Galatasaray is working hard on a deal for Manchester City defender Jason Denayer. In Spain, Barcelona has reignited their interest in former Tottenham midfielder Paulinho. Meanwhile, Barcelona has rejected United's audacious swoop for utility man Sergi Roberto, who is also attracting the interest of Chelsea. Here's a complete report of these soccer transfer updates

Galatasaray are in the race to sign Denayer

Turkish Super Lig club Galatasaray want to land Manchester City's Jason Denayer on a permanent deal, according to ESPN FC. However, the Premier League club had been planning to send the Belgian on loan to Serie A side Girona and this could “prove” a stumbling block for the Italian club.

Jason Denayer, 22, joined Manchester City Football Club back in 2013 and has subsequently been loaned out three times.

Barcelona reopens talks with Evergrande over a possible deal for Paulinho

According to Metro, Barcelona FC has “reignited” their interest in Guangzhou Evergrande's Paulinho, and they are ready to spend big just to lure him to Spain. The Catalan giants are said to have reopened discussions with Chinese Super League club Guangzhou Evergrande in the wake of losing Neymar Jr to PSG. The Brazil international was heavily linked with a move to Barcelona earlier on in the summer but a deal didn't materialize. But now, the Catalan giants are ready to snap up Paulinho following the “profitable” sell of Neymar in a staggering $260m transfer fee.

Barcelona rejects Manchester United's move for Roberto

According to Metro, Barcelona has turned down Manchester United's move for Sergi Roberto. Sergi Roberto is “firmly” in Ernesto Valverde's plans for this new season, but it has not stopped other club sides from indicating an interest in the 25-year-old, who has a contract with the club until 2019.

Manchester United Football Club are not the only Premier League club have an interest in Sergi Roberto as it has been reported that Chelsea Football Club are also monitoring him. It is suggested that the player's representative have insisted that Sergi Roberto wants to continue at Barca, but have also indicated that anything could happen from now until the end of the transfer market this month. Sergei Roberto, who's a product of Barca's La Masia youth academy, became a prominent member of the first team squad last term and garnered forty-seven appearances in all competitions.