While Inter is still fighting with Lazio to fill the last available spot for next year's Champions League, the club owned by the Chinese company Suning has a plan in place to keep Rafinha - one of its best players - on next year’s squad. Elsewhere, Manchester United is close to signing Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic. Finally, Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri would be on Arsenal shortlist to replace Arsene Wenger on the bench.

Inter wants to renew Rafinha's loan

Fresh from his first goal of the season - and first in the Italian Serie A - Inter Milan attacking midfielder Rafinha spoke out about his plans for the future.

“I know what I want: to remain at Inter," the Brazilian told to the paper version of today's La Gazzetta Dello Sport. "Although it doesn't depend only on me, my mind is clear. Inter is the only team I want to play for. I adjusted to my new team pretty quickly and, the fans are amazing in supporting the team and myself." Rafinha is on loan from Barcelona. However, Inter's Director of Football, Piero Ausilio, entertained talks with the Catalan club already. The idea is to renew the loan for another year with a price tag of €40 million ($47.6 million) that Inter will have to pay to Barcelona - in various installments - to gain the full ownership of the player starting at the end of next season.

Manchester United on Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic

Manchester United seems to be very close to signing his first big name. According to Sky Sport and The Sun, Lazio's Serbian midfielder, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic will sign with United for a transfer fee around €90.8 million (Roughly $108 million). Milinkovic-Savic, 23-year-old, has been one of the best midfielders of the Italian Serie A and a rising star in European football this season.

He scored 13 goals and delivered nine assists, among all competitions. The Sun adds that United was able to gauge Savic interest also thanks to the excellent relationship between United's manager, Josè Mourinho, and the player's representative, Mateja Kezman. Kezman was one of the first signings of the Portuguese when he sat for the first time on Chelsea's bench.

The Serbian agent was still playing at that time.

Juventus Allegri among the hot names to replace Arsene Wenger

According to the Express.co.uk Juventus manager, Massimiliano Allegri is one of the hot names to replace Arsene Wenger on the Arsenal's bench. The Italian coach who is close to winning his fourth consecutive title with Juventus (his fifth overall as he won one with Ac Milan too) is rumored to be one of the top targets to coach Arsenal after Wenger. However, according to the same website, Allegri would not be the frontrunner to replace the French manager. The Spaniard Mikel Arteta is considered the favorite to land the job at the North London club. Arteta, who is one of Pep Guardiola's assistants at Manchester City, is a former Arsenal midfielder, having played for the Gunners from 2011 to 2016. The third name in contention is the former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique, who spent this season on a sabbatical after having left Barcelona at the end of last season.