Fenerbahçe will hold talks with Arsenal star Lucas Pérez's agent this week. Elsewhere, Juventus remain keen on Liverpool midfielder Emre Can, despite Liverpool demanding a huge transfer fee. Brighton and Hove Albion striker Elvis Manu has joined Turkish club Gençlerbirliği S.K. on a free transfer, the Premier League club has confirmed. Here's a complete report of the latest transfer updates Making The Rounds.

Pérez set to join Fenerbahçe on loan

Lucas Pérez was surprisingly left out of Arsenal's preseason “jaunt” to Australia last Sunday, consequently "throwing" his future at the Emirates into further doubts.

The 28-year-old Spain striker is reportedly not happy with his “bit part” status in the Gunners squad. According to the Express, Fenerbahçe has "earmarked" Lucas Pérez as their prime target this summer window. Fenerbahçe is expected to hold series of discussions with the player's representative this week to try to strike a loan deal ahead of the new season.

The 28-year-old striker will be offered the chance to “reinvigorate” his soccer career at the Turkish Süper Lig and will be “guaranteed” more playing time, something he has apparently struggled much to achieve with Arsenal. Lucas Pérez still has three years left on his current deal with the red North London club but is expected to be "shipped-out" on loan this summer window the Express reported.

Juventus keen on Can move

Emre Can have reportedly been offered a new bumper $128,000 per week deal to stay at Liverpool but is yet to agree to terms with the Red Merseysiders. This has apparently led to “question marks” over his future at Anfield and Juventus are ready to take advantage of the situation. According to Metro, Juventus will continue their pursuit of the midfielder despite Liverpool's high demands.

The Italian champions reportedly plan to find a way around the Reds' asking price by “exploiting” his contract situation at Anfield. Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp wants Emre Can to stay at Anfield, and the longer the contract saga drags on, the stronger Juve's hand becomes.

Emre Can is of Turkish origin, was part of the Germany team that won the FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia last month.

Manu joins Gençlerbirliği

Elvis Manu, who arrived at the Amex Stadium from Feyenoord in August 2015, has signed a two-year deal with Turkish Super Lig side Gençlerbirliği S.K after struggling to force his way into contention on the South coast club, making just seventeen appearances. Brighton manager Chris Houghton told the club's official website: “The competition for places in our attacking areas means that it has been very tough for Elvis Manu to play the number of games he would've liked.”