Sessegnon (left), Bernardeschi and Nolito (right) could all move clubs
TRANSFER NEWS LIVE – Updates from Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool, Arsenal, the rest of the Premier League and abroad.
Tuesday 30 May.
10.55am: Morgan Schneiderlin says he’s settled on Merseyside following his January move to Everton – and the French international midfielder is hoping the side can improve to seal a top-four finish in the Premier League next season.
"I'm very happy to be here, very happy to come in every day and happy, to find the joy on my face again, to play week in and week out and, most importantly, have good games," Schneiderlin said.
"I think that's what I did, even if I know myself that I can be even better and improve… That's my main focus and I want to improve and help this team to be in the top four."
10.30am: Moussa Sissoko has demanded crunch talks with Mauricio Pochettino about his future at Tottenham.
"I would like him to communicate better," Sissoko told French newspaper L'Equipe.
"I want a completely honest conversation to see what they plan to do, what they are seeing in terms of my future.
"The idea is to be clear very early to allow, if I need to leave, for my agent to do good work."
10.10am: Diego Costa has called on Chelsea to sign Everton striker Romelu Lukaku.
“I do not know – that’s a decision for the club,” he said when asked about a deal for the Toffees striker.
“Of course Lukaku is a very big player who played an impressive season. I hope he can sign at Chelsea because it’s a unique club.
“He is a big player and has an impressive future for himself. The past matches have proven that he has quality and scoring ability.
“He is a boy who will take great steps. Hopefully he will continue to grow – he has all the qualities to stay here. (Mickey) Batshuayi may stay because he’s young and I could be leaving.”
10.05am: Liverpool have signed youngster Dal Varesanovic to a professional contract.
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Varesanovic, 16, is rated as one of the top players in Liverpool’s academy.
There was an agreement in place that once Varesanovic came of age he could head to Liverpool and pen professional terms.
Varesanovic is an attacking midfielder and joins Liverpool from FC Sarajevo.
Arsenal want to sign Pablo Fornals
10.00am: Malaga duo Sandro Ramirez and Pablo Fornals are ‘serious’ Arsenal transfer targets, according to the Daily Mail.
Sandro scored 16 goals in 31 games this season and has a buy-out clause of just £5million.
Meanwhile, Fornals is viewed as the long-term replacement for Santi Cazorla.
9.47am: Josh Harrop could be on his way out of Manchester United.
Harrop, 21, scored on his Old Trafford debut against Crystal Palace this month.
But a lack of opportunities at the club – and Jose Mourinho’s plans to sign strikers this summer – means he may leave in the search of more game time.
Football League World claim Wigan are leading the race to sign the youngster.
A loan agreement could be struck, with Wigan seeking new players following their relegation to League One.
Luciano Spalletti has quit Roma and is favourite for the Inter Milan role
9.30am: BOURNEMOUTH MEDICAL FOR CHELSEA PLAYER
Chelsea are set to sell Asmir Begovic to Bournemouth in a £15million deal.
Chelsea almost let Begovic leave the club in January but failed to find a replacement.
The goalkeeper doesn’t want another season playing second choice to Thibaut Courtois.
And the Daily Mail claim a deal with Bournemouth has been struck.
According to the report, Begovic will have a medical at Dean Court this week.
8.50am: Luciano Spalletti’s confirmed exit from Roma is good news for Chelsea.
Inter Milan have Spalletti and Chelsea boss Antonio Conte on their list of potential candidates for the vacant job at the San Siro.
Conte has been approached and Chelsea are working hard to keep the Italian at the club.
But Inter will likely now turn to Spalletti, who has left Roma after refusing to pen a new contract.
It means Chelsea and Conte can now likely get to work on preparations for pre-season, with the transfer window opening in just over a month’s time.
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8.45am: Arsenal are set to reignite their interest in Leicester star Riyad Mahrez.
The Mirror claim the Gunners will move for the Algeria international – but only if the price is right.
Also on Arsene Wenger's radar is AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca and Monaco ace Thomas Lemar.
8.15am: Tottenham remain interested in Fulham defender Ryan Sessegnon despite Liverpool’s keenness to strike a deal.
Sessegnon, 17, has been earmarked as a viable replacement for makeshift left-back James Milner at Liverpool.
But Spurs will push to do a deal with Fulham ahead of their Premier League rivals, claim ClubCall.
Fulham are said to want £15million for Sessegnon, who scored five goals for the Cottages last season.
Manchester United and Chelsea reportedly want to sign Federico Bernardeschi
8.10am: Manchester City forward Nolito wants to quit the club and return to Spain.
Nolito has scored just once for City since October.
The £13.8million arrival from Celta Vigo told Marca he is ready to exit the Etihad club.
"Up until December I was playing and was happy, but after those four months I've hardly played," he said.
"I don't know what happened, you'll have to ask him.
"It has been a year to forget, an experience that hasn't turned out as I'd planned, but hopefully this summer we'll find a solution."
8am: Chelsea want to sign Fiorentina striker Federico Bernardeschi.
However, Manchester United are also in the running to land the Italian.
Reports in Italy from journalist Alfredo Pedulla claim Bernardeschi is available for £30million.
Juventus and Inter Milan are also eyeing the player.
And Fiorentina will supposedly sell if Bernardeschi rejects a £41,000-a-week deal.