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Chelsea set to seal £50m triple deal while Man City target prefers rivals

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CHELSEA, Manchester City and Manchester United are among the clubs being strongly linked with transfers this summer, and more players have been linked with them today.

In fact, it appears the Manchester clubs may be set to battle it out over one target, while Chelsea seem to be closing in on a number of signings.

The World Cup may now be less than a week away, but transfers are still dominating the agenda.

Chelsea look set to be one of the busiest clubs this summer, and they are hoping to sign Atletico Madrid trio Filipe Luis, Tiago and Diego Costa for £50m. (Daily Mirror)

Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas is another who could be on his way to Stamford Bridge, with Jose Mourinho admitting his interest in a £30m deal. (The Times)

Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala is Manchester City’s top transfer target, but he would prefer a move to Manchester United. (The Guardian)

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez would cost Real Madrid £80m. (Marca)

Sevilla have accepted a £17.9m offer from Liverpool for left-back Alberto Moreno, who will sign a five-year deal. (Daily Mirror)

Napoli and Italy forward Lorenzo Insigne could join Arsenal for £17m if he has a good World Cup. (Metro)

Newcastle United want Ajax playmaker Siem de Jong. (Daily Star)

Inter Milan and Manchester United are talking over a £10m deal for Javier Hernandez. (Daily Express)

Paris Saint-Germain could sell defender Marquinhos, who is a target of Manchester City. (talkSPORT)

Potential Man United target Pedro is unsure of his future at Barcelona. (mundodeportivo.com)

Pachuca claim Chelsea are interested in their winger Jurgen Damm. (Daily Star)

Mauricio Pochettino wants to make Bayern Munich winger Julian Green his first signing as Tottenham Hotspur manager for £5m. (Metro)

Nice defender Timothee Kolodziejczak, who is valued at £2.5m, is the subject of an offer from West Ham United. (talkSPORT)

Fiorentina are not interested in making Modibo Diakite’s loan from Sunderland permanent. (Sky Sports)

 

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