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Latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and more.

Everton set sights on Lenglet

FC Barcelona’s Clemet Lenglet has emerged as a potential transfer target for Everton, according to FC Barcelona Noticias.

The French center-back could be moved on by the Catalan giants this summer as they look to cut their wage bill. He could be available for a discount after having a subpar 2020-21.

The Toffees’ interest in Lenglet is evoke by the fact that new boss Rafa Benitez doesn’t fully trust his current defensive options and seeks to make new reinforcements ahead of 2021-22.

Spurs confident of signing Milenkovic

Tottenham are confident over sealing the transfer of Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic, as per La Nazione.

Milenkovic has been a long term target for Spurs, who could finally sign him for a cut price deal this summer with just one year remaining on his contract.

Neves to succeed Xhaka at Arsenal?

Arsenal are in talks with Ruben Neves’ representatives over a potential move for the Wolves midfielder this summer.

The Gunners technical director Edu and the player’s agent Jorge Mendes are in “contact constant”, with the latter pushing for the transfer to be completed as soon as possible.

Wolves’ £35 million valuation of the 24-year-old, however, remains a stumbling block in the transfer talks.

Neves, meanwhile, has been linked with a reunion with Nuno Espirito Santo at Tottenham. [Sun]

Man Utd not interested in selling Telles

Dumfries price tag off-putting for Inter

Inter Milan are unwilling to meet PSV’s valuation of Denzel Dumfries, reports Calcio Mercato.

PSV are looking to get a €20 million transfer fees for the Dutch full-back whose stocks soared following his eye-catching performances at EURO 2020.

To raise that amount the Nerrazzuri, who are facing a financial crisis in times of the pandemic, would have to cash in on some of their players first.