Luis Muriel has ended speculation he could move to the EPL by sealing a move to Sevilla. In England, Newly promoted EPL club Huddersfield Town are set to move for out of favor Chelsea fullback Baba Rahman, while EPL trio West Ham United, Southampton and Crystal Palace are all considering a swoop for Barcelona youngster Munir El Haddadi. Here's a complete report of the latest transfer updates making the rounds:

Luis Muriel joins Sevilla

Luis Muriel has been extensively linked with West Ham United, Liverpool and Everton, given his brilliant form for Italian Serie A club Sampdoria. However, according to Goal, Muriel has now agreed terms with Sevilla FC and has finalized a £18million move.

A statement on Sevilla's official website read (www.sevillafc.es): “Muriel has finally passed his medical and signed his contract as planned, so he is officially a new Sevilla player until 2022.”

Huddersfield Town keen on Rahman loan move

Baba Rahman whose loan stint at German Bundesliga club Schalke 04 last-term was “hampered” by a knee injury he sustained at the 2017 AFCON Cup, has reportedly emerged as a prime transfer target for Huddersfield Town this summer. Baba Rahman is not expected to be part of Antonio Conte's imminent plans at Stamford Bridge this new season and interest in the Ghana international remains high. According to SB Nation, Everton have been heavily linked with the Ghana left back but have yet to make a move, and the Terriers are now hoping to win the race to secure Rahman's signature.

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AFC Bournemouth and Newcastle United are also keeping close tabs on the left-back, and may launch their own bids soon.

EPL trio leads chase to sign Munir

Munir El Haddadi spent the last term on loan at Valencia, scoring six goals in thirty-two appearances for the La Liga outfit. The 21-year-old midfielder came through the ranks at Barca's La Masia Academy but has struggled much to earn a regular first team spot and is “likely” to be on the move once again this summer. West Ham United, Southampton and Crystal Palace are all said to be keeping close tabs on the youngster's situation at Camp Nou and according to SkySports, the EPL trio are considering formal bids of around $8.9million. However, it has been suggested that Barcelona are looking for closer to £12million, with Russian Premier League club Zenit Saint Petersburg willing to offer their valuation.

Despite this, Munir El Haddadi is reportedly not interested in a move to Zenit, leaving the race for his signature wide-open ahead of a potential summer switch to the Premier League.