Elsewhere, Gonzalo Higuain is set to continue his Italian sojourn while Inter Milan are eyeing a move for Arturo Vidal.
As we inch closer to the Premier League transfer deadline day, we can finally see the PL clubs gain some traction and start getting deals over the line as they look to build on their previous season.
In this article, we’ll run you through some of the big transfer stories of the day.
Max Meyer in the Premier League?
With the player being a free agent, Palace could very well have struck gold with this possible signing (Sky Sports).
Bakayoko on his way out of the Bridge after just one season?
La Liga side Sevilla are in for Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko. This move is completely reliant on what their current defensive midfielder Steven N’Zonzi’s actions are, as AS Roma are looking to pick up the World Cup winner (RMC).
Alcacer to play under Marco Silva or Claude Puel?
Paco Alcacer, the Barcelona forward is being seen as a good option upfront by two Premier League sides, Leicester City and Everton. The report in the Sport, tells us that Barca have set a £27m price tag on the Spaniard.
Is Willian poised to play in La Liga next season ?
According to the Times, Willian could very well be poised for a move to Champions League winners, Real Madrid. The Brazilian has reportedly failed to report for training at Chelsea and Madrid are set to have tabled an offer of £65m for the Brazilian.
Vidal’s addition could bolster the already strong squad
Inter Milan could pull off a loan deal for Bayern Munich midfielder, Arturo Vidal according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta dello Sport. Vidal is set to be offered to Inter at a price of around £20m in a deal that will have an option to buy at the end of the loan tenure.
Could Higuain’s departure be a blow for Juve?
Gonzalo Higuain is set to move to AC Milan on a loan deal with an option to buy at the end of it. The deal is part of a swap between Juventus and AC Milan which will see Mattia Caldara and Bonucci swap for Higuain.
The loan move is set to be worth £17m and the buying option is set at £32m. (SkySports).