Aston Villa midfielder Jordan Veretout is having a medical ahead of his £6.2M move to Fiorentina. Elsewhere, Juventus are ready to step up their chase for Liverpool midfielder Emre Can after learning he won't sign a new deal, while West Ham United, Southampton, and Crystal Palace have been given a major boost after Roma pulled out of the race for Barcelona youngster Munir El Haddadi. Here's a full report of the summer transfer window:

Fiorentina keen on Veretout move

Jordan Veretout is reportedly closing in on the move to Fiorentina, according to ESPN FC.

The 24-year-old midfielder is now in Italy to under a medical before joining the Italian giants. Jordan Veretout spent the last term on loan at French Ligue 1 club Saint Etienne. The French club had earlier hoped to sign Veretout permanent this summer, but they were actually out bid by Fiorentina. The Serie A side will shell-out the $8.1miilion transfer fee to sign the 24-year-old Frenchman and Jordan Veretout is expected to sign a long term deal with the club.

Juventus enters race to sign Emre Can

Liverpool are said to be in close talks with Emre Can over a new deal, but no agreement has been found yet consequently leaving the door wide open for Juventus to step in. According to Express, Juventus have learned that Can will not sign a new contract at Liverpool, and they are now ready to step up their pursuit of the Germany international.

The Red Merseysiders wanted to extend Emre Can's deal beyond its current expiry date of June 2018 and were keen on improving his weekly pay if he stays put at Anfield. It is suggested Juventus are now preparing to launch a formal bid of around $39million, which they'll place in the next forty-eight hours.

Palace, Southampton and West Ham step up chase to sign El Haddadi

Premier League trio West Ham, Southampton and Crystal Palace are all said to be interested in Munir El Haddadi, and they're willing to offer the Barca striker a chance in the EPL. El Haddadi wants to leave Barcelona this summer after being shipped out on loan to fellow La Liga club Valencia the last term.

Earlier in the summer, AS Roma were in a pole position to land the Barca striker but pulled out of the race following their unwillingness to meet Barca's asking price for the young striker. But, according to SI, Roma have now “binned” their pursuit of the Spaniard in favor of other targets. With this development, the Premier League trio will now have the chance to step up their chances of signing Munir El Haddadi ahead of the new season