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Arsenal look to be closing in on a deal to sign Sporting Lisbon's 18-year-old Portuguese striker Tiago Tomas in the summer.
Arsenal have been told they can sign Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard, 23, for just £15m.
West Ham have joined Tottenham in the race to sign Sampdoria hotshot Mikkel Damsgaard, according to reports.
The agent of 21-year-old Lille defender Sven Botman, who has been linked with Liverpool, has denied the Dutch player has agreed a move to an unnamed club in the summer.
Celtic are keen on a move for Burnley and Republic of Ireland midfielder Robbie Brady, 29.
Burnley are considering a move for Benfica's American goalkeeper Carlos Joaquim dos Santos, 20.
Bayern Munich are stepping up their pursuit of Norwich City right-back Max Aarons, 21.
Newcastle have been offered the chance to sign former Liverpool and Chelsea forward Daniel Sturridge. The 31-year-old has been without a club since leaving Trabzonspor.
Paris St-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino is keen on signing his former Tottenham goalkeeper, 34-year-old France captain Hugo Lloris.
Former Chelsea and Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa is in talks to join boyhood club Palmeiras. Costa, 32, had his contract terminated by Atletico in January.
Steve Cooper will join the list of potential new Crystal Palace bosses after his fine work at Swansea.
Brazil defender David Luiz, 33, is set to be handed a fresh extension at Arsenal.
Manchester United are set to extend back-up keeper Lee Grant's contract at the club, with the 38-year-old English player's current deal running out in the summer.
Amad Diallo was just one of a number of promising African footballers brought to Italy using fake identity documents by traffickers, Italian prosecutors have alleged.
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