Arsenal is reluctant to meet up Leicester City's $64m valuation of Riyad Mahrez. Elsewhere, Fulham FC has set their sights on Montpellier defender William Remy, while Paris Saint-Germain is open to selling Manchester United and Juventus target Serge Aurier, but want to bring in a replacement first. Here's a complete report of the latest transfer updates Making The Rounds:

Mahrez resumes training with Leicester

Riyad Mahrez is expected to resume training with Leicester City despite handing in a transfer request at the King Power Stadium. EPL giants Arsenal has held series of talks with Leicester about a possible move for the Algeria international and consider a $45.2m price tag more suitable for a player who endured an “underwhelming” season, according to the Mirror.

However, Arsenal remains keen on AS Monaco midfielder Thomas Lemar and has held the Frenchman as their prime target for the remainder of the summer transfer market. But Monaco's $103m valuation is proving to be a “stumbling block,” which has led the Gunners boss Arsene Wenger to consider some alternative options.

Fulham keen on Remy deal

Fulham FC is looking to sign a new center back this summer and reports in France have suggested that William Remy is on the Championship club radar. According to Sportlobster, Montpellier HSC has been reluctant to sell but may change their stance, as they look set to land former Arsenal fullback and Swiss international Johan Djourou on a free transfer this summer and William Remy can then go for the right price.

Certainly, That'll come as good news for Fulham Football Club as they attempt to negotiate a transfer fee with Montpellier in the coming days.

Aurier wants to leave PSG

Serge Aurier wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer after spending the past two seasons with them. Manchester United and Juventus are said to be interested in the Ivorian, with both clubs in the hunt for a new right back defender during the current transfer window.

And they've been given a “boost” as the French giants will sell Serge Aurier once they have gotten a replacement, according to Daily Mail. PSG are willing to respect Serge Aurier's desire to leave the club this summer, and they're now in the market for a new right back. Manchester United and Juventus are yet to make formal bids for the 24-year-old defender, but they may change now that the French club's stance has softened.