Arsenal is looking to scupper fellow Premier League club Everton FC's plan to sign AC Milan forward M'Baye Niang. Meanwhile, Everton Football Club is keen on snapping-up Juventus's Stefano Sturano during the summer Transfer market. Toulouse has emphatically quashed rumors linking Tottenham and Arsenal target Issa Diop with a summer exit.

Here's a report on the latest transfers updates Making The Rounds in world soccer.

Arsenal, Everton enter chase for Niang

M'Baye Niang has been on AC Milan books' for the past five years after joining them from French Ligue 1 side SM Caen.

During that time, the 22-year-old enjoyed three different loan stints away from Milan in a bid to gain first team playing experience.

M'Baye Niang spent second stanza of last term at Premier League club Watford FC and it seems his performance during his short spell in England have caught the attentions of both Arsene Wenger (Arsenal) and Ronald Koeman (Everton).

According to 90min Sports, Arsene Wenger has set his sights on a potential move for the 22-year-old striker when the summer transfer markets officially opens.

Everton FC currently have the better chance in the chase for the striker as they have already held series of discussions with representatives from AC Milan regarding Niang. But the Merseyside club might have speed-up their approach in order to keep Arsene Wenger at bay.

Everton keen on Sturaro move

Stefano Sturaro signed a new four and a half contract with Juventus in December 2016 and despite not being a first team starter, Sturaro remains an integral part of the team. The Italian performances in the midfield have undoubtedly attracted the attention of EPL club Everton FC, who're currently keeping close tabs on a number of Italian talents.

According to Football Spider, the Merseyside club are currently working on a fresh bid to lure the Italian international to Goodison Park this summer. It is not clear whether the Italian giants are ready to part ways with Sturaro, given he is still considered a key member of the squad.

However, the 24-year-old midfielder is yet to fully establish himself as a regular starter at Juve and it remains to be seen whether the Italian will be willing to move to the Premier League for a guaranteed playing time.

Diop willing to leave Toulouse this summer

Issa Diop has been attracting the attentions of several top European club sides, with AS Monaco and RB Leipzig also keeping close tabs on the youngster. The highly rated France U-20 star has openly admitted that he would eventually need to quit Toulouse to fulfill his potentials on the European stage. But Toulouse have reportedly dismissed claims of selling their prized asset this summer, per Crendy News.

The impressive defender will still be a prime target on the wish list of a number of European clubs, however, it remains to be seen whether the French Ligue 1 club will be ready to change their stance and willingly consent their valuable player to leave the club this summer.