Ronaldo picks Juventus over China
Cristiano Ronaldo is all set to join Juventus after snubbing a huge €200m (£177m/$235m) offer from China, according to Tuttosport .
The Portuguese is ready to leave Real Madrid and the Spanish club are apparently willing to do a deal for €100m (£88m/$118m), with Ronaldo keen to join Juve and begin a new adventure.
Paulinho returns to China from Barca
Paulinho has returned to the Chinese Super League, agreeing a move from Barcelona to Guangzhou Evergrande after less than a year in La Liga.
In total the Brazilian made 49 appearances for Barca, scoring nine goals and adding a further three assists in all competitions.
Balotelli set for Marseille switch
Mario Balotelli is in Marseille in order to finalise a free transfer, according to RMC Sport.
The Italy international has managed to get his turbulent career back on track in the last two years thanks to a successful spell at Nice.
And he is now set to stay in France after leaving at the end of his contract, making a visit to the Marseille training complex on Sunday as contract talks continue.
Madrid in for Milinkovic-Savic
Real Madrid are keen on signing Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, according to Corriere dello Sport.
The Serbia international was wanted by Juventus but their pursuit of Cristiano Ronaldo means that the path is clear for Madrid to sign the 23-year-old for €155m (£137m/$182m).
Liverpool youngster wanted by Championship duo
Liverpool have received loan offers from Norwich and Sheffield United for teenage star Ben Woodburn.
But the Reds are ready to delay a decision over the Wales international’s future until later this month, as they plot the best development path.
Neymar asks PSG to sign Suarez
Neymar has asked PSG to sign his former Barcelona team-mate Luis Suarez this summer, according to Sport .
The Uruguay striker played alongside Neymar before the Brazilian's departure to the Ligue 1 champions and apparently wants him to join him in Paris.
And 26-year-old Neymar reportedly wants Suarez to replace Edinson Cavani at the club, while he is all set to stay put himself despite strong links with Real Madrid.
Modric exects Ronaldo to stay
Luka Modric believes Cristiano Ronaldo will stay at Real Madrid despite strong transfer links with Juventus.
As revealed by Goal , the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has stunned Madrid by agreeing to a move to Juve but Modric isn't convinced he will leave the Champions League winners.
Man Utd to battle Barca over Willian
Manchester United are prepared to battle Barcelona to land £60 million ($79.7m) Chelsea winger Willian, according to the Sun .
Jose Mourinho, who coached Willian at Chelsea, thinks the Brazil winger could provide the spark in attack lacking since the manager lost trust in Anthony Martial.
With Brazil now out of the World Cup, it is believed Willian is now willing to discuss his club future.
Tierney set for Celtic stay
Kieran Tierney could be set remain at Celtic for another season, with Everton put off by the full-back's £25 million valuation, reports the Scottish Sun .
Tierney was said to be close to joining the Premier League club, but the paper claims that Toffees no longer believe the 21-year-old to be worth the hefty fee.
Ronaldo 'impossible' to replace
Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has warned the club it will be "impossible" to replace Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 33-year-old attacker has been linked with a move to Juventus this summer, amid reports that he does not feel appreciated enough in the Spanish capital.
Everton target Sweden star Forsberg
Everton are looking at signing RB Leipzig’s Emil Forsberg, reports the Daily Star .
The Sweden international recently signed a new deal with RB Leipzig, so the Toffees will have to part with £25 million ($33.2m) in order to land him.
Forsberg has previously been linked to Everton’s Merseyside rivals Liverpool, as well as Arsenal.
Everton and Tottenham battle for Mina
Everton and Tottenham are among the clubs that will look to land Barcelona centre-back Yerry Mina on loan, reports the Sun .
Barcelona are nearing the capture of Sevilla centre-back Clement Lenglet, which would leave Mina fourth choice.
The Colombia international is to be offered to Premier League clubs as Barcelona do not want him to sit on the bench.
Wilshere to sign with West Ham on Monday
Jack Wilshere looks to set to join West Ham United on free transfer on Monday, reports the Mirror .
Wilshere had been out of contract after his deal with Arsenal expired last month and will receive wages of £100,000 per week.
Liverpool still in hunt for Grealish
Liverpool are in the hunt for Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish, though Tottenham remain the favorites to land his signature, reports the Mirror .
Villa wanted £40 million ($53m) for Grealish, but were forced to reduce that in half due to the club’s budgetary problems.
Tottenham have only bid £15m ($20m) and while Villa have hoped Liverpool would help spark a bidding war, so far no offer from the Reds has come in.
Benitez waiting to sign Newcastle contract
Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez is waiting to sign a new five-year contract with the club until they prove they will spend in the transfer market, reports the Mirror .
Benitez, who will enter the season with 12 months left on his deal, is disappointed that only two players have been signed by the club this window.
He is also frustrated by the potential departures of Mikel Merino to Real Sociedad and Matt Ritchie to Stoke City.
West Ham make Yarmolenko bid
West Ham have made an initial bid of £17.5 million ($23.2m) on Borussia Dortmund midfielder Andriy Yarmolenko, according to Sky Sports .
The deal for Ukraine international, who joined Dortmund last season for £23m ($30.5m), would be pending a medical and work permit.
Man Utd monitor Molde teenager
Manchester United are continuing to scout 17-year-old striker Erling Haaland, reports the Daily Mail .
The Molde forward is set to be looked at by over a dozen clubs on Sunday when his side face off against Valerenga.
The Leeds born Haaland is the son for former Manchester City and Leeds United midfielder Alf-Inge Haaland.
Fekir set to stay at Lyon
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has expressed his belief that Nabil Fekir will line up for the Ligue 1 side next season after seeing a move to Liverpool fall through.
"I think that Nabil will be at OL next season," he explained to RMC Sport on Saturday.
"I have almost a father-son relationship with my players, I gave him the chance to go to Liverpool because it was his dream club.
Timbers closing in on Conechny
The Portland Timbers are on the verge of landing 20-year-old Argentine Tomas Conechny on loan from San Lorenzo, The Athletic reports.
The deal would include an option for Portland to buy the attacking midfielder outright at the end of the MLS season.
Mane coy on Madrid links
Sadio Mane has acknowledged interest in his services from Real Madrid while maintaining he has had no contact with the club about a prospective transfer from Liverpool.
The Senegal international said: "Real are a great team, but I am focused on my team, Liverpool."
Luiz laughs off Porto links
David Luiz has trolled Porto after learning of rumours linking him with a summer transfer from Chelsea to the Portuguese outfit.
The Brazil international continues to see his future at Stamford Bridge called into question after falling out of favour under Antonio Conte.