Mbappe transfer rumours are inevitable, claims Saha
Kylian Mbappe has been hailed as "an exceptional player who makes the biggest clubs dream" as Paris Saint-Germain attempt to fend off interest in the France star.
The 21-year-old became the first teenager since Pele to score in a World Cup final two years ago, and he has kicked on since helping Les Bleus to that global triumph.
Former France and Manchester United striker Louis Saha says Mbappe is "the most valuable player on Earth", and claims it is only natural clubs such as Real Madrid should be sniffing around.
'Chilwell will be an upgrade on Alonso for Chelsea'
Former Chelsea defender Glen Johnson has urged his old club to continue their pursuit of Ben Chilwell, claiming that the Leicester star represents an improvement at left-back.
Chilwell, 23, has been one of the stars of the 2019-20 season for the Foxes as they sit in third place in the Premier League ahead of the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United.
That talent has not gone unnoticed, with the Blues in particular linked with a move this summer amid reports Leicester will demand upwards of £80 million ($101m).
Muller talks up Havertz to Bayern Munich
Thomas Muller has talked up a potential move to Bayern Munich for Kai Havertz, while ex-Bayer Leverkusen boss Reiner Calmund has expressed his belief that the midfielder will not be sold for less than €100 million (£90m/$113m).
Havertz has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence over the last couple of seasons, emerging as both a talismanic figure for Leverkusen and one of the most sought after talents in European football.
The 20-year-old has scored 15 goals in 38 appearances for Peter Bosz's side in 2019-20, while also contributing eight assists, and is now being touted for a step up to the elite stage.
Vidal halts transfer talk until end of 2019-20
Arturo Vidal has put on hold any talk over his future at Barcelona until the end of the season, claims Mundo Deportivo.
The Chilean has been widely tipped to leave Camp Nou, but wants to focus on matters on the field as Barca battle for the Liga and Champions League titles.
Transfer window can open before end of the season, FIFA confirms
FIFA has confirmed that it will allow the transfer window to open before the end of the delayed 2019-20 season in order to aid clubs during the coronavirus pandemic.
The disease and the resulting interruption to football activities has hit clubs hard across the world, as well as creating huge uncertainty over the future.
Thousands of players' contracts expire in June, leaving them officially free agents despite the restart of activities that began in May with the Bundesliga.
‘Werner’s goals and Ziyech’s flair make Chelsea contenders’
Chelsea must be considered Premier League title challengers for 2020-21 now that they are preparing to welcome Timo Werner’s goals and Hakim Ziyech’s flair onto their books, says Shaun Wright-Phillips.
The Blues already have a deal tied up that will see the Morocco international winger join their ranks from Ajax. The release clause in the contract of the prolific German striker at RB Leipzig has also been triggered, with Frank Lampard wasting no time when it comes to strengthening his squad.
Further additions are also said to be in the pipeline, with Leicester left-back Ben Chilwell the next top target to chase down.
Latibeaudiere mulls over transfer options
Joel Latibeaudiere is already mulling over his transfer options for next season, with the Manchester City starlet determined to follow the lead of Jadon Sancho and Phil Foden by becoming a senior star.
The highly rated defender lifted the Under-17 World Cup as captain of England’s winning side in 2017.
West Ham youngster Cullen extends Charlton loan
Chelsea step up Havertz pursuit
Chelsea will leave no stone unturned in their quest to sign Leverkusen wonderkid Kai Havertz, reports the Express.
The Blues have already secured the signature of Hakim Ziyech for the coming season and are expected to seal a move for Timo Werner in the immediate future.
And they hope the presence of Werner and Antonio Rudiger will convince their compatriot to opt for Stamford Bridge.
'Sterling and De Bruyne will play for Real Madrid if they want to'
Sven-Goran Eriksson has urged Raheem Sterling and Kevin De Bruyne to stay at Manchester City and resist the temptation of Real Madrid.
City this week made their case in an appeal against a two-year ban from UEFA competition, after being found to have breached Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules.
The outcome of that challenge at the Court of Arbitration for Sport is reportedly not expected until July, by which time City's reign as Premier League champions is likely to have been ended by Liverpool.
Lewandowski to replace Aguero at Man City?
Sergio Aguero is the most pivotal signing in Manchester City’s recent history and only a striker of Robert Lewandowski’s calibre could fill the Argentine’s boots when he moves on, says Shaun Wright-Phillips.
The former Blues winger has told AmericanGambler: “Gabriel Jesus knows how to play his role and how to score the goals, so at the moment he is the natural replacement, and he knows the City way - but for somebody to come in and fill those big shoes, it’s a lot of pressure. Maybe Lewandowski, but he is getting on now.”
Rumours of Tolisso talks with Man Utd rubbished
Reports of Manchester United entering into transfer talks with Bayern Munich midfielder Corentin Tolisso have been rubbished by the Frenchman’s agent.
Eric Castagnino has told Sky Deutschland: "I am not having any discussions with Manchester United."
Arsenal keen on Real flop Jovic
Arsenal would welcome the opportunity to lure Luka Jovic away from Real Madrid, claims PianetaMilan.
The Serbian frontman has struggled in Spain during the 2019-20 campaign and is said to be attracting interest from north London and AC Milan.
Man Utd still monitoring Dembele
Lyon striker Moussa Dembele remains of interest to Manchester United as he ticks all of their transfer boxes, claims the Manchester Evening News.
The French forward is expected to remain in Ligue 1 for now, but the Red Devils are ready to make a move if an exit door swings open.
Barca keen on Sevilla defender Diego Carlos
Barcelona are interested in signing Sevilla centre-back Diego Carlos - according to Don Balon.
Liverpool have also been linked with the 27-year-old, who has enjoyed a fine season at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium.
However, Barca are set to formalise their interest in the coming weeks, as they look to bring in Carlos to partner Gerard Pique in the heart of the defence.
Everton & Spurs vying for Zouma
Everton and Tottenham are both interested in signing Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma this summer - according to The Express.
A bidding war could erupt between the two potential suitors when the transfer market reopens, with the French centre-back currently valued at £20 million ($25m).
Chelsea are willing to listen to offers for Zouma, who has featured in 33 matches across all competitions for the club this season.
Wolves-linked Gueye rules out PSG exit
Idrissa Gueye is giving little credence to talk of a move away from Paris Saint-Germain, where he has enjoyed a fine first season.
Gueye joined PSG from Everton in a €32 million (£29m/$30m) deal last summer and quickly established himself as a key man in the Ligue 1 giants' midfield.
However, the Senegal international has been linked with a transfer back to the Premier League with Wolves in recent days.
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Wolves eyeing Espanyol forward Wu Lei
Espanyol striker Wu Lei has emerged as a transfer target for Wolves - according to Mundo Deportivo.
The 28-year-old's current contract is due to expire in December, and the Premier League outfit could swoop for his signature when the transfer market reopens.
However, Wu Lei would prefer to extend his stay at Espanyol, even if the club are relegated from La Liga at the end of the season.
Barca's Alena turns down Premier League move
Barcelona midfielder Carles Alena has rejected the opportunity to join an unnamed Premier League club - according to SPORT.
The 22-year-old was the subject of a €25 million (£22m/$29m) offer from an English club, however, he is determined to continue his development at Camp Nou.
Alena is currently on loan at Real Betis, but will return to Barca ahead of the 2020-21 season.
Jill Scott pens new Man City deal as player-coach
Lampard wants Rice as a centre-half
Frank Lampard is eager to return Declan Rice to Chelsea and play him as a centre-half, claims The Transfer Window Podcast.
The former Blues academy star has been linked with a big-money move to Stamford Bridge from West Ham, but he may be dropped back out of a midfield holding role in west London,
Chelsea, City & Spurs all keen on Hakimi
Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham have all asked about the potential availability of Achraf Hakimi, claims 90mins.
The Morocco international has been catching the eye on loan at Borussia Dortmund and may see a permanent transfer sanctioned by parent club Real Madrid in the next window.
Leicester to look into Bertrand deal
Leicester will turn their attention to Ryan Bertrand if Ben Chilwell leaves for Chelsea, reports The Times.
The Foxes are aware that they could lose one England international left-back this summer, but another could be drafted in from Southampton.
Saints starlet signs fresh terms
Will Sane end up at Bayern?
New Blades deal for Norwood
New contact signed at Ajax
Madrid turn down PSG approach for Vinicius
Real Madrid have turned down an approach from Paris Saint-Germain for Vinicius Jr - according to Don Balon.
The French champions were willing to fork out €110 million (£100m/$126m) for the Brazilian winger, but the Blancos have made it clear he is not for sale.
Vinicius Jr has hit four goals in 28 outings across all competitions for Madrid this season.
Chilean right-back Isla leaves Fenerbahce
Zaha emerges on PSG's radar
Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha is the subject of interest from Paris Saint-Germain - according to 90min.
The Ivorian recently linked up with super-agent Pini Zahavi, who was the man to broker the world-record deal which saw Neymar move to Parc des Princes from Barcelona in 2017.
Arsenal and Everton have also been linked with Zaha, who is expected to leave Palace at the end of the season.
In-demand Inter star Esposito yet to pen contract extension
Inter striker Sebastian Esposito has yet to agree on a contract extension at San Siro - according to Calcio Mercato.
Atalanta, Parma and Fiorentina are all ready to launch bids for the 17-year-old if he fails to commit his future to the Nerazzurri.
Esposito is open to remaining at Inter, but Atalanta have already made contact with the teenage forward's representatives.
Tolisso backed for Man Utd move
Brazilian fullback Rafael da Silva believes Bayern Munich midfielder Corentin Tolisso would be a perfect signing for his former club Manchester United.
Tolisso, 25, is contracted in Germany until 2022 but has been linked with a summer sale as he struggles to secure regular game time under Hansi Flick.
Old Trafford has emerged as a possible destination for Tolisso, who joined Bayern in 2017 from Lyon for €41 million ($47m).
Tottenham, Everton and Newcastle in Coutinho chase
The Brazilian is wanted in England
Philippe Coutinho's next destination is likely to be in the Premier League, France Football reports.
On loan at Bayern Munich from Barcelona, the attacker will not be retained and wants to try his luck in England once more.
Tottenham and Everton are interested, while Coutinho's representatives have been in touch with Newcastle to see if a move there might be possible.
Bayern Munich keeping a close eye on 'curious' transfer market
Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said the Bundesliga champions are adopting a careful approach in the transfer market following the coronavirus pandemic.
The 2019-20 Bundesliga season resumed last month after the campaign was suspended in March due to the Covid-19 crisis.
While football has returned in Germany, albeit behind closed doors, the coronavirus outbreak is set to impact clubs financially.
Sidibe targeted by Sevilla
Monaco full-back Djibril Sidibe is being watched by Sevilla, RMC reports.
The World Cup-winning defender spent last season on loan at Everton, who will not take up the purchase option in the loan, but is set to be sold this summer by his parent club.
Pellegrini in Roma talks
Lorenzo Pellegrini is in talks with Roma over a fresh contract, Di Marzio reports.
The player has a strong bond with the capital club, but wants to see his commitment reflected by their offer.
Leicester eye Clark as Chilwell replacement
Vitesse defender Max Clark has emerged as Leicester's primary target to replace Ben Chilwell, the Daily Mail states.
Chilwell is set to sign for Chelsea this summer and the Foxes are now preparing for life without him.
I told Xavi to go to Barca – Eto’o
Samuel Eto’o has instructed Xavi to return to Barcelona while Lionel Messi is still playing, with the former Cameroon ace branding the six-time Ballon d’Or winner the “God of Football”.
Southampton open contract talks with Bertrand
Ryan Bertrand is in contract talks with Southampton, according to the Daily Mail.
The Saints are eager to tie up the left-back on a fresh deal over fears he could be targeted by Leicester if they lose Ben Chilwell to Chelsea.
Fraser set to turn down Bournemouth offer
Ryan Fraser is set to be available on a free transfer this summer as he has turned down Bournemouth's last-ditch bid to keep him, The Sun reports.
The Scotland winger is being targeted by a number of clubs, with Tottenham leading the chase.
Man City capture Utrecht youngster
Dortmund see Sancho exit as inevitable
Man Utd boost in attacker chase
Borussia Dortmund see the departure of Jadon Sancho this summer as inevitable, The Evening Standard reports.
BVB are holding out for £116 million ($145m), which could be a stumbling block for interested clubs like Manchester United and Chelsea.
Rennes makes Salisu offer
Rennes have made an opening offer for Real Valladolid defender Mohammed Salisu, according to RMC.
The centre-back has been one of the breakthrough stars in Spain this season and the Ligue 1 side have bid €8 million (£7m/$9m).