Swansea chairman resigned over recruitment issues
Jenkins stepped down on Saturday, bringing an end to a 17-year run with the club that saw the Swans rise from the bottom of the Football League to the Premier League.
There was a growing dissatisfaction with Jenkins' transfer business, however, particularly winger Daniel James' failed move to Leeds United on deadline day and the signings of forwards Wilfried Bony and Andre Ayew for a combined £30 million ($39m).
Bakayoko open to permanent Milan move
The 24-year-old has found his footing at Milan after a slow start, making 26 appearances this season for the Rossoneri.
"Milan are a legendary club. Who wouldn't like to stay at a club like Milan for a long time?" Bakayoko told French newspaper Nice Matin.
"Then you have the atmosphere at San Siro, which is extraordinary. Things are going well for the club and me right now.
"Having said that, I'm still under contract with Chelsea for the next three years. I don't have all the cards."
Atlanta United signs Pogba
Atlanta United has announced the signing of defender Florentin Pogba from Turkish side Genclerbirligi.
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Tottenham to step up pursuit of Aarons
Spurs are hoping to move to the front of the queue for Aarons, who is valued at £15 million ($19m).
Red Bulls near deal for teenage striker
NYCFC interested in Carlitos
Carlitos led the Polish league in goals last season with 24 for Wisla Krakow, before completing a move to Legia Warsaw.
The 28-year-old has a release clause of €2.5 million, according to the report.
Chelsea eyeing summer move for Sarabia
Monaco have €30m purchase option on Martins
The 23-year-old joined Monaco on loan last month and has started strongly with the principality club, grabbing three assists in his first two games.
Should the Portugal international continue his strong form, Monaco could activate their purchase option at season's end.
Sporting KC sign defender
The central deender, who joins from Rayon Sports FC of the Rwandan Premier League, has signed an MLS contract for the 2019 MLS season with options for 2020, 2021 and 2022.
Rwatubyaye has won three league titles and earned 22 caps for Rwanda's senior team.
AEK Athens captain Simoes renews contract
Simoes joined the club in 2015 and helped guide the club to a Greek Cup in 2015-16 before winning the league one year later.
The midfielder has also played for Moreirense, Santa Clara and Padroense in his home country of Portugal.
Schurrle denies reports he could quite Fulham
Lyon loan defender Brault-Guillard to Impact
The 20-year-old defender has captiained Lyon's reserve team since August after signing his first professional deal in May.
Brault-Guillard has played two games for Canada, making his debut in October as part of Concacaf Nations League qualifying
Crew bring back defender Francis
Francis previously featured for the Crew from 2014-2017 and was a 2015 MLS All-Star as he helped the team reach the MLS Cup finale.
The defender played for the Sounders last season, making 11 appearances and providing one assist during his time in Seattle.
Philadelphia nears Fabian signing
The 29-year-old Mexico midfielder has made just one league appearance for Eintracht this term, leaving his future in doubt.
Fabian left Chivas in Liga MX to join Eintracht during the 2015-16 season, and was a regular contributor before suffering from a back injury in recent seasons.
Lyon join European giants tracking Agoume
Though he's just 16, Agoume has broken through to the first team of the Ligue 2 side this season, making nine appearances thus far.
Milan clubs to battle for Bordeaux starlet
The 19-year-old France youth international has made 15 total appearances for Bordeaux this season, scoring one goal.
Milan reportedly saw a January bid for Tchouameni rejected, but they will return for the midfielder in the summer, along with their city rivals.
Toronto FC signs Boyd
Toronto FC has announced the signing of striker Terrence Boyd from SV Darmstadt 98 in the German second division.
Boyd, 27, has 14 caps for the U.S. national team, the most recent of which came in October 2016.
Morrison set for Ostersunds move
The 26-year-old has featured on loan for Queens Park Rangers and Mexican side Atlas in the past two seasons.
Heckingbottom in talks over Hibs job
Kluivert would love Rashford at Barca
And while Kluivert accepts Rashford would be difficult to lure to Barca, it hasn't stopped him saying that he would be an ideal signing for the club.
West Ham wanted Roca
'Liverpool risk losing Salah'
Liverpool run the risk of losing Mohamed Salah if they are unable to deliver Premier League title glory, claims Emile Heskey.
The Egyptian frontman has been heavily linked with the likes of Real Madrid in the past and is considered to need major silverware to match his ambition.
Arsenal keen on Konate
Ben Arfa suing PSG after being frozen out
Hatem Ben Arfa is seeking a reported €8 million (£7m/$9m) in compensation from Paris Saint-Germain following his difficult spell at the club.
The midfielder, now at Rennes, is pursuing damages after being frozen out of the team for the final 15 months of his spell in the French capital, according to his solicitor Jean-Jacques Bertrand.
Juventus closing on €30m Romero
Bianconeri to bring in big-money defender
The 20-year-old defender has emerged as a top target for the Bianconeri as they seek to bring in long-term cover for an aging backline.
Silva offered Everton support
Everton chairman Farhad Moshiri has assured under-fire manager Marco Silva that his position at Goodison Park is safe.
He told talkSPORT: “Marco Silva is a talented coach but he’s planning long-term. He will coach and develop those young players and every year those same young players will become stronger.
“In this business you have to hold your nerve.”
Pena departs Ibrox
Hazard has made future call
Chelsea star knows what next move will be
Eden Hazard has made a decision on his Chelsea future but stopped short of revealing whether he will be at Stamford Bridge next season or heading elsewhere.
Ronaldo wants James at Juventus
Fred given Man Utd assurances
The Brazil international only moved to Old Trafford in the summer of 2018, but has struggled to make his mark in English football and slipped slowly down the Red Devils' pecking order.
Man Utd target given £105m price tag
Chelsea refute Courtois claims
A deal was eventually done with Real Madrid in 2018, but the Blues are adamant that they had never made the promises which the 26-year-old says they tried to backtrack on.
Those with the most money to spend
Chilavert wishes 'star' Almiron well at Newcastle
Rakitic exit ruled out
Inter eyeing Dybala
Leicester new boy not ready
Emery wants three fresh faces
Burke wants Celtic stay
He said: "If I’m enjoying my football, then I want to stay. It’s obviously an amazing club to be at, the fans are great, we have a great manager so what’s not to love? I’m really happy so we’ll just have to see what happens."
'Manchester United have a better squad than Liverpool'
Carragher pointed to the decision to let Nathaniel Clyne to leave on loan as a mistake as the Reds have dropped points in two straight matches.
Real Madrid join race for de Ligt
De Ligt is seen as a potential replacement for Gerard Pique, but Real Madrid also see the Dutchman as a potential Sergio Ramos replacement and are willing to increase the offer to a number higher than Barca's.
Kompany 'relaxed' amid contract uncertainty
Whitecaps part ways with de Jong
De Jong, a Canadian international, made 38 starts and 46 appearances across all competitions in two-and-a-half seasons in Vancouver.
“We are thankful to Marcel for his contributions,” said Whitecaps head coach Marc Dos Santos. “He has served this club professionally and we wish him well in the future. The move allows Marcel to explore other opportunities, while we continue to make changes to our roster in preparation for the upcoming season.”
What happened to Man Utd target Bailey?
Leon Bailey has been a target of Manchetster United, but things haven't gone quite to plan for the Jamaican star.
The Bayer Leverkusen winger has struggled to reach the heights of last season, but remains on track for success nonetheless.
Arsenal’s Emery set £40m spending cap
Gunners set for economical summer
The Spaniard was permitted to only make loan signings during the January transfer window due to tight budget strings and he will face a similar challenge in looking to land targets come the end of the campaign.
Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez arrived last month on a temporary deal though the Gunners do have an £18m ($23m) option to make the move a permanent one.
Lukaku set for Madrid switch?
The Belgium international is apparently not considered to have a future at Old Trafford, particularly if the club are able to ensnare their main target of Harry Kane during the off-season.
The Tottenham striker is also of interest to Madrid and could be sold by Spurs following the end of the current campaign.
Silva hands Baines contract boost
The 34-year-old has been second choice for most of the season to Lucas Digne at the Toffees but has returned to the starting XI for their last two Premier League games.
“He is a really important player for me, for our club,” Silva stated on the England international.
Rashford in talks over new Man Utd deal
The 21-year-old is out of contract at the end of next season, with the option of an extension through to 2021, but the Red Devils want to secure his services on a more extensive basis to ward off interest.
Rashford would likely stand to double his wage packet in the wake of fellow forward Anthony Martial pocketing a substantial raise after renewing his terms at the Theatre of Dreams last month.
Hodgson hails Chelsea-Palace relationship
The Eagles unexpectedly landed the Blues man on a loan deal ahead of other Premier League rivals, with their manager chalking it up to goodwill following Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s spell at Selhurst Park last season.
“I can’t say I’m surprised about it, I’m very pleased about it,” Hodgson admitted after the striker made a impactful debut off the bench in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Fulham.