Paris Saint-Germain have no intentions of selling Inter Milan and Liverpool target Presnel Kimpembe this summer. Elsewhere, Genoa have enquired about the availability of out of favor Newcastle full-back Achraf Lazaar, while Tottenham Hotspur out of favor midfielder Moussa Sissoko is keen on a move to Turkish side Trabzonspor, according to the club's vice-president Gencaga Meric. Here's a complete detail of these transfer news:

Paris Saint-Germain reluctant to sell to Presnel Kimpembe

Paris Saint-Germain are not considering the possibility of selling Presnel Kimpembe this summer, according to Calcio Mercato.

The French giants have no intentions to allow the youngster leave the club this summer and are keen to keep hold of him beyond the end of this summer transfer window. Premier League club Liverpool Football Club are said to have been keeping close tabs on Kimpembe's situation at Parc des Prince but Inter Milan are the ones who've shown the most “concrete” interest in the Frenchman. Presnel Kimpembe's future has come under “scrutiny” in recent times with speculations of interest from a number of clubs in Italy and England.

Genoa enters race to sign Achraf Lazaar

Genoa have entered the race to sign Newcastle United's Achraf Lazaar, and they are ready to offer him regular first team football, according to Football Insider 247.

The Morocco international, who has previous playing experience in Italy with Palermo, is being lined-up by Genoa ahead of next season, Achraf Lazaar, 25, made ten League appearances for Newcastle United's title winning campaign last term and is expected to leave the club upon their Premier League return.

Moussa Sissoko keen on a move to Trabzonspor

According to Express, Turkish club Trabzonspor are interested in signing Moussa Sissoko from Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. Moussa Sissoko has struggled much to make an impact under Mauricio Pochettino since joining the club last year. Trabzonspor has confirmed that the France international is interested in a potential move this summer.

Gencaga Meric, who's the club vice president, said: “Sissoko is willing to join Trabzonspor, we've spoken with him and talks went well. We've yet to convince Tottenham Hotspur or their manager. Tottenham wants to recoup most of what they invested in Mousa Sissoko, but we want him on loan. We've made our offer and are now waiting for a decision.”