Manchester City have told Wilfred Bony he can go if someone coughs out $22.6million. Elsewhere, Sevilla and AS Monaco have joined Arsenal in the hunt for Norwegian teen sensation Sander Berge. In France, Saint Etienne have joined Brighton and Bournemouth in the race for Dijon forward Lois Diony. Here's a complete report of the latest transfer updates Making The Rounds:

Bony looks set to leave Man City

Wilfred Bony has apparently fallen down the pecking order at manchester city, and he spent the last term on loan at Stoke City.

Though the Ivory Coast international endured a difficult time at Stoke and the Potters have now decided against signing the Ivorian striker permanently, according to Mirror. That means Wilfred Bony is on the hunt for a new team to join this summer and, can join one if they stump up the $22.6m buyout clause. That's the asking price Manchester City have set for Wilfred Bony, and they'll not let him leave Etihad for anything less. Wilfred Bony, 28, has previously had offers from China but his most likely destination this time appears to be Turkey, with Fenerbahçe and Beşiktaş both interested.

Sevilla and Monaco enters chase to snap Berge

Sander Berge has been in strong form for Belgian club Genk after joining them from Norwegian outfit Valerenga in January 2017. Berger has massively impressed so much that EPL giants Arsenal want to bring him to the Emirates, according to Metro, and there has been a serious negotiation of a $23.2m deal. Though, the 19-year-old midfielder is clearly not short of offers. It is reported Sevilla and Monaco are now interested in him. Like Arsenal, the both clubs have been impressed by the Norwegian's performances, and they would like to sign him up this summer window. However, Belgian giants Genk have previously insisted that Sander Berge will not leave the club for at least one more year.

Saint Etienne close in on Diony move

Lois Diony caught the eye in Ligue 1 last term after finding the net eleven times and also “weighing” up with 8 assists. Dijon are well aware of the increasing interests in the Frenchman, and they'll let him go if someone meets their $16.8m asking price. Earlier on this summer, EPL club AFC Bournemouth had been linked with Lois Diony, while more recently he has been on the “radars” of Birmingham City and Brighton, according to Birmingham Mall. The 24-year-old striker is also being “courted” by fellow French Ligue 1 side Saint Etienne.

Saint Etienne are making a big push for the striker and it is speculated he could sign for the French club in the coming days if negotiations continue to accelerate between the both clubs.

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