Chelsea first for Felipe Anderson, Prem clubs eye William Carvalho

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TOP STORY: Chelsea to offer Lazio star fresh start, Carvalho interest

Felipe Anderson was one of Europe's finest young talents two seasons ago, but the Brazilian failed to live up to expectations in 2015-16. Now, Lazio are prepared to cash in on the 23-year-old, according to reports from the Gazzetta World.

Despite struggling to hit the heights of the previous season, Felipe produced seven goals and four assists as Lazio finished a disappointing eighth place. The winger has linked up with agent Giuliano Bertolucci, who has strong ties with the Blues; Italian outlet Gazetta World suggested a move to Stamford Bridge.

Fresh from winning Euro 2016 with Portugal, William Carvalho could now be on his way to the Premier League. The Sun claims that Everton have joined the race to sign the Sporting Lisbon midfielder, with Southampton and Leicester also interestd.


22.58 BST: That's all for the live blog tonight, but we'll be back very shortly with a look at Tuesday's papers, which feature tidbits like Chelsea's renewed push for N'Golo Kante.

22.25 BST: France star Dimitri Payet is unlikely to leave West Ham this summer and certainly not for anything less than £50 million, says the club's co-owner David Gold.

"To be absolutely honest with you, we just don't welcome any offers at all for Dimitri," Gold told BBC Radio. Read.

22.05 BST: Iceland's players drew a lot of attention at Euro 2016, and defender Hordur Magnusson could be the first to capitalize despite not appearing in the tournament.

The Daily Mail reports Bristol City are set to pay £2.5m to take him off the books at Juventus, who have sent him on a series of loans in Serie B.

21.50 BST: Real Madrid midfielder Lucas Silva's proposed loan to Sporting Lisbon fell through this weekend when his medical revealed a heart issue. Reports on Sunday said the 23-year-old had announced his retirement, but Silva said a day later he has no plans to step away and hopes to have more tests in Madrid. Read.

21.29 BST: Newly promoted Burnley have offered £3m for Republic of Ireland midfielder Jeff Hendrick, but Derby County have turned down the Clarets, BBC Radio Derby reports.

The Mirror also reports that Burnley were denied by Brighton in a £4m bid for Dale Stephens.

21.06 BST: DONE DEAL Valencia have signed former Spain under-21 midfielder Alvaro Medran from Real Madrid. The 22-year-old spent the 2015-16 season on loan with Getafe and made only two league appearances for Real.

20.57 BST: Mauro Icardi is not for sale after all, insists Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio, who was in a giving mood in a news conference as he laid out the club's summer plans.

Ausilio confirmed Inter's interest in Sporting's Joao Mario, Brazilian starlet Gabriel Jesus and Roma's Juan Jesus, but he ruled out moves for Sassuolo's Domenico Berardi and Lazio's Antonio Candreva. Read.

20.31 BST: DONE DEAL After a year at Rayo, goalkeeper Yoel Rodriguez is on the move again as Valencia have loaned him to Eibar for the upcoming season, with an option to buy for the Basque club.

20.20 BST: DONE DEAL The Vancouver Whitecaps make it two-for-two on Canada international defenders today by completing the signing of Marcel de Jong, who will join David Edgar as new additions for the MLS club.

20.06 BST: DONE DEAL Defensive midfielder Jose Alberto Canas has left Espanyol to sign a three-year deal in Greece with PAOK.

19.38 BST: Despite multiple reports, including ESPN FC sources, saying that Christian Benteke is in line to sign with Crystal Palace, his agent Kismet Eris told Sky Sports on Monday that there is "nothing in" them.

Benteke, Eris says, is happy at Liverpool and wants to stay. Of course that doesn't mean Liverpool are happy with him...

19.10 BST: DONE DEAL Southampton have made a major swoop for Bayern Munich midfielder Pierre-Emile Højbjerg.

The Denmark international has signed a five-year deal with the Saints after playing at Schalke on loan last season. Read.

19.01 BST: DONE DEAL Sevilla have completed the signing of Matias Kranevitter on loan from Atletico Madrid. The teams announced the move last week, but the midfielder completed a medical on Monday and has now officially signed on.

Sevilla are also set to make official their move for Sampdoria's Joaquin Correa, but the Spanish club said he had yet to complete his medical on Monday.

18:45 BST: Marseille have triggered the £7.1m release clause of Aston Villa midfielder Idrissa Gueye, Sky Sports reports.

The 26-year-old made 38 appearances last season but with Villa starting life after relegation, Gueye appears set to return to France, where he played for five years with Lille.

18.24 BST: DONE DEAL Watford's teenage forward Adalberto Penaranda will spend next season on loan at Udinese after playing for Granada last year.

18.10 BST: Staying in MLS, the Vancouver Whitecaps have signed former Burnley defender David Edgar. Reports over the weekend heavily linked Marcel de Jong to a Whitecaps deal as well. Both Canada internationals were free agents.

18.00 BST: According to a GazzaMercato report, Palermo are in talks with the New England Revolution of MLS to sign midfielder Diego Fagundez. The reported deal would start with a loan and could go to a permanent deal worth €3.5 ($3.9m).

Fagundez, 21, signed a new deal with the Revs in January after being linked to Palermo at that time as well.

17.22 BST: DONE DEAL Some transfer news coming out of Liverpool...

17.15 BST: Former Arsenal goalkeeper Alex Manninger is training with Liverpool, a source close to the club has confirmed to ESPN FC. The 39-year-old is taking part in preseason training at the club's training complex, with the Liverpool Echo reporting that he could be signed as a back-up option on a one-year deal.

17.07 BST: DONE DEAL Inter Milan have confirmed that Cristiano Biraghi has moved to Delfino Pescara on a permanent deal, while Rey Manaj has joined Pescara on a year-long loan.

17.04 BST: Burnley have already had a bid reportedly turned down for Derby midfielder Jeff Hendrick on Monday and have now apparently failed in their attempts to sign Dale Stephens from Brighton. The Daily Mail claims the Clarets had an offer of €4 million rejected for the midfielder.

16.54 BST: Fiorentina midfielder Borja Valero says he is unaware of any interest in him from alleged suitors AC Milan. "As for Milan's interest, I know no more than you do," he is quoted as saying by Football Italia. "I have no news of any kind."

16.23 BST: Manchester City must come back with a third offer for Bruno Peres if they want to sign the defender from Torino, according to Gazzetta World. City have had bids of €15 million and €17.5m reportedly turned now, with Torino holding out for around €20m.

16.02 BST: Napoli will attempt to close in on deals this week to sign Zenit St Petersburg's Axel Witsel and Juventus' Roberto Pereyra, Football Italia reports. Witsel could set the club back €22 million plus €3m in bonuses, while Pereyra will cost €18m in total.

15.46 BST: News that Allan McGregor could be out injured for up to six months may force Hull into the transfer market. "The injury to the goalkeeper is a big one," Tigers boss Steve Bruce said. "You've got to go with three goalkeepers and if Allan is going to be out for four to six months I'm going to have to address that. That isn't healthy." Read.

15.39 BST: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has indicated that his squad could be set for further changes before the end of the summer transfer window. "We have brought a few new faces in, we will keep some others," he said. Read.

15.15 BST: Barcelona have rejected reports that Lionel Messi is thinking about leaving the Camp Nou when his contract expires in 2018. "We have maintained contact with his entourage and we are not aware Leo wants to leave the club, we simply don't get that feeling," Barca spokesperson Josep Vives is quoted as saying by Marca.

15.08 BST: Barcelona are awaiting Samuel Umtiti's return home from Euro 2016 with France in order to conclude his transfer from Lyon, Sport reports. Barca expect to complete the formalities of the deal on Tuesday before the defender is officially presented at the Camp Nou.

14.54 BST: Manchester United and Juventus are both lining up bids for Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko, Goal claims. However, United will only make an offer if they fail to sign Paul Pogba from Juve, while Juve will only make a move if they sell Pogba to United.

14.31 BST: DONE DEAL Another done deal for you as Bologna have announced that they have signed Simone Verdi from AC Milan...

14.17 BST: DONE DEAL Jack Sullivan has turned out to be right as West Ham have just confirmed the signing of Gokhan Tore on a season-long loan deal from Besiktas with a view to a permanent move. Story here.

14.00 BST: West Ham have completed the signing of Gokhan Tore on loan from Besiktas, according to Jack Sullivan -- the son of Hammers joint-owner David Sullivan...

13.47 BST: DONE DEAL Southampton have announced that Graziano Pelle has left the club to join Chinese side Shandong Luneng... Read.

And here is Pelle in his new club colours...

13.40 BST: Juventus' Simone Zaza is likely to accept a move to Wolfsburg, Tuttosport reports. Juve have received a €30 million bid from the Bundesliga side, who will be able to offer the player regular first-team football.

13.36 BST: According to Corriere dello Sport, Inter Milan are looking at bringing in one of Chelsea's Juan Cuadrado or Tottenham's Erik Lamela should they fail to sign Joao Mario from Sporting Lisbon.

13.19 BST: Saido Berahino has rejected the offer of a new four-year contract from West Bromwich Albion, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC. West Brom may now be forced to sell him this summer, with Watford, Stoke City and Crystal Palace all interested.

13.15 BST: Paul Pogba's agent has said Juventus have made an offer to renew the midfielder's contract and that he remains happy in Turin, cooling speculation that a move to Manchester United is edging closer. "They want him to renew his contract," Mino Raiola told The Times. "Paul is not desperate to move. We are very happy at Juventus and they are a club that want to keep their star players." Read.

12.52 BST: ESPN FC's Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatrick has an update on Vincent Janssen...

12.49 BST: While Isco has not had the impact at Real Madrid he would have liked, he is keen to stay at the club and fight for his place, Marca states. The newspaper claims the midfielder has had a number of offers from elsewhere, but is determined to be a success at Madrid.

12.43 BST: The world's biggest clubs may want to get their chequebooks out as Lionel Messi is weighing up whether to depart Barcelona when his contract expires in 2018, Cope reports. The radio station says that the last few weeks -- first losing the Copa America final with Argentina to Chile and then being convicted of tax fraud -- have left Messi unsure about where his future lies.

12.28 BST: Takuma Asano struck a brace for Sanfrecce Hiroshima at the weekend ahead of his move to Arsenal. The Gunners announced an agreement earlier this month to buy the Japan international, but the transfer is still pending a medical and regulatory processes. Read.

12.22 BST: Former Nigeria and Everton striker Yakubu has been training with non-league side Boreham Wood and played in a recent friendly for the club due to living close to their stadium. But before Wood fans get too excited, manager Luke Garrard has told BBC Sport that signing the striker is a "long shot."

12.01 BST: Premier League new boys Burnley have had a £3.5 million bid for Derby midfielder Jeff Hendrick turned down, the Daily Mirror reports. Sean Dyche is keen to bolster his midfield, but will now have to look elsewhere or return with a bigger offer.

11.41 BST: Juventus are demanding too much money for Manchester City target Leonardo Bonucci, a source has told ESPN FC. Reports in Italy claim City are to make an offer of £51 million for the defender -- however, a source has said that the Premier League club are unwilling to pay such a huge fee for a 29-year-old. Read.

11.25 BST: Vincent Janssen's move to Tottenham looks to be another step closer, according to Sky Sports, with the AZ Alkmaar striker due for a medical at the Premier League club on Monday. Spurs will apparently pay £18.8 million to secure the services of Janssen.

11.07 BST: An update now on Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, who is due to have a medical at Southampton on Monday, according to Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. Sky Sports claims the 20-year-old will join the Saints in a deal worth £12.8 million.

11.03 BST: Georginio Wijnaldum is ready to plead with Newcastle to allow him to leave the club this summer, the Daily Mirror claims. Tottenham are said to be keen on the midfielder, who will ask the Magpies not to price him out of a move by asking for a £25 million fee.

10.49 BST: Fresh from winning Euro 2016 with Portugal, William Carvalho could now be on his way to the Premier League. The Sun claims that Everton have joined the race to sign the Sporting Lisbon midfielder, with Southampton and Leicester also interested.

10.31 BST: Franco Vazquez is leaving Palermo "no matter what" this summer, with Sevilla close to completing a deal for the forward, according to the Sicilian club's sporting director Rino Foschi. "We're almost at the finish line with Sevilla," he told reporters. "I hope the operation will go through as soon as possible." Read.

10.17 BST: DONE DEAL We've had our first done deal of the day -- Newcastle have completed the signing of Isaac Hayden from Arsenal... Read.

10.08 BST: Keita Balde Diao faces an uncertain future at Lazio after he failed to turn up for the flight taking the team to their preseason training camp in northern Italy. He was not present at the squad's meeting place prior to travelling to Fiumicino either and his mobile phone was switched off, according to Il Messaggero, fuelling speculation he is trying to force his way out of the club.

09.59 BST: Mauro Icardi's wife and agent has claimed Inter Milan have made the striker available for transfer, although the Serie A club have reportedly denied that is the case. "From what I can gather, Inter have put Mauro Icardi up for sale," Wanda Nara had told "There are lots of clubs interested. We'll evaluate the situation with the maximum respect for everybody." Read.

09.46 BST: Manchester City may be after Leonardo Bonucci, but Juventus are doing their best to keep hold of the defender. According to Gazzetta World, the Serie A side are to offer Bonucci a contract extension in the region of €6 million per season to keep him in Turin.

09.32 BST: Aitor Karanka has refused to confirm whether Middlesbrough are closing in on a deal for Borussia Dortmund defender Neven Subotic. "I don't want to start speaking about rumours," he told BBC Tees. Read.

09.17 BST: Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg looks to be swapping life at Bayern Munich for Southampton, according to his agent. "Yes, I can confirm that Pierre will switch to Southampton," Soren Lerby is quoted as telling Ekstra Bladet, with the Daily Mirror reporting that the Saints will pay £12 million for the midfielder.

09.06 BST: West Ham's Diafra Sakho wants to reunite with Sam Allardyce at Sunderland, despite interest from West Brom, Crystal Palace and Watford, according to the Shields Gazette.

08.44 BST: Melbourne Victory have looked to the continent again for a defensive leader, signing Spaniard Alan Baro on a one-year A-League deal.

08.25 BST: Saido Berahino is set to reject new contract and force West Brom to sell him this summer, according to The Express.

08.00 BST: Jurgen Klopp seems set to wield the axe at Liverpool, with Christian Benteke, Martin Skrtel, Jordon Ibe and Sergi Canos all expected to leave the club. Mario Balotelli's future is up in the air while Joe Allen, Adam Bogdan, Lazar Markovic, Luis Alberto and Andre Wisdom are also uncertain, says the Daily Star.


By Jack Rathborn

Gotze set for Dortmund homecoming?

After struggling to cement his place in three seasons at Bayern Munich, Mario Gotze then lost his place in the Germany lineup halfway through this summer's European Championship. Surely, a move will be on the cards this summer.

Tottenham Hotspur were keen on the 24-year-old, reports the Mirror, but the lure of returning to boyhood club Borussia Dortmund appears to be the player's preferred destination. Gotze initially declared his intention to work with new manager Carlo Ancelotti at the Allianz Arena, but is now reportedly prepared to move in an effort to inject momentum into his career.

Boro in ambitious swoop for former City striker

Alvaro Negredo has endured a fall from grace since departing Manchester City, with his move to Valencia failing to work out. However, the Spaniard could be offered a move back to England to resurrect his career with Middlesbrough, who are reportedly in talks with Valencia over the striker, reports the Sun.

The Spanish striker could be attracted to compatriot Aitor Karanka's side, who initially want to take the 30-year-old on loan, with Los Che looking for £8.5 million in a permanent move. Boro have been efficient with their business this summer, acquiring Victor Valdes, Marten De Roon, Viktor Fischer and Bernardo, but adding Negredo could go a long way toward securing survival next season.


- Swansea are set to capture Barcelona's Cristian Tello as Fiorentina stalled on a potential deal after the player's loan last season, reports Gazzetta World. The Welsh side are now prepared to pay £15m for the 24-year-old, with the Italian publication suggesting such a fee would prove too dear for the Viola.

- Meanwhile, Gazetta World suggests Jordan Lukaku, after impressing with Belgium at the Euros, could be set for a big move to Lazio. The Anderlecht left-back, brother of Everton striker Romelu, looks set for a big future after demonstrating a real attacking threat in France this summer.