Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata is set to join English giants Manchester United. Elsewhere, Arsenal's pursuit of Barcelona midfielder Arda Turan has received a major boost after Turkish Super Lig outfit Beşiktaş J.K apparently pulled out of the running to sign him. In Turkey, Fenerbahçe S.K are ready to test Everton FC's resolve in keeping hold of midfielder Kevin Mirallas. Here's a complete report of the latest transfer updates Making The Rounds:

Morata anticipates United move

According to Metro, Alvaro Morata is apparently so eager on finalizing a move to Premier League outfit Manchester United.

The Spain forward is currently enjoying his honeymoon in Ibiza and hopes the deal goes through in the coming days. Real Madrid like a minimum of $97m for a player who scored twenty goals in forty-three appearances in all competitions last season, having already declined a £65million offer from Manchester United.

Beşiktaş give up chase for Turan

Beşiktaş J.K was hopeful of luring the 30-year-old midfielder back to Istanbul this summer with his first team chances at Barcelona being "limited". According to Daily Cannon, the Super Lig giants have balked at the $34.2m release clause price and they'll now turn their attentions to other possible targets around Europe. Certainly, this will come as good news to the Gunners who've been "extensively" linked with the former Turkey international over the past months.

The 30-year-old midfielder has apparently struggled much to establish himself at Nou Camp since arriving from La Liga club Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2015 and has so far featured just twenty-three league matches in nearly two-years.

Arsenal Football Club are expected to recruit massively this summer transfer window and Arda Turan is reportedly top of the club's wish-list.

Mirallas set to leave Goodison Park

Kevin Mirallas is understood to not be part of Ronald Koeman's long term plans at Everton and could well be set to leave the club this summer. The Belgium international had to contend with a place on the bench during much of last season with Toffees manager Ronald Koeman often choosing to go with the youths in the squad.

And now, according to Read Everton, Turkish giants Fenerbahçe are apparently keeping close tabs on the 29-year-old situation at Goodison Park and could be set to launch a formal bid. The Belgium international signed for Everton in August 2012 and had been a key figure prior to Ronald Koeman's appointment in 2016.

However, with Koeman ready to push in several youngsters into the roster, Kevin Mirallas could find himself on the “fringes,” leaving him with no other alternative but to consider a possible switch elsewhere this summer.