Sevilla can't agree Vidal fee
Vidal signed for Barca in the summer of 2015, but will be allowed to leave Camp Nou in January, with Sevilla leading the chase for the right-back.
However, Barcelona want €12 million for the 28-year-old, with Sevilla hoping the price will be dropped after offering €8m up front plus €2m in add-ons so far.
Liverpool and Manchester United have also been linked with an approach for Vidal, but only a huge financial offer is expected to tempt him to the Premier League.
Man Utd push for Seri deal
Manchester United will aim to follow up the signing of Alexis Sanchez by agreeing a deal for Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri, claims The Sun .
Alexis completed his move to United from Arsenal on Monday , and now Jose Mourinho wants an agreement in place to sign Seri, either this month or in the summer.
Seri is also an option for Manchester City, although the Ivory Coast international is viewed as a back-up to prime target Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred .
Barcelona, Chelsea and Liverpool have all previously shown an interest in Seri, but Mourinho hopes United can beat their rivals to the signing of the 26-year-old.
Roma could replace Dzeko with Sturridge
Roma could replace Chelsea-bound striker Edin Dzeko with Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge, according to the Daily Star .
Liverpool reportedly want the England striker to complete a £35 million move following an initial loan spell, and Roma could fit the bill if Dzeko's move to Stamford Bridge goes through.
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No Sturridge offer from Sevilla
Sevilla have not made an official approach to sign Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge on loan, reports Sky Sports News .
Reports had suggested that Sevilla have identified Sturridge as an alternative January signing if they fail to agree a deal with Chelsea for Michy Batshuayi.
Egypt FA chief calls for Salah in Real Madrid
According to the newspaper, Abo Rida asserted that Los Merengues would make an offer for Salah over the summer and allegedly stated such a move would "be great for Egyptian football".
Liverpool shift focus to Pulisic
After pulling out of the race for Thomas Lemar, Liverpool have turned their attention to U.S. international Christian Pulisic, according to the Daily Star .
The Reds moved away from Monaco's Lemar due to his £100 million price tag, but they believe Pulisic has a similiar skill set.
Liverpool, who are owned by the U.S.-based Fenway Sports Group, would also like to add an American to their squad.