Leicester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho is being tracked by Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United according to reports from Spain.
According to Fichajes, the Premier League trio have been impressed by the form of the Foxes striker who bagged his 11th goal in eight games during tonight's win over West Brom.
Tottenham & West Ham target Johnstone available for £10m
West Brom are demanding £10 million ($14m) for goalkeeper Sam Johnstone, Evening Standard reports.
Tottenham and West Ham are eyeing the shot stopper and he looks certain to leave the Baggies in the next transfer window.
Roma closing in on Vestergaard
Roma are closing in on the signing of Southampton defender Jannik Vestergaard - according to Tuttomercatoweb.
Vestergaard was on Tottenham's radar before Jose Mourinho's sacking too, but Roma now look set to win the race for his signature.
Gunners & Foxes eye Empoli youngster
Arsenal and Leicester are keeping close tabs on Empoli's 19-year-old central midfielder Samuele Ricci, according to TMW.
It is claimed that Ricci's entourage have already been contacted by the Premier League sides, who are exploring the ins and outs of a potential deal that could be made difficult due to Brexit.
Milan make Tomori their top priority
AC Milan have made the signing of Fikayo Tomori a top priority for the summer, reports Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Rossoneri are willing to make landing the Chelsea loanee a more important piece of business than agreeing a new contract with Alessio Romagnoli.
Wolves makes approach for Vinicius
Wolves have, according to Football Insider, stepped up their interest in Carlos Vinicius.
An approach for the Tottenham loanee has been made to Benfica, with those at Molineux prepared to use Ruben Vinagre as a makeweight in the deal.
Klimala joins New York Red Bulls
Patryk Klimala has completed a move to New York Red Bulls from Celtic.
The striker has signed a four-year contract with the MLS club.
Derry part ways with Devine
Derry City FC and Declan Devine have parted company by mutual consent.
The Board wish to thank Declan for his service to the Club and wish him well for the future.
— Derry City FC (@derrycityfc) April 22, 2021
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