Eliaquim Mangala is currently undergoing his medical at Saint-Etienne. He is set to sign a 6-month contract.(Source: @Tanziloic)Chelsea are considering an approach for Barcelona wonderkid Gavi, reports El Nacional. The 17-year-old's current contract would allow the Blues to sign him for €50 million (£42m/$57m), although Barca have opened talks over a possible renewal which would see his release clause climb far higher.
Arsenal are also prepared to make Fiorentina forward Dusan Vlahovic one of the highest-paid players in the world, but the Serbia international remains unsure over a move to the Gunners.
Everton have interviewed former Italy captain Fabio Cannavaro for their vacant manager role as the Toffees add to shortlist of Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard to become Rafa Benitez's replacement at Goodison Park. (Daily Mail)
Real Madrid believes that everything is agreed with Kylian Mbappé but if he accepts the latest renewal offer from PSG, Madrid will no longer make an effort to sign him. (MARCA)
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