Manchester United 'have made Leon Goretzka a concrete £200,000-a-week offer' to join them next summer. The Red Devils bid is claimed to be higher than what Bayern have offered him, claims The Daily Mail.
Manchester City had a €25m plus a player bid for Nuno Mendes rejected by Sporting Lisbon, reports The Mirror.
AC Milan are set to make a new offer to sign Diogo Dalot on loan from Manchester United. United will demand at least €4m/5m for a loan fee, Fabrizio Romano can confirm.
Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey is interested in a move to Aston Villa. The Midlands club are preparing a £30m swoop for the Jamaica International.
Pierluigi Gollini will fly to London tomorrow afternoon to undergo his medical at Tottenham ahead of an initial loan move from Atalanta.
Chelsea have reportedly held talks with Robert Lewandowski's agent over a possible summer move as Thomas Tuchel steps up his search for a new striker this summer, Daily Mail reports.
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