West Ham United are the latest club to express an interest in Inter Milan fullback Andrea Ranocchia. Elsewhere, Tottenham Hotspur Yuri Berchiche is on the verge of a lucrative move to French giant PSG, while former Metz striker Boris Mathis has signed a two year contract with EPL side Everton FC. Here's a complete report of the latest transfer updates Making The Rounds:

Inter Milan ready to sell Andrea Ranocchia

Andrea Ranocchia, who spent the second stanza of his last term on loan at Hull City, is being linked with a number of clubs in the English Premier League.

West Bromwich Albion, Newcastle United and Huddersfield Town are all tracking the center back and Inter Milan is ready to sell. According to Livesoccer 24, West Ham United are now in the mix too for the 29-year-old defender as they look to bolster their squad ahead of the new campaign. Inter Milan have informed clubs that Ranocchia can be snapped-up for around $6.4million, and they'll let him decide his own future if a number of club sides eventually match his transfer fee valuation.

PSG agrees fee to sign Berchiche

Yuri Berchiche failed to make a first team appearance for Tottenham Hotspur during his three year stay at the White Hart Lane and was even loaned out to English Championship side Cheltenham Town in 2009.

But Berchiche's stock has risen “steadily” since those days, and he is now on the “cusp” of a move to one of the top European clubs. According to ESPN FC, the 27-year-old Real Sociedad fullback has agreed in principle to a four-year deal with Paris Saint-Germain, who're set to pay Real Sociedad around $15.5million to sign Berchiche.

Yuri Berchiche had also been linked with a move to Catalan giants CF Barcelona, who were reportedly impressed by his form over thirty-five La Liga games last season, but they'll now have to extend their search in the transfer market for center-backs further afield.

Mathis signs for Everton

The 19-year-old striker has finally signed the dotted line with EPL outfit Everton.

Boris Mathis, a product of the Lyon's academy who made his Ligue 1 debut in April 2017, was reportedly out of contract this summer. After signing the contract, Mathis told Evertonfc.com: “My dream is to play for the first-team in Everton. I want to play in the EPL for the Toffees." He added: “Ronald Koeman is a big figure for me, not only as a manager now but his reputation as a player really speaks as well for itself.”