Premier League transfer news: Dele Alli, Marcus Rashford, Jean-Michael Seri

England midfielder Alli is set to sign a new long-term deal at Tottenham

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Tottenham’s Dele Alli is part of England’s 23-man squad for the World Cup
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Premier League transfer news and rumours

Alli set for new Spurs contract

He’s been linked with Real Madrid and Barcelona in the past but it looks like Dele Alli will sign a new long-term deal to stay at Tottenham.

The England midfielder could be the latest star to commit to Spurs after England captain Harry Kane signed a new six-year contract last week.

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According to the London Evening Standard Alli could see his wages rise from around £60,000 a week to £100,000. Spurs are also hoping that Christian Eriksen, Jan Vertonghen, Eric Dier, Son Heung-min and Kieran Trippier will also extend their contracts before the start of next season.

Rashford to sit down with United chiefs

Another England star who could sign new terms with their club is Marcus Rashford. The striker will sit down with Manchester United bosses after the World Cup to discuss a contract extension at Old Trafford. (The Sun)

Jean-Michael Seri: Nice to Chelsea/Arsenal/Manchester City

Nice midfielder Jean-Michael Seri remains a target for Chelsea and Arsenal, but it appears that Manchester City could also be interested in the 26-year-old. Premier League champions City are “keeping tabs” on Seri, who is valued at £35m. (Sky Sports)

Reds to end Alisson interest?

Liverpool’s long-running interest in Brazil goalkeeper Alisson could be coming to an end with the Reds “unwilling to meet Roma’s £80m valuation of the player”. According to reports the 25-year-old is likely to join Real Madrid. (Sky Sports)

James Maddison: Norwich to Everton

Everton see Norwich midfielder James Maddison as the long-term replacement for US-bound Wayne Rooney, who is set to join DC United in Major League Soccer. Maddison is also a target for West Ham and Leicester, but Everton are the frontrunners and will make an opening offer for the 21-year-old. (The Guardian)

Justin Kluivert: Ajax to Roma

Manchester United target Justin Kluivert has signed for Italian club Roma from Ajax for £15.85m. Roma announced the signing of the 19-year-old Dutch forward on their Twitter account last night. (Daily Mail)

Lucas Torreira: Sampdoria to Arsenal

Sampdoria and Uruguay star Lucas Torreira is a target for Arsenal’s new boss Unai Emery. The Gunners are in talks with the Serie A side about a £22m deal for the 22-year-old defensive midfielder. (Daily Mail)

Aleksandr Golovin: CSKA Moscow to Arsenal/Juventus

Aleksandr Golovin will be allowed to leave CSKA Moscow this summer but the Russian club will demand at least €25m (£22m) for the forward. Golovin, 22, is a target for Arsenal and Juventus and will play for the host nation at the World Cup. (Calciomercato)

Rafinha: Barcelona to Tottenham

Spurs are contenders to sign Brazilian star Rafinha from Barcelona. The 25-year-old midfielder spent last season on loan at Inter Milan, who have an option for a permanent deal, and it’s reported that Barca are demanding a fee of £30.8m. (talkSPORT)

Xherdan Shaqiri: Stoke City to Liverpool

Xherdan Shaqiri is keen on a move to Liverpool and a deal could happen after the World Cup. The Swiss international will leave Stoke City after their relegation from the Premier League. (Daily Mirror)

Sporting trio to break contracts

Following a training ground attack on the team by supporters, three Sporting Lisbon stars have informed the club they will break their contracts. Portugal internationals William Carvalho, Gelson Martins and Bruno Fernandes could spark a transfer scramble after they told Sporting they have “a valid motive to free themselves from contracts”. (Sky Sports)

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