Manchester United have seen the 100 million pound forward; Arsenal wants a Dutch masterpiece; Manchester City sets the transfer priority

Here is a look at the latest big news about the transfer that goes around the Premier League.

Paulo Dybala of Juventus celebrates after scoring

Manchester United saw the Argentina star striker

According to reports, Manchester United is ready to sell the 75 million pound Romelu Lukaku to finance a move for one of the best men in Serie A.

The relationships of the mirror have already begun with Juventus and Inter Milan on potential moves for both Juventus Paulo Dybala and Mauro Icardi of Inter.

Bringing the attacker to score the goal is considered a priority at Old Trafford, despite a new permanent coach has not yet been named and Dybala and Icardi, who last week were deprived of the captain, they both enter that category.

It is expected that each option will cost in the region of £ 100m.

Matthijs de Ligt of Ajax

Arsenal considering a £ 70 million coup for the Dutch star

Arsenal could break the bank to land Matthijs De Ligt, a young Ajax central defender, according to the latest news.

The Sun reports that the Gunners boss Unai Emery intends to land the 19-year-old Dutch defender, but will have to make sure that the Champions League football sees the expensive Mesut Ozil, which makes a staggering £ 350,000 a week of salaries, to be able to approach the young player's £ 70 million rating

It could really be a Champions League case or bust for Emery who will have a transfer budget of only £ 40 million if he can not finish in the top four.

Saul Niguez of Atletico de Madrid celebrates after scoring

The Manchester City has as its goal the Spanish as a defensive midfielder cover

Manchester City is trying to reward Spanish international defender Saul Niguez from the Atletico Madrid The Mirror report.

But they may have to spend a lot to reach their number one goal.

The 24-year-old is seen as the perfect cover and the substitute for the aging of defensive midfielder Fernandinho while the head of the city Pep Guardiola tries to improve the great weakness of his team this summer.

But Niguez will only have two years in a nine-year contract at the end of the season – and he is paid to Atletico even more with a bewildering £ 130 million buy-out clause.