Roma have had an offered rejected for Tottenham target Jean-Michael Seri, as per RMC Sport .
Pleasant would prefer not to acknowledge lower than Seri’s €40 million (£35.3m) discharge provision, with Spurs now prepared to open talks over an arrangement for the Ivorian, who has additionally been connected with Arsenal and supposedly has a €10m (£8.8m) offer from Chinese side Beijing Guoan.
CITY TO START WALKER TALKS
Manchester City are prepared to open talks with respect to an arrangement to sign Tottenham appropriate back Kyle Walker, as indicated by Sky Sports.
Walker has been a long haul focus for City, who are wanting to get the England universal for around £40 million, in spite of the fact that Spurs esteem the guard closer to the £50m stamp.
BAYERN CLOSE TO TOLISSO DEAL
Bayern Munich are near concurring an exchange charge with Lyon over midfielder Corentin Tolisso, Kicker reports.
In spite of the fact that the Germans will go lower than the €40 million in advance Lyon are seeking after, their eagerness to offer €35m with €15m of potential extra installments has enabled them to take a walk on Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester City, Juventus and AC Milan in the race to sign the flexible France man.
SPURS BACK IN FOR GINTER
Tottenham are thinking about an offered to sign Matthias Ginter in the wake of viewing the Borussia Dortmund guard amid Germany’s benevolent against Denmark on Tuesday, as per Bild.
Mauricio Pochettino was occupied with Ginter the previous summer and Dortmund are accounted for to offer for an offer in the area of €20 million (£17.8m).
SPURS WANT £60M FOR WALKER
Tottenham have expanded their approaching cost for protector Kyle Walker to £60 million, as indicated by the Daily Mirror.
Manchester City are quick to sign the England universal, however the White Hart Lane furnish feel offers have been too low given the charges being paid for different players.
CHELSEA WANT ALVES
Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham are considering swooping for Dani Alves in the summer transfer window, the Daily Mail reports.
The Brazilian is said to be open to a switch at the season’s end, with Antonio Conte in particular a big fan and keen to bring in competition for Victor Moses at wing-back.