10am Transfer Talk Update: Simon Mignolet, Paulinho, Wayne Rooney

10am Transfer Talk Update: Mignolet, Paulinho, Rooney
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Sports Mole brings you the latest news from the summer transfer market.

With news and speculation in the transfer market beginning to gather pace, Sports Mole rounds up all the latest reports regarding player movements.

This morning's headlines:

Report: Liverpool agree Mignolet fee
Liverpool reportedly agree a fee in excess of £10m for Sunderland goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, who is due to undergo a medical at the club next week.

Corinthians confirm Paulinho will join Spurs
Corinthians say that Tottenham Hotspur have triggered the Brazilian midfielder's release clause by making a £17m bid for the 24-year-old.

Rooney, Moyes plan meeting next week
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney will hold talks with new manager David Moyes next week regarding his future at Old Trafford.

Arsenal considering Fellaini bid
Arsenal are reportedly considering triggering the £23m release clause in Marouane Fellaini's Everton contract.

Southampton agree Wanyama fee
Victor Wanyama will join Southampton after Scottish champions Celtic accepted a £10m bid for the midfielder.

Swansea: 'No contact over Ashley Williams'
Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins says that no other clubs have contacted the League Cup champions over a move for Ashley Williams

Galliani: 'We must sell to buy Tevez'
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani says that the Serie A side would have to sell a player before they could open talks with Manchester City for striker Carlos Tevez.

Lambert targets Bennett reunion
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert plans to bring Norwich City midfielder Elliott Bennett to Villa Park.

Manchester City to listen to Barry offers
Reports claim that Gareth Barry has been told that he can leave Manchester City this summer.

West Brom open to Rosenberg offers
West Bromwich Albion say that they will listen to offers for striker Markus Rosenberg during the summer transfer window.

Kaka linked with Orlando City move
Orlando City are planning a move for Kaka should they be granted entry into Major League Soccer.

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