Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Bayern plan Son bid

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Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Bayern plan Son bid

Burnley chase £10m Fry

Burnley are after £10 million ($14m) rated Middlesbrough centre-back Dael Fry, claims the Daily Mail.

Fry, 23, has started 66 matches in the Championship across the past two seasons.

Palace struggling with communication - Townsend

Andros Townsend has revealed to talkSPORT that Crystal Palace are keeping players who are on expiring contracts in the dark about their futures, an approach he said he was "struggling" to come to terms with.

"At the moment Palace are speaking to nobody so we’re all in the same boat," Townsend said.

Boca eye Torreira purchase

Uruguayan midfielder Lucas Torreira is being courted by Boca Juniors, who believe he could be convinced to play closer to home in South America, writes ESPN.

Torreira, who grew up a Boca fan, is currently on loan at Atletico Madrid from Arsenal. He's made 15 appearances in La Liga this season.

Guardiola eyes three Fernandinho replacements (A Bola)

Man City are in the market for defensive midfield assistance and have identified three summer targets

Pep Guardiola has assembled a list of possible signings to replace Fernandinho, who could depart this summer, according to A Bola.

The Manchester City manager's index is headlined by Joao Palhinha (Sporting CP), Denis Zakaria (Borussia Monchengladbach) and Sander Berge (Sheffield United).

Fernandinho has been a key dressing room leader for the Citizens during his time with the club, so his replacement would ideally come with personal intangibles in addition to ball-winning skills.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Bayern plan Son bid

Bayern plan Son bid (Football Insider)

The German club is ready to pounce as the forward's extension talks with Spurs grind to a halt

Bayern Munich are watching with interest as Son Heung-min remains without a contract extension at Tottenham and are considering a bid at some point, reports Football Insider.

Son has been offered a five-year deal worth more than £200,000 per week by Spurs, Football Insider has claimed, but he is now wavering on the potential deal.

The South Korea international has been essential for Tottenham, netting double-digit goals in each of the past five seasons.

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