Inter Milan have agreed on a two-year loan deal for Liverpool Football Club target Emre Mor. Elsewhere, Watford Football Club and Newcastle United Football Club target Rachid Ghezzal is on the verge of completing a move to Monaco, while in France, Olympique Marseille remain confident of tying up a deal for Aston Villa defender Jordan Amavi — despite interest from AS Monaco and Fiorentina. Here's a full report of these transfer headlines:

Inter Milan signs Emre Mor on a two-year loan deal

Emre Mor is set to join Serie A club Inter Milan on a two-year loan deal which includes an option to sign him permanently at the San Siro, according to ESPN FC.

Emre Mor, 20, only joined Borussia Dortmund last year summer when the Bundesliga club held-off interest from several European club sides aiming to sign the Turkish youngster. The Turkey international has apparently grown frustrated by a lack of first team football at Dortmund after earning five Bundesliga appearances for the club last season.

Monaco keen on Rachid Ghezzal

French champions AS Monaco is on the verge of landing Lyon's Rachid Ghezzal, according to Both Premier League duo Watford Football Club and Newcastle United Football Club are said to have been linked with the Algerian early this summer transfer window but were unable to push through a deal to snap him up. It was earlier speculated that Rachid Ghezzal underwent a medical with AS Monaco last Sunday and an announcement of the deal was expected shortly.

Rachid Ghezzal, 25, scored three goals in thirty-seven Ligue 1 appearances for Olympic Lyon last season but was not offered a contract renewal by the French club and now looks set to join AS Monaco this week.

Marseille keen on signing Jordan Amavi

Olympique Marseille are proposing to sign Jordan Amavi on loan this summer before potentially signing him permanently next summer for $11.7million, according to Read Aston Villa.

Marseille is confident they've laid enough groundwork in the race for Jordan Amavi, and they're hoping to finalize a deal in the coming days. The Both clubs are said to have held close talks for the left-back and Marseille are keen to lure him to France. However, it is suggested Aston Villa are open to offers for Jordan Amavi, and they are ready to sell if anyone meets their asking price for the left-back. Jordan Amavi, 23, is willing to leave Aston Villa this summer and hopes to face a new challenge elsewhere.