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 By Chris Borg

Transfer Talk: Barcelona tracking Manchester United's Anthony Martial

Clubs are slowly turning their eyes toward the summer window. Transfer Talk has the updates on all the latest rumours.

Barcelona mull Martial move

Manchester United forward Anthony Martial will be in demand this summer, with the Mail saying Barcelona "are considering a £60 million move" and Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain interested.

Earlier this month, reports suggested Martial had rejected a new contract amid frustration over a lack of playing time.

The France forward has started only four games since Alexis Sanchez arrived at Old Trafford in January.

The Mail says Barcelona could move for him after considering a bid last summer, but the Mirror suggests that Bayern and Juve are the favourites.

Anthony Martial has reportedly grown tired of sitting on the Manchester United bench.

Chelsea set for Seri swoop

These might be uncertain times at Chelsea, but that hasn't stopped them starting to plan for the new window.

The Mirror reports that the Blues "have lined up a £35m move for Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri" as they look to revamp their squad.

But the Ivory Coast international "is likely to hold out until he knows who will be Chelsea boss next season, with Antonio Conte almost certain to leave" -- and that could open the door to Liverpool, Arsenal or Manchester City.

Seri was linked with Barcelona last year, but the Mirror says Chelsea "are trying to steal a march by making an early approach."

Dortmund face £50 million Batshuayi fee

Meanwhile, Borussia Dortmund will have to pay more than £50 million to have a chance of making Michy Batshuayi's loan move from Stamford Bridge permanent.

The London Evening Standard reports that only an offer in that region "would tempt Chelsea to cash in."

Belgium international Batshuayi is likely to miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury, but Chelsea know his value "could rise further if he recovers in time to have a good World Cup."

When the striker moved to Dortmund, the German club's request for an option to sign him on a permanent basis was turned down -- and the Standard says they "have a tough job to convince Chelsea to sell."

Six in chase for Norwich's Maddison

Manchester City, Tottenham, Arsenal, Everton, Brighton and Southampton are all keen on Norwich midfielder James Maddison, according to the Telegraph.

England under-21 international Maddison has scored 15 goals for the Canaries so far this season and was named in the PFA Championship Team of the Year.

Mid-table Norwich are reported to value Maddison at around £25 million, and he is under contract at Carrow Road until 2021.

The Telegraph says he would prefer to join a team that gives him "a realistic chance of regular first-team football" but adds that "the prospect of clubs entering a bidding war could tempt Norwich to cash in."


-- Leicester are ready to pay £20 million for midfielder Jack Grealish if Aston Villa fail to secure a return to the Premier League, according to the Mirror.

Villa have confirmed a place in the playoffs, with Grealish one of the stars of their season, but they could struggle to keep him if they stay in the Championship.

-- Leeds are poised to sign Swansea striker Oli McBurnie after his success on loan at Barnsley, the Yorkshire Evening Post reports.

Leeds-born McBurnie was brought to Barnsley by Paul Heckingbottom, now at Leeds, and is keen to move to Elland Road.

-- Napoli midfielder Jorginho is being tracked by a number of Premier League clubs, but his agent has told RMC Sport he is happy in Serie A.


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