European transfer talk: Featuring Aurier, Guarin and Bojan

Serge Aurier

Transfer news from Europe which affects Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham.

Arsenal may have been reported as completing a deal for Serge Aurier earlier in the summer, but it is now reported Paris Saint-Germain are the favourites for the Toulouse right-back.

The Ivorian, who was touted as a potential Bacary Sagna replacement by the press, has impressed on World Cup duty - but PSG are after a right-back themselves.

Now Le Parisien are reporting that PSG have leapfrogged other parties to lead the way.

Valencia are eyeing up a move for Fredy Guarin. The Colombian - who has been linked with Manchester United and Tottenham in the past - is currently at Inter Milan but believed to be on his way from the club this summer.

Valencia are on the brink of finalising a takeover of the club by Singaporean businessman Peter Lim - at which point he will approach his friend Erik Thohir, owner of the Nerazzuri, over a potential deal.

Juventus look like sealing a deal for Genoa midfielder Stefano Sturaro of Genoa in the coming days.

The 21-year-old impressed this season with Genoa and will be loaned back to the club for next season.

His purchase will cost Juve around €5 million.

Malaga are in talks with Barcelona over the future of Bojan Krkic.

The 23-year-old was once considered one of the hottest young talents in the world. But his development stunted and he has not made the impact on the professional game that was expected.

That has not however put off Malaga, who are believed ready to take him off of Barca's hands in a permanent deal.

Bayer Leverkusen have signed Ukrainian talent Vladlen Yurchenko. The 20-year-old arrives from Shakhtar Donetsk on a two-year deal.

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