Transfer rumours: Real Madrid, Juventus and PSG battle for Manchester United man, Ful
The end of the Premier League season is nearly upon us and attention has started to shift towards the summer transfer window despite the fact there is still plenty to be decided.
Clubs in the top-flight splashed an incredible bŠn đất CŰng tržnh King Bay amount of cash last year and that figure could be surpassed in the months ahead as the heavy hitters in the league seek to improve their squad and those below them also chase new additions.
Wolves smashed their transfer record on Thursday, making Raul Jiminez's move from Benfica permanent for around £30million.
Might their Premier League rivals Leicester City be spending a similar amount of money in the summer?
Here are all the latest transfer rumours from around the Premier League as we check in with City's rivals...
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Manchester United may face a battle to retain the services of David De Gea as Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain monitor his contract situation at Old Trafford, the Daily Express report.
The Spain international is yet to put pen-to-paper on a new contract despite the fact his current deal only runs until next summer, when he would be available to leave for free if no agreement is reached.
United could frustrate rivals Manchester City in the transfer market, though, as ESPN reports Ole Gunnar Solskjaerís side have joined the hunt for Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez, a leading target for Pep Guardiola.
City seem genuinely concerned by the emergence of their rivals in the market, as the report states Guardiola has identified Saulís Atletico teammate Rodri Hernandez as an ideal alternative.
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Tottenham Hotspur are the favourites to capitalise on Fulhamís relegation from the Premier League by signing 18-year-old talent Ryan Sessegnon from their London rivals, the Mirror state.
The Cottagersí immediate return to the Championship tuyến vÚng đai 3 was confirmed this week following defeat to Watford and it is widely expected that Sessegnon will leave Craven Cottage this summer.
Across north London, the Daily Mail says Arsenal have begun interviewing new candidates to fill their technical director role after missing out on Monchi - who elected to return to Sevilla after leaving Roma.
Former winger Marc Overmars remains on the shortlist despite only recently signing a contract extension with Ajax, while Marseilleís Andoni Zubizaretta is also under consideration.
Former Arsenal winger Marc Overmars (Image: Kent Gavin/Daily Mirror)
Elsewhere, Chelsea midfielder Mateo Kovacic is keen to move to Stamford Bridge on a permanent basis this summer when his loan deal from Real Madrid expires, Goal report.
However, the Croatia international may see the situation taken out of his hands as the Blues are set for a transfer ban following a decision from FIFA made earlier this season.
West Ham veteran Pablo Zabaleta could extend his stay at the club after revealing he is two games short of activating a clause in his contract, he told the Newham Recorder.
The 34-year-old has hinted that he could retire from football at the end of the season when his current deal with the Hammers expires.
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Finally, the Mirror report Theo Walcott khu thị thŗnh phức hợp King Bay is set to become one of the first casualties of Evertonís of new approach in the market as the Toffees seek to assemble a younger squad at Goodison Park.
The 30-year-old has fallen out of favour in the past month, making a total of just 16 appearances following his introduction off the bench in the goalless Merseyside derby in March.