In today's transfer rumors we recieved news of life bid from the biggest teams in England, a bunch of young players to keep an eye on and more interesting speculations! Let's take a look at the most interesting transfer rumors.

Two players set to join Leicester City

Current champion of the English Premier League, Leicester City look ready to start their summer transfer window with buying two big players.

as they keep an eye on moves for German goalie, Rob-Robert Zieler and Spanish defender, Luis Hernandez. The Foxes look to add more strength to their scout for their first ever Champions League campaign. The reports in England say, that Zieler will join the team soon.

Kalidou Koulibaly to Chelsea?

Newspapers from Italy claim that Antonio Conte tried to sign Napoli's defender Kalidou Koulibaly, but Chelsea has seen the offer knocked back, as the Italian club believes the Senegalese player is worth more.

The Blues new manager want to strengthen his defensive block to fight for the title. Reports from Napoli say that the Londoners opened negotiation with an offer of $30m and it was automatically rejected by the Seria A side. CouldCoulibalytake the place from Chelsea's legend John Terry? We will see at the end of the summer transfer window.

Hector Bellerin to Barcelona?

Barcelona has confirmed yesterday that Dani Alves will leave one of the biggest clubs in football history.

The Catalan giants will look to sign another player, who will fill the gap at the right-back position. Barcelona have been linked with a move for their ex-player, Hector Bellerin who currently represent Arsenal. Barcelona's sporting director Robert Fernandez called the young Spaniard a "great player with a bright future," but he admitted that his club won't try to sign Bellerin during this summer transfer window.

John Stones to Manchester United?

Manchester United is set to bid $70m to sign Everton centre-back, John Stones. Reports from England claim that the young defender is a top target for United's new manager, Jose Mourinho.

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