Perez emergence a problem for Dembele
A goalscoring performance by Carles Perez has made Ousmane Dembele's future at Barcelona even more uncertain.
Dembele has been linked with a move away from Catalunya, where he has failed to shine after joining from Dortmund in 2017.
Fenerbahce in for Boateng
The Germany international has fallen down the pecking order in Bavaria after the summer arrivals of Benjamin Pavard and Lucas Hernadez.
The Bundesliga club would pay two-thirds of the player's wages if he moves to the Super Lig club, according to the report.
Spurs to offer Alderweireld new deal
Tottenham are prepared to offer centre-back Toby Alderweireld a bumper new deal in an effort to keep him at the club.
They're prepared to double his weekly wage to do so, and the 30-year-old will earn £120,00 a week if a deal is done.
Moinca Hickmann close to Madrid CFF move
Brail Women's international Monica Hickmann will play for Madrid next season, according to AS.
The central defender, who has played with Atletico in Spain before will join from Corinthians.
Chelsea invite Exeter's Chrisene to train
The midfielder has also trained with the Anfield side, but Lampard is keen for him to follow Ethan Ampadu from Exeter to Chelsea, assuming they can have their transfer ban overturned.
Sampdoria want Villa keeper
The 29-year-old Croatia international, who featured as the team finished second at the 2018 World Cup, joined Villa in January but could be on his way out less than a year after his arrival.
Taylor set for Celtic
Monreal set for Sociedad
PSG look for Dybala solution
Paris Saint-Germain will seek a solution to the rights issue which prevented Tottenham from signing Juventus striker Paulo Dybala as they step up their interest in the Argentine, according to Calciomercato.
The forward came close to joining the North London club before the summer window closed earlier in August.
Aberdeen ready to let May leave
The 26-year-old started his career at the Perth club and has been linked with a return all summer.
Aberdeen were reluctant to let him go and he looked set to stay put, but The Herald reports they have decided they want him off the wage bill, giving the Saints a chance to swoop in.
Colorado Rapids appoint new coach
The Colorado Rapids have confirmed the appointment of Robin Fraser as head coach.
“I’m thrilled to be back with the Colorado Rapids and eager to lead this club forward into what I believe can be a successful period in the club’s history,” the 52-year-old said.
“I consider Colorado to be home, I’ve played here, coached here and I know the soccer community in this state. I’m committed to the club’s vision and I’m excited to work with this strong group of players and especially the nucleus of young, talented players we have at the club.”
Inter reopen Alexis Sanchez talks
The Italians are hopeful of closing a deal within the next 72 hours, although Alexis' mammoth salary has caused problems.
United are keen for Inter to pay a larger portion of the Chileans' wages before agreeing to an initial 12-month loan.
Dybala's Man Utd move didn't collapse because of me, insists agent
The Juventus star looked to be close to an exit this month as the Old Lady attempted to prise Romelu Lukaku away from United, reportedly offering Dybala as part of the deal.
While a breakthrough initially appeared possible, media reports began to shed light on various apparent issues in the negotiations.
Juventus take Perin off the market
AC Milan to open Correa talks with Atletico Madrid
The Serie A side have been tracking the Argentine for some time and have decided to make a move for him.
And Marca reports Milan will send Boban to negotiate with the Rojiblancos. While Madrid want €50 million (£46m/$56m) for him, Milan are willing to go as high as €42m (£38m/$47m) but with a promise of 30 per cent of the fee if they decide to sell him.
Barca teen agrees to join Schalke
Rangers join English clubs in Konate pursuit
Konate joined Amiens from Sion two years ago and has scored 21 times in 65 appearances for the French side.
Bayern target Werner signs four-year contract
The 23-year-old had been closely linked to a move to Bayern Munich, but Leipzig were determined to hold on to him and have convinced him to sign a long-term deal.
Mata not thinking about Espanyol move
Mata scored in the 1-1 draw with Athletic club on Saturday, after hitting 14 league goals last season.
Fiorentina fancy Fred
However, with United having spent big to sign him from Shakhtar Donetsk last summer, it remains to be seen how much of a loss they are prepared to accept if a transfer does go ahead.
Adil Rami in talks to join Fenerbahce
Fenerbahce have confirmed they are in talks to sign Adil Rami on a free transfer.
The French defender left Marseille this summer and arrived in Istanbul on Sunday to open negotiations over a deal.
"French defender Adil Rami will arrive in Turkey today to start talks with our club," a statement read. "We will start transfer negotiations after the player complete his medical."
Fransız savunma oyuncusu Adil Rami bugün kulübümüzle görüşmelere başlamak üzere Türkiye’ye gelecektir.— Fenerbahçe SK (@Fenerbahce) August 25, 2019
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AC Milan not selling Donnarumma to PSG - Boban
PSG have long been linked with Italy international Donnarumma as they aim to find a rival for Alphonse Areola, having already waved goodbye to Gianluigi Buffon and Kevin Trapp this summer.
But Milan will not be letting Donnarumma leave any time soon and Boban insists the same goes for Suso and Franck Kessie.
Schick eyeing Bundesliga move
The Serie A side are reported to be losing patience with the Czech international, after two years showing plenty of promise but without delivering consistently.
The 23-year-old notched five goals 32 appearances in all competitions for Roma last season.
Dybala agent 'not planning Paris trip'
"There are no imminent trips to Paris planned,” Jorge Antun told Tuttosport. “He needs to just enjoy the moment, as we don’t know what could happen in the future.”
Juventus don't want Icardi
Paratici is happy with state of squad
The Serie A champions are apparently happy with the state of their squad, with Icardi's international team-mate Paulo Dybala set to return to the first-team fold.
Falcao rejects Monaco contract for Galatasaray
The 33-year-old has one year remaining on his current deal but it remains to be seen whether he decides to see it through or force his way out.
Turkish giants Galatasaray are reported to be monitoring his situation with a view to a move.
'Arsenal have to be realistic with Mustafi'
Suitors put off by €27m asking price
Arsenal have put off potential suitors for Shkodran Mustafi with an unrealistic price tag, according to his father and agent.
Kujtim Mustafi told Sky Germany: "The best for both sides is probably to work on a transfer. But for that it also needs market-driven transfer-fees.”
Man City tracking Nigerian starlet
Torino want Verdi or Berardi
If a deal cannot be found, Torino could turn to Sassuolo's 25-year-old wide man Domenico Berardi.
Celtic not freezing out Sinclair
Celtic manager Neil Lennon says he is not freezing out Scott Sinclair, with the winger simply having a lot of competition for a place.
The 30-year-old, once a key player at Parkhead, has barely featured this season and is thought to be frustrated having failed to make the matchday squad in recent games.
Lennon told the Sunday Mail: “If he feels like that, it’s understandable. We don’t want to treat him badly because he’s a senior pro. It’s just that he’s finding it difficult right now to get into the squad. I can’t pick six wingers."
Fenerbahce trailing Marseille's Gustavo
The veteran Brazilian could move for a fee of around €5.5 million (£5m/$6.2m), with the 32-year-old still under contract for two more years at the Ligue 1 side.
Gustavo is a key player for Andre Villas-Boas' side, but is also one of their highest earners, so they could be tempted into a sale.
Fiorentina want Liverpool youngster Duncan
Barca-Bentancur links wide of the mark
The 22-year-old had been suggested as a solution to Barca's creativity problems but the club are thought to be satisfied with their options in midfield.
Barca face Real Betis on Sunday evening, hoping to get their first points of the season on the board.
Brescia want Abate to follow Balotelli
The 32-year-old, currently without a club following the end of his contract at San Siro, is looking for a two-year contract.
He spent 10 years with Milan after joining in 2009, and has also played 22 times for Italy.
Gracia on the edge at Watford
The Spaniard has seen his side lose their first three games, extending their losing streak in all competitions to seven games - including the 6-0 humbling in last year's FA Cup final.
Gracia only signed a new four-and-a-half-year deal last November, and fans have been critical of the club's activity in the summer transfer market.
Luis turned down City and Dortmund for Flamengo
The 34-year-old instead returned to his native Brazil to sign for Flamengo.
"At the last moment I had three or four proposals in hand, and then you choose," he told Globo Esporte. "But from January to July, I see the clubs that want me and it's a long list.
"There is this club, but they can't afford you, this other does not want to be champion, so bye. So, a lot of things are happening and at the last minute I closed some important doors, like Borussia, which was a very good offer, but I didn't feel it in my heart."
Djulbic to re-sign at Perth
Veteran centre-half Dino Djulbic is set to re-join Perth Glory after initially leaving the club following the completion of his contract at the end of last season, according to The Covert Agent.
The 36-year-old defender made 22 appearances last campaign as the Glory won the premiership but fell short in the grand final.
He will be expected to fill the breach in the centre of defence opened by the departures of Shane Lowry and Matthew Spiranovic.
Taylor to sign for Celtic
Ramos: Madrid target Neymar a top-three player
Sergio Ramos has rated Real Madrid target Neymar as one of the three best players in the world.
"Neymar is a top player, among the top three in the world," Ramos told reporters.
Croatian Dominik Livakovic being lined up as De Gea replacement
Bologna reach agreement for Gary Medel
Lewy: New Bayern deal '95 per cent' done
Gerrard fears raid on Rangers
Steven Gerrard is afraid of a raid on Rangers, and believes it is possible he will lose at least one of his players before the close of the transfer window.
With reported interest in Alfredo Morelos and James Tavernier, Gerrard admitted: "I predict that a bid will land for one of my players.
"I think you'll see some movement out. There's some offers swirling about for certain individuals, so there will be news broke over the seven or so days that are left.
"That could happen. There's nothing really solid yet that we have to make a decision on, but it's getting warmer as they days go by, so I predict there could be some outgoings."
Man Utd targeting Leicester's Maddison
After landing defender Harry Maguire for a record £80 million ($98m) fee, they are ready to return for Maddison, who is thought to fit manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's style.
But to land Maddison, United will need to produce a bid similar to Maguire's with the Foxes reluctant to sell their star midfielder.
Monaco land €18m Maripan
The fee is said to be €18 million (£16m/$20m).
The club welcomed the signing of the 23-cap international, who moved to Spain from his native Chile in 2016.
PSG line up £100m Zaha as Neymar replacement
The Ligue 1 champions are sending a delegation to London to work on a deal
As a result, the Ligue 1 club are sending a delegation to London in order to see if a deal is possible.
Sanchez loan to be decided Monday
Manchester United and Inter are in talks over how much of Sanchez's wages will be picked up by the Premier League club.
Sanchez has agreed a move to Inter and both clubs are believed to want to get a deal done before the transfer window closes.