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Rumors: Man City to snatch Semedo, Seri agrees Roma deal plus Bellerin, Deulofeu & Dembele latest

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Man City to move for Semedo

The last time Nelson Semedo appeared in our rumor round-up it was with reports that Barca were struggling to complete a deal after Benfica whacked a massive €50m price tag on the defender.

That might be too much for Barca, but it doesn’t seem to have put off Manchester City with Pep Guardiola also set to move for the right-back, according to Correio da Manhã.

City have also been heavily linked with both Dani Alves and Kyle Walker this summer with a full-back a priority – but which one will they go for?

Bellerin buys house in Barcelona

Hector Bellerin has bought a house in Barcelona and his family have already moved back to the city, ahead of a possible summer move from Arsenal, claim Sport.

The full-back is reportedly aware that this could be one long and messy transfer but is prepared to be patient as he has already decided he wants to play at Camp Nou next season.

Seri agrees five-year Roma deal

Jean Seri has been linked with Barca but appears to be closing in on a deal with Roma, after RMC Sport reported he had agreed a five-year deal.

The midfielder's agent has been negotiating in Rome and the Serie A side are now expected to offer Nice €35m for his services, although the Ligue 1 club want €40m.

Barca will sign Deulofeu

Barcelona have decided to re-sign Gerard Deulofeu from Everton and will activate his buy-back clause, report The Telegraph.

The youngster is currently with the Under-21 side at the European Championship but Ernesto Valverde ready to offer him a fresh start at Camp Nou.

Barca to go all out for Dembele

Barcelona will go all out for Ousmane Dembele this summer, according to French newspaper L’Equipe

The Blaugrana will renew their interest in the France international although he could cost as much as €80 million after an impressive season at Borussia Dortmund.