Premier League Transfer News Thursday 13 June

Griezmann, Carrasco, Fekir

Premier League transfer news and rumours

Manchester United could make a late transfer bid for Atletico Madrid midfielder Antoine Griezmann. The France international looks set for a £95 million move to Barcelona. However, United won’t be making any move this summer for Gareth Bale. More details here.

Arsenal transfer target Yannick Carrasco has confirmed that he wants a move back to Europe. However, the Gunners face competition from Bayern Munich. Arsenal are in talks with St Etienne over the transfer of the French side’s defender William Saliba. More on that story here.

Liverpool are interested once again in Lyon winger Nabil Fekir. However, they won’t meet the £53 million transfer fee they agreed with the French side last year only for the move to break down over doubts about his knee. Liverpool centre-back Dejan Lovren is a target for AC Milan. The Reds will demand around £25 million.

Chelsea are set for talks with Juventus over a compensation package for manager Maurizio Sarri. Blues defender Emerson Palmieri has ruled out a move to the Serie A side. Chelsea won’t take up the option to buy Real Madrid midfielder Matteo Kovacic following the end of his loan spell. He looks set to move to Inter Milan.

West Ham United are close to the £24 million signing of Villareal forward Pablo Fornals.

Lyon have put a price tag of €75 million (£66 million) on France international midfielder and Tottenham Hotspur transfer target Tanguy Ndombele.

Wolves and Leicester City are both interested in Burnley defender James Tarkowski.

Manchester City transfer target Lucien Agoume looks set to snub the Premier League champions. The 17-year-old looks set to move from Sochaux to Inter Milan.

Aston Villa look set to make a £14 million bid for Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips.

Paris Saint-Germain are close to signing Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt in a deal worth €75 million (£66 million). De Ligt will earn just short of £200,000 a week at the French club.