Here are Saturday's Premier League transfer rumoursHere are Saturday's Premier League transfer rumours
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Brighton transfer news: Seagulls ‘aware’ of Chelsea defender but face Crystal Palace battle, Brentford pushing for £20m Hull City ace

Graham Potter’s side are continuing to have a busy summer transfer window as the new Premier League season draws nearer.

The month of July is here and several players across English football have now officially become free agents while clubs continue to negotiate big money moves for targets.

Brighton & Hove Albion are “aware” of a Chelsea defender and are keeping an eye on his situation but could face competition from Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest while Tottenham Hotspur are said to be the latest club entering the race to sign Jesse Lingard after his release from Manchester United.

Meanwhile, an Arsenal full-back, who was out on loan last season, has returned to training with the Gunners with question marks over his future remaining and Everton are targeting a £20m valued Watford striker as a potential replacement for Richarlison.

Elsewhere, Leeds United have been linked with a promising Belgian midfield star but that move may have been dealt a blow with Leicester City reportedly “confident” that they will land the players while a long term Newcastle United target has told his current club he wants to stay despite months of interest from the Magpies.

Chelsea have ‘made contact’ with Neymar with PSG reportedly happy to let the Brazilian leave this summer while Manchester United have made an offer to Christian Eriksen worth £150k a week for two years.

Finally, Brentfor are pushing to sign an England U21 star who is with Championship side Hull City and valued around £20m by the Tigers.

Here are the Premier League transfer news stories making the headlines on Saturday morning:

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