Sevilla FC have announced the signing of Nolito from English club Manchester City. In England, Andrea Ranocchia is closing in on a potential move to West Brom, having snubbed interest from EPL new boys Huddersfield Town. Elsewhere, Ronald Koeman has admitted Everton midfielder Ross Barkley's future remains unclear, while Tottenham is willing to sign Suso this summer window. Here's a complete report of the latest transfer updates Making The Rounds:

Nolito pens three-year deal at Sevilla

Nolito has finally agreed on a three-year contract with Sevilla and will now return to Spain after a “disappointing” year at Manchester City.

According to BBC Sport, the La Liga outfit have paid $10.2 for the Spain forward, who joined City for $17.8m from Celta Vigo last year summer. The 30-year-old striker, “often” playing in a “wide midfield position,” netted five goals in his first nine appearances for Manchester City but apparently fell-down the “pecking order” as Leroy Sane massively “shone” in the second stanza of the season. Nolito underwent medicals with the Spanish giants on Sunday morning and is now expected to join-up with the team on their pre-season tour to Japan. (Story Credit: BBC)

Ranocchia prefers West Brom move

Andrea Ranocchia, who spent the second stanza of the last term on loan at Hull City, massively impressed during his short spell in the EPL and has been "widely tipped" for a return to England this summer.

Despite being not able to “prevent” Hull City from relegation last season, Andrea Ranocchia's fine displays have led to growing interests from European club sides this summer. Both Huddersfield Town and West Bromwich Albion are keen on the Inter Milan defender, but the Baggies are said to be close to finalizing a $6.4m deal, according to Football Italia.

The Italy international has publicly stated his intention of playing in a well established top flight club and given newly promoted Huddersfield Town are embarking on their first EPL campaign; West Bromwich Albion were always favorites. And it seemingly appears that a deal could be finalized this week, with Ranocchia set to return to the EPL under the guidance of West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis.

(Story Credit: Football Italia)

Sign a new contract or leave now, Koeman tells Ross Barkley

Everton manager Ronald Koeman has repeatedly warned Ross Barkley that if he did not sign a new contract with the Toffees this summer window, he would have to be sold out given his current deal is set to expire next summer. However, the 23-year-old England international has not signed any fresh-terms with the Blue Merseysiders and is still an Everton FC player. A serious groin-injury “prevented" Ross Barkley from traveling with Everton to Tanzania for a pre season friendly match last week, and the Toffees boss Ronald Koeman was not able to provide any “clarity” regarding the Englishman when asked for the latest in Tanzania last week Friday.

Tottenham keep close tabs on Suso

Tottenham Hotspurs have been tracking Suso all summer after being impressed with the 23-year-old performances for AC Milan last term. Though, until now, Spurs haven't made any serious formal bid but, with Kyle Walker sent to join fellow EPL side Manchester City for $64.7million last week. Certainly, Tottenham have money to spend now, according to SkySports. Suso has “reignited” his soccer career at AC Milan after a disappointing spell at Anfield leaving the Reds Merseysiders to join AC Milan in 2015. The 23-year-old Spaniard made just fourteen EPL appearances during his three-year stint at Liverpool but, following an early loan move to Genoa, the young midfielder apparently worked his way into AC Milan's starting XI team.