Chelsea close in on signing while Man United and Liverpool stars could leave

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Chelsea won the Premier League comfortably last season, but are reportedly in the market for more new signings this summer.

Today, a report has stated they are closing in on one new player.

That is just one of the stories to have made the headlines, with Manchester United, Sunderland and Liverpool among the other clubs to feature.

Chelsea and Juventus have held talks with Cagliari over the signing of Ghanaian midfielder Godfred Donsah. (Daily Express)

West Ham United are ready to increase their bid for Man United striker Javier Hernandez to £12million. (London Evening Standard)

Tottenham Hotspur are also interested in Hernandez, who wants Man United to reduce their £12million asking price. (Daily Star)

Liverpool youngster Ryan Kent has been the subject of a number of loan offers from Championship clubs. (Liverpool Echo)

Man United are set to sign Barcelona forward Pedro for £20million. (The Sun)

Meanwhile, the Gazette today revealed that Sunderland were in talks to sign Red Devils forward Adnan Januzaj on loan.

Wolfsburg are ready to sell Manchester City target Kevin de Bruyne if a club bids £50million for the Belgian. (Daily Mirror)

Augsburg defender Baba Rahman’s agent says the left-back is close to signing for Chelsea after agreeing personal terms with the Premier League champions. (Daily Star)

West Bromwich Albion have made an approach to sign Arsenal target and Anderlecht midfielder Dennis Praet. (talkSPORT)

Queens Park Rangers have told West Brom they will have to pay £10million for winger Matt Phillips. (The Sun)

Lyon have reportedly told Liverpool target Alexandre Lacazette that he can leave. (L’Equipe)

Chelsea are preparing an improved offer of £30million for Everton defender John Stones. (Daily Telegraph)

Rangers have made a third bid for Hibernian midfielder Scott Allan. (Glasgow Evening Times)

Aston Villa are trying to beat Liverpool and Stoke City to the signing of Barcelona winger Adama Traore. (The Sun)

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