Transfer rumours: Rashford's uncertain future, Wijnaldum's Premier League suitors

Marcus Rashford is growing frustrated with his lack of game time at Manchester United and is considering his future at the club. The England star's current contract runs until 2023 but there remains an option to extend it by another year.

Georginio Wijnaldum could return to the Premier League after just one season in Ligue 1 with Paris Saint-Germain, with the midfielder facing criticism for his uninspiring performances. Aston Villa are the latest club to have been linked with a move, while Tottenham were interested in a deal back in January.

Another former Liverpool who has been touted to head to Aston Villa is Luis Suarez, who will leave Atletico Madrid this summer following the expiration of his deal. Steven Gerrard's side will face competition from Inter, Ajax, Sevilla and a number of clubs in Brazil for his signature.

Manchester United are ready to step up their interest in Middlesbrough right-back Isaiah Jones, who has impressed in their run to the FA Cup quarter-finals this season.

Newcastle's summer spending could kick off with a £50m move for Bayer Leverkusen winger Moussa Diaby, though the Bundesliga side are holding out for more for the France international.

Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga has again been linked with a move to Serie A outfit Lazio, who are managed by former Blues boss and noted Carabao Cup final nemesis Maurizio Sarri.

Borussia Dortmund's proposed move to sign Red Bull Salzburg sensation Karim Adeyemi could break down over the Austrian club's €40m asking price.

In terms out outgoings at Dortmund, Real Madrid and Manchester City have emerged as the two frontrunners to sign Erling Haaland this summer. Barcelona are also in the race but club president Joan Laporta played down talks of a deal this weekend.

Mikel Arteta has revealed that Arsenal will hold talks with club captain Alexandre Lacazette regarding his future at the end of the season, with the Frenchman's deal up in the summer and the Gunners seriously lacking in options up front.

Source : 90min