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 By Michael Wade

Premier League scouts eyeing Celtic's Moussa Dembele at Old Firm derby

Craig Burley assesses the latest from the rumour mill, with Real Madrid's Isco drawing a lot of attention.

The football world's gossip mill is in full swing, and Transfer Talk is already monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals here.

Prem big boys in line for Dembele

Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City will have scouts at the Old Firm derby Sunday to watch Celtic striker Moussa Dembele.

The 20-year-old has been in sensational form since leaving Fulham to move north of the border, scoring 30 goals in 40 appearances, and according to the Sun, he has caught the eye of plenty of the Premier League's top sides.

Chelsea were linked with a move for the £30 million-rated frontman in January, and although Celtic would like to keep hold of their star player, it looks to be only a matter of time before he is tempted back to England to test himself at a higher level.

Liga giants to battle for Dalot

Real Madrid and Barcelona will go head-to-head to sign Porto 17-year-old Diogo Dalot, whose pace and power has been compared to Cristiano Ronaldo.

AS reports that Barcelona have already lodged a €10m bid for the teenager, but it will not be enough to tempt Porto, who have inserted a €20m release clause in his contract. However, the Portuguese side are likely to sell for a higher offer.

Ronaldo's status as Dalot's idol is claimed to give Real an advantage, and they are said to have inquired about the availability of a player who has helped his country win the under-17 European Championship.

Chelsea's John Terry applauds their fans after the match
John Terry likely won't be at Chelsea next season in any sort of playing capacity.

John Terry

Chelsea captain John Terry will consider playing for another Premier League club next season, with Bournemouth and Stoke City both interested in securing the 36-year-old's services.

The Daily Mail reckons Chelsea won't offer Terry a new playing contract in the summer but will instead give him the opportunity to coach in their academy and assist Antonio Conte with the first team. Meanwhile, Tony Pulis and West Brom have also expressed interest in the defender.

But if the former England international -- who has started only four Premier League games this season -- decides he wants to extend his playing career, he will consider all offers from abroad and in England.

Shaka Hislop evaluates the latest rumours around football, including talks of Eden Hazard's future plans.

Tap-ins

-- Although the career of Wayne Rooney as a player at Manchester United looks to be winding down, the Sun claims the 31-year-old will be offered a job for life as an ambassador at the club when his playing days are done, even if he decides to leave Old Trafford to finish his career.

Rooney might not be in manager Jose Mourinho's plans, with moves to Everton, the Chinese Super League or Major League Soccer reportedly on offer, but United reportedly wants him to return when his career ends.

-- Jurgen Klopp denied Liverpool's interest in Joe Hart, the Daily Mirror reports, by claiming the club already has "really, really good goalkeepers," and adding "our situation is as good as possible." Manchester City goalkeeper Hart, currently on a season-long loan to Torino, has been linked with a move to Anfield after Klopp has failed to make either Simon Mignolet or Loris Karius his long-term No. 1.

-- Juventus, Arsenal and Liverpool are interested in signing Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette at the end of the season, according to Calcio Mercato. Reportedly valued at €60m, the 26-year-old has scored 27 goals in 33 appearances for his club this season, leading to speculation of a move.

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