Arsenal make contact with Luis Enrique
It was announced on Friday that Wenger will step down at the end of the season, and the Gunners have tentatively approached Luis Enrique, who is currently on sabbatical, over the possibility of taking the post this summer.
However, it is understood the 47-year-old has demanded a salary on a par with Wenger, leaving doubts over his suitability. Patrick Vieira and Mikel Arteta are also under consideration.
Pogba wants to play with Ronaldo at Real Madrid
With the France midfielder's relationship with Jose Mourinho at breaking point, the Red Devils are willing to offload him but Barcelona have already closed the door on a deal as Lionel Messi is not keen.
Pogba, meanwhile, has allegedly said that he wants to play with Cristiano Ronaldo, although Madrid have not made up their minds on the player.
Man Utd set £140m Pogba asking price
Manchester United will demand £140 million in any summer deal involving Paul Pogba, reports the Daily Mail .
The France international continues to be linked with a move away from Old Trafford, with Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid among those reported to be keen.
United, though, will only part with their £89m record signing if their hefty price tag is met.
Real closing on €175m Kane
Real Madrid are preparing to step up their efforts to land Tottenham striker Harry Kane in a €175m deal, claims Don Balon .
The prolific England international has been mooted as a Blancos target for some time and Florentino Perez is ready to make a move and land a proven goalscorer.
City still keen on Mahrez
Pep Guardiola missed out on the Leicester winger in January, but he remains a fan and is eager to bring further creativity into the Etihad Stadium.
Man Utd lead Richarlison hunt
Manchester United are leading a £40m chase for Watford midfielder Richarlison, according to the Daily Mail .
The Brazilian has also been linked with Arsenal and Chelsea, but a move to Old Trafford could be made if the exit door opens at Vicarage Road.
Bordeaux chairman confirms likely Malcom sale
The chairman of Ligue 1 side Bordeaux has confirmed Malcom is likely to be sold in the second half of this year.
The 21-year-old attacker has scored nine goals and added six assists this season for the Ligue 1 outfit, surpassing his previous highs in the French top division.
Blancos have Bale-Hazard plan
Real Madrid will make a move for Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard if Gareth Bale leaves Santiago Bernabeu, says the Daily Mail .
Zinedine Zidane has suggested that he has no intention of parting with his Wales international forward, but contingency plans are being put in place.
Monaco mulling over Sessegnon
Ligue 1 giants Monaco have joined Manchester United and Tottenham in the battle to land Fulham winger Ryan Sessegnon, reports The Sun .
The talented teenager has become hot property and could spark a bidding war when the summer transfer window opens.
Messi seeks Saul deal
Lionel Messi wants Barcelona to launch a summer raid on Atletico Madrid, but Diario Gol claims he is looking for them to sign Saul Niguez rather than Antoine Griezmann.
The Blaugrana have been heavily linked with a France international striker, but their star man feels a midfield playmaker would be a better addition.
Bale prefers Spurs over Man Utd
Gareth Bale wants to return to Tottenham, trading places and shirt numbers with Harry Kane, rather than move to Manchester United, reports Don Balon .
Real Madrid may be tempted to use the Welsh winger as part of their efforts to land a big-money striker.
West Ham want to extend Hart stay
West Ham are hoping to keep Joe Hart beyond this season and aim to work out a deal with Manchester City, according to the Mirror .
Hart, sent on loan from City for the second season in a row, has regained his place as the No.1 after falling out of the West Ham XI for a time.
And West Ham is looking to work a deal that will keep the England international in London for the 2018-19 season.
Klopp says Bayern move would have been 'complicated'
Klopp indicated he wants to see out his contract with the Reds, which runs through 2022, and that Bayern Munich did not contact him about their managerial position for next season.
However, even if there had been interest from both sides, Klopp said it would have been a complicated situation to get out of his Liverpool contract.