Rodriguez wants Madrid future
The Colombian has been limited for chances this year in the Bundesliga and will hope to reboot his career in the Spanish capital.
However, his parent club are thought instead to be looking to offload him to another European side for a hefty fee.
Roma's Totti admits Conte talks
Roma sporting director Francesco Totti has acknowledged that the club has held talks with Antonio Conte about the head coach position at the club.
Claudio Ranieri is currently in charge of the Serie A side.
Rangers prepare to snap up Stewart
The forward, who is contracted to Birmingham, has enjoyed a fine season with the Scottish club but looks set to make the leap to their rivals under Steven Gerrard.
Pogba, Sanchez to be shown Man Utd exit
Mata also along potential names set to leave
Paul Pogba, Alexis Sanchez and Juan Mata are just some of the Red Devils who could be offloaded at the end of the season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to shape his squad ahead of his first full-season at the helm at Old Trafford.
Who is Gabriel Martinelli?
With Arsenal starting to plan ahead for the next season, Unai Emery has already brought on board his first recruit in the shape of teenager Gabriel Martinelli.
The 17-year-old will arrive in a deal for £6 million ($7.7m) from Ituano FC.
One of the rising stars of Brazilian football, his arrival for the Gunners will hand them a youthful boost.
Celtic mull over Wamangituka move
Totti reveals Roma talks with Conte
He previously led the Bianconeri to three consecutive league titles and managed the Italian national team between 2014 and 2016 before his arrival at Stamford Bridge.
Napoli want Lazzari
Varane not interested in Madrid exit
The Frenchman has been mentioned in reports as one player who could leave in the summer.
But neither he nor any other Madrid player wants to walk out on new coach Zinedine Zidane, although Gareth Bale remains the top candidate for a move in the next transfer window.
Alexis to make Man Utd decision after Copa America
Montella insists Chiesa could remain at Fiorentina
Fiorentina head coach Vincenzo Montella has claimed it is not a guarantee that striker Federico Chiesa will leave the club this summer.
“Fiorentina have not always sold their best players, I don't take for granted that he will leave.”
Emery hints Ramsey replacement could come from youth side
Arsenal boss Unai Emery has hinted that Arsenal may look for Aaron Ramsey’s replacement in their own ranks, rather than signing someone from another club.
Asked about the possibly of signing a midfielder this summer to fill the void created by Ramsey, Emery said: “Yes, but there are also players coming through from the academy who are producing good performances and who could progress.
"We could replace him with a player from outside, or with a player who is already here who can grow like he did himself.”
Sancho will remain at Dortmund next season
Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc has ruled out the possibility of the German club selling Jadon Sancho this summer.
“No, we did not receive anything [an offer],” said Zorc.
“We do not expect anything and we do not want anything, because he is on our plans. He will play for Borussia Dortmund next season. Nobody needs to get in touch.”
Martinez keen to play with Dybala at Inter
Lautaro Martinez says he would like to play alongside Paulo Dybala at Inter amid speculation the Juve forward could move to San Siro.
Dybala reportedly is being lined up as a replacement for Mauro Icardi, should the Inter forward be sold this summer.
“Paulo is a great player, with whom one would always like to play, because it helps you improve or score more," Martinez said. "I can't say anything about his future.”
Juve contact Raiola over Pogba transfer
Juventus have spoken to Paul Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, over the possibility of re-signing the Manchester United star.
The Irish Times claim Juve contacted Raiola about the possibility of signing Flamengo full-back Wesley and discussed Moise Kean’s contract. However, while speaking to Raiola, the Italian champions outlined their plans to sign Pogba at the end of the season.
The World Cup winner could cost Juventus €130million (£112m) if he were to move back to Turin, and his signing might see Miralem Pjanic and Douglas Costa leave the club.
West Ham keen on Norwich youngster
The 19-year-old is yet to make his senior debut for the Canaries but has already caught the attention of a number of Premier League sides.
Eriksen could cost Man United £60m
The Danish international has been linked with a move to the Red Devils, and talkSPORT are reporting that United are willing to double his current wages should he join the club.
However, they also claim Spurs chairman Daniel Levy would prefer to sell Eriksen to a foreign club rather than strengthen a Premier League rival.
Berbatov: United should sign De Ligt
“For a player so young, De Ligt's performances are incredible. He's mature, comfortable on the ball, and he is not bothered who he plays against - Ronaldo or whoever. He doesn't care, he just plays his own game,” the Bulgarian told the Sun.
“He moves with grace and doesn't panic on the ball. He has everything you want from a defender.
“That guy will be an unbelievable player. He's a great talent and I hope United go for him in the summer and get him.”
Lenglet turned down chance to sign for Juve
“I thought it was all too big for me, I was only 18 and I had just played 10 games with Nancy before.
“Economically, the offer was good but it was a risk for my career, I wasn't ready, I wouldn't be able to compete and I decided to say no,” he added.
Zidane hints at moves for Neymar and Hazard
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has refused to play down speculation linking him with moves for Neymar and Kylian Mbappe this summer.
Asked whether it was a possibility that the pair move to the Bernabeu this summer, Zidane said: “Yes. A lot of players want to come here and play for Real Madrid, but let's see what happens in the future.
“Will I have plenty of power to decide on transfers and signings? No. I'm not even the boss in my own home! There are people here who are very important to the club that help make decisions and we want to make those together.
“The idea is to empower the attacking line for next season. Let's see what we can do,” he added.
Klopp talks down Salah rift
Reports in Spanish news outlet AS, repeated by French outlet Telefoot last week, suggested the pair had fallen out and Salah was ready to jump ship to Real Madrid.
“I always tell you don’t believe 3% of what you hear on social media,” said the Liverpool boss.
“I had no argument with Mo especially after the Chelsea game and Roberto Firmino is not out for the season."
Ancelotti 'won't block' the exit door
There have been reports that Lorenzo Insigne is eager to move on from the Stadio San Paolo, with Liverpool believed to be admirers, and Ancelotti is not prepared to stand in his way.
“We don’t need to sell our best players, we can sign new players following our ideas," said the manager. "However, I am not going to block who wants to leave. I’ve never done it in my career."
Juve keen on Alderweireld
United failed in last-ditch van Dijk bid
Dybala cold on Inter swap
Paulo Dybala is not keen on being a makeweight in any deal to bring Maura Icardi to Juventus.
Inter had been eager to welcome the Argentina striker in exchange for their wantaway ex-skipper, but the player is reluctant to move, preferring instead to stick at Juve or consider a transfer abroad.
Vediamo - Conte responds to Roma speculation
Celtic keen on Paris striker
Cech to be offered Chelsea role
The 36 year-old left the Blues to join Arsenal in 2015 after winning three Premier League titles at Stamford Bridge, and will be given the chance to return to the club hen he leaves the Gunners next month.
Gerrard eyeing Liverpool swoop
Kent has impressed at Rangers during a loan spell at this season but the former Reds skipper wants to make full use of his Anfield network to strengthen his team's title assault.
Bailly hopeful of United stay
Zaha could go in the summer - Hodgson
Suarez: I think I've been worthy of Barcelona
Chelsea could sign Kovacic despite transfer ban
Chelsea could still find a way to sign Matteo Kovacic this summer despite the upcoming transfer ban.
However, that loan would come with a mandatory option to buy at the end of the 2019-20 season.
'The feel-good factor is gone for Solskjaer'
Peter Crouch says the "feel-good factor" is gone for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer while criticizing several of Manchester United's top players.
The veteran forward says he believes the dressing room atmosphere isn't where it needs to be, citing recent reports that Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku could move on this summer.
DC United announces new technical director
DC United announced that Stewart Mairs has been promoted to the role of technical director.
Mairs has served as the club's Director of Soccer Strategy and Analysis since 2016.
“Stewart has been a valuable resource for the club with his expertise in data, and his tactical understanding of the game,” said
"He has elevated our scouting network and provided the coaching staff with information and analytics to help prepare for games. We are looking forward to his elevated role in the area of player procurement and roster construction to both Loudoun United and D.C. United."
Arsenal may offer Welbeck new contract
The 28-year-old is out of contract in the summer, and his Arsenal career appeared over after a serious ankle injury earlier in the season.
But with Welbeck's rehab going well, the Gunners could offer him a new deal with the striker attracting interest from West Ham, Newcastle and Everton.
Herrera agrees four-year deal with PSG
The Spaniard will join the French champions on a free transfer
With his contract set to expire, the 29-year-old will join the Ligue 1 champions on a free transfer when the season ends.
Athletic Bilbao reportedly attempted to sign their former player at the last minute, but PSG's salary offer was too much for the Liga side to overcome.
Pogba refuses to sort visa for China tour
Pogba's refusal is the latest sign that he wants to leave United at season's end, as rumours continued to swirl about a move to Real Madrid.
The Sun claims that Pogba's situation is causing turmoil in the dressing room, and that the midfielder does not believe Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the right coach for the club moving forward.
PSG ready to offload Meunier and Kurzawa
The full-back pair have made little progress in negotiations over new contracts, and the Ligue 1 side are prepared to cash in rather than allow them to leave on a free.
L'Equipe estimates that the two players could earn PSG a total of €60 million (£52m/$67m).
Dortmund lead chase for Marseille midfielder Lopez
Lopez has impressed with the Ligue 1 side this season, making 27 league appearances and notching one goal and three assists.
Sevilla are also interested in the 21-year-old, who could cost as much as €25 million (£22m/$28m).
West Ham eye move for Ceballos
The 22-year-old is viewed as surplus to requirements at the Santiago Bernabeu, having started 12 La Liga games this season and appeared as a sub in 10 more.
Ceballos could be available for around £18 million (€21m/$23m).