The summer transfer window is already heating up as managers eye new recruits to strengthen their squads. Harry Kane is still intent on leaving Tottenham, with the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea all interested.
Real Madrid have filled their vacant managerial spot by bringing back Carlo Ancelotti, who spent the last season with Everton.
Liverpool have already made their move in the market by signing RB Leipzig defender Ibrahima Konate, and will be looking to bring in a few more reinforcements too. United have gone ahead and brought in Sancho and many other top clubs are being linked with big names.
With that, here are the top transfer rumours of the day.
Kane not close to Man City move
Harry Kane was reportedly set to join Manchester City in a Premier League-record £160m deal as Tottenham are finally willing to let the striker leave, according to talkSPORT, who quoted the Sun.
However, according to Football London, Spurs still remain keen to hold onto their star striker and have reiterated they do not intend to sell Kane this summer.
Wijnaldum wants Pogba at PSG
Georginio Wijnaldum has admitted he would love to play alongside Paul Pogba at Paris Saint-Germain and described the Manchester United midfielder as "one of the best in the world".
“I would love to have Pogba with us,” Wijnaldum told RMC Sport. “He’s fantastic. I have played against him several times – what a player! “If you ask any player from another team if he would like Pogba to join him, everyone will say yes because he is an extraordinary player, full of qualities."
Juve to hold Dybala talks
Paulo Dybala's agent is reportedly set to hold talks with Juventus over a new contract with the Serie A giants eager to tie him down to fresh terms.
According to Goal, Juventus boss Massimilano Allegri still considers Dybala a part of his long-term project. The report adds that the player's agent Jorge Antun is set to fly to Italy and hold talks over a new long-term contract.
Grealish agrees personal terms with City
Jack Grealish has reportedly agreed personal terms with Manchester City, according to Football Insider.
City have been working on the big-money transfer for months and could finally snap up the Aston Villa captain this summer. The report adds that Grealish will not force Villa to accept the bid due to his relationship with his boyhood club.