Goal takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and beyond Juve target Bellerin as he considers Arsenal exit Juventus are ready to make a renewed push for Hector Bellerin in the summer, with the player seeking a new challenge, reports the Guardian. Bellerin has been targeted by the likes of Manchester City and Barcelona in the past, and Juve know it would take a bid of at least £45 million for the Gunners to consider a sale. And the Spaniard could well be interested in a switch to the Serie A champions as he considers his career direction at Arsenal, amid the north Londoners' recent struggles. Tottenham wait on Reus contract situation Tottenham are keeping an eye on Marco Reus as the German international stalls on a new deal with Borussia Dortmund, reports the Mirror. Reus recently returned from injury for Dortmund and after this season will only have one year left on his contract. But Spurs may have to battle Liverpool and former Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, who remain a fan of Reus’ ability. Arsenal looking for three players on small budget Arsenal are looking to add players at three positions this summer but will not have much of a budget to work with for it, according to the Mirror. The Gunners are looking for head of recruitment Sven Mislintat to bring in a goalkeeper, centre-back and defensive midfielder. After the massive outlay for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, however, Arsenal will have to find those players on a substantially smaller budget, with Jonny Evans an option due to a low release clause should West Brom be relegated. Real Madrid enter Can sweepstakes A new face has entered in the hunt for Emre Can’s signature, with Real Madrid looking to land the Liverpool midfielder, according to Don Balon. Can, whose contract expires in the summer, has been linked to a move to Juventus since the summer, but has yet to sign a deal — either with the Serie A holders or Liverpool. And Florentino Perez may swoop in to add the German international, intrigued by the fact he will not cost a transfer Man Utd & Liverpool ready to pounce on Wanyama Manchester United and Liverpool are interested in taking advantage of any contract discord between Victor Wanyama and Tottenham, according to the Mirror. Wanyama, who has three years left on his current deal, wants fresh terms from Spurs. And Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea could be in the frame to secure the defensive midfielder’s signature should he wish a departure from Spurs. Whitecaps to sign Premier League midfielder The Vancouver Whitecaps have landed Crystal Palace midfielder Jordon Mutch on loan, according to ESPN FC. Mutch, who has not played in the Premier League for Palace this season, would move to the MLS side on a 12-month loan. Previously, Mutch was linked to a move to Championship side Bolton, but stayed put through the close of England’s January transfer window. €100m Balotelli in Italy & England talks - Raiola Mario Balotelli is worth €100 million and set to return to Italy or England, according to his agent Mino Raiola. The 27-year-old forward is out of contract at Nice at the end of the season, having scored 21 goals in 29 games in all competitions this campaign. Read the full story on Goal! Marotta accepts Can may not join Juve Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta would be happy if Emre Can joined the Serie A giants, but accepted the Liverpool midfielder could sign elsewhere. Can, 24, is out of contract at Anfield at the end of the season and is yet to make a decision on his future. Read the full story on Goal! Milinkovic-Savic better than Pogba - agent Mateja Kezman believes Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is now better than Manchester United's Paul Pogba as he tipped the in-demand Lazio star to become the most complete player on the planet and challenge for the Ballon d'Or. Milinkovic-Savic is one of the most sought-after players in Europe amid links with Premier League giants United and Champions League holders Real Madrid. Read the full story on Goal! Barcelona meets with Gremio over Arthur Representatives from Brazil side Gremio have flown to Barcelona to meet with the La Liga side over the sale of Arthur, Goal can confirm. Though no agreement on a transfer was made in January, Gremio now are ready to make a deal, having received an apology from Barcelona after Arthur was pictured in December wearing a Blaugrana shirt. Read the full story on Goal! Ronaldo picks Lewandowski over Kane Cristiano Ronaldo has told Real Madrid to sign Robert Lewandowski over Harry Kane this summer, according to Spanish outlet Diario Gol. The Blancos No.7 allegedly believes that Kane would overshadow him at the Santiago Bernabeu, so he has called on the Madrid giants to move for the Bayern Munich forward instead. Lewandowski's change in agent last month led to a surge in reports that he wants to move, while Kane's outstanding form at Tottenham has turned the heads of most elite European scouts. Source: All Football