Ajax star De Jong tired of Barca transfer speculation
Frenkie de Jong insists he is no clearer on reported interest from Barcelona as rumours of a switch from Ajax continue to swirl.
While his strong season in the Eredivisie has seen him linked to the La Liga champions, Ajax have insisted he is not for sale.
De Jong remains none the wiser over the possibility of a move, and admits to growing frustrated with the constant rumours.
Mainz confirm Newcastle move for Muto
Mainz have confirmed the sale of Japan international Yoshinori Muto to Newcastle United, in a deal reportedly worth £9.5 million ($12.4m).
"News on Yoshinori Muto. The Japanese is about to change Mainz for Newcastle," the club announced on Twitter.
“The clubs are, as far as the terms of the contract, largely agreed, however, are around the change still time-consuming formalities to be done."
Bonucci looking to rejoin Juventus
AC Milan defender Leonardo Bonucci is ready to return to Juventus after just one season at the San Siro, according to new club general manager Leonardo.
Bonucci, 31, caused a stir in the summer of 2017 when he swapped Turin for Milan after seven trophy-laden seasons with the Old Lady.
Man Utd back in for Alderweireld after Maguire hitch
The Red Devils are reigniting an old pursuit after being dealt a blow in the hunt for Harry Maguire
Manchester United could be forced to reignite their interest in Toby Alderweireld after being told that Leicester City will demand a sum in excess of £75 million ($99m) if they are to consider parting with Harry Maguire.
Goal understands United were initially keen on signing Tottenham centre-back Alderweireld but had their approach curbed by Spurs’ £75m price tag for the 29-year-old Belgian, leaving the two clubs around £20m apart in their valuations.
Mourinho set to miss out on Sandro
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been left frustrated as he looks set to miss out on Juventus defender Alex Sandro.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Mourinho was keen to bring full-back Sandro to Old Trafford this summer.
But the United hierarchy have blocked the deal as they do not want Mourinho to continue to stockpile defenders and spend money elsewhere.
How will Barca line up with Malcom?
The transfer window moves so fast that it's easy to forget that less than 48 hours ago Barcelona forked out €41 million for Malcom.
But where will he play for the Camp Nou outift? Goal's Ben Hayward takes a look at how Ernesto Valverde will fit him into the line up.
Inter close in on Vrsaljko
Inter are close to completing a move for Atletico Madrid defender Sime Vrsaljko, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
The Croatia international has agreed personal terms with the Serie A outfit, and will move on an initial €8 million (£7.1m/$8.3m).
Though there will be no obligation to buy, should the Nerrazzuri wish to make the move permanent the overall fee would rise to €25m (£22.2m/$29.2m).
Klaassen set for Werder Bremen talks
Everton midfielder Davy Klaassen is set for talks over a move to Werder Bremen, according to the Liverpool Echo.
The Netherlands international made just 16 appearances for the Toffees last season having arrived from Ajax 12 months ago.
And he now looks set to depart having been given permission to meet Thursday's pre-season friendly with Blackburn Rovers.
Leicester refusing to let Maguire leave
Mourinho to be dealt another blow?
Leicester City have told Manchester United that defender Harry Maguire is not for sale, according to Sky Sports.
The Red Devils have made an approach for the England international and are willing to spend around £65 million ($85.6m).
But the Foxes are unwilling to sell despite Maguire being keen on making the move this summer.
Newcastle complete Schar move
Newcastle have completed their fourth summer signing with the arrival of Fabian Schar from Deportivo La Coruna.
The Switzerland international arrives to bolster Rafa Benitez's backline for a fee of £3 million.
Everton close in on Mina
Everton are closing in on Barcelona defender Yerry Mina after lodging an improved £27 million ($35m) bid.
The Toffees have been negotiating a deal for the Colombia international for a number of weeks and are now on the verge of securing their man.
They have beaten off interest from Lyon and Borussia Dortmund, though reports of Manchester United making an offer are wide of the mark.
Chelsea demand £62m from AC Milan for Morata
The Blues are ready to sell the striker after just one season in London, but he will not be cheap for the Rossoneri
Chelsea are demanding AC Milan pay £62 million ($82m) to buy Alvaro Morata this summer, Sky Sports reports.
It has been reported this week that the striker has agreed to a return to Italy after talks with the Rossoneri after they were taken over by new owners Elliott Management.
With Chelsea said to be making advances to sign Gonzalo Higuain from Juventus, they have already settled on a price for Morata after just one season in London.
Vida agrees to join Liverpool
Besiktas defender Domagoj Vida has agreed a deal to join Liverpool, according to A Spor.
The Croatia international impressed at the World Cup and has agreed terms on a two-year deal with the Anfield outfit.
No transfer fee has been agreed however, with the Turkish outfit holding out for €25 million (£22.2m/$29.3m).
Maguire confident of Man Utd move
Leicester City defender Harry Maguire is confident a move to Manchester United will be completed this summer, according to the Daily Mirror.
Having impressed at the World Cup, the England international has emerged as a top target for Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.
And though the Foxes want £65 million ($85.7m), the former Hull City man believes his future now lies with the Red Devils.
Juve eye Kante to replace Pjanic
Juventus have made Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante their first choice to replace Miralem Pjanic, according to CalcioMercato.
Pjanic is set to leave Turin for Manchester City after the Premier League champions missed out on signing Jorginho.
And Juve are now looking set to battle Paris Saint-Germain for Kante, though Chelsea would not accept offers of less than €80 million (£71m/$93.7m).
Chelsea turn to Cillessen
Chelsea have turned their attentions to Barcelona goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen in their search for a new No.1, according to TransferMarketWeb.
The Blues are bracing themselves for Thibaut Courtois' departure, with Real Madrid heavily linked with the Belgium international.
And Maurizio Sarri is eyeing Cillessen as a replacement, with the Dutch stopper keen for more football after playing second fiddle to Marc-Andre Ter Stegen at Camp Nou.
Mourinho explains Martial tour departure
Forward set for Old Trafford exit
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has explained he could not stop Anthony Martial from leaving his club's tour of the USA.
Martial is being heavily linked with a move away from Old Trafford and departed United's trip ahead of their clash with AC Milan.
Mourinho clarified Martial left to be at the birth of his child in Paris, though hinted that he only found out about it in the days before Martial's flight home.
Valencia to make Batshuayi move
Valencia are set to launch a bid for Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi, according to COPE.
The Liga outfit are keen to bolster their attacking options as they look to build on their fourth-place finish last season.
They are hopeful of signing both Batshuayi and Atletico Madrid's Kevin Gameiro while they are closing in on Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes.
Roma join chase for Bailey
Roma are the latest club to show an interest in Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey, according to The Sun.
Having missed out on Malcom to Barcelona, the Giallorossi have now turned their attention to starlet Bailey.
Chelsea and Arsenal are also keen on the 20-year-old, who will reportedly cost around £40 million ($52.7m).
Serie A stars on the move
Cristiano Ronaldo's move to Juventus might take some beating, but there are still a number of deals to be done in Italy.
Gonzalo Higuain, Leonardo Bonucci and Miralem Pjanic are just some of the big names who have been linked with moves this summer.
Goal's Mark Doyle has run the rule over the rumours to pick the 10 likeliest Serie A stars to move before the end of the window.
Darmian wants Man Utd exit
Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian wants to leave the club this summer, according to manager Jose Mourinho.
The Italy international has fallen down the pecking order at Old Trafford and has been linked with Juventus, Napoli and Inter.
Mourinho, though, is unwilling to let the player leave unless he gets a substantial fee.
Chelsea complete Green signing
Chelsea have completed the signing of former England goalkeeper Rob Green.
The ex-West Ham and Leeds United stopper spent last season with Huddersfield Town but did not make a single appearance for the Terriers.
He now becomes Maurizio Sarri's second signing at Stamford Bridge following the arrival of Jorginho from Napoli.
Cavani emerges as Real Madrid target
Blancos looking for Ronaldo replacement
Paris Saint-Germain forward Edinson Cavani has emerged as a target for Real Madrid, according to AS.
The Champions League holders are looking to find a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo following his departure for Juventus.
And Cavani is seen as a cheaper alternative to PSG team-mates Neymar and Kylian Mbappe as Madrid look to make a splash in the transfer market.
Newcastle close in on Muto
Newcastle are closing in on a move for Mainz forward Yoshinori Muto, according to Kyodo News.
The Japan international has held talks with the Magpies and is set to fly to England to finalise his move to the Premier League.
Morata agrees to Milan move
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has told AC Milan that he would be keen to join them this summer, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
The Spain international has spoken to the Rossoneri's new general manager, Leonardo, about a move to San Siro, though Chelsea are likely to want in excess of €65 million (£57.8m/$76m).
That is likely to provide a stumbling block for Milan, who are also eyeing Gonzalo Higuain and Radamel Falcao as alternatives.
Chelsea eye Milinkovic-Savic move
Blues keen on Man Utd target
Chelsea are keeping an eye on Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and are prepared to bid on the midfielder should any offers be made for the player, reports the Independent.
Milinkovic-Savic drew the attention of the likes of Manchester United and Real Madrid this summer after a fine season and World Cup, but his high price tag put off suitors, including Chelsea.
However, should an offer come in, the Blues will enter the fray as it is believed by those close to the midfielder than he prefers a move to Stamford Bridge.
Allegri confirms Favilli loan
Massimiliano Allegri has confirmed that Andrea Favilli will be sent out on loan to Genoa this season.
The Italian striker took advantage of the absences of every member of Juventus strike force - including newly-acquired superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, World Cup star Mario Mandzukic and Argentina duo Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain - by scoring a pair of first-half goals to help Juve earn a 2-0 victory over Bayern at Lincoln Financial Field on Wednesday, with his manager confirming after the match the the young forward would be loaned out.
Gnagnon joins Sevilla from Rennes
Sevilla have completed the signing of France Under-21 international defender Joris Gnagnon from Rennes.
Gnagnon has signed a five-year contract with the La Liga side for a fee reportedly worth €15 million.
Immobile happy at Lazio
Ciro Immobile has no intention of leaving Lazio despite growing interest in Serie A's Capocannoniere from the Premier League.
"I signed a new contract in November, it's a source of pride for me to re-do the contract after 10 months," he said.
Rugani's agent confirms Chelsea interest
Daniele Rugani's agent Davide Torchia confirmed Chelsea are interested in signing the Juventus centre-back .
Rugani has been heavily linked with Chelsea after former Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri replaced Antonio Conte at the Premier League giants.
Ayew agrees Fenerbahce loan
Andre Ayew has joined Fenerbahce on a season-long loan from Swansea City, with the Super Lig side holding the option to make the deal permanent.
Ayew re-joined Swansea in January after two seasons at West Ham but was unable to stop their relegation to the Championship – the 28-year-old failing to score on his Liberty Stadium return.
Martial nears Man Utd exit after tour departure
The forward could be on his way out after not finishing his pre-season duties.
Anthony Martial is unlikely to return the United States to rejoin his Manchester United team-mates after leaving to attend the birth of his child, reports the Telegraph.
Martial left Los Angeles for Paris to attend the birth, but the move may or may not have been sanctioned by manager Jose Mourinho, who was not happy over the late notice.
Leaving the club, even if his reason appears justified, may have been taken as a signal of intent that he intends to force his way out of the club.
Fulham, Newcastle remain apart for Mitrovic
Talks continue between Premier League sides Fulham and Newcastle over forward Aleksandar Mitrovic, with the sides £2 million apart, reports Sky Sports.
Premier League newcomers Fulham want to bring Mitrovic back to the club and are hoping to land the Serbia international for £16m ($21m), but Newcastle are demanding £18m.
Mourinho wants £60m Maguire
The Red Devils manager demands at least one high-profile addition this summer
Jose Mourinho has demanded Manchester United sign either Harry Maguire or Toby Alderweireld, even if it requires a record-fee to do so, according to the Sun.
United Chairman Ed Woodward is working on deals for the pair, but Leicester will demand £60 million ($79m) for Maguire, which would be a record for an English defender, as he still has four years remaining on his contract.
Alderweireld, meanwhile, has been embroiled in a pay dispute with Tottenham and would only cost the Red Devils £50m.
Rojo's Man Utd future in doubt
Defender Marcos Rojo's future with Manchester United is in doubt as the team looks to bring in futher reinforcements in defence, reports the Manchester Evening News.
The Red Devils already have six central defenders, with the club reportedly looking at adding Leicester City's Harry Maguire and Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld, with Rojo's camp belived to be concerned over his place should there be an addition.
The defender is entering the last year of his contract at Old Trafford but is uncertain whether he will link up with the team in the United States as he recovers from something manager Jose Mourinho has called a "physical problem."