Newcastle are expected to be busy in the transfer market this summer.
Celtic striker Moussa Dembele has been linked with a move away recently and, with that in mind, the Hoops should consider the West Bromwich Albion man.
Aston Villa are reportedly interested in signing Robert Huth, and a potential deal has perhaps received a slight boost.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Fernando Llorente has outlined his intentions to stay.
Hull City and Ipswich Town have been linked with Middlesbrough’s Marvin Johnson.
Rangers have already made six summer signings under Steven Gerrard.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is said to want Jack Grealish, but so do Liverpool.
Besiktas have reportedly received a £13.2m offer for Everton and West Ham target Domagoj Vida but hope World Cup will drive his price up.
Glasgow Rangers are reportedly keen on signing Gareth McAuley this summer, but the Ibrox side face competition for his signature.
Sunderland’s Jason Steele has been linked with a move to Brighton and Hove Albion.
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West Ham United boss Manuel Pellegrini is said to be keen to snap up Nikola Kalinic.
Glasgow Rangers midfielder Jason Holt has reportedly left Ibrox to join former Gers teammate Joey Barton, although Steven Gerrard wanted him to stay.
Tottenham Hotspur are said to want Anthony Martial from Manchester United, but the deal seems too expensive at the moment.
Tottenham Hotspur have made their first move for Tanguy Ndombele.
Leeds United are said to be interested in both Matej Vydra and Abel Hernandez this summer.
The report claims Everton have made an eight-figure offer for the German striker.
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