10 10 10 Gareth Bale (Real Madrid) – Recent reports have suggested the LaLiga and Champions League winners were considering selling their Welsh star to free up space for Monacos teen starlet Kylian Mbappe. Bale gets on well with Man United-bound Alvaro Morata and the Spaniard wants his fellow forward to follow him to England. Bale has previously stated his happiness in Madrid, telling club president Florentino Perez of his wish to stay, but the offer of returning to the Premier League with a key role in the team may be too good to resist. Iscos impressive end-of-season form may convince Zinedine Zidane that he does not need 27-year-old Bale and this could all depend on Mbappes situation. 10 10 10 Ivan Perisic (Inter Milan) – Man United are said to be keen on bringing the Croatian to Old Trafford and Inter are holding out for £44million. The Red Devils reportedly submitted an opening £36m bid and, with three years left on his contract at the San Siro, Inter are under no pressure to sell the attacking midfielder. New boss Luciano Spalletti could have a key say in the 28-year-olds future and the former Roma boss will know how vital he is after scoring 11 and assisting 12 in 42 appearances in 2016/17. As reported by talkSPORT earlier this week, Perisic is getting set to represent Croatia in one of beach volleyballs biggest annual tournaments this summer. Read more here. Alvaro Morata (Real Madrid) – deal close? Click the right arrow, above, to see more transfer news emerging from Manchester United… – Reports claim the Real Madrid and Spain forward will sign a five-year deal at Old Trafford on Monday after a £64.1m transfer fee was agreed between the two clubs. Morata, 24, returned to the Bernabeu last summer after they exercised a buy-back clause from Juventus, for around £23m. The 6ft 3in striker wants to move on again, however, for first-team football after failing to nail down a spot under Zinedine Zidane last term, despite netting 20 goals and assisting 6 in 43 appearances. United turned their attentions to Morata after missing out on Antoine Griezmann and he is expected to become Jose Mourinhos first summer signing after agreeing personal terms very quickly. Now they will try complete a £70m deal for the man on the next slide 10 Fabinho (Monaco) – The 23-year-old Brazilian could be another player set to exit Ligue 1 champions Monaco this summer. United reportedly face competition from rivals Man City, but the fact Mourinho and Fabinho share agents in Jorge Mendes could hand the Red Devils the advantage. He is primarily a midfielder but he often filled in impressively at right-back for Leonardo Jardims side during 55 appearances for his club last term. He is valued at £52.8m and that does not appear to have put Man United off. AC Milan, Juventus and PSG are also said to be interested, as were Atletico Madrid before their transfer ban. Fans may be getting a little impatient, but it seems as though it will be worth the wait as Manchester United plot a busy summer of transfers.Jose Mourinho is still trying to mould his own squad at Old Trafford and he has reportedly been promised another mega kitty to overhaul his playing staff.Players are set to depart as well as arrive at the Red Devils and the rumour mill is in overdrive.To save you scouring the whole of the internet to find out who will be signing and when, talkSPORT has taken a look at the news and provided you with the very latest, including the potential arrival of a £130m striking duo after missing out on Antoine Griezmann.Click the right arrow, above, to see the latest transfer news coming out of Manchester United… Andrea Belotti (Torino) – Torino forward Belotti has had some season. He only made his Italy debut against France last September, but he looks set to be the Azzurris number nine for the foreseeable future. Paulo Dybalas former strike partner at Palermo, Belotti joined Torino in 2015 and 28 goals and five assists in all club competitions last season has led to some of Europes top clubs registering their interest. The Red Devils are front of the queue and he could suit Jose Mourinhos style. Belotti does not shy out of his defensive duties and he is strong, quick and good in the air. The 23-year-old signed a new contract at the Turin club at the end of last year, with a reported 100m Euro release clause, but United believe they can land him for less and The Independent claim a £70m bid has been submitted. 10 Felipe Anderson (Lazio) – The Brazilian playmaker has been continuously linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent years, and they had a 50million Euro bid rejected in January 2016. He is valued at around £42m by the Rome club after scoring five goals and assisting 14 in all competitions in 2016/17. The 24-year-old recently fuelled talk of a potential move by telling Sport TV: Every player dreams of playing for a team like United. After my season that was very good in the second year, there has always been a lot of speculation. If an opportunity shows up, or when I present myself at Lazio, I have to present myself very well. A move could all depend on whether United are successful in their attempts to sign Perisic. 10 David De Gea: The latest news regarding his future – Reports in Spain this week suggested Real Madrid were set to abandon their interest in signing De Gea this summer. He has been linked with a return to the Spanish capital on a number of occasions and De Gea is said to be keen on a move back to his home city. Journalist Pipi Estrada, speaking on Spanish TV, claimed De Gea is worried a move could collapse and does not want to be subject of a long, drawn out summer transfer saga. Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Swedish star leaving the club – The Premier League announced the released list for every club this summer and the only name under Man United was that of the Swedish superstar. There was talk of a potential one-year extension being triggered by the club, but a cruciate knee ligament injury suffered towards the end of the season stopped a deal from happening. The 35-year-olds agent Mino Raiola has insisted Ibrahimovic will stay in Europe and he will not be short of offers should he make a full recovery. He was the clubs top scorer in 2016/17 as they won the EFL Cup and Europa League, scoring 28 goals and assisting 10 in 46 appearances. He is making good progress in his recovery but is still not expected to return until early 2018. Victor Lindelof (Benfica) – The Benfica centre-back has been on Manchester Uniteds radar for some time, with a move reportedly close in January. The Sweden international stayed put, signing a new contract in Portugal and, according to The Sun, he will fly into Manchester after international duty next week to complete a £35m switch. The 22-year-old has even told close friends how he cannot wait to join such a massive club and to fight for his team and fans. A five-year deal is in the offing and the 12-capped central defender could be another valuable addition to Mourinhos Man United jigsaw, slotting in alongside Eric Bailly at the back. 10 Wayne Rooney: Time up for the Man United skipper? – The 31-year-old looks set to leave Old Trafford this summer after falling down the pecking order under Jose Mourinho. The Portuguese boss is set for a busy summer of transfers and Rooney, the clubs all-time top scorer, does not feature in his plans. He was handed another blow recently as Gareth Southgate confirmed he was looking to appoint a new England captain and his chances of making the Three Lions’ World Cup squad depend on Rooney playing well and regularly. A return to Everton has been mentioned, but the Toffees could be priced out of a move, while MLS and the Chinese Super League also look like possible destinations.