Premier League transfers: Newcastle want €14m midfielder | Arsenal and Chelsea want Manchester United man | Updates on Liverpool, Tottenham

One in, one out at St James's Park?
One in, one out at St James's Park?

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

And reports today suggest that Newcastle are keen on bringing in a cultured midfielder, but another player could be on his way out of St James's Park.

Meanwhile, there are updates on a number of other teams including Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool.

Here's the news hitting the headlines today:

Newcastle United have reportedly had a bid for Lille midfielder Thiago Maia rejected. The 21-year-old, who helped Brazil to an Olympics gold medal in 2016, was one of the shining lights in Lille's poor season as he excelled in the heart of the French club's midfielder. Maia only joined Lille last summer for €14m but is attracting plenty of interest (La Voix du Nord)

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Meanwhile, Dwight Gayle could be set to leave Newcastle as new Stoke City boss Gary Rowett looks to snap up the striker (Mirror)

Arsenal and Chelsea are keen on Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson - who spent last season on loan at Shrewsbury - but the stopper is expected to sign a new deal at Old Trafford (Mail)

Having tied down Harry Kane to a new contract, Tottenham are now looking to agree a new deal with Dele Alli (London Evening Standard)

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Liverpool are looking unlikely to bid for Roma keeper Alisson, despite heavy speculation earlier this summer (Sky Sports)

Lucas Torreira of Sampdoria is interesting Arsenal, with the midfielder valued at £22m (Mail)

Wolves are closing to finalising a deal to bring Benfica striker Raul Jimenez to Molineux on a season-long loan (Sky Sports)

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Everton are likely to be the first club to bid for Norwich City's James Maddison, with the Canaries holding out for a £20m fee (Guardian)

Marcus Rashford will hold talks over a new contract with Manchester United once he returns from the World Cup (Sun)