Liverpool and Arsenal receive transfer boost while Man United and Chelsea make bids

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SOME of the Premier League’s highest-profile clubs are already being linked with summer transfers, despite the season still having over two months to go.

It looks set to be a busy window, and today Liverpool and Arsenal appear to have received a transfer boost.

However, they are far from the only clubs to have made the headlines, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Southampton among the others to feature.

Liverpool and Arsenal have been given hope in their pursuit of Alvaro Morata, with Juventus ready to listen to bids for the striker. (Metro)

Man United have made a £5.7m offer for Brazilian forward Kenedy, who has been described as the new Neymar. (Metro)

Chelsea have agreed a deal of £2.3m with Viitorul Constanta for 17-year-old right-back Cristian Manea. (Daily Mail)

Southampton are ready to make Morgan Schneiderlin their highest-paid player in an attempt to see off interest from Arsenal. (Daily Mirror)

Paul Pogba’s agent says the midfielder may yet decide to stay at Juventus in the summer, despite interest from Chelsea, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain. (Daily Mail)

Nemanja Matic has been handed a new five-year contract at Chelsea worth £93,000-a-week. (Daily Express)

Former Man United player Ray Wilkins believes the Old Trafford club will not make Radamel Falcao’s loan from Monaco permanent. (talkSPORT)

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