Goal summarises the biggest transfer talk from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, the Bundesliga and beyond


EMRE CAN SCOUTED BY JUVE


HD Emre Can Liverpool

Juventus have been scouting Liverpool with a view to making a possible move for Emre Can, reports Corriere dello Sport.

The Bianconeri have been seeking new options in the middle of the park and their search has taken them to the 23-year-old, who has emerged as a key player at Anfield under Klopp.


PL GIANTS IN PERISIC HUNT


Ivan Perisic

Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool are ready to fight for the signing of Inter attacker Ivan Perisic, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.

The 27-year-old, who is thought to be valued at around €40 million by the San Siro side, has been monitored closely by the Premier League trio ahead of a potential January transfer.


PSG HIJACK KESSIE DEAL


Franck Kessie

Paris Saint-Germain are set to hijack Manchester United and Chelsea’s move for Atalanta central midfielder Franck Kessie, according to reports from Gazzetta dello Sport.

The 20-year-old has emerged as a key player for the Serie A side, scoring six goals in his 16 league appearances, and has caught the attention of the European elite.


BARCA WATCHING LIGUE 1 DUO


Maxime Lopez Dijon Marseille Ligue 1 10122016

Barcelona are keeping tabs on Marseille’s Maxime Lopez and Monaco’s Djibril Sidibe with summer bids in mind, reports Sport.

The Catalans sent scouts to watch Marseille’s Ligue 1 clash against Monaco last week – a tie that ended in a 4-1 victory for the title challengers.


PALACE COULD LOSE OUT ON EVRA


HP Patrice Evra Juventus

Crystal Palace had hope to secured the signing of veteran France left-back Patrice Evra, but Eurosport reports the Premier League side face competition from Lyon.

The Juventus defender has previously stated his admiration for the Rhone side, and with the Serie A champions linked with a move for OL’s Corentin Tolisso, it is thought that they could use him as a bargaining chip in any transfer.


TIANJIN FIND COSTA ALTERNATIVE


Chris Wood Leeds United

Tianjin Quanjian will attempt to sign Leeds United star Chris Wood as they prepare to be rejected by Chelsea’s Diego Costa, reports ESPN.

Costa has been a public transfer target of the ambitious Chinese Super League outfit but he appears set to rebuff a move to Asia in order to remain in the Premier League.


ARSENAL & EVERTON WANT GHEZZAL


Rachid Ghezzal

AS Monaco have joined Arsenal, Everton, Napoli and several others in the race to sign Lyon winger Rachid Ghezzal, The Sun reports.

Ghezzal, an Algeria international, is out of contract with the Ligue 1 side in the summer and refuses to sign an extension with Memphis Depay’s new club.


ROMA TRY TO BLOCK CHELSEA BID


Radja Nainggolan Lazio Roma Serie A

Roma are set to stop Chelsea from signing midfielder Radja Nainggolan by offering him an improved contract, according to Calciomercato.

Antonio Conte’s side had previously been linked with a move for the Belgium international, but Roma do not want to lose the 28-year-old to the Premier League side.


PSG TARGET ALLI & LALLANA


Dele Alli Tottenham 2017

Paris Saint-Germain are preparing summer bids for Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli and Liverpool playmaker Adam Lallana, according to The Times.

The reigning Ligue 1 champions have lost their air of invincibility on the domestic front this season and are ready to spend big in an effort to freshen up their ranks.


INTER BATTLE UTD FOR JAMES


James Rodriguez Real Madrid Cultural Copa del Rey

Inter are competing with Manchester United to sign €80 million attacker James Rodriguez from Real Madrid, according to Tuttosport.

The 25-year-old current deal at Madrid expires in 2020, but he could be set to exit the club due to a lack of first team action under Zinedine Zidane.


MAN CITY OPEN TO AGUERO OFFERS


Sergio Aguero Manchester City

Manchester City are willing to listen to offers for Sergio Aguero, Yahoo reports.

Aguero’s future has long been the subject of speculation, and the striker’s recent meeting with Pep Guardiola in a Manchester restaurant served only to fuel the rumours. Guardiola claimed the Argentine himself requested the dinner and that no contract details were discussed.