Transfer Talk: Bernardo Silva spurns Tottenham amid City's bid for Harry Kane

Gab Marcotti gives a unique perspective on why Pep Guardiola might feel the need to sign Harry Kane in this summer, and not wait for Erling Hailand. (1:49).
The European Leagues' summer transfer window has closed for the season. This means that the largest clubs will be looking to make a big splash before the new season starts. You can find all the official deals and gossip here.

TOP STORY - City's Silva cancels Spurs move

Bernardo Silva turned down a deal with Tottenham Hotspur to sign for Harry Kane, Manchester City.

According to The Athletic, the 27-year old has no plans to switch to Spurs but is looking for a move to Spain.

Although it is widely reported that Pep Guardiola wants to make a deal for England captain Kane, Tottenham CEO Daniel Levy insists on the right value for the striker. ESPN has been told by sources that Kane is valued at 150 million by Tottenham, who still has three years on his contract.

Silva was reported to have been involved in Kane's first offer, which was later rejected. City has made it clear that the Portugal international can leave the club following a four year stay, if they are offered a suitable deal.

Atletico Madrid have been long linked to Silva's move and they are still keen to make a deal for him. They are looking to strengthen their ranks to keep the LaLiga title that they won last year.

Silva could lose his game time if he were to leave the club following the 100m arrival from Aston Villa of Jack Grealish. The Etihad outfit is still trying to raise funds after Grealish's move.

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According to Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal is looking to add three players to their roster before the summer transfer window closes. Willian, Hector Bellerin, and Lucas Torreira are all targets for the Gunners, none of whom played any part in their opening-day defeat to Brentford.

- Weston McKennie, a US international, could leave Juventus after only one season with the Serie A club. Calciomercato reports that McKennie, 22 years old, is open to being offered by the Bianconeri. McKennie, who had joined Juve from Schalke at 18.5m, made a strong start but was only able to play a smaller role throughout the season.

Outgoings are a priority for Barcelona, despite the well-reported financial difficulties. However, Camp Nou still has a view on inflows. According to AS, Ronald Koeman wants to bring Getafe's midfielder Mauro Ambarri on loan to help them sort out their wage problems. Barcelona must move players to make the move possible. Getafe are also waiting for a club that will trigger the 25m release clause to allow him to leave.

According to Sky Italy, Internazionale is growing more confident about signing Borussia Monchengladbach striker Marcus Thuram. After the departure of Romelu to Chelsea, the Nerazzurri are looking to strengthen their attacking options. They have already signed Edin Dzeko from AS Roma in this window. Inter was unlikely to meet the Bundesliga club's initial valuation of 30m. However, it is believed that they have been in contact since.

According to The Times, Jesse Lingard is willing to leave Manchester United if he cannot be guaranteed game time. The 28-year old impressed last season on loan for West Ham United, which brought him back into England's reckoning with a call up before the European Championships. Lingard was part of the Red Devil's preseason, scoring against Derby County and QPR. However, United's strength as an attacking depth means Lingard will not get as much playing time as he would like.