Saint Etienne have beaten Birmingham City and AFC Bournemouth to the signing of Dijon striker Lois Diony. In England, Fulham FC are close to agreeing an $11.3million deal for Girondin Bordeaux forward Diego Dolan, while Fenerbahçe has made a loan offer for Southampton and Liverpool target Emre Mor.

Here's a complete report of the latest transfer updates making the rounds:

Diony set to join St Etienne

Both English clubs Birmingham and Bournemouth were keen on Lois Diony, who scored eleven goals in thirty-five Ligue 1 outings last season. According to Troll Football, a move to England was on the cards this summer, but he will now be staying in the French Ligue 1 after Saint Etienne agreed on a deal in principle with Dijon last week.

However, it is suggested that the both French clubs have agreed to a fee of around $9million for the 24-year-old striker, who will now undergo medicals at Saint Etienne.

Fulham hopeful to reach an agreement with Bordeaux to sign Rolan

Fulham Football Club has been chasing Diego Rolan all summer and this time they look set to snap him up. According to Sports Mole, the English Championship club is in the final stages of negotiations with Girondin Bordeaux and a fee of $11.3million is close to getting the deal done. Talks over personal terms are next up and the Uruguayan striker is yet to “convinced” by a possible switch to Fulham.

Diego Rolan, who scored nine times in Ligue 1 last term, is not certain whether a move to the Craven Cottage is the right choice for him at the moment.

Fulham Football Club, are still “hopeful” an agreement can be made and FFC boss Slaviša Jokanović will hold discussions with the 24-year-old striker in an attempt to convince him.

Fenerbahçe lead chase to sign Emre Mor on loan

Emre Mor has been dubbed the Turkish “Lionel Messi” due to his playing style and was signed by Borussia Dortmund last year summer.

However, the “diminutive” 19-year-old midfielder managed just five starts in the German Bundesliga last season and has been extensively linked with a loan move away in order to secure a more regular first team football.

Both Southampton and Liverpool are said to be keen on luring him to the EPL but it is Fenerbahçe who seemingly appear to have made the first move for Emre Mor.

According to Read Bundesliga, Fenerbahçe has formally offered to pay a $1.6million loan fee for a season long loan but must now convince Emre Mor the Turkish Super Lig is the right destination for him at the moment.