Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has clearly insisted Galatasaray would've a better chance of appointing him as their head coach than it would have to sign Marouane Fellaini this summer. Elsewhere, Liverpool Football Club target Emre Mor will only be allowed to leave Borussia Dortmund permanently, while Ross Barkley may have priced himself out of a move to Tottenham Hotspur after making high demands which would break the club financial structure. Here's a full report of the latest soccer transfer updates.

Mourinho not ready to let Fellaini leave this summer

Marouane Fellaini is in the final-year of his current deal and has been heavily linked with a switch to Turkish club Galatasaray, according to the Independent. However, with Nemanja Matic now a Manchester United player having signed from Chelsea Football Club, there's a “big question” mark over the 29-year-old Belgian's future at United. But United boss Jose Mourinho has “rubbished” the claims, saying Marouane Fellaini is too important to allow him to leave the club. Following Manchester United's victory against Valerenga in a preseason match, Mourinho said: “It is easier for Galatasaray to sign me than Fellaini. If they need a manager, they can try to appoint me, but Fellaini?

Just forget it. He is too important for me right now.”

The Belgium international opened the scoring on Sunday night as Manchester United defeat Norwegian club Valerenga 3-0 in a pre-season friendly in Oslo, Norway.

Liverpool keen on signing Emre Mor

Emre Mor made twelve league appearances for Borussia Dortmund last term and had been expected to be made available for a short term loan deal.

But, according to Mirror, club sides interested in the 20-year-old will have to pay close to $23.6m for his services. Despite Borussia Dortmund's demands, manager Jurgen Klopp could apparently push through with a formal offer for the Turkey international, should their star player Philippe Coutinho finalize a move to Barcelona this summer.

However, the Red Merseysiders are likely to face competitions for the Turkish youngster from the likes of Wolfsburg, Fenerbahce and Celta Vigo.

Everton ready to sell Barkley

Tottenham Hotspur remain keen on signing Ross Barkley this summer but must find “common ground” on wages or the move will be stalled, according to the Sun. Only striker Harry Kane and skipper Hugo Lloris are on $131,000 per week wages, which less than the offer turned down by Ross Barkley from Everton Football Club. It is also suggested there are issues with the transfer fee, as the Toffees want a whopping fee of $45.9m for a player who's just entering the final-year of his current deal.