Manchester United and Barcelona target Paulo Dybala has no plans to leave Juventus this summer. Elsewhere, Watford and Leicester City are battling it out for Angers striker Karl Toko Ekambi, while Middlesbrough midfielder Gaston Ramirez has rejected the chance to join Real Betis. Here's a complete report of the latest summer transfer updates.

Dybala not leaving Juve

EPL giants Manchester United were linked with Paulo Dybala in June, while more recently Barcelona have been keeping close tabs on the Argentina international in case Neymar Jr leaves for PSG this summer.

But now, according to Daily Mail, Paulo Dybala has ended any “mounting speculations” surrounding his Juve future by revealing he is settled in Italy. Dybala told reporters after Juve's friendly game with PSG: “The transfer market? I am definitely settled here. I'm doing fine and over these days I will be training more hard as I can to have another fantastic season with Juve.” The 23-year-old was in a hot form for Juventus last term and is now considered a future star of world soccer.

Watford and Leicester leads chase to sign up Ekambi

Stade Rennes and Girondin Bordeaux have “expressed” an interest in Karl Toko Ekambi, and he could be forced to say in France. However, according to Sport Witness, Watford and Leicester City are hoping the Cameroon international fancies a stint in the Premier League, and they're both trying to sign him up this summer.

The EPL duo are said to have watched the striker in action last term, and they strongly believe he'd certainly suit the Premier League style of football. However, Angers would “ideally” like to keep hold of the 24 her old and will not consider selling him unless they can get in an “adequate” replacement. Karl Toko Ekambi found the back of the net 7 times for Angers last term, and he's considering his “options” this summer transfer window.

Ramirez willing to quit Middlesbrough

Real Betis are seriously chasing the Uruguayan as they look to “bolster” their striking options for the new La Liga season. But, according to Football First, Ramirez has snubbed their approach as the transfer would force him to accept a huge pay cut from his current weekly wage in the English Championship.

Leicester City was said to be interested in the 26-year-old playmaker during the January transfer window, but the Uruguayan is now attracting plenty of interest from clubs in the Spanish La Liga. Gaston Ramirez wants to leave Middlesbrough this summer after they were relegated to the Championship last term.