse Sankhare.

– Phillip Cocu says he will delve into his extensive list of contacts – which includes Pep Guardiola – to strengthen his new Derby County squad.

Brighton‘s Anthony Knockaert is undergoing a medical with Championship side Fulham.

– Rafa Benitez did not want to sign striker Joelinton for Newcastle, claims a report.

Liverpool and Manchester City are set to go head-to-head for the signature of promising Fenerbahce keeper Berke Ozer.

– Merih Demiral is the subject of interest from Manchester United. The defender only signed for Juventus for €18m from Sassuolo at the start of the month. (Source: Turkish Football)

 

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