Inter Milan's sporting director Piero Ausilio has rubbished speculations that Ivan Perisic and Antonio Candreva are Premier League-bound. Elsewhere, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool Football Club target Geoffrey Kondogbia has asked to leave Inter Milan, while Liverpool Football Club are set to make a move for Rennes midfielder Benjamin Andre. Here's a full report of these summer transfer updates:

Perisic and Candreva are going nowhere, says Ausillo

Manchester United Football Club are said to have tipped to launch a $63million formal bid for Ivan Perisic, while Antonio Candreva is being linked with a move to Chelsea Football Club for around $28.9m.

But, According to Metro, inter Milan are in no need to sell them and the club's sporting director Piero Ausillo has confirmed both midfielders will not leave the club this summer. Ausillo told reporters: “I do not understand where some of this news come from. Candreva has never been on the transfer market, and we've absolutely no plan of selling him now. The same goes for Perisic, who's an integral part of the team, and we're currently discussing a new deal with him.”

Kondogbia set to leave Inter Milan this summer

Geoffrey Kondogbia may well now end up in the Premier League as he has been asked to leave Inter Milan, according to the Sun. However, this news will be of interest of both Tottenham and Liverpool, who've been linked with the 26-year-old in recent time.

It is suggested that the Frenchman willingly told Inter Milan that he wants a change of scenery elsewhere. The France international has had a “mixed” spell in Italy since his arrival in 2015 from AS Monaco, and he recently hit the headlines after he netted a “bizarre” own goal against Chelsea during a preseason friendly.

Liverpool turns to Benjamin Andre as Naby Keita's alternative

Liverpool Football Club are now preparing to make a formal bid of around $20.1million, and they'll formally submit it this week, according to Mirror. The Red Merseysiders are said to have been monitoring Benjamin Andre in the past, and they're now ready to make their move this summer.

The Premier League club are now prepared to turn to the 26-year-old, and they believe their opening offer could strike a quick deal. Liverpool have been in the transfer market for a new central or holding midfielder, but they apparently failed to sign their number one target RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita.