Tottenham fear Rabiot will sign with rivals
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino values Rabiot, but faces heavy competition from the likes of Liverpool and Barcelona, as well as Unai Emery and Arsenal, as he managed the midfielder with PSG.
As a result, Spurs fear Rabiot could be another transfer target that slips through their fingers.
Atlanta United waive McCann
Mertens and Hamsik were Dalian targets
Hamsik is not with the club as he is expected to have a medical ahead of a €20 million (£18m/$23m) move to China in the coming days.
But Dalian also tried for Mertens, offering a €15m per season salary, but were unwilling to meet Napoli's €45m fee for him.
Gladbach admit doubt on Hazard contract
Borussia Mönchengladbach are working to extend Thorgan Hazard's contract but sporting director Max Eberl is making no promises the club will be able to keep their star.
Hazard is enjoying another strong season with Gladbach has reportedly drawn the interest of his old coach Lucien Favre at Borussia Dortmund, leading to the uncertainty.
"We would like to extend, that's clear," Eberl said on Sky Germany (via Aachener Zeitung) before Saturday's contest against Hertha BSC. "We are hopeful that it will work, but I can not promise that to anyone."
NYCFC targeting Aberdeen's Mackay-Steven
The MLS side told the Scottish club they intended to attempt to sign the winger to a pre-contract and have aimed to land him before the season gets underway in March.
The offer has been refused by the club, and the 28-year-old Mackay-Steven claims he has yet to decide upon his future.
Leeds chase Scottish teenage superstar
Roma to triple salary of Arsenal & Spurs target Under
Solskjaer planning for long-term future at Man Utd
The win was Solskjaer's 10th in 11 games and each victory fuels speculation that the 45-year-old could take the job on a permanent basis in the summer.
The Norwegian has always been reluctant to discuss his long-term future at the club but admits his plans for the players stretch beyond the end of this season.
Lozano subject of Napoli and Raiola meeting
The Serie A club hopes to avoid a bidding war with Barcelona and Arsenal
Hoping to secure personal terms with Lozano, Napoli are set to offer a five-year contract, though questions of Raiola's commission and Lozano's image rights remain unsettled.
Napoli have informed Raiola thay are not willing to enter into an auction for the attacker, who is subject to interest from Arsenal and Barcelona, and hope to secure him for €30 million (£26m/$34m), even if the current asking price is thought to be €40m- €45m.
Chiesa comments put Inter and Juventus on alert
The 21-year-old has had numerous clubs interested in his services, but Inter and Juventus are seen as the current favourties.
Milan look to sign Suso through 2024
Milan are looking to sign Suso through 2024 and eliminate his release clause, according to milannews.it.
Suso confirmed he has begun talks with the club over a renewal, and the report says the club are looking to add two more years to his current deal.
It would also see his salary rise from €3 million up to €3.5m-€4m, with Milan looking to get rid of his release clause or, short of that, raising it to €60m and only applicable to foreign clubs.
Newcastle missed out on Benfica's Samaris
Samaris has six months left on his contract and Benfica had agreed to €300,000 loan fee with a sell-on clause had he signed on with Newcastle permanently.
However, Benfica late on decided to try to offer Samaris a new contract and he appears receptive toward staying with the club, though no new deal has been signed yet.
Nagbe trying to force trade to Columbus
The Crew's new coach is Caleb Porter, who coached Nagbe both at the University of Akron and the Portland Timbers, with Nagbe's trade to Atlanta coming after Porter departed the Western Conference club.
Nagbe has been absent from Atlanta's first two scrimmages so far this pre-season and only suited up in a match for the team's reserve side.
Who is Joao Felix?
Juventus in constant contact over Isco
Coutinho to fight for Barca future
Real readying Dybala offer
Nobody forced Klopp to spend
Chelsea & Man Utd tracking Costa
Bayern leading pursuit of Pepe
Sarri hopeful on Hazard
Casteels ready for Barcelona move
Casteels is already on the Catalan side's shortlist as they look for options to replace Jasper Cillessen, who could be on his way out in the summer.
With a contract that runs until 2021, Wolfsburg could demand around €20 million (£17m/$23m) for the 26-year-old, who is ready to leave the Bundesliga side.
I snubbed Celtic for Serie A stay, says Castagne
The 23-year-old right-back was a target for the Scottish champions in January, but their advances were knocked back by the Italian side.
Castagne had no interest in leaving Atalanta, though, as he is eyeing a place in the Belgium team for the next European Championship.
"Celtic tried to buy me, but this is the best moment of my career and I want to stay here," he is quoted as saying. "If you play, trust increases. It's natural. It’s also useless to talk about going to a Champions League or Europa League club because we at Atalanta would like to qualify. As for the national team, my goal is being at Euro 2020."
Abate to reunite with Ibrahimovic at LA Galaxy
The 32-year-old joined the San Siro outfit 20 years ago and has made over 300 appearances. His contract will expire at the end of the season and looks set to reunite with fello Mino Raiola client Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the MLS side.
Bayern eye Monaco teen Hannibal
The 16-year-old midfielder is already playing for Monaco's Under 19s and is contracted to the club until 2021.
However, his father has said he wants to leave the club and Bayern will likely be there to try to snap him up.
Gladbach want Hazard to replace his brother
Borussia Dortmund have been eyeing a move for the current Gladbach star in the summer, with reports of a €42 million (£37m/$48m) bid circulating.
Gladbach will turn to 23-year-old Kylian, who is currently on loan with Cercle Brugge, and will speak to his father to try to lure him away from Chelsea.
AC Milan scout Marseille duo
Rudi Garcia's men won 2-1 to bring them back into contention for a European place, with Mario Balotelli and Lucas Ocampos rescuing a comeback after Dijon's early opener.
Milan were keeping an eye Florian Thauvin, who set up Balotelli's opener, and centre-back Boubacar Kamara, who was booked in the dying minutes.
Dybala must decide: Juventus or Real Madrid
According to Tuttosport, Dybala's long-term future will be decided in the next few weeks. While Juve hope to hold on to him, Madrid are offering him the chance to take over as their star player at the end of the season.
Hibs to name Appleton as new manager
The Scottish side have been looking for a new boss since Lennon's sudden departure after a bust-up in the training ground last month.
Appleton, who worked as assistant manager to Craig Shakespeare and then Claude Puel at Leicester, has emerged as the favourite to take the job after their negotiations over the last week.
Man Utd target Skriniar to sign Inter deal
The 23-year-old centre-back has caught the eye of Manchester United, who are reportedly lining up a summer bid for him.
Inter, however, are determined to hold on to him and have committed him to a deal that runs until 2023 and will take his salary up to €3 million.
Barca open to Coutinho offers
Man Utd & Chelsea eyeing ex-Liverpool star
The €145 million (£127m/$166m) signing has not been in great form for the Catalan side this season. Manchester United and Chelsea are reported to be eyeing the Brazilian up ahead of the summer and Barca could let him go if they can get close to the fee they paid.
Mendy tops list of Barcelona targets
The Catalan side are anxious to find cover for Jordi Alba and see the 23-year-old as the ideal candidate due to his performances in Ligue 1.
They will get a close look at him when the two sides face each other in the Champions League knockout round.
Arsenal to battle Atletico for Grimaldo
Grimaldo, 23, developed in Barcelona's La Masia academy, but moved to Benfica in 2016 in search of first-team action.
Eriksen has turned down £110,000-a week offer from Spurs
The 26-year-old's current deal expires at the end of next season, and Spurs are increasingly worried they may have to sell the Danish star.
Whitecaps FC sign Argentine defender Godoy
The Vancouver Whitecaps FC have signed defender Erik Godoy from Club Atletico Colon on a one-year loan with a purchase option.
The 25-year-old has spent his entire career in Argentina, having also played for Tigre and Belgrano.
“Erik is a dynamic center back with really good experience for his age,” Whitecaps FC head coach Marc Dos Santos said in a team statement.
Tottenham & Arsenal monitoring Ginter
Both north London clubs are looking to improve their back lines in the summer, and could view the 25-year-old as a key transfer target.
Toronto FC pursuing Pozuelo as DP
The Reds are looking to replace Sebastian Giovinco, who joined Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal last month.
Pozuelo, 27, would be the club's third designated player, and would cost TFC around $10 million.
Galaxy eyeing Abate move
Abate's contract expires at the end of 2018-19, and the 32-year-old appears likely to leave Milan after 10 years with the club.
The veteran could link up with his friend Zlatan Ibrahimovic with the Galaxy, with the two players also sharing the same agent, Mino Raiola.
Bayern Munich leading chase for Pepe
Pepe is one of the most sought-after prospects in Europe, having scored 16 goals in 23 Ligue 1 appearances so far this season.
Whitecaps sign Ardaiz as young designated player
The Vancouver Whitecaps have announced the signing of 20-year-old striker Joaquín Ardaiz from FC Chiasso of Switzerland's second division.
“Joaquín is a young striker with a very high ceiling and has the physical and technical tools to succeed in MLS,” Whitecaps FC head coach Marc Dos Santos said in a statement. “He’s at the early stages of his career and we’re going to work with him to reach his full potential."
De Ceglie in talks with Miami United
The 32-year-old defender is out of contract after last featuring for Servette in Switzerland's second tier.
De Ceglie has been living in Miami the last few months and is looking for an opportunity to return to the field to continue his career.
Real Madrid may use Isco in Hazard swap
The Spain international is out of favour under Santiago Solari
Isco is currently out of favour with Madrid coach Santiago Solari, and despite his protests, has not drawn much support from the club or his team-mates.
Therefore, Madrid would gladly part with Isco if it got them Hazard for less, but there is no guarantee Chelsea, or any other Premier League club, will be interested in the attacker.
Hamsik left out of Napoli squad as CSL switch nears
Hamsik appeared poised to complete a switch to the Chinese Super League outfit earlier this week, before Napoli postponed the transfer over an issue related to the structure of the payments in a purported €20 million (£18m/$23m) deal.
Those issues appear to have been smoothed over, and Hamsik will miss out on the clash as his exit nears.
Solskjaer: Man Utd don't need to buy superstars
Caretaker Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted that his side don't need to buy "superstars" to contend for a title.
Solskjaer took over from Jose Mourinho, who complained publically about his side's lack of investment in the transfer market.
However, Solskjaer has managed nine wins and a draw in his first 10 games by improving the group he has and believes the continued development of that squad is the key to success.
Nagbe missing from Atlanta United
The midfielder has not played in either of Atlanta's first two scrimmages, suiting up for the reserves in another scrimmage, with both Nagbe and the club declining to speak about the player's situation.
Coach Frank de Boer claimed his latest absence was due to lack of training and familiarity with the formation, but as the publication notes, it is a similar setup to what was used under Tata Martino, in which Nagbe was considered essential.
Tottenham planning £35m swoop for West Ham's Rice
Spurs will face competition from Liverpool for the Ireland international
Spurs are concerned over a possible departure of Christian Eriksen, as his contract expires in 2020 and Real Madrid are reportedly interested.
Rice, who could help fill Eriksen's void, has been monitored by Tottenham for a while, though they'll face a battle with Liverpool, who are also interested.