Galaxy add Gonzalez from Bologna
The defender will be with the team this week with an announcement expected on Thursday.
St. Pauli hires Luhukay
St. Pauli announced that the club has hired Jos Luhukay as the club's new manager.
Luhukay replaces Markus Kauczinski, who was sacked after two-and-a-half seasons with the club.
Nachfolger von Markus Kauczinski wird der Niederländer Jos #Luhukay (55). Den Posten des Sportchefs übernimmt der kaufmännische Geschäftsleiter Andreas #Rettig interimistisch bis zum Saisonende. Willkommen am #Millerntor, Jos! #fcsp pic.twitter.com/Nd3iVCJGVB— FC St. Pauli (@fcstpauli) April 10, 2019
Christensen: I want to be the world's best at Chelsea
Sarri: Drinkwater will never be in my plans
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has all but said that midfielder Danny Drinkwater will never feature in his plans.
Drinkwater has yet to feature this season under the Italian after making 22 appearances last season under Antonio Conte.
The midfielder was recently charged with drink-driving, but Sarri said that he was unlikely to ever play for him even before the arrest.
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Eintracht Frankfurt striker Luka Jovic has become one of the hotttest names on the transfer market.
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Pique, Pogba and the players who thrived after leaving Man Utd
Manchester United have not always had the best luck in recent times with their player departures.
Several players that the Red Devils offloaded have gone on to star at other clubs, leaving United to reconsider whether letting them leave was a good idea.
Buffon's future at PSG unclear
Le Parisien reports that goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon may not continue at PSG beyond this season.
The 41-year-old has committed several errors in recent weeks, leading many to believe that Alphonse Areola should be given the goalkeeper role on a permanent basis.
Buffon's deal expires at the end of the season but there is a mutual option for a one-year extension. Whether that option is acitvated is now an open question.
Roma to sell Pastore
Pastore's move to Roma has not worked out as planned, with the Argentine making just 11 Serie A appearances this season, scoring two goals.
There is interest from Chinese clubs but Pastore is not keen on a move to Asia. River Plate are also looking to bring the midfielder back to Argentina.
Eggestein signs new Bremen deal
Maximilian Eggestein has signed a new contract with Werder Bremen.
The 22-year-old attacking midfielder has been linked with a move to Bayern and Dortmund, but has committed his future to his current club.
"Maxi is an important part of our team and the way we play. He’s already got a good amount of Bundesliga experience and has a lot of responsibility on the pitch. I’m very glad that we’ll be able to accompany him with his development," manager Florian Kohfeldt said.
Wolves to make €42m bid for Sanson
Sanson, 24, has four goals and three assists in 28 Ligue 1 appearances this term, making his name as a deep-lying playmaker.
Marseille may be forced to sell Sanson and Florian Thauvin this summer to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations.
Lyon interested in Kounde
Kounde is under contract with Bordeaux until 2023, and the price tag could prove too high for Lyon.
'Leaving Bayern the best decision of my career'
Bayern interested in Pochettino
Bayern Munich have been linked to a stunning move for Mauricio Pochettino as the club's replacement for current boss Niko Kovac.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Bayern will target Pochettino as part of the club's massive rebuild that began with the signings of Lucas Hernandez and Benjamin Pavard.
The club believes the promise of trophies could draw the manager to Germany as he has yet to capture a title with Spurs.
AC Milan facing risk of FFP punishment
Montella confirmed as Fiorentina boss
Vincenzo Montella has been confirmed as manager of Fiorentina, the club announced.
Montella joins following a stint with Sevilla as he takes over Fiorentina for a second stint having previously managed the club from 2012-15.
The manager has also managed Milan and Sampdoria throughout his coaching career.
Mourinho: I admire Dortmund
Atletico keen on Benfica defender Dias
According to Marca, with Diego Godin and Lucas Hernandez set to depart at the end of the campaign, Diego Simeone is keen to add defensive reinforcements.
Gladbach announce Rose appointment
Arsenal and Tottenham to battle for Perisic
The Croatian was close to a move to Manchester United while Jose Mourinho was in charge, but their interest appears to have cooled since the Portuguese's departure.
Inter, meanwhile, are thought to be tracking PSV wide-man Steven Bergwijn as a potential replacement.
Liverpool linked with Neves move
The Reds' senior coaching assistant Pepijn Lijnders showered the 22-year-old with praise after a fine debut Premier League season.
Neves' quality displays have earned him admiring glances from top six clubs, and Wolves face a real battle to retain their star asset.
Man Utd to trigger Alderweireld release clause
However, the Red Devils have not yet made contact with Tottenham over the proposed transfer, as the clause only becomes active after the end of the season following the club's recent activation of a 12-month extension option in the defender's contract.
United's defence has conceded the most goals of any side in the Premier League's top six (43), which is also more than Wolves and Everton and the same as Crystal Palace and Newcastle United, demonstrating the club's dire need for reinforcements.
Manchester City battle AC Milan for £45m Everton
The 23-year-old has a whopping £90m (€104m/$118m) release clause but Gremio are prepared to accept roughly half of that amount.
Milan were the first to register their interest, but City are hoping that the Brazilian talent already at the club with help persuade the player to choose them.
'Mata has offers from Man Utd and elsewhere'
Juan Mata has been offered a new contract by Manchester United but other clubs have also shown an interest, according to the player's father.
Mata, who has been linked with Barcelona, is out of contract at Old Trafford this summer and is set to be available on a free transfer.
Juve set to battle Madrid for Pogba
Bianconeri made three bids last summer
They face massive competition from Real Madrid, however, with Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane keen to bring his compatriot to Santiago Bernabeu.
Bournemouth eye Pope and Butland
With Artur Boruc set to leave and Asmir Begovic struggling for form, Eddie Howe is keen to secure a new No.1 ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
Burnley stopper Pope has fallen behind Tom Heaton in the pecking order after picking up a shoulder injury in the early weeks of the season while Butland is keen to return to the Premier League from Stoke City.
Arsenal target Nkunku rejects PSG contract extension
The 21-year-old is unhappy with his playing time under Thomas Tuchel and will have just one year left on his current deal at the end of the season. He has already attracted interest from Arsenal and Rennes, with the former registering their interest in January.
A central midfielder by trade, Nkunku is a versatile player and has been used in an astonishing variety of positions this season alone, having featured on either wing, right-back and even up front alongside his preferred central role.
Liverpool emerge as favourites to sign Hudson-Odoi
Bayern Munich did their best to prise the winger from Stamford Bridge in January and still remain interested, although a handful of clubs are now monitoring the situation, including Liverpool, Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United and Manchester City, and the German giants could be set to lose out to the Merseyside club.
If he were to leave, Chelsea would much prefer to sell him abroad, but with the player's contract expiring at the end of next season, they may find their hands are tied in negotiations.
Leicester slap £10m price tag on Slimani
The Foxes spent close to triple that fee when they brought him to the club in 2016, but the Algerian does not appear to be part of new boss Brendan Rogers' plans.
Chelsea powerless to stop Hazard exit
Despite the club's looming transfer ban, the Belgian is determined to join Los Blancos, and Chelsea are demanding around £100m (€116m/$131m) for his signature, whereas Real are hoping to seal a deal for closer to the €100m mark (£86m/$112.5m).
The fees discussed are roughly half of what was touted last summer, but the Blues cannot afford to lose their star man on a free transfer next season and have been forced to lower their demands as a result.
Additionally, Maurizio Sarri's desire to sign Mateo Kovacic permanently could see the midfielder used as a makeweight.
Arsenal target €30m Veretout as Ramsey replacement
With Ramsey heading to Juventus on a free transfer at the end of the season, the Gunners are looking for a central midfielder who can add goals from midfield, but will reportedly have to stump up a fee of around €30m (£26m/$34m), with Napoli and Inter also rumoured to be interested.
Premier League club chasing Thauvin
Marseille will need bring in €80 million (£70m/$90m) this summer to meet FFP regulations this summer, and the club are looking to offload several players to help raise the funds.
Galaxy hopeful of landing Gonzalez
Te Kloese told the MLS website that the Galaxy were hoping to make progress on the move "in the coming days."
"We hope so. We’ve been very busy and there’s a lot of work that goes into rules and regulations in MLS with being able to bring in a player like him or other players on the allocation list. We hope to and we trust we can make some progress in the coming days,” he said.
“I think we should be OK, but it’s always a work in progress,” he added.
Real Madrid have started house hunting for Hazard
Man United stars could jump ship
The Sun claims that players could face pay cuts up to 25 per cent should the Old Trafford side not qualify for Europe's top competition next season.
With Real Madrid in pursuit of Paul Pogba, the threat of losing the club's top midfielder will increase should he be forced to take lower wages with the Premier League side.
Rashford nears new £78m Manchester United deal
The striker is set to sign a massive contract to stay at Old Trafford
With his current deal set to expire at the end of next season, the 21-year-old has been locked in talks with United over a new deal.
And it appears that a breakthrough has been made with Rashford set to earn £300,000 per week, more than tripling his current wage of £80,000 per week.
Hazard will refuse to sign new Chelsea deal
Even if Chelsea play hardball with Real Madrid, the Belgian has his mind made up
Real Madrid are closing in on a move for Hazard, and the Belgian will attempt to force the transfer through by informing Chelsea he won't be signing a new deal.
Even if the Blues tell Madrid they won't sell, Hazard's refusal to sign a new contract would likely force Chelsea to accept a transfer fee this summer rather than allow him to leave for free next year.
Conte demands £9m per season to manage Inter
Current Inter boss Luciano Spalletti may be sacked at the end of the season, despite leading his side to their current third place position in the league.
Conte, who has been without work since leaving Chelsea at the end of last season, will demand £9 million (€10m/$12m) per season to take over at San Siro.
PSG interested in Ajax star Neres
Neres has eight goals and 11 assists so far this season in the Eredivisie, while also scoring twice in the Champions League.
How Sanchez has put new De Gea deal in jeopardy
David de Gea's contract expires at the end of next season, and negotiations over an extension have been complicated by Alexis Sanchez.
Specifically, Sanchez's massive salary is making it harder for Manchester United to tie down their star goalkeeper.
And if United don't break the bank for De Gea, they could watch one of their most valuable players leave the club.