Man United close in on record deal while Chelsea and Arsenal get transfer boost

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Manchester United's pursuit of former player Paul Pogba has been one of the biggest stories of the summer so far.

It appears a deal may not be far away, according to a report in one of today's newspapers.

Man United are far from the only club to have made the headlines, though, with Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool among the other clubs to feature.

Pogba's move to Man United is close, with the Red Devils having made a bid of £86million for the Juventus midfielder. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea and Arsenal have been given a transfer boost after target Arda Turan became available at Barcelona for £20million. (Sport)

Newcastle United are interested in signing Lucas Leiva from Liverpool as part of a deal to take Georginio Wijnaldum in the opposite direction. (Daily Telegraph)

Manchester City will switch their attentions to Leicester City forward Riyad Mahrez if their chase of Schalke's Leroy Sane fails. (France Football)

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes says the club has had bids turned down for West Bromwich Albion striker Saido Berahino. (Sky Sports)

Crystal Palace are interested in signing £15million-rated West Ham United striker Diafra Sakho. (Daily Mirror)

Man United could make a £25million offer for Monaco full-back Fabinho. (Daily Mail)

The Red Devils will let Tyler Blackett, James Wilson and Will Keane leave the club. (Daily Telegraph)

Fulham are hopeful of signing striker Wilson on loan. (The Sun)

Man City and Man United want to sign £15million-rated 17-year-old Reece Oxford. (Sky Sports)

Liverpool striker Divock Origi will be a target for Atletico Madrid if they fail to re-sign Diego Costa from Chelsea. (Bleacher Report)

Chelsea forward Loic Remy could be the subject of a bid from Turkish club Besiktas later this summer. (London Evening Standard)

Man City are closing in on the £4million signing of goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli. (The Guardian)

Stoke are keen on Independiente del Valle striker Jose Angulo. (The Guardian)

Meanwhile, it is relatively quiet on the transfer front at Sunderland.