Transfer news from around Europe affecting Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal with Borussia Dortmund, Barcelona, Lille and Real Madrid featured.
Borussia Dortmund's hunt for a Robert Lewandowski replacement could be over, as reports suggest they have agreed a fee with Torino and Juventus for Italian international Ciro Immobile. Dortmund, who also looked at Chelsea's Romelu Lukaku and Arsenal target Michy Batsuahyi, are said to have agreed a reported £14.6 million fee for the player - who will arrive on an apparent four-year deal this summer.
Immobile is believed to have been Jurgen Klopp's number one target for much of the summer after he impressed in Serie A last season - scoring 22 goals in 33 appearances.
Lewandowski, last season's Bundesliga top scorer, will join Bayern Munich on a Bosman deal in June.
Barcelona have reportedly agreed terms with reported Liverpool target Claudio Bravo. The Chilean goalkeeper has been target by Barca after both Victor Valdes and Jose Pinto left the club this summer on free transfers.
Bravo is currently at Real Sociedad and the 31-year-old would be tasked with challenging Marc Andre ter Stegen for a place in the Barcelona starting XI.
A deal between the two clubs is yet to be struck.
Potential Bacary Sagna replacement Sebastien Corchia is set to complete a move to Lille this summer. The Sochaux defender has long been linked with a plethora of clubs, Arsenal being just one of them.
However he agreed a move to Lille in January, only to watch it collapse because of shoddy paperwork. But Corchia is expected to complete his protracted move in the not so distant future.
Hellas Verona only tied up the full registration rights to Juan Manuel Iturbe this week, but it looks as though they might just cash in on the former Porto shared forward.
The player, who has attracted the interest of Liverpool, is also set to be the subject of an enquiry from Real Madrid this summer.