Timothy Weah has been with PSG for quite some time now, and the United States U-17s' striker is now set for a major step-up with the French giants. In England, Premier League club Leicester City have finally reached an agreement to sign Sevilla midfielder Vicente Iborra, while Liverpool are keen on signing Naby Keita this summer, and could yet spend even more in a bid to lure the Guinean to Premier League. Here's a complete report of the latest transfer updates Making The Rounds.

PSG signs Weah as professional

Paris Saint-Germain announced on Monday that the son of Liberian soccer legend George Weah, Timothy, has officially signed his first professional deal with the club.

The young striker's contract will see him stay with the Ligue 1 giants through the summer of 2020, according to ESPN FC. Timothy Weah originally joined Paris Saint-Germain in 2014 and was a starter for the club's youth set-up last term. After signing his new deal, Weah said: "I'm very happy to continue the adventure at PSG by signing my first professional contract here. I'm at a big club and I really look forward to continuing to progress with the club so that I can one day feature for the first-team."

On the international level, Timothy Weah was an integral part of the US Under-17s which finished second at this year's CONCACAF U-17 Championship to qualify for the FIFA Under-17 World Cup, netting two times throughout the team's campaign.

Iborra agrees to join Leicester City

Vicente Iborra is now expected to meet Leicester City chiefs to discuss a contract and undergo a medical. It is suggested that the 29-year-old Spaniard, who played against Leicester in last season's Champions League, will cost the EPL outfit around £15 million, according to Dailymail.

Vicente Iborra, who can as well operate as a striker, has scored thirty goals in 172 matches since joining Sevilla CF from Levante UD in 2013.

Iborra has won the UEFA Europa League three times, and he captained the club last term. The 29-year-old has previously been heavily linked with West Ham United and Sunderland. An official statement from the club read: "Leicester City and Sevilla CF have reached an agreement in principle for the transfer of Iborra."

Once a deal is finalized, Vicente Iborra will be permitted to return to Sevilla CF to "bid" a public farewell to the club's home fans, although Leicester City haven't yet formally commented on this development.

Keita eager to join Liverpool

Mohamed Salah arrived from Serie A side AS Roma for a club record of $48 million, but Liverpool are preparing to almost double that figure to sign RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita. According to Metro, Liverpool are expected to bid up to $90.4million for the midfielder, at the insistence of manager Jurgen Klopp, as he prepares for Liverpool's return to European football this summer. The German manager has urged Liverpool to step up efforts to snap Keita's signature this summer window, and it'll take a huge sum to get the Bundesliga side RB Leipzig to sell him. Speaking to reporters in Germany, RB Leipzig sporting director Ralf Rangnick has "reiterated" Keita, who has a $62million buy-out clause that'll come into effect next year summer, and who is not for sale at the moment.

However, Naby Keita is set for discussions with the German club chiefs this week about his future, in light of a $168,000 per week wage being offered by the English giants Liverpool FC.