Chelsea and Man United ready to pay £55m while Arsenal and Liverpool told to spend big

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BIG money could be changing hands again this summer, with many of the Premier League’s top clubs already being linked with high-profile transfers.

Since the January window closed, speculation about summer business has gradually increased, and that trend only looks set to continue in the coming weeks.

Today, Chelsea and Manchester United have been linked with one of the most talked-about players in Europe, while Arsenal and Liverpool are among the other clubs to have made the headlines.

Juventus claim that Chelsea and Man United are ready to spend as much as £55m on French midfielder Paul Pogba. (Daily Express)

Arsenal, Liverpool and Man United have been told they will have to pay at least £28.5m to land Palermo forward Paulo Dybala. (Daily Express)

Atletico Madrid could make a bid to re-sign Chelsea left-back Filipe Luis. (Daily Telegraph)

Alan Pardew wants to be reunited with former Newcastle United loanee Loic Remy, currently of Chelsea, at Crystal Palace. (Daily Star)

Former Newcastle and Sunderland striker Michael Chopra is in training with Port Vale. (Daily Mail)

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