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- Manchester United have been told they must pay £60m to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer
- Liverpool are holding talks with Ajax over Matthijs de Ligt – but Barcelona and PSG are also in the hunt
- Arsenal target Leandro Trossard admits he is likely to leave Genk this summer – the Gunners are in pole position
£60m for Wan-Bissaka
Manchester United have been told by Crystal Palace that they must stump up £60m for defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Highly rated Wan-Bissaka, who is being eyed up as a potential successor to Antonio Valencia, is seen as one part of their defensive puzzle.
According to the Daily Mail though, Crystal Palace have placed a £60m price-tag on the 21-year-old as they look to keep hold of him.
Palace, who also fear losing Wilfried Zaha, are determined not to lose both of their star assets in the same window.
Liverpool’s De Ligt talks
Liverpool are in talks with Ajax star Matthijs de Ligt.
The Dutchman is also being courted by Barcelona and PSG.
But football expert Guillem Balague admits the Reds are firmly in the hunt.
“They [Barca] think they have De Ligt even thought both Liverpool and PSG have also been talking to him.”
Arsenal target drops hint
Arsenal transfer target Leandro Trossard admits he is likely to move on this summer.
The Genk star has been heavily tipped to join the Gunners at the end of the season.
Reports in Belgium suggest Arsenal haven’t launched an official bid yet.
However, Trossard this weekend admitted he is considering his future.
“This game might be my last one in a Genk shirt,” he said ahead of today’s clash with Standard Liege.
Mitrovic to West Ham?
Serbian striker Aleksandar Mitrovic is happy to leave his future in Fulham’s hands.
The ex-Newcastle hitman, 24, is expected to attract plenty of interest over the close season from a number of Premier League outfits
West Ham, Brighton and Watford are among those currently monitoring developments.
But Starsport understands Mitrovic will allow Fulham to decide whether he goes or stays before the August 8 transfer deadline.