Transfer rumours: Sunderland, Newcastle, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City make headlines

Newcastle and Sunderland were among the headline-makers on the transfer front today.

Tuesday, 21st June 2016, 7:13 pm
Updated Tuesday, 21st June 2016, 8:18 pm

For the Magpies, it was more on the selling front, with Andros Townsend and Moussa Sissoko both linked with Premier League clubs.

However, for the Black Cats, they were reports they would have to shell out £12million to land potential target James Tomkins.

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Chelsea also made today's newspapers, with Liverpool, Newcastle United and Leicester City among the other clubs to feature.

Here is a full rundown of some of the main stories:

Chelsea are planning a £57million move for Lazio winger Antonio Candreva and Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci. (The Sun)

Liverpool want to sign Newcastle winger Andros Townsend, who has a release clause of about £10.5million. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester City are also interested in Townsend. (Daily Telegraph)

However, the Liverpool Echo insist their is no interest in the winger by Jurgen Klopp.

Leicester are willing to pay £30million to land Watford striker Troy Deeney, having had two bids turned down. (Daily Telegraph)

N'Golo Kante looks set to leave the Premier League champions, though, with Leicester looking to replace him with an £11.5million deal for Nice midfielder Nampalys Mendy. (Daily Star)

West Bromwich Albion would like to sign Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko. (Birmingham Mail)

Everton have opened talks over a £16million deal for Porto striker Vincent Aboubakar. (Daily Mail)

Leicester and Everton are interested in Burnley defender Michael Keane, but the Premier League newcomers have not yet received a bid. (Burnley Express)

West Brom have offered £4million for Queens Park Rangers winger Matty Phillips. (Birmingham Mail)

Crystal Palace, Aston Villa and Norwich City are keen on Reading midfielder Aaron Tshibola. (Get Reading)