Guardiola had agreement with Juventus
Doubts over City's participation in next year's Champions League had pushed the Catalan closer to Turin, but he will ultimately stay at the Etihad Stadium for at least one more season.
Rangnick speaks out on Werner's Leipzig future
Ralf Rangnick believes that Timo Werner should consider extending his contract with RB Leipzig amidst rumours of a move away from the Red Bull Arena.
But Rangnick, who leaves his post as RB Leipzig manager to become Head of Sports and Development Soccer at Red Bull on June 30, feels the striker should stay put for the near future.
New West Ham signing Fornals praises Pellegrini
New West Ham signing Pablo Fornals has hailed manager Manuel Pellegrini as "one of the best coaches in the world" following his arrival from Villarreal.
The midfielder arrived at the London Stadium on Friday for reported fee of £24 million ($30m), becoming the Hammers’ third summer signing after the additions of goalkeeping duo Roberto and David Martin.
The 23-year-old, who was on the books as a youth player at Malaga when Pellegrini managed the club’s first-team, was keen to lavish praise upon his new boss.
Ex-Fulham boss Jokanovic named Al Gharafa head coach
Tielemans offered to Man Utd
Man Utd to get tough with Pogba
Schalke eye Napoli star Rui
Llorente nears Atletico move from Real Madrid
The Spaniard looks set to ditch Los Blancos for their city rivals, with Diego Simeone pressing for Atletico to sign him.
He has become a top priority for the Rojiblancos this summer and would have no problem joining them.
Liverpool ready McCarthy bid
With Simon Mignolet set to leave the club, the Reds are need another option to act as backup for Alisson.
McCarthy, 29, has become their top target after making 25 appearances for the Saints in 2018-19.
Juventus to sign Lyon's Rafia
PSG considering Coutinho bid
The Brazilian has been linked with a move away from Camp Nou after a difficult season, with several clubs rumoured to want him.
PSG could try to unite him with Brazil team-mate Neymar this summer and the French club's bew sporting director Leonardo could be the man to get the deal over the line.
Ribery eyes Bayern managerial role
Di Francesco set to become Sampdoria manager
Di Francesco most recently managed took over at the Giallorossi in June 2017 before being sacked in March 2019, leading them to the Champions League semi-final in 2018 thanks to a memorable comeback against Barcelona in the quarter-final.
Liverpool join race for €10m Besiktas midfielder
The Reds have reportedly held a preliminary interview with representatives from the Turkish club, who have valued Tokoz at €10m (£9m/$11m)
Ntcham reveals Celtic departure 'is possible'
The 23-year-old, who scored six goals in 37 appearances for the Scottish side last season, has refused to rule out a move back to his home country.
"A departure from Celtic is possible," he said at a press conference ahead of the start of the Euro Under-21 Championship.
"Marseille? Yes, it's interesting. They're a big club."
Real Madrid's James refuses to be drawn on Napoli links
The 27-year-old spent the last two seasons on loan at Bayern Munich, but the Bundesliga champions have opted not to make the move permanent and now he is set to return to the Santiago Bernabeu unless Carlo Ancelotti, who brought him to the Allianz Arena, adds him to the ranks at Napoli.
Atletico to use £108m Griezmann fee in battle for Joao Felix
The Frenchman is set to make the move to Camp Nou, with Atletico CEO Gil Marin telling SPORT earlier this week that the club 'have known since March' that Griezmann would be joining the La Liga champions.
Arsenal 'refusing to sell' Torreira amidst Milan links
The Uruguayan midfielder recently spoke of how he has struggled to adapt to living in England, telling Ovacion: " I think it was better in Italy."
Milan are reportedly considering making an offer of a player exchange in their pursuit of Torreira, with Ivorian midfielder Franck Kessie thought to be the man they would send to the Emirates Stadium.
Buffon considering a break from football
Gianuigi Buffon says he may take a year-long break from football after leaving Paris Saint-Germain.
The Italian legend left the French club after a single season despite their offer to extend for a further 12 months.
Buffon decided to leave because he did not want to sit on the bench next term, but despite the offers he has already receied, he is considering taking some time out of the game.
Man City eye Eibar keeper Riesgo
The veteran shot stopper is out of contract this summer and Pep Guardiola believes he will be a welcome addition to the squad, allowing 20-year-old Arijanet Muric to go out on loan again.
Napoli sign Ospina on permanent deal
Dani Alves looking for club 'that knows how to compete'
Dani Alves has suggested he will leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer, saying he needs "a team that really knows how to compete for what we aspire to achieve".
The right-back's contract expires at the end of the month and although he has an offer to extend his deal, Alves says is considering leaving for another top club after a disappointing season.
Conte's former assistant confirmed as Kilmarnock boss
Alessio signed a three-year deal with the Scottish side and told the club's website: “I can’t wait to get to work with the players and staff on the training pitch and building on the strong foundations left by Steve Clarke.”
Sarri leaves Chelsea for Juventus
The Italian spent one year with the Stamford Bridge outfit, winning the Europa League and finishing third in the Premier League.
But the coach has returned to his homeland, replacing Massimiliano Allegri at the helm of the Serie A outfit.
Ndombele open to Tottenham move
Asked if he would be open to a move to London, Ndombele said any player would consider joining Mauricio Pochettino's team.
Man United claim Pogba is going nowhere
A report in the Evening Standard claims United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is determined to keep Pogba, who has another two years left on his current deal.
The Manchester Evening News also claim the club have no intention of parting company with the Frenchman, with their record signing very much part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's plans for next season.
Vlasic close to permanent CSKA switch
According to Championat, the Croatian international, who enjoyed a successful loan spell with CSKA last season, is currently in talks with the Russians.
His agent, Tonci Martic, said: “I can’t confirm that CSKA and Everton have reached an agreement for Vlasic. All I can say is Nikola and CSKA are in talks and we are negotiating.”
Barcelona set for €60m injection from player sales
While Ernesto Valverde looks set to complete the signing of Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann early next month, his budget will be bolstered by a host of deartures.
Marc Cucurella has already left the Camp Nou, and Andre Gomes, Jasper Cillessen, Denis Suarez, Rafinha, Sergi Palencia and Adrian Ortola are all expected to follow him out the exit door.
Arsenal priced out of Yannick Carrasco deal
A report from The Sun suggests his asking price, set by current club Dalian Yifang and believed to be £30m, has priced the Gunners out of a move.
Barcelona and Real Madrid queue up as teen rejects Fulham deal
Harvey Elliott - the youngest player ever to appear in the Premier League - could be set to break Fulham hearts as two of the world's biggest clubs compete for his signature.
Zola set to leave Chelsea when contract expires
BREAKING: Chelsea assistant coach Gianfranco Zola is to leave the club when his contract expires this summer, according to Sky sources.— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) June 16, 2019
Man United make bid for 16-year-old 'wonderkid'
According to Le Parisien, the Red Devils have moved quickly to fend off interest from the likes of Lyon, and while a deal is not thought to be imminent due to contractual wranglings, they remain confident of landing the highly-rated teen.
Lampard guaranteed at least two years as Chelsea boss
Frank Lampard is set to become the new manager of Chelsea after assurances from the club's owner that he'll be given at least two years to make his mark at Stamford Bridge.
According to a report in the Daily Mail, the current Derby County boss and former Blues midfielder has been handed the guarantees he needs from Roman Abramovich, and will take the reigns as soon as Maurizio Sarri's switch to Juventus is confirmed.
Pogba drops Man United transfer bombshell
Paul Pogba has admitted for the first time that his immediate future could lie away from Manchester United.
Speaking at a promotional event for Adidas in Tokyo, the French midfielder admitted: "It could be a good time to have a new challenge somewhere else."
Juventus move for Trippier depends on Joao Cancelo's future
Arsenal ready third bid for Claude-Maurice after agreeing personal terms
Arsenal are set to make a third offer for FC Lorient forward Alexis Claude-Maurice after agreeing personal terms with the Frenchman.
Gunners boss Unai Emery has seen two previous bids rejected by the Ligue 2 outfit, but remains hopefull of landing the 21-year-old despite his £18m price tag.
Sevilla open talks in bid to sign Maupay
Inter's hopes of landing Lukaku begin to fade
Crystal Palace linked to takeover talks
Sources suggest takeover talks with a mystery businessman from China have already taken place, with the prospective buyer rumoured to have visited Selhurst Park as well as the club's training ground last month.
Rangers ponder bid for Welsh international Lawrence
The Glasgow club are understood to have identified the centre-back as a potential signing, but according to the Daily Record, Championship sides Stoke and Swansea are also interested in the 26-year-old.
Lo Celso attracts interest from Premier League heavyweights
According to the Daily Star, United officials have already opened talks regarding the potential £67m move, with Spurs also expected to firm up their interest.
Argentine international Lo Celso joined Betis on loan from Paris Saint-Germain last summer before completing a permanent switch in April.
Watford enter race to sign Dawson
Coutinho keen on Chelsea switch
Potential new owners want Benitez to stay at Newcastle
The group aiming to take control at Newcastle United are said to favour keeping Rafa Benitez as the club's manager if their takeover attempt is successful.
According to The Sun, the Bin Zayed Group - fronted by Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al Nahyan - want the Spaniard to remain at St. James' Park beyond his current contract, which expires at the end of June.
The report also claims the new owners will provide the 59-year-old with the funds required to strengthen the Magpies' squad this summer.
Rashford wants £350,000 per week
United look to Dumfries to fill right-back berth
Manchester United view Netherland international Denzel Dumfires as an option to fill the troublesome right-back position.
The Red Devils have seen bids for Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Thomas Meunier falter and now see the PSV man as a good fit.
The Sun also believe he is a cheaper option than the other two with an fee expected to be around £25m ($32m).
PSG secure De Ligt with lucrative contract offer
Ligue 1 champs will offer the defender more than rivals
At 19, de Ligt believes he can move to La Liga or the Premier League later in his career, according to the paper.
Bowyer will remain at Charlton
Manager Lee Bowyer will stay at Charlton after leading them to the Championship, says the Daily Mail.
His contract was set to expire but he's been offered new terms at the club where he started his playing career, before spells with Leeds and Newcastle.
Former Juve assistant in the frame for Kilmarnock job
The 54-year old Italian is now odds-on favourite with bookmakers for the job.
Pires tells Pogba to stay at United
Pogba has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford but Pires believes the World Cup winner has unfinished business with his current club.
"They have invested a lot in him, so I believe it's very important that he stays at United and delivers what they know he can produce," he said.
Leicester to sign James Justin
The Foxes are set to sign the full-back for £12m ($15m).
Justin helped Luton win promotion to the Championship last year, and Luton have turned down a £7.5m offer from Premier League new-boys Aston Villa already this summer for the 21-year-old.
Zaha key to Wan-Bissaka switch to United
United have had a £40m ($50m) offer rejected by the Eagles but are expected to return with a higher tender as they pursue the 21-year-old right back.
The Express suggests that Palace will also demand that United waive a sell-on clause they hold on Zaha, who was first transferred from Selhurst Park to Old Trafford, and then back again a season later.
Zaha is also rumored to be leaving South London this summer and Roy Hodgson's men are looking to maximise the value of any sale.
I told Neres to join Everton - Richarlison
Richarlison has urged his Brazil team-mate David Neres to join him at Goodison Park.
"I told him the doors are open for him there, and that he could help us a lot," Everton's record-signing said of Neres.
Man City move ahead in race for Joao Felix
Offer to loan him back to Benfica for a year will help City
Pep Guardiola sees no immediate need to upgrade on Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus and would be willing to immediately return Felix after signing him.
Felix has a release clause of £105m ($132m) in his contract with the Portuguese club.
James nears Napoli loan deal
The Serie A club will acquire the player for €10m on a season long-deal, but Madrid are holding out for €40m to make the switch permanent while Napoli have offered only €30m.
Bayern to offer Bale loan deal to escape Madrid
Bundesliga giants to take Bale on year-long loan
The Bavarian's head coach, Niko Kovac, is looking to augment his attacking options after the departures of club legends Franck Ribery and Arjen Robbem, and will turn to the Wales international, according to The Sun.
Bayern are prepared to pay his £350,000 per week wages on a temporary basis, a figure which is scaring off Premier League clubs, the paper reports.
Leicester will honour ex-owners promise to let Maguire leave
Harry Maguire will be allowed to leave Leicester City this summer as a result of a gentleman's agreement with former owner Vichai Srivaddhanprabha.
The Mirror report the Foxes supremo, tragically killed in a helicopter clash last year, and the defender shook on a deal that the club would not stand in the way of the player departing this summer after he stayed last year.
Maguire is said to prefer linking up with Pep Guardiola at City, but they may not be prepared to pay the £90m ($113m) Leicester want. United are prepared to stump up the cash, the paper asserts.
Salah to stay at Liverpool but will review next year
Salah was rumoured to be the subject of £150m ($189m) offers from Real and Juve, and the Mirror reports he was tempted, but has opted to remain with the European Champions.
Salah, who has 71 goals in 104 Liverpool appearances, will attempt to improve on the Reds second-place Premier League finish from last year.
Messi scuppers United Griezmann bid
The Argentina great has even called Griezmann to discuss how they will play together.
Hudson-Odoi will stay at Chelsea if Lampard takes over
The winger, currently recovering from an achilles injury, would welcome a chance to reunite with former youth team boss Jody Morris, who will return to the club as part of Lampard's backroom staff.
Lampard is widely tipped to replace Sarri in West London, with the Italian set to take over at Juventus.
Hudson-Odoi had been heavily linked with a move to Bayern Munich.