Manchester City are particularly in the news this Sunday as Pep Guardiola and co. keep on searching for ways to strengthen themselves ahead of their title defense next season.
Harry Kane is at the highest point of City's list of players to get, however the Tottenham striker is additionally the subject of interest from both Manchester United and Chelsea as well.
Raheem Sterling's future has been tossed into uncertainty with the forward troubled at being offered as a possible makeweight in an arrangement to sign Kane from Tottenham.
While Reece James is a goal for Man City, with Chelsea quick to hold their Champions League-winning right-back.
Reds See Coman bid dismissed
Liverpool are looking at the signing of Bayern Munich's Kingsley Coman this late spring.
The Frenchman has stayed through six fruitful seasons at the German giants and is on agreement until 2022.
As per Gazzetta dello Sport,The Reds have presented a proposal of €35m (£30m) for the 23-year-old, yet have been advised to up their bid to €50m (£42m).
Bellerin closes on Arsenal exit
Hector Bellerin is drawing in expected admirers from abroad as the 26-year-old looks to determine his Arsenal future in the coming weeks.
The Spaniard is set to end his decade at the Emirates this mid year.
Numerous sides across the world competing for his signature, including Atletico Madrid and Villarreal and Italian giants Inter Milan.
Aston Villa need Abraham return
Aston Villa are prepared to spend up to £40million to move Tammy Abraham from Chelsea.
The 23-year-old striker has been told he can leave Stamford Bridge as he is not in Thomas Tuchel's plans.
What's more, that has opened the entryway for manager Dean Smith at Aston Villa, where abraham had a fruitful loan spell in 2018-19 – assisting them with winning comeback to the Premier League.
Crystal Palace and West Ham have been linked with an interest in the player, despite the fact that Hammers manager David Moyes made it clear Chelsea's asking cost was excessively high.
The transfer fee isn't an issue for Villa's well off owners, with or without the £100m Manchester City are quick to give them for Jack Grealish. What's more, with Abraham open to a move back toward the West Midlands, Villa are prepared to sign him.
Abraham, capped multiple times by England, would turn into Villa's record books – breaking the £34.5m they paid Norwich this mid year for Emi Buendia.
Aouar draws in Spurs and Arsenal consideration
Tottenham are prepared to compete with Arsenal for Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar.
The Gunners have drawn out interest in the France international, having attempted to sign him the previous summer.
Be that as it may, Spurs are additionally hoping to add creativity to their midfield and the 22-year-old is on new managing director of football Fabio Paratici's list of targets.
Aouar scored seven goals and contributed with three assists in Ligue 1 last season to help Lyon finish fourth.
He actually has two years to run on his agreement, however Lyon are prepared to trade out as they have issues financially at the aftermath of the Covid pandemic
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