With the Premier League season getting ever nearer, Newcastle United and their Premier League opponents continue to strengthen.
Reports today suggest that Rafa Benitez's side are chasing a pacy winger, while Manchester United could be set to land an in-demand midfielder.
Elsewhere, there are updates from plenty of clubs in the top flight as they look to make some new additions.
Here's the news hitting the headlines today:
Newcastle United are interested in Sporting Lisbon winger Carlos Mane. The Portuguese club are fearing a mass exodus of players after public criticism from the club president, and that has alerted a number of Premier League clubs. Mane, who spent last season on loan at Stuttgart in Germany, is keen on a move away and is interesting the Tynesiders and Everton (TEAMtalk)
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Manchester United were keen on a £50m deal for Danny Rose, but have now withdrawn their interest in the England defender (Telegraph)
Aston Villa winger Jack Grealish continues to interest Cheslea, who are prepared to spend £30m to land the winger before loaning him back to the Villains next season (TEAMtalk)
Manchester City have failed to come to an agreement with Raheem Sterling over a new contract (Sky Sports)
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PSG have offered midfielder Marco Verratti to Manchester United, as the 25-year-old Italian international wants to leave France this summer (Calciomercato)
Liverpool are eyeing up other goalkeepers after cooling their interest in Roma stopper Alisson (Liverpool Echo)
Newly-promoted Fulham have made an £8m bid for Swansea forward Jordan Ayew (Sky Sports)
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Sevilla midfielder Steven N'Zonzi has admitted he is keen to play for a 'big team' after being linked with Arsenal (Sun)
Burnley are keen on a £25m double-swoop for West Brom duo Craig Dawson and Jay Rodriguez (Mirror)
Hertha Berlin left-back Marvin Plattenhardt is interesting Everton (Sky Sports)