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Transfer Rater: Neymar to Real Madrid

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Tottenham plot move for Dortmund's Reus; Liverpool in for Lemina

Clubs are slowly turning their eyes toward the summer window, and Transfer Talk has the updates on all the latest rumours.

Spurs plot Reus move

Tottenham will chase an audacious move this summer for Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus, according to the Mirror.

The 28-year-old has been plagued by injuries at the Westfalenstadion and is stalling on a new contract with just a year remaining on his current deal.

The Germany international is back and firing, though, with two goals in his last two starts.

Liverpool have also shown interest, with Jurgen Klopp eager to reunite with Reus, a player he struck up a successful relationship with during his time in Germany.

Liverpool look to add Lemina

Liverpool will return once more to Southampton this summer with L'Equipe claiming Mario Lemina is a target for Klopp.

Emre Can is likely to walk on a free transfer this summer, with Juventus keen, meaning a new midfielder will likely be signed, despite the impending arrival of Naby Keita from RB Leipzig.

Lemina has impressed since joining Saints from Juventus and would likely form a partnership with Keita.

A contract until 2022 means Saints will be able to command a huge profit on the £18 million invested in the Gabon international in 2017, but that will not dissuade Liverpool having already paid a world-record fee for Virgil Van Dijk in January.

Liverpool and United circle for Wanyama

Victor Wanyama's situation at Tottenham is being monitored by Liverpool and Manchester United, claims the Mirror.

The Kenya international has three years remaining on his deal but is pushing for an extension after an impressive season under Mauricio Pochettino.

Jose Mourinho is in the market for a new midfielder, while Wanyama could emerge as a replacement for Can, who is set to exit Anfield when his contract expires.

Antonio Conte is a known admirer, though Chelsea's interest has yet to develop.

Arsenal identify three key signings

Arsenal have highlighted the three areas to improve their team next season, the Mirror says. There's a crisis brewing at the Emirates, with Arsene Wenger under serious pressure following two humblings at the hands of Manchester City inside four days.

The Gunners want to sign a new goalkeeper, a new centre-midfielder and a new defensive-midfielder.

Head of recruitment Sven Mislintat is scouring the market to identify targets, with an emphasis on value due to a lack of funds.

The team's new £200m kit deal will not kick in until 2019, meaning the likes of Jonny Evans, available at just £3m should West Brom be relegated, will likely be pursued.


- Chelsea are ready to bring Frank Lampard back to Stamford Bridge, with the former England international ready to try his hand at coaching.

The Sun claims the Blues will add the 39-year-old to the coaching staff no matter who is in charge next season, having spent 18 months studying for his UEFA "A" license.

- West Ham are lining up a move for Harry Arter, with the Express claiming the Hammers will table a third offer for the Bournemouth star worth £10m.

David Moyes was eager to bring the Cherries midfielder to the London Stadium in January but had two bids, with the highest worth £8m, rejected.


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