Rabiot opens discussions with Everton
Rabiot's exit has been expected, but that he has not signed yet has drawn the interest of smaller clubs, like the Toffees, as well as Betis and Sevilla.
With concern mounting as time passes, Rabiot is open to more options, though it is uncertain if the Spanish sides will be able meet his financial demands.
Spurs have Ndombele offer rejcted
Lyon, however, are hoping to complete a sale of the highly regarded midfielder by the end of June and could come down from that price if Spurs raise their offer.
Bayern to pass on James €42m option
James has spent the last two seasons on loan from Real Madrid, but Bayern's chiefs have decided they will not opt to make the move permanent.
Toronto sign USMNT veteran Omar Gonzalez from Atlas
Toronto FC has signed United States international defender Omar Gonzalez from Liga MX club Atlas, the Major League Soccer side has announced.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed though Toronto revealed it used Targeted Allocation Money (TAM) to complete the deal.
Gonzalez, pending a medical, will be eligible to be added to Toronto’s squad on July 9 when the MLS secondary transfer window opens.
Real Madrid make final push to sign €120m Hazard
Real Madrid are sending a representative to London to meet with Chelseadirector Marina Granovskaia as Los Blancos commit to a final push to get a transfer deal for Eden Hazard over the line, Goal understands.
Negotiations over the Belgian's future at the Santiago Bernabeu have been going on for months but the Spanish capital side are now keener than ever to wrap up proceedings, as they hope to make an official announcement this week after agreeing upon a fee.
Chelsea's ideal scenario would see Hazard snapped up for €130 million (£115m/$146m), while Madrid hope to pay closer to €100m (£89m/$112m), but there is a firm expectation that a deal will inevitably be done.
Boro youngsters wanted by Watford and Burnley
Watford are facing the prospect of losing either Gerard Deulofeu or Roberto Pereyra to AC Milan and see Tavernier as an ideal replacement, while Bayer Leverkusen and Aston Villa are also thought to be interested.
Roma reject Everton's €28m Under bid
The 21-year-old winger has managed six goals and 11 assists this season in his second season in Italy.
The Toffees are keen on the player, but their bid has been deemed far too low as Roma look to hold on to one of their prized young talents.
Leganes sign Silva permanently
The defender arrived on loan last summer and impressed, becoming first-choice in the position and making 33 appearances in all competitions.
As a result, the La Liga outfit have exercised their option to purchase him and the Portuguese has penned a four-year deal.
Tosun to return to Besiktas
The 27-year-old was frequently used as a substitute by Marco Silva and wants to go back to his former club, for whom he plundered 64 goals in 142 appearances.
He is also willing to accept a substantial pay cut in order to make the move happen.
Norwich announce new Krul contract
Premier League returnees Norwich City have announced goalkeeper Tim Krul has signed a new contract that keeps him at the club through 2022.
Krul joined on free transfer prior to last season from Brighton and played every minute for the club this season.
“I’m over the moon to be extending my journey at Norwich City. The Club gave me the opportunity to play week in week out and to play every second last season was amazing," Krul told the club's official website.
Tim Krul has signed a new three-year deal with us! ✍— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) June 3, 2019
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West Ham confirm Perez joins Alaves
The 30-year-old former Arsenal striker leaves the Hammers for an undisclosed fee after joining the club for a single season during which he scored six goals in 19 appearances.
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Barca refuse to sell Atletico target Semedo
With reports linking Barca to Atletico star forward Antoine Griezmann, whose release clause in his contract drops to €120m (£105m/$135m) on July 1, there remains question as to whether Semedo might be involved in a deal between the two clubs to potentially lower that fee.
However, sources at Barcelona have confirmed the club have no interest in selling Semedo, who is signed through to 2022 and has a €100m (£88m/$112m) release clause in his contract.
Jorginho warns of Sarri 'betrayal' over Juve switch
Jorginho followed Sarri to Stamford Bridge from Napoli last year but the midfielder could be about to see his boss return to Italy after just one season in London, with the Serie A champions said to be ready to appoint him as Massimiliano Allegri's successor in Turin.
Italy international Jorginho, though, hopes Sarri remains in charge of Chelsea for the 2019-20 campaign.
Rennes confirm Ben Arfa departure
Rennes president Olivier Letang has confirmed that Hatem Ben Arfa will not be at the club next season.
Ben Arfa, 32, scored nine goals and registered six assists in all competitions for Rennes after joining on a free transfer at the beginning of last campaign, but the option to extend his contract to the end of the season has not been taken up and he has been linked with a move to Spain.
Club president Letang announced the decision during a press conference in which the Coupe de France winners confirmed they had handed head coach Julien Stephan an extended deal that will keep him at the club until 2022.
Man Utd lead chase for £60m Maddison
Maddison has emerged as the Red Devils' top priority, though the 22-year-old is likely to cost around £60 million ($76m), as the club targets young British players this summer.
Premier League clubs chase Porto's Marega
Marega wants to depart this summer, none of the clubs have come close to the €40m release clause, though it's expected the bids from midtable sides in England will rise as the summer moves along.
Toronto FC set to sign USMNT defender Gonzalez
Toronto FC are set to complete the signing of United States international Omar Gonzalez according to Multiple sources have confirmed to me that Toronto FC have signed centre-back Omar Gonzalez. Announcement to come soon. See him as a ‘cornerstone’ of their defence going forward. Available after July 7th. Two and a half year deal plus option. #TFCLive
Multiple sources have confirmed to me that Toronto FC have signed centre-back Omar Gonzalez. Announcement to come soon. See him as a ‘cornerstone’ of their defence going forward. Available after July 7th. Two and a half year deal plus option. #TFCLive— Kristian Jack (@KristianJack) June 3, 2019 " target="_blank">Kristen Jack of TSN.
The 30-year-old centre-back will join in July when the MLS transfer window reopens on a two-and-half year contract with an additional option year.
Gonzalez spent last season with Atlas in Liga MX after three seasons with Pachuca.
Shaqiri talks up Liverpool future
The 27-year-old was acquired by the Reds in the summer of 2018 after seeing a release clause in his contract at Stoke activated on the back of relegation out of the Premier League.
Shaqiri has managed to deliver six goals across 30 appearances and ended his debut campaign on Merseyside as a Champions League winner but lack of starts has sparked talk of supposed interest from the likes of West Ham
Prem duo in for Meunier
The French champions are willing to sell the 27-year-old, who is about to enter the final 12 months of his contract at the Parc des Princes.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery, who signed Meunier for PSG, is driving the Gunners' interest, while United see him as a cheaper option to Crystal Palace's Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Hammers keen on Ali Kaldirim
The Turkey international, who is about to enter the final year of his contract, is keen on a move to the Premier League.
The 29-year-old left-back has a €5m (£4.4m/$5.6m) release clause in his current deal.
Juve keen on Trippier
The Serie A champions see the 28-year-old as a potential replacement for Joao Cancelo, who may leave the Bianconeri this summer.
Napoli have also been credited with an interest with Trippier, who admitted at the weekend that he was unsure about his future at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Fiorentina insist Inter target Chiesa won't be sold this summer
Van Gaal urges De Ligt to make Man City move
The 19-year-old centre-half has several options to consider heading towards the summer transfer window with Juventus also among the clubs interested in his services.
Lichtsteiner confirms Arsenal departure
Mainz sign Fernandes
FSV Mainz have signed midfielder Edimilson Fernandes from West Ham on a four-year deal.
🚨 TRANSFER-NEWS 🚨 #Mainz05 hat Edimilson Fernandes verpflichtet! Der 23-jährige Schweizer Nationalspieler, der bei @WestHamUtd unter Vertrag stand und an @acffiorentina ausgeliehen war, hat einen Vierjahresvertrag unterschrieben! ✍ pic.twitter.com/xoezsW0Gv6— 1. FSV Mainz 05 (@1FSVMainz05) June 3, 2019
Messi wants Neymar, not Griezmann, at Barcelona
Barca captain wary of France forward
Griezmann has already confirmed that he will leave Atletico Madrid this summer and was widely expected to move to the Camp Nou.
Boruc signs new deal
Veteran Bournemouth goalkeeper Artur Boruc has signed a new contract.
The 39-year-old has signed a one-year deal keeping him at the club until the summer of 2020.
West Ham submit fresh £20m bid for Andre Gomes
The Hammers had an £18 million ($23m) bid rejected and have come back with a fresh offer on Monday, but it is believed Barca will hold out for £25 million ($32m).
Gomes spent the 2018-19 campaign on loan at Everton and racked up 27 Premier League appearances, scoring one goal.
Rennes confirm Ben Arfa's departure
The 32-year-old's current deal is due to expire this month and the French outfit have decided not to take up a one-year extension option.
Rennes president Olivier Létang stated on Monday morning: "Hatem Ben Arfa will not be at Stade Rennais next season".
Napoli close in on Veretout signing
The 26-year-old has agreed on a five-year contract at Stadio San Paolo, with a €30 million ($34m, £27m) fee mooted.
Veretout contributed five goals and three assists in 33 Serie A appearances for Fiorentina this season.
Reguilon told he can leave Real Madrid
Reguilon only managed to appear in 14 La Liga matches for Madrid this season.
Man Utd & City target Ndombele yet to make decision on future
Tanguy Ndombele is yet to make a decision on where his future lies, with the Lyon midfielder continuing to be linked with the likes of Manchester rivals United and City.
At 22 years of age, the youngster has emerged as one of the most sought-after talents in European football.
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Bremen convinced Pavlenka will stay
Liverpool were reportedly considering a player-plus-cash deal for the Czech Republic international, with Italian champions Juve also tracking the player.
Porto end Mangala chase
Mangala hasn't played a first-team game since suffering a knee injury while on loan at Everton in February 2018.
The French defender has since recovered, but Porto have decided against a deal over concerns he could suffer a relapse.
Maldini agrees Milan deal
The legendary former Italy defender will succeed Leonardo at the Rossoneri with Angelo Carbone becoming head of youth operations and Geoffrey Moncada chief scout.
Maldini's first decision in the role is to indentify Giampaolo as the club's new coach, with the 51-year-old having informed Sampdoria that he wants to move to the Giuseppe Meazza this summer.
Sarri key to Koulibaly deal
The Italian champions are reportedly set to appoint Chelsea boss Sarri as their new head coach by the weekend.
And once that deal is sealed they hope his relationship with Koulibaly, who he worked with at Napoli, will persuade the defender to move to Turin.
Wolves lead chase for Rondon
A number of clubs have been linked with a move for the Venezuelan striker, who scored 15 goals on loan at Newcastle last season.
Rondon is believed to be in favour of a move to Molineux but the club have yet to meet his £16.5million release clause and no deal is imminent.
Bayern doubt Sane deal
Everton wait on Baines decision
Frankfurt make Trapp bid
Trapp spent last season on loan at Frankfurt and the German side are keen to seal a permanent deal for the 28-year-old.
The former Kaiserslautern goalkeeper is expected to leave PSG this summer having dropped down the pecking order at the French champions.
Hammers sign goalkeeper Martin
West Ham have confirmed the signing of goalkeeper David Martin on a two-year deal from July 1.
Martin arrives on a free transfer after leaving Millwall and will provide competition for Lukasz Fabianski and Roberto at the London Stadium.
Arsenal make contact with Inter over Radu
The Gunners are on the lookout for a new number two after Petr Cech's retirement and the 22-year-old Romanian goalkeeper could be available this summer.
Valencia aiming to sign Maxi Gomez
Maxi Gomez contributed 13 goals and five assists in 35 La Liga appearances for Celta Vigo this season.
Dzeko agrees on Inter switch
The Nerazzurri are now aiming to successfully negotiate a deal with the Giallorossi, who are demanding a fee within the region of €20 million ($22m, £18m).
Dzeko contributed nine goals and six assists in 33 Serie A appearances for Roma this season.
Newcastle set to target Hurtado & Trapp
Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez wants to bring Venezuela striker Jan Hurtado and Paris Saint Germain goalkeeper Kevin Trapp to the club during the transfer window.
The latter, meanwhile, is third choice 'keeper at PSG and open to leaving the club this summer, but Benitez will only be granted funds if a proposed takeover by The Bin Zayed Group is completed at Newcastle.
Koeman rules himself out of contention for Barca job
Rumours over Valverde's position continue to swirl after a mixed campaign at Camp Nou, which saw Barca fail to reach the Champions League final for a fourth successive year.
Galaxy only team to meet Pavon asking price
Bernardeschi backs Sarri for Juventus post
The midfielder claims that whoever the club bring in, he's sure they will be a good hire, but also says the Chelsea boss has a good profile for the job.
"As a player I can say that Sarri is a valid profile to me, but I don't know if he will be the next manager," he told reporters.
De Laurentiis promises 'good news' for Napoli on Monday
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has hinted that the club will be announcing a signing on Monday.
The Serie A side's boss has made it clear the club are chasing a forward and teased the potential return of Fabio Quagliarella.
"If we find a right forward we will make a sacrifice," he told Sky Sports. "The return of Quagliarella would be a matter of love and sympathy for a Neapolitan who left for the questions we know. It would be like a form of compensation.
"On Monday I will give you good news for this summer."
Griezmann on his future: That's a good question
Antoine Griezmann is still not ready to make an announcement on his future.
But when asked about his future following a French win over Bolivia on Sunday, he told reporters: "I don't know, that's a good question.
"Let's see. Everything in its time."
Strootman says Marseille want to sell him
Kevin Strootman says that Marseille have told him that they will be forced to sell him this summer.
But Marseille fell short of that goal in 2018-19, and the Netherlands international appears on his way out of the club after just one season.
Liverpool to reward Klopp with new £10m deal
The German manager still has three years left on his current contract
Klopp, who took over the Reds in 2015, has a contract currently with three years left to run, paying him £7m ($9m) per season.
But Liverpool ownership want to show their commitment by locking down the 51-year-old to an even longer and more lucrative deal.
Tottenham to spend big to keep Pochettino around
Spurs have not made a new signing since January 2018, but still reached the Champions League final under the Argentine's guidance.
With Pochettino one of the most sought-after managers in world football, Spurs know they must end their transfer drought in a big way this summer.
Financial Fair Play could prevent Lukaku move to Inter
Antonio Conte is targeting the Manchester United striker this summer as Inter look to move on from Mauro Icardi.
But the club must raise £40m by the end of June, and will be unable to add Lukaku's salary and transfer fee to their books unless they do so.
Giampaolo could bring Andersen & Praet to Milan
Milan are closing in on naming Giampaolo their new manager, with the 52-year-old planning on implementing a 4-3-1-2 system at San Siro.
Should he move to Milan, Giampaolo may be able to convince two of his biggest stars at Sampdoria to join him at his new club.
Conte turned down Spurs earlier this year
Conte decided to turn down Spurs due to their history of a lack of investment in the transfer market, and instead landed with Inter this week.