mmoheros | Transfer news: Manchester United make Paul Pogba bid, Chelsea in Stephan Lichtsteiner talks, Liverpool join Joao Mario chase

Paul Pogba wanted back at Manchester United (Picture: Getty)

After a thrilling season in the Premier League, it’s also been a lively start to the summer transfer-wise.

Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool and Leicester City have all been quick to get deals done, and there could be more exciting moves on the horizon.

Here’s the latest in our gossip round up…

Manchester United table £60m Paul Pogba bid — report

Manchester United have reportedly made a £60million bid to re-sign Juventus star Paul Pogba.

The Red Devils are eager to bring the Frenchman back to Old Trafford, and could break their transfer record for him.

Chelsea and Manchester City have also been linked with the 23-year-old, but he is understood to be a priority for Jose Mourinho.

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Chelsea in talks to sign Stephan Lichtsteiner — report

Chelsea are said to be in talks to sign Stephan Lichtsteiner from Antonio Conte’s old club Juventus.

The Switzerland international could be a strong signing if he can maintain the fine form he’s shown in Serie A.

Branislav Ivanovic wasn’t at his best last season and Chelsea could arguably do with Lichtsteiner as an upgrade at right-back.

Joao Mario could be an alternative to Mario Gotze (Picture: Getty)

Liverpool turn attention to Joao Mario transfer — report

Finally, Liverpool could be turning their attention to the potential signing of Sporting Lisbon star Joao Mario.

The Portugal international has had a great season, attracting interest from the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea.

However, Liverpool are now after him as well as they eye an alternative to Mario Gotze.

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mmoheros | Transfer news: Manchester United make Paul Pogba bid, Chelsea in Stephan Lichtsteiner talks, Liverpool join Joao Mario chase

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