Transfer rumours: Traore, Bellerin, Pogba, Olsen, Lenglet

Kacper Wilkins
Kacper Wilkins
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Liverpool have made an approach for Wolves and Spain winger Adama Traore, 25. (Football Insider)external-link

Hector Bellerin, 26, wants to quit Arsenal and join Italian champions Inter Milan. The Spanish full-back was linked with a move away from the Emirates last term and Paris St-Germain then mentioned as the most likely destination. (FourFourTwo)external-link

Spain defender Sergio Ramos, 35, turned down offers from Arsenal and Manchester City before joining Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer. (Goal)external-link

Liverpool are preparing a £35m bid for Atletico Madrid’s Spain midfielder Saul Niguez, 26. (AS – in Spanish)external-link

Leicester, AC Milan and Inter Milan have expressed an interest in signing Brazil forward Philippe Coutinho, 29, from Barcelona. (Sport – in Spanish)external-link

Netherlands forward Memphis Depay, 27, has accepted a 30% pay cut just three weeks after joining Barcelona as the club need to reduce costs in order to comply with La Liga’s salary cap regulations. (Goal)external-link

Everton will only listen to permanent offers for Italy striker Moise Kean, 21, who spent last season on loan at Paris Saint-Germain. (Athletic – subscription required)external-link

West Ham face competition for Roma goalkeeper Robin Olsen, with Atletico Madrid and Lille keen. The Sweden international, 31, was in fine form during a season-long loan at Everton last season and his displays at Euro 2020 have attracted the Hammers. (AS, via WestHamZone)external-link

Paris St-Germain believe they can land Paul Pogba for a cut-price £50m as they plot a raid for the 28-year-old Manchester United and France midfielder. (Star)external-link

Former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, 69, is expected to take over from 51-year-old Frank de Boer as the Netherlands coach. (NOS)external-link

Chelsea’s France striker Olivier Giroud, 34, is on the verge of signing a two-year contract with Italian outfit AC Milan. (Mail)external-link

Tottenham are considering a bid for highly-rated Wolfsburg defender Maxence Lacroix. The Frenchman, 21, joined the Bundesliga side from Sochaux last summer and has been likened to Rio Ferdinand. (The Boot Room)external-link

Manchester United winger Tahith Chong is nearing a deal to join Birmingham on loan. The 21-year-old Dutchman has been out on loan in the past couple of years at Belgian outfit Club Brugge and German side Werder Bremen. (Telegraph)external-link

Juventus right-back Danilo, 29, revealed he would like Gabriel Jesus – his ex-Manchester City team-mate and fellow Brazilian – to join him in Turin, with the 24-year-old striker linked with the Serie A side. (Sports Illustrated)external-link

Tottenham, Leeds and Leicester City target Mikkel Damsgaard is set to become a Premier League player next season with the Denmark star’s agent in talks with a number of English clubs. Sampdoria president Massimo Ferrero said the forward, 21, has increased in value following impressive performances at the Euros. (HITC)external-link

Everton boss Rafa Benitez is keen on taking French defender Clement Lenglet, 26, from Barcelona. (Fichajes)external-link

Tottenham are frontrunners to sign Bologna and Japan defender Takehiro Tomiyasu, 22. (Football Insider)external-link

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has told Anfield bosses the three players he wants this summer, including France winger Kingsley Coman. The 25-year-old Bayern Munich star could cost the Reds up to £86m. (Mirror)external-link

Meanwhile, the Reds are also chasing the Netherlands international Donyell Malen after the 22-year-old PSV Eindhoven shone at Euro 2020. (Express)external-link

Leeds are trying to sign Lyon and Ivory Coast defender Maxwel Cornet, 24. (Olympique et Lyonnais)external-link

Marcelo Bielsa’s men still want to take English winger Ryan Kent, 24, from Rangers. (Athletic)external-link

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