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David de Gea is finally set to seal his summer move to Real Madrid after Manchester United accepted a €40 million (£29m) offer for the goalkeeper and, with personal terms agreed weeks ago, a deal could be announced on Sunday.
West Brom are closing in on a deal for Chelsea winger Victor Moses. The £10m-rated Nigeria international had been heavily linked with West Ham but Tony Pulis has gazuped the Hammers, while he is also keen on QPR attacker Matt Phillips.
Victor Wanyama has been left out of Southampton's squad to face Norwich as he looks to engineer a move to Tottenham. The Kenyan has told Saints he wants to leave and Spurs will make a big effort to try and sign him over the next 48 hours.
Arsenal are ready to make one final push to sign a striker before Tuesday's transfer deadline day. The Gunners have at last given up on Karim Benzema but now hope to tempt PSG forward Edinson Cavani to north London in a £50 million deal.
Borussia Dortmund are the latest club to be linked with signing Andriy Yarmolenko. The €12 million-rated attacker, also reportedly wanted by Barcelona and Everton, is top of BVB's wishlist to replace Adrian Ramos should he join Sunderland.
Wolfsburg have joined Juventus in the race to sign Julian Draxler. The Serie A champions had been close to signing the playmaker, but die Wolfe have made a late move as they seek a replacement for Manchester City-bound Kevin De Bruyne.
Chelsea are thought to be ready to break the British transfer record to land Paul Pogba, but now it seems that Juventus will reject any and all offers for the Frenchman. The Old Lady plan to keep him for another year even if €150m is offered.
Arsene Wenger has been so impressed by Riyad Mahrez's early season form for Leicester, Arsenal are mulling over a bid for the 24-year-old before the summer transfer deadline.
Swansea City are prepared to play hardball with Michu, who is free to leave but wants his £40,000 wages matched, and could let the Spaniard rot in the reserves for the final year of his contract.
Manchester United have rejected an offer from Tottenham to take out-of-favour striker Javier Hernandez to White Hart Lane.