Liverpool is set to face stiff competition from Borussia Dortmund for highly rated Athletic Bilbao forward Inaki Williams. Elsewhere, Valencia is set to complete the signing of Arsenal and Tottenham target Jeison Murillo, while Arsenal target Arda Turan wants to leave Barcelona this summer — and rejoin former club Atletico Madrid. Here's a report of these updates.

Klop indicate an interest in Williams

According to Daily Star, the Liverpool Football Club has entered the race for Inaki Williams' signature. The Red Merseysiders manager Jurgen Klopp is said to be a fan of Williams and has followed the striker during his time as Borussia Dortmund head coach and got a closer look at the attacker last week when Liverpool played Atletico Bilbao in a preseason friendly.

Liverpool outran Bilbao 3-1, with Inaki Williams scoring the only goal for his side. Liverpool and Dortmund could lose their star players to Barcelona this summer, and the both clubs have begun putting “contingency” plans in place should the worst eventually happen.

Valencia set to formally sign Jeison Murillo

According to Football Espana, Valencia has won the race for Inter Milan's Jeison Murillo and an official announcement on the move is expected to be made this week. With a number of clubs taking not of Murillo's apparent unhappiness at San Siro, Inter Milan have now taken the decision to sell the Colombian out after two seasons with the club. Jeison Murillo was heavily linked with a move to the English Premier League early this summer, with Everton Football Club and West Ham United also said to be tracking the defender.

Jeison Murillo garnered a total of thirty-four appearances in all competitions for Inter Milan last term but struggled much to establish himself at the club.

Arda Turan wants to rejoin Atletico Madrid, amid interest from Arsenal

According to Barca Blaugranes, Arda Turan has hinted a return to his former club Atletico Madrid following his inability to command a regular first team football at Barcelona.

Now a “departure” seems certain although Atletico Madrid's current transfer ban, which will prevent the club from signing any new player until next year January, may give Arsenal Football Club an opportunity of signing the Turkish star probably on loan or permanent. However, the Premier League club should not get too excited by this news as Arda Turan only want a return to his former club Atletico Madrid.

Arda Turan, 30, became a “firm” favorite with Atletico Madrid after his impressive four year spell with them. Consequently, his fine form earned him a transfer to Barcelona in 2015 but apparently failed to command much play time with the Catalan giants. Turan earned fourteen La Liga appearances for Barcelona last season.