Higuain wants to end career at Juve
The 31-year-old scored five times in 18 appearances for Chelsea, and netted eight goals in 22 games with Milan.
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Lazio want €50m for Strakosha
The Albanian goalkeeper made 44 appearances in all competitions for the Serie A outfit, keeping 13 clean sheets.
That hefty asking price is likely to deter interest from both London clubs, however, who have more pressing areas to strengthen.
Dortmund want Hummels back
The Bayern Munich centre-half joined from Dortmund in 2016, but could be set for a surprise return, with Niko Kovac open to selling him.
Hummels, 30, played 33 times in all competitions for the eventual Bundesliga winners.
Arsenal close to Edu appointment
The Gunners lost Sven Mislintat mid-season and this summer's transfer dealings have been moving slowly in his absence.
Edu is currently the nation team coordinator with the Brazilian football federation, and will link up with his former club following the Copa America.
Ajax set £30m Ziyech price tag
He scored 21 goals and registered 24 assists in all competitions and was rumoured to have a £25m (€28m/$31m) release clause, but that appears not to be the case.
Leverkusen land PSG's Diaby
Diaby made 34 appearances across all competitions last season for Thomas Tuchel's side, scoring four times and registering seven assists.
Liverpool given Werner boost
Leipzig value the forward at around £50m ($63m) which may discourage both clubs.
Celtic call out Turnbull and his agent
The Scottish champions contend the deal is being held-up by the player and his representatives, despite the 'magnificent offer' they have made regarding personal terms.
Celtic say they are content with their offer and await a decision, 'If not, we move on' they said on Twitter.
#CelticFC was pleased to agree a record-breaking fee with Motherwell FC for David Turnbull and we have quickly followed this up with a fantastic offer to the player through his agent. (1/2)— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) June 14, 2019
Leonardo returns to PSG
Leonardo has returned to PSG as sporting director after a six-year absence.
The club confirmed the long-expected move on Twitter.
He replaces Antero Henrique who left the club by mutual consent earlier on Friday.
Frankfurt confirm Joveljic arrival
Cabaye to return to Europe
Arsenal make new Perisic approach
The Gunners were interested in the winger in January but a deal never materialised.
However, they have renewed their interest and the player is much keener on a move to the Emirates than the likes of Leicester or Wolves, who have registered their interest but been knocked back.
Championship clubs circle over Morrison
The Championship trio would welcome the addition of the midfielder as he leaves West Brom after his contract there was not extended.
Morrison, 33, ends a 12-year association with the Baggies, having joined from Middlesbrough in 2007.
Barca open to Rakitic sale
The midfielder is not in head coach Ernesto Valverde's plans for next season and, with the arrival of Frenkie de Jong, will be moved on to help balance the books.
However, an offer is yet to arrive that is appealing to both club and player.
QPR sign Kelly
Kelly is Mark Warburton's first signing as manager since arriving at Loftus Road.
Guardiola planning sabbatical if City win Champions League
The decorated coach took a 12-month sabbatical after four successful years in charge at Barcelona, citing the need to rest and recover away from the pressures of the job.
His current contract runs until the summer of 2021, but he could cut that short if he is able to lead City to their first-ever Champions League title.
Man City sign 14-year-old Bolton striker
The player had been available for free following the relegated Championship club's financial woes but City's offer of £100k includes a number of performance-related add-ons related to the club’s various youth teams.
'Bale would walk into Man Utd team'
And Rush thinks Bale is more than capable of making his mark at Old Trafford, should Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side make a move for him.
Poole joins MK Dons after Man Utd exit
Fornals to shine in England?
Backroom shake-up at AC Milan
Paolo Maldini has been named AC Milan's new technical director, while Zvonimir Boban has been appointed to the newly-created role of chief football officer.
Milan icon Maldini replaces Leonardo in the post while Boban, who played for the club between 1991 and 2001, has left FIFA - where he was the body's deputy secretary general - to return Italy.
'Ronaldo wants James at Juventus'
James's two-year loan spell at Bayern Munich came to an end at the conclusion of the 2018-19 season and it is expected that he'll move on from Madrid in the summer.
Hazard shows his skills at Madrid unveiling
Arsenal & Spurs waiting on Malcom decision
Inter reach Lazaro agreement
Red Devils still keen on Longstaff
Derby set out Lampard demands
Man Utd confident in Maguire chase
New Leicester deal for Barnes
West Ham wrap up Fornals deal
Valencia has offer from Premier League new boys
The 33-year-old is a free agent after reaching the end of his contract at Old Trafford and may be tempted to prolong his adventure in England with the Premier League new boys.
Brighton looking to tie up Trossard
Everton eye quick deal for Cillessen
The next Galactico?
Real Madrid snap up 'Japanese Messi'
He was in the La Masia academy system between 2011 and 2015, but is now back in Spain with the Blaugrana's Clasico rivals.
Arsenal to open contract talks with strike duo
Gunners planning new deals for key men
Both of the Gunners strikers have sparked transfer talk of late and those in north London are eager to bring the speculation to a close.
Lukaku agrees terms with Inter
Villa join Butland chase
Witsel hints at more Dortmund deals
Borussia Dortmund have already tied up deals for Julian Brandt, Thorgan Hazard and Nico Schulz, but Axel Witsel has hinted that there could be more to come.
The Belgium international midfielder told BILD: “We're stronger now we've got Julian Brandt, Thorgan Hazard and Nico Schulz.
“I played against Brandt in Leverkusen, it was hard work. I'm delighted for Thorgan, too; he's only going to get better, but they're all good transfers. We need them, and perhaps there are more on the way.”
Higuain & Manolas could swap places
The Italian outlet claims the striker's value matches that of the defender's release clause (€36 million) and that the deal could suit both parties.
Edin Dzeko is widely believed to be on his way to Inter ahead of the 2018-19 season, while Manolas is said to be a big fan of soon-to-be-Juve boss Maurizio Sarri's style of football.
Boro announce Woodgate
'Sell Lovren, buy De Ligt'
Lyon sign 'Mendy heir'
First, however, Deyonge will continue his development with OL's youth set-up.
✍️ OL is pleased to welcome Héritier Deyonge, a Belgian U17 international from PSV Eindhoven who will join the Academy, subject to FIFA approval on signing underage players. pic.twitter.com/5PRjGxBteh— OL English (@OL_English) June 13, 2019
PSV want Torino's Vojnovic
The 22-year-old is said to be in demand meaning PSV must act quickly, but Torino's asking price of at least €10 million (£9m/$11m) could prove problematic.
Walker set for new City deal
Kyle Walker is set to sign a two-year contract extension with Manchester City.
Walker joined City for an initial £50 million ($63m) in the summer of 2017 and still has three years left on his current deal.
The Premier League champions' pursuit of Juventus right-back Joao Cancelo has not dissuaded the 29-year-old from committing the final years of his career to the club.
Sarri on verge of Juve move
Italian all set to leave Chelsea
Maurizio Sarri is expected to be announced as Juventus' new head coach after Chelsea reached an agreement with the Italian champions over a compensation fee to release the 60-year-old from his duties at Stamford Bridge.
Bianconeri official Fabio Paratici has spent the last few days in London speaking with Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia – owner Roman Abramovich's right hand and famously shrewd negotiator – concerning a deal for the Europa League-winning manager.
Sources familiar with the talks have confirmed that an agreement has now been reached and only the finer details remain.
Stoke to offer Hart lifeline
Stoke will make a move for Joe Hart if Jack Butland leaves the club this summer, claims The Sun.
Hart, who has suffered a humbling fall from grace since being frozen out at Manchester City, could be offered the chance to rediscover his spark with the Potters.
Milan to make move for Manolas
Spurs ready to break transfer record twice
Pogba to stay at Man Utd?
Rabiot reveals Juve talks & leaves Man Utd door open
He has told Corriere dello Sport: “I’ve spoken with Juventus, it’s a great club where everyone would like to play."
Arsenal set Koscielny price tag
Wan Bissaka favours Man Utd move
Palace value the defender at £70 million ($89 million) following his standout Premier League campaign.
But, while the fullback sees a move to Man Utd as a dream move, Palace feel they do not need to sell this summer.
Cazorla signs new deal with Villarreal
Roma see Fer as De Rossi replacement
Bentancur agrees to new Juventus deal
Real Madrid hope to beat Barcelona to Kubo
The 18-year-old Japanese star was one of the players impacted by Barcelona's sanctions in 2014, and now their rivals are hoping to swoop ina nd sign him.
Kubo, currently at Tokyo FC, is nearing a move that would see him join the Castilla squad.
Liverpool will not revive Fekir interest
The Reds had agreed a £53 million ($67m) deal for Fekir last summer, but pulled out due to concerns over the France international's knee.
Concerns about the knee still exist, so the club will not be reviving interest in the playmaker, despite reports a five-year deal had been offered.
Barca make De Ligt back up plan
The club wants more proven options behind Jordi Alba and Luis Suarez after this season's experiments with academy players and Kevin Prince-Boateng did not work out.
Klopp would sell Salah to sign Pepe
The Liverpool manager would be willing to let the Egyptian go if it lands him the Lille star
Pepe has been subject of a transfer offer from Liverpool, but has yet to convince Lille, who also have two other offers for the forward.
However, Klopp wants the player and due to an increasingly complicated relationship with Salah, would be willing to see the Egyptian sold if it allows the Reds to land Pepe.
Man City put off by £90m Maguire price tag
City boss Pep Guardiola views Maguire as a replacement for departing Vincent Kompany but the Foxes do not want to lose one of their star players and have him locked up on a multi-year deal.
Manchester United are also interested in Maguire, but do not want to pay a world-record fee for him.
Chelsea and Juventus reach deal over Sarri
The two clubs have reached agreed on a compensation package for the Italian manager
The current Blues boss has reportedly had a deal to take over Juve for a few weeks, but the clubs were negotiating a compensation package to allow Sarri to depart for Turin.
With that deal done, the path is now open for Frank Lampard to take Sarri's place at Chelsea, though no approach from the Blues to Villa has been made yet.