Tuesday's Transfer Talk Update: Miguel Gutierrez, Nicolo Barella, Myles Lewis-Skelly

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Sports Mole rounds up the latest confirmed transfer news and speculation from across the footballing world.

All transfer business is done and dusted for this season, but that doesn't stop clubs from preparing ahead for next season.

Tuesday morning's headlines:

Celtic reportedly reach an agreement with MLS outfit Charlotte FC to sell winger Liel Abada in a deal worth £10m. Read more.

Real Madrid reportedly identify Inter Milan midfielder Nicolo Barella as a potential replacement for Luka Modric ahead of the summer transfer window. Read more.

Arsenal are reportedly set to rival Manchester United for the signature of Girona left-back Miguel Gutierrez this summer. Read more.

Arsenal are reportedly set to sign 16-year-old defender Brayden Clarke following the teenager's exit from Wolverhampton Wanderers. Read more.

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly admirers of Sporting Lisbon midfielder Morten Hjulmand, whose contract includes an €80m (£68.5m) release clause. Read more.

Matthijs de Ligt insists that he remains "very happy" at Bayern Munich amid links with a summer move to either Manchester United or Arsenal. Read more.

Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot reportedly prioritises extending his contract with the Old Lady amid Premier League interest from Arsenal and Liverpool. Read more.

A number of Premier League clubs are reportedly monitoring whether Wilfried Zaha may leave Galatasaray during the summer transfer window. Read more.

Liverpool are reportedly preparing to open discussions with defender Andrew Robertson over a new contract. Read more.

The father of Khvicha Kvaratskhelia hints that the playmaker will spend at least one more season at Napoli, despite alleged interest from Real Madrid and Barcelona. Read more.

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