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  • ​Real Madrid’s Spain striker Alvaro Morata, 24, has agreed to join United and is waiting for the two clubs to agree a fee of around £60m before making the move to Old Trafford.

  • Morata’s representative, Juanma Lopez, had talks with Real Madrid representatives on Friday to pave the way for the former Juventus player’s move to United.
  • Sweden defender Victor Lindelof will complete a £35million five year move to Manchester United on Wednesday.
  • Manchester United have made a bid of £70m for Torino’s 23-year-old Italy forward Andrea Belotti.

  • AC Milan are reluctant to meet Diego Costa’s wages of £200,000-plus a week as the Chelsea striker seeks a new club after being told he is no longer part of Antonio Conte’s plans.
  • Chelsea must pay Juventus £52m for Brazil defender Alex Sandro, 26, who has three years left on his contract with the champions of Italy.

  • Inter Milan want £44m for Manchester United target Ivan Perisic.
  • Zenit St Petersburg have reportedly  joined the race to sign Tottenham  and Juventus target Douglas Costa  this summer.
  • Manchester United are interested in beating Liverpool to the signing of Sporting Lisbon forward Gelson Martins.
  • West Ham are trying to sign £17m-rated Chelsea forward Bertrand Traore. 

  • But the Hammers face competition from fellow top-flight side Everton for Bertrand Traore, while Borussia Monchengladbach, Lille, Lyon and Schalke are also interested in him.
  • West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is weighing up a £7.5m move for Toulouse forward Martin Braithwaite.
  • Tottenham are eyeing PSG full-back Serge Aurier as a replacement for Man City target Kyle Walker.
  • Arsenal are fighting to keep starlet Chris Willock with Manchester City circling as his contract expiry nears.
  • Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez, 28, says his agent “will see” to his future as he concentrates on playing for Chile in the Confederations Cup.
  • Liverpool starlet Joe Gomez is a target for new Premier League rivals Brighton.
  • Newly promoted Brighton will listen to offers for Northern Ireland midfielder Oliver Norwood, 26, just one year after signing him from Reading.
  • Sunderland keeper Jordan Pickford will consider an offer from Everton – but only once his England U21 duty is over.
  • Black Cats owner Ellis Short wants to sell the club and the Stadium of Light oufit are in positive talks with a prospective German consortium.
  • Former Sunderland and England striker Kevin Phillips, 43, is the new favourite to take charge of the Black Cats.
  • Sean Dyche remains the favourite for the Crystal Palace job despite them sounding out Frank de Boer.
  • Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk held talks with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and received videos on how he would be used in the Reds team prior to the Anfield club ending their interest in the 25-year-old.
  • Premier League newcomers Huddersfield will try to sign Leeds United’s New Zealand forward Chris Wood, 25, for £15m.
  • Leicester City are close to signing non-league defender Sam Hughes, 20, from National League side Chester for £125,000.
  • Newcastle United are closing in on the £8.7m signing of French defender Florian Lejeune, 26, from Spanish club Eibar.
  • Newcastle United’s Scotland defender Grant Hanley, 25, and Middlesbrough’s Spanish defender Daniel Ayala, 26, are both wanted by Sheffield Wednesday.
  • Premier League newcomers Huddersfield will try to sign Leeds United’s New Zealand forward Chris Wood, 25, for £15m.
  • Reading hope manager Jaap Stam will sign a new two-year contract when he returns from holiday.
  • Bolton want to sign Newcastle United winger Sammy Ameobi, 25, after the former England Under-21 international’s successful loan at Wanderers in 2016-17.
  • Aston Villa have had a £500,000 bid for Stoke’s Republic of Ireland midfielder Glenn Whelan, 33, turned down but the Championship club remain confident a deal can be done.
  • Boxing champion and Everton fan Tony Bellew says his next fight will be against whichever manager lures striker Romelu Lukaku away from Goodison Park
  • Fans of Premier League clubs can  expect fewer Saturday afternoon  kick-offs but more matches on  television from the 2019-20  season.

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