Celta Vigo have joined Southampton and Liverpool in the race for Borussia Dortmund prospect Emre Mor. Elsewhere, Valencia and Juventus have joined Liverpool Football Club and Arsenal in the scramble for PSG flop Grzegorz Krychowiak, while Newcastle United have agreed on personal terms with Benfica midfielder Andreas Samaris. Here's a complete report of the latest soccer transfer news:

Celta Vigo keen on Emre Mor move

According to Football Espana, La Liga club Celta Vigo are keen on signing Emre Mor, despite interest from Liverpool and Southampton, who said to huge fans of the Turkey international.

Emre Mor made twelve Bundesliga appearances for Borussia Dortmund last term and has been told he can go leave the club on loan for a season. Celta Vigo are in the “frame” to sign the Turkey youngster, and they believe they could land the Mor ahead of Liverpool and Southampton. The La Liga club are promising to offer Emre Mor regular playing time and that they may “sway” him to turn down offers from the Premier League. However, Wolfsburg, Hannover 96 and Fenerbahce F.K are all also said to be interested in the Turkey international.

Liverpool and Arsenal lead chase to sign Krychowiak

Both Liverpool and Arsenal Football Club have been alerted to Grzegorz Krychowiak's situation after he was told by Paris Saint-Germain manager Unai Emery he is free to leave this summer, according to Squawka.

The Premier League Pair are in the transfer market for a new central attacking midfielder, and they've been linked with a number of talented players this summer. Liverpool are said to be tracking RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita, while Arsenal are keeping close tabs on OGC Nice sensation Jean-Michael Seri.

However, Serie A club AC Milan were said to be keeping close tabs on Grzegorz Krychowiak earlier on in the summer, but their interest is understood to have “cooled.”

Newcastle United close in on Andreas Samaris

According to the Sun, the 28-year-old midfielder is now closing in on a move to Newcastle United after agreeing on personal wages with the Magpies.

Samaris is expected to sign a four-year deal worth around $52,000 per week. However, The Magpies must now agree on a transfer fee with the Portuguese champions and it is suggested Benfica will sell Samaris for a fee around $23million. Andreas Samaris almost joined Championship club Sunderland during the January transfer window, but a deal “collapsed” at the 12th hour.