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Premier League rumours: Newcastle 'want' £3.5m man | Manchester United plot £35m swoop | Updates on Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City

Newcastle United and their Premier League rivals continue to be linked with a host of transfer targets as the new season nears.

And reports have suggested that Rafa Benitez is eyeing up a move for an attacker who is widely expected to move this summer.

Newcastle have been linked with a move for this star

Newcastle have been linked with a move for this star

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Elsewhere, there are updates on a host of other clubs from around the top flight as Newcastle's foes look to seal deals.

Here's the rumours hitting the headlines today:

Newcastle United have been linked with a move for Aston Villa winger Albert Adomah. The forward, who joined Villa from Middlesbrough for a fee believed to be around £3.5m, is being tipped to leave the Midlands this summer as the club look to move players on to ease their financial situation. And reports suggest that Benitez is keen on bringing the wideman to Tyneside this summer (Sun)

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Everton and West Ham are set to rival Arsenal for the signing of Sevilla midfielder Steven N'Zonzi (Le10 Sport)

Mexico international Hirving Lozano could be set for a £35m move to Manchester United, with the Red Devils thought to be preparing a bid for the World Cup breakthrough star (Tuttomercato)

Liverpool are lining-up a £12m move for Croatian defender Domagoj Vida (Liverpool Echo)

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Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has already picked out Eden Hazard's squad number as the Spanish side look to seal a deal for Chelsea's in-demand star (Diario Gol)

Manchester City have agreed a £60m deal with Leicester City for Riyad Mahrez, with a medical expected in the next 48 hours (Mail)

Midfielder Lucas Torreira looks set to sign for Arsenal, branding the move as a 'great opportunity' (Metro)

West Ham are hopeful of securing a triple swoop for ex-Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, Dortmund forward Andriy Yarmolenko and centre back Fabian Balbuena (Times)