Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal is ready to snub interest from Manchester United and Arsenal Football Club in favor of a move to Inter Milan. Elsewhere, Espanyol and Club Brugge are interested in former Leicester City player Molla Wague, while Sunderland Football Club out of favor player Jeremain Lens is on the verge of a controversial move to Turkish champions Besiktas. Here's a complete report of these transfer headlines:

Inter Milan keen on signing Arturo Vidal

According to Calcio Mercato, Inter Milan are said to be in front of the queue to land Bayern Munich's Arturo Vidal this summer, amid serious interest from both Manchester United and Arsenal Football Club.

Although, Inter Milan have not yet managed to “convince” Bayern Munich to sell the Chilean international, but are ready to push through a deal and are plotting a formal bid between $59million and $70million in order to secure his services. Vidal, 30, has won two German Bundesliga trophies with Bayern Munich but now could well be on the move to make a second return to Italy, where he previously plays for Juventus.

Espanyol and Club Brugge leads chase to sign Molla Wague

According to Football Italia, Molla Wague is extensively linked with Club Brugge and Espanyol. The both club sides are said to be keeping close tabs on the Mali international and believe he could be “tempted” to leave Italy this summer.

Molla Wague spent the second stanza of last term on loan at Premier League club Leicester City but struggled much for first team football and earned just one Premier League appearance. This poor performance apparently led to Leicester City snubbing a permanent move for the Malian defender, who has been on loan at Granada and Udinese since 2014.

Besiktas close in on Jeremain Lens

Sunderland Football Club flop Jeremain Lens is ready to put pen to paper on a three year deal with Istanbul giants Besiktas, and he's expected to undergo a medical this coming week before an official announcement is made. Jeremain Lens spent last term on loan at Besiktas's strong rivals Fenerbahce FK.

The 29-year-old was arguably Fenerbahce's player of the season, following his fine performances. The Netherlands international scored five goals in an overall disappointing campaign for Fenerbahce FK. However, the Dutchman has decided to “snub” a possible return to Fenerbahce this season in favor of a move to city strong rivals Besiktas.