Transfer News: Manchester United Boosted By New Deal, Chelsea Faces Summer Exodus

With just seven games remaining of the Premier League season, most teams now know their fate.

West Brom will spend next season in the Championship, while Chelsea and Arsenal will be in the Europa League. Manchester City will be champions—currently just three points away from the title.

Now they look to the transfer market to make sure the problems of this season don't reoccur, so they can return to the top table or win promotion back to the Premier League.

Here, Newsweek guides you through all the news and rumors swirling around the Premier League on Tuesday morning (April 3):

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We start with the team likely to end as runner-up. Manchester United will, almost certainly, be spending big this summer as they look to gain ground on fierce rivals Manchester City. But if they pull this one off it will feel like a huge transfer: David de Gea is set to sign a new deal at the club which will see him stay at Old Trafford until 2023 on £350,000-a-week, according to The Sun.

Antonio Conte
Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge, London, April 1. Catherine Ivill/Getty

For Chelsea, they have even more ground to make up. After Sunday's defeat to Tottenham, Antonio Conte's team looks condemned to the Europa League next season and they could face a massive overhaul. According to the Daily Telegraph, there is a possibility that nine first-team players could be set for the Stamford Bridge exit, including Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois.

Chelsea are, however, also one of the clubs interested in Valencia's 18-year-old winger Ferran Torres, who has also attracted interest from Liverpool, according to the Daily Mail.

In North London, Toby Alderweireld looks set for the exit at Tottenham Hotspur this summer after he was left out of the squad to face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. According to the Mail, Paris Saint-Germain look most likely to sign the 29-year-old Belgian center-back and they are prepared to pay him £10 million-per-season.

There is good news for Spurs' first season at the new White Hart Lane, though. According to the Daily Telegraph, Tottenham believe that their manager Mauricio Pochettino will be joined by six of the team's key players in signing new deals before the new season begins.

And finally, Mario Balotelli could be set for a return to English football as, according to the Daily Mirror, the 27-year-old Italian striker's contract at Nice is set to expire in the summer and his agent is already planning a move back to the Premier League.