Watford and Inter Milan are leading the race for Valencia defender Aymen Abdennour. Elsewhere, Fenerbahçe S.K. are desperate to sign Everton and Arsenal target M'Baye Niang and have offered to sign him on loan or permanently, while in Italy, SSS Lazio have increased the asking price of Manchester United, Everton and Chelsea target Keita Balde Diao to $35millon. Here's a full report of the summer transfer window:

Watford and Inter Milan leads chase to sign Aymen Abdennour

Aymen Abdennour is heavily linked with a move to Watford and Inter Milan this summer and the both clubs have apparently stepped up the chase to snap the 27-year-old signature.

It is also said that French Ligue 1 club Olympique Marseille are interested in signing Abdennour. But, according to Sempre Inter, Serie A club Inter Milan is at the front of the queue to land the center back to San Siro this summer Inter Milan is said to be the clear favorite to sign Aymen Abdennour after holding series of talks with Valencia and the center back. It is suggested Valencia are ready to show Aymen Abdennour the exit door this summer as part of a reshuffle at the defense lineup and the Tunisian star can reportedly go for as little as $9million. Inter Milan are expected to get the deal over the line in the coming weeks

Fenerbahçe close in on Niang

Fenerbahçe are reportedly keen on signing M'Baye Niang this summer window after the striker fell down the pecking order at AC Milan last season.

According to Football Ghana, the Turkish giants are ready to sign the Frenchman on loan for the season before buying him permanently a year later, though the Premier League duo Everton and Arsenal are also keeping close tabs on the striker's situation at San Siro. M'Baye Niang produced the “odd moments” of brilliance during his time in the English Premier League and it has done well enough to catch the “eyes” of Everton and Arsenal, but Fenerbahçe seemingly appear to be all out to snap him up this summer.

Lazio aims to make profit from the sale of Keita Balde Diao

According to Daily Mail, Lazio have suddenly increased the asking price of Keita Balde Diao to $35million. Initially, it was reported that the Italian club would let the 22-year-old go for around $28.8miilion following interests from Manchester United, Everton and Chelsea.

It is suggested that SSS Lazio increased the Senegal international transfer fee valuation following a recent approach from fellow Serie A club Juventus. Lazio believes the sudden price hike is justifiable, and they're confident one of the interested clubs vying for Diao's signature will certainly cough out that sum.