Traore move to Fiorentina not yet official
Traore agreed to a move in January and signed a contract until 2023 with him to join Fiorentina in July, but has to undergo further medical testing during the next international break bfore the move is official.
Toluca fires Cristante ahead of CCL second leg
Hernan Cristante, a former goalkeeper for Toluca who made more than 400 appearances as a player, is no longer the manager of the team.
The club announced the decision in a news release Monday, confirming he had been fired after going winless in seven straight games.
Martinez not in running for Leicester job
The Foxes are on the hunt for a new manager after Claude Puel was sacked on Sunday.
LAFC land Hamalainen on loan
The 21-year-old Finnish-American, who recently extended his contract with the London club until 2020, will join LAFC until July.
Alba close to signing Barcelona extension
Zaniolo to snub Juve & Chelsea interest for Roma stay
Zaniolo has impressed with Eusebio Di Francesco's team, scoring five times since joining from Inter last summer. Juve and Chelsea are two of the clubs said to be preparing to move in for him, but his father says he will be signing a new contract with Roma soon.
Igor Zaniolo told Corriere dello Sport: "At the end of the season there will be a meeting with Roma for the renewal, there will be no problems. On both sides there is a willingness to conclude the negotiations positively."
Deulofeu on Borussia Dortmund & AC Milan radar
Watford star's contract runs out in 2020
The 24-year-old attacker has been one of the Hornets' most important players this season, scoring six goals and setting up four in the Premier League.
His contract expires in 2020, however, and one of his former teams, Milan, fancy giving him another chance in Serie A. However, the Bundesliga leaders have shown an interest too and may try to lure him to the Germany.
Lille ready to sell Man Utd, Chelsea, Barca & Bayern target
Europe's richest clubs have been given the all clear to ready their bids for Lille winger Nicolas Pepe as he looks destined for a summer move.
The 23-year-old has caught the eye of Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona, according to Telefoot. He has already been the subject of a €70 million (£61m/$79m) offer from Chinese Super League outfit Shanghai SIPG, but Ivory Coast international refused the giant salary they were willing to give him.
But Lille have acknowledged they are going to lose him soon, as Pepe is waiting for an approach from one of Europe's top divisions at the end of the season.
Sporting director Luis Campos told Telefoot: "We are not a rich club. It means that if a really good proposal comes for Pepe, we have to sell him."
Stuani confirms Barca approach in January
Only Barca's Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez have found the net more times this season than Stuani, and there were reports in January that the reigning champions were looking to raid their local Catalan rivals to bring the striker to Camp Nou.
Stuani had declined to comment on those rumours in January but has now opened up about the process, admitting on RAC1’s ‘Tu Diras’ radio show that Barca did come for him in the winter window.
Valencia sign Spain youth international
Valencia have confirmed the signing of Spain youth international Jorge Sáenz from CD Tenerife.
The Spain under-21 player will join Valencia this summer on a contract that runs through June 2024.
Dalot looking to spend 'many years' at Man Utd
Diogo Dalot is looking to spend “many, many years” at Manchester Unitedhaving previously been told by Jose Mourinho that he is capable of emulating Gary Neville at Old Trafford.
The 19-year-old defender joined United on a £19 million ($25m) deal in the summer of 2018 and though he was considered the future, has played a prominent role in the present after taking in 11 appearances.
The youngster admits that he is still on a steep learning curve in new surroundings, but is intending to stick around and become a long-serving member of the Red Devils’ squad.
Toronto FC increase offer for Pozuelo
The sticking point is over the 27-year-old playmaker's arrival, with Toronto wanting him to arrive in March, but Genk pushing for an arrival after the end of the Belgian season in May.
However, the close of the Belgian season is just days after the close of the primary MLS transfer window, which would block Pozuelo from featuring from Toronto until July.
With the increase of Toronto's offer, there is some hope for a conclusion to the talks on Monday.
Rabiot tipped for Liverpool switch
Adrien Rabiot is a “quality footballer” and it would come as no surprise if he links up with Liverpool as a free agent, says Danny Murphy, but sales may be required to make room for the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder.
The former Reds midfielder told Sportingbet: “Rabiot is a quality footballer who is technically very good and I wouldn’t be surprised if we see him in a Liverpool shirt next season.”
Arsenal closing on Monchi agreement
'Whipping boy' Bale told to leave Madrid
Welsh forward urged to return to England
Gareth Bale has become “the whipping boy” at Real Madrid, says Dimitar Berbatov, with the former Tottenham star told to consider a Premier Leaguereturn after taking “the blame for everything that goes wrong”.
An ex-team-mate in north London has told Betfair: “Bale seems to get the blame for everything that goes wrong at Real Madrid, which is unfair. If you look at his stats he is still performing, but he is the whipping boy for some reason."
'Hazard and Hudson-Odoi are Chelsea's future'
The former Blues midfielder told talkSPORT of Hazard: "He's a really good player that would make an impact at any club. Hopefully he stays at Chelsea."
Orlandi forced into retirement
Former Brighton and Swansea midfielder Andrea Orlandi has been forced into retirement at the age of 34 after discovering that he has a heart condition.
He has said: “Sadly it is not safe for me to play on and I was devastated when the doctor broke the news. However, I am coming to terms with it quite quickly and am so thankful to all the medical staff who have helped me.
"I could have had an operation to try and carry on playing, but at 34 it would have been risky and stupid to do so. I have to think about my future more than football now."
Lennon & Allardyce like Leicester
Neil Lennon and Sam Allardyce would be interested in filling a managerial void at Leicester, claims Sky Sports.
The Foxes are in the market for a new boss after relieving Claude Puel of his duties at the King Power Stadium.
Bale frustrated with certain Madrid colleagues
The Wales international has seen his role in the Blancos squad questioned by the likes of Thibaut Courtois, with an angry response offered to those comments after netting a penalty against Levante on Sunday.
Bayern & Valencia interested in Tadic
The Serbian star might be tempted to leave Amsterdam if the Dutch giants fail to qualify for next season's Champions League, after seeing his stock rise exponentially this season.
Since joining Ajax from Southampton last summer Tadic has contributed 24 goals in 36 appearances across all competitions.
PSG join Juve and Inter in race for Chiesa
The 21-year-old has featured in 27 domestic matches for the Violas this season, scoring 10 goals.
Juve still chasing Zaniolo
Meanwhile, Roma want to extend Zaniolo's current contract, but he will not decide on his future until the end of the season.
Muriel hopes for Fiorentina stay
As Marca reports, Muriel expressed his love for his new surroundings in an interview with Gazzetta Dello Sport, stating: "Florence is magic, I'm happy to be picked at Fiorentina."
Depay told to 'talk less' after airing transfer hope
Memphis Depay and those attracting interest at Lyon have been slammed by the club’s president Jean-Michel Aulas, with underperforming stars told to “talk less and give much more”.
A Dutch forward in France has previously stated his desire to join one of the top sides in Europe.
Juventus plotting double Madrid raid
Hazard to Madrid?
Hopkin leaves Bradford post
Barca expecting €40m windfall from loan stars
Arsenal target River Plate star Quintero
Mesut Ozil has been heavily linked with an Emirates Stadium exit this summer and Unai Emery is already eyeing potential replacements.
Quintero is high on the Spaniard's list and he could be acquired for a cut price fee of around €22m ($25m, £19m).
Barca willing to pay €110m for Saul Niguez
The Blaugrana are prepared to pay up to €110m ($125m, £95m) for the 24-year-old, whose current contract at the Wanda Metropolitano is not due to expire until 2026.
Saul has contributed two goals and one assist in 21 La Liga appearances for Atleti this season.
Wagner among Leicester frontrunners
Puel was sacked after the Foxes lost 4-1 at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday, while Wagner has been out of work since leaving the John Smith's Stadium in January.
Rob Holding set for new Arsenal deal
The 23-year-old has been out of action with a cruciate ligament injury since December and is not expected to return until September.
However, Unai Emery was impressed with Holding's performances in the first half of the season and wants to reward him for his progress with a fresh deal.
Bayern ready to swoop for Hernandez
The Bavarians were plotting an €80m ($91m, £69m) swoop for the Frenchman in January, after making contact with Atleti to discuss a possible deal.
Hernandez ultimately stayed at the Wanda Metropolitano, but Bayern are set to come back in for the 23-year-old this summer with a formal bid.
Milan and Valencia interested in Falcaco
The forward's future at Monaco is uncertain, although the club would like to keep him on board with a new deal.
'James' future is in Bayern's hands'
Davies not yet good enough for Bayern
Alphonso Davies was brought in for big money this winter, but he hasn't proven himself good enough for Bayern, according to Sport Bild.
The Canadian international has not shown the technical quality the club is looking for and will feature with the club's U-23s.
He has shown off his speed thus far but the 18-year-old forward will get time to work on it with game-time with the second team.
Mourinho: Hazard would star at Real Madrid
Bayern ready to make Asensio move
Winger set to leave Real this summer
Asensio is ready to leave the Santiago Bernabeu after falling out with Real boss Santiago Solari.
Bayern have reportedly already made contact with the player and offered him a lucrative contract in an attempt to lure him to Germany.
Del Piero announced as LA10 owner
Del Piero initially kept his involvement with the club private but has now chosen to make his ownership public.
LA10 FC is proud to reveal that World Cup Champion and All World Footballer @delpieroale, who wore the #10 his entire career, is our owner and forever revered. LA10 pure passion! pic.twitter.com/521G9Hro1x— LA 10 FC (@LA_10_FC) February 24, 2019
Al-Ittihad sack Bilic
Former West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has been sacked as manager of Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittihad, the club announced.
Bilic was only appointed in September but leaves after winning just three of his 15 matches in charge.
Chilean Jose Luis Sierra has been confirmed as Bilic's successor, returning for a second spell at the club.
Petrodollars, Man City and PSG
Since the turn of the millennium there has been an influx of so-called 'oil money' into the game, with a number of clubs across the world benefitting.
Some of the biggest teams in the world are financed by slick operations, as are the most prestigious competitions.
But what exactly is 'oil money' and which clubs are on the receiving end of investment?
Pozuelo plays for Genk amid Toronto speculation
Alejandro Pozuelo played 90 minutes for Genk against Royal Antwerp on Sunday, despite speculation of an imminent move to Toronto FC.
Toronto officials travelled to Belgium last week to discuss a deal for the 27-year-old with reports he could be presented as a Toronto player as early as Monday.
Leicester ready to pay Rodgers compensation
The Foxes have made Rodgers their number one target after sacking Puel on Sunday following a poor run of results since the turn of the year.
The Premier League club hope around £5million($6.5m) in compensation will be enough to land the former Liverpool boss now, rather than wait until the summer.