Newcastle United midfielder Haris Vuckic is set to join Dutch Eredivisie side FC Twente on a free transfer move this summer. Elsewhere, Juventus' mooted move for Chelsea target Steven N'Zonzi is no “foregone” conclusion, Sevilla CF president insisted. In England, Manchester United have boosted their future transfer plans by signing Juventus scouting chief Javier Ribalta. Here's a complete report of the latest transfer Making The Rounds:

Vuckic signs for FC Twente

Haris Vuckic was highly-rated during his time with the Newcastle United youth team but has apparently failed to establish himself as a first-team regular.

The 24-year-old midfielder has made only 7 EPL appearances since his arrival from Slovenian PrvaLiga side NK Domžale in 2009 followed by a series of loan spells. Now Vuckic is set to move on for good when his current contract expires this summer. According to Chronicle Live, the Slovenian midfielder is set to sign a deal at Dutch club FC Twente, who desperately need to cover up for Leeds United-bound Mateusz Klich. Haris Vuckic had a tryout with FC Twente early March and he appears to have made the cut to earn himself a contract with the Dutch outfit.

Chelsea plans to launch fresh bid for N'Zonzi

It has been widely speculated that Juventus are closing in on a fresh deal for N'Zonzi, who impressed for Sevilla last term, according to The Sun.

That came as a blow to the EPL champions Chelsea who are also apparently keeping close tabs on the former Blackburn Rovers and Stoke City man's situation in Seville. And now, Chelsea could be back in with a chance of landing Steven N'Zonzi after Sevilla CF president Jose Castro publicly revealed Juventus are still yet to even make a formal offer for the 28-year-old midfielder, whose buy-out clause is set at about $44.5million.

Jose Castro told reporters: “The first thing to clarify here is that the club has yet to receive any formal bid for Steven N'Zonzi, neither from Juve nor any other suitors.”

Ribalta joins Manchester United as chief scout

Manchester United's planning for the 2017/2018 season is already well on course, with Lisbon Benfica center-back Victor Lindelof becoming the first summer recruit at Old Trafford earlier this month.

Manchester United also managed to strengthen their backroom staff with the signing of Javier Ribalta from Juventus, where he has worked for the past five years, according to the Daily Mail. It is understood that the Italian talent spotter will work alongside the club's chief scouts Marcel Bout and Jim Lawlor at Old Trafford. Juve confirmed their scouting director was leaving Turin to take on a new professional adventure elsewhere.