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THE KINGS takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from around the world.

Understand Saudi side Al-Khaleej have now made an approach to sign Bruno Costa from Porto. Discussions ongoing for the Portuguese midfielder 🇵🇹🇸🇦 #transfersAl-Khaleej also approached Isco few days ago but the player has turned down this possibility. pic.twitter.com/T8gYrcs7M2

Juventus have been given the price-tag for transfer target and Real Valladolid starlet Ivan Fresneda.

Tuttomercatoweb write that the Bianconeri have been set an asking price of €15m for the Spaniard, who is already thought to be on the radar of several other European elite-level clubs.

Leicester have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of Fiorentina midfielder Nico Gonzalez, after the club’s SEO Joe Barone highlighted that both he and Moroccan World Cup star Sofyan Amrabat are not for sale.

Fiorentina CEO Joe Barone: “I can now confirm that Sofyan Amrabat and Nico González are not for sale”, told Dazn 🚨🟣 #transfers“The president Commisso already said that — I can confirm the same for both González and Amrabat”. pic.twitter.com/TQkg1teGC2

Wantaway West Ham midfielder would consider a move away from the club outside London, despite being heavily linked with Chelsea, according to transfer insider Dean Jones.

“The other thing I’d say on Declan Rice, people keep doubting whether he would move out of London,” Jones told GiveMeSport. “I am assured that’s not really a barrier for him, he would consider moving elsewhere within England to make a transfer happen. So again, I wouldn’t totally rule out the likes of Liverpool, Man United and maybe even Man City coming in for him in the summer.”

Since losing out on Mykhailo Mudryk to rivals Chelsea, Arsenal have ramped up their interest in Juventus forward Dusan Vlahovic, according to Calciomercatoweb.

The Italian outlet reports that the Gunners are preparing a bid for the Serbian forward – who boasts seven goals and two assists this campaign – somewhere in the region of £71m ($86.9m).