Transfer news round up: Man Utd chase £136m attacking quartet, Otamendi to join, Chelsea clinch winger deal, Arsenal to sign La Liga duo & more

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Manchester United are still hoping to sign Barcelona winger Pedro in a £21m deal, but the Spanish international seems undecided on his Nou Camp future.

Full story: Daily Telegraph.

The Red Devils could also be close to finally bringing in Benfica winger Nicolas Gaitan in a £35m deal, possibly as an alternative to Pedro.

Full story: Daily Star.

Chelsea are close to finalising a deal to sign Brazilian wonderkid Kenedy this summer after getting a work permit for the highly-rated winger.

Full story: Metro.

Manchester United are also keen to sign Bayern Munich duo Mario Gotze and Thomas Muller this summer, though the latter is not for sale, the Bundesliga giants insist.

Full story: Daily Telegraph.

Gotze Muller

Nicolas Otamendi has been left out of Valencia’s most recent matchday squad, fuelling speculation that he will finally complete a move to Old Trafford.

Full story: Metro.

Liverpool will struggle to sell Mario Balotelli this summer as the Italian will reject moves away in order to land a six-figure loyalty clause in his contract.

Full story: Daily Mirror.

West Ham United want to sign Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez and Tottenham flop Emmanuel Adebayor in a double swoop.

Full story: London Evening Standard.

Aston Villa look set to beat Liverpool to the signing of exciting Barcelona youngster Adama Traore in a surprise deal this summer.

Full story: Sky Sports.

Arsenal want to sign Sevilla midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak alongside a move for Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema in a double La Liga raid.

Full story: Daily Telegraph.

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