Fiorentina in line for American takeover
Commisso, who was born in Italy but moved to the U.S. when he was 12, currently owns the New York Cosmos of the semi-professional National Premier Soccer League.
The 69-year-old failed in a bid to purchase AC Milan last year, but appears close to taking over the Viola instead.
Napoli consider Quagliarella move
Despite being 36, Quagliarella has sparked transfer interest with an incredible season that saw him finish as top scorer in Serie A with 26 goals.
Napoli have yet to make an outreach over a transfer, but Quagliarella could be in line to return to a club he played for between 2009 and 2010.
Liverpool look to snatch Pedro from Watford
The forward has agreed to join Watford in January but because he is under 18, other teams are able to swoop in and sign him before he joins the Hornets.
Though it would cost €20 million (£18m/$22m) to break the agreement with Watford, Liverpool and other European giants may be willing to pay that price.
Qatar in talks over Leeds takeover
Radrizzani has been speaking with at least six different potential investors, meaning QSI's takeover is by no means assured.
Lampard nears Chelsea return as Juve close in on Sarri
Sarri's exit would clear the way for Chelsea to appoint club legend Lampard, who has impressed in his first season as Derby County manager.
Rivaldo advises Rakitic to snub Man Utd
Former Barcelona star Rivaldo has advised Ivan Rakitic to turn down a move to Manchester United.
Rakitic has been linked with a move to Old Trafford, with Frenkie de Jong's summer arrival potentially cutting into his playing time.
But Rivaldo believes the Croatian still has plenty of football in him at the top level, and wants him to snub United as he once did.
Mexican club rule out Fernando Torres move
United face an uphill battle in bid to sign Longstaff
The ongoing confusion surrounding Rafa Benitez's future on Tyneside is not helping matters, and there is also a suggestion that the lack of a release clause in the 21-year-old's current contract gives the Magpies the upper hand.
Newcastle are adamant that Longstaff, who has been scouted vigorously since making his first-team breakthrough this season, is not for sale.
'He's a Real Madrid player' - Pochettino dodges Bale to Tottenham talk
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has refused to be drawn on speculation suggesting Gareth Bale could make a dramatic return to the North London club.
The Real Madrid winger has found himself out of favour under Zinedine Zidane at the Bernabeu, and continues to be linked with a move back to the Premier League.
However, Pochettino said: "He is a Real Madrid player. He still has three years on his contract at Madrid. It’s a situation that isn’t easy for him and isn’t easy for the club.”
Read the full story here.
Joao Felix will 'let things happen naturally' as speculation grows
The teenager's contract is understood to include a release clause of £105m.
Wilson willing to make Derby switch if Rams can clinch promotion
The 22-year-old Welsh winger has spent the 2018-19 campaign on loan at Pride Park, and is said to be available for an apparent asking price of £25 million ($32m).
Read the full story here.
Inter reach agreement with Edin Dzeko
According to Sky Sport in Italy, they will now try to do the same with his current club Roma, with the former Manchester City forward expected to sign a two-year contract with an option for a third season.
Tottenham told it will be 'near impossible' to keep Eriksen
Former Tottenham winger Darren Anderton has said it will be "near impossible" for the club to keep hold of Christian Eriksen.
As a result, Anderton believes Tottenham should be targeting PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot.
Lennon offered Celtic job on a permanent basis after landing another treble
Interim Celtic boss Neil Lennon has been offered the job on a permanent basis after steering the club to victory in the Scottish Cup final against Hearts.
Celtic chiefs confirmed the offer via the club's official Twitter account, saying "details will be confirmed in the coming days".
Hoops captain Scott Brown also backed Lennon to take the job on full-time in the wake of their 2-1 victory at Hampden Park on Saturday afternoon.
"He's been fantastic since coming in," Brown told the Daily Record after the Glasgow side had landed their third domestic treble in a row. "He came in to win a league and a cup and he's done that."
📝 We are delighted to announce that Neil Lennon has been offered the job as permanent #CelticFC manager and the details will be confirmed in the coming days 🍀⚪️ #TrebleTreble pic.twitter.com/riIbbdkB7I— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) May 25, 2019
Man Utd in talks with Betis over Firpo
United are ready to pay up to €30 million (£26m/$34m) for the Spain U-21 international.
Mourinho still unsure over next job
Jose Mourinho has said he is still unsure over his next job, saying he wants to analyse the situation and make the right decision.
Mourinho has been out of work since being sacked by Manchester United in December, though he's been linked with several jobs since then.
West Ham land teenage Hungarian goalkeeper
West Ham have announced the signing of 16-year-old goalkeeper Krisztian Hegyi from Hungarian club Haladas.
The 16-year-old made his U-18 debut with the Hammers in April and recently helped Hungary qualify for the U-17 World Cup.
“Krisztian is one of the most highly-rated goalkeepers of his age in Europe and it is a real coup to be able to bring him to the club," first-team goalkeeping coach Xavi Valero told the club's official website.
Rojo claims Solskjaer wants him to stay
Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo has said that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told him that he is in his plans at Old Trafford.
The Argentine made just six appearances in 2018-19, leading to speculation that he could be leaving the club.
But Rojo has insisted that his manager has told him that he's still an "important player".
Bayern Munich's summer transfer plans
Bayern Munich won another league title this season, but they will continue to rebuild their squad after a disappointing European exit.
Jerome Boateng and James Rodriguez are just two of the big names who could leave the Allianz Arena, while Leroy Sane is rumoured to be on Bayern's wish list.
What are Bayern's plans for the summer transfer window? Read the full story on Goal right here
Spurs told to get Wan-Bissaka not Zaha
Tottenham have been urged off any moves for Jack Grealish and Wilfried Zaha, with Darren Anderton suggesting that Aaron Win-Bissaka and Nathan Ake would be more suitable targets.
Spurs are expected to dip back into the transfer market this summer following two windows of no activity.
Bakayoko to join Inter not Milan
The French midfielder has spent the 2018-19 campaign at San Siro with the Rossoneri and could return with their arch-rivals if a sale is sanctioned by those at Stamford Bridge.
'Liverpool would be made to sign a centre-half'
Liverpool would be “mad” to sign another centre-half, says Jamie Carragher, with Joel Matip and Joe Gomez proving that somebody such as Matthijs de Ligt is not needed at Anfield.
The former Reds defender told The Anfield Wrap: "At one stage three months ago I was thinking, 'We need to buy a centre-back'. But I think you’d be mad now to sign one."
Villa to beat City and Celtic to Aribo
Kean set to sign new Juventus deal
The 19-year-old is contracted to the Serie A champions until 2020 and, following the positive impact he's made with the first team in the 2018-19 campaign, they want to reward him with an extension and improved terms.
Goal understands Juve will offer Kean a deal until 2024 that will see him earn around €2 million per season, plus additional bonuses.
Messi to leave Barcelona?
Wenger has offer from Japan
Arsene Wenger has an offer to return to management at Japanese outfit Vissel Kobe, Goal understands.
The Frenchman has been out of work since leaving Arsenal in the summer of 2018, but could return in a post which would see him take on a squad that includes Andres Iniesta, David Villa and Lukas Podolski.
Man City set for Sane talks
Blues to discuss new deal with winger
Sane’s current deal expires in 2021 and City have been trying to reach a new agreement for over a year, but a lack of progress has opened the door to Bayern and other suitors.
Milan lining up Jardim
The Portuguese led the team from the principaility to a shock Ligue 1 title win in 2017, as well as to the Champions League semi-final, and is currently in his second spell at the club after replacing the ill-fated Thierry Henry.
The deal, being orchestrated by agent Jorge Mendes and Milan chief executive Ivan Gazidis, could also see Gattuso move in the opposite direction.
Napoli set to resist Real bid for Koulibaly
Sarri identifies Higuain for Juve
The Blues boss is thought to be the leading candidate to replace Max Allegri, who announced in May that he will stand down from the Serie A champions.
Wilder confident of second Henderson loan
Dean Henderson could be set to spend another season on loan at Sheffield United after Blades boss Chris Wilder said he was confident of re-signing the 22-year-old for another year, report the Manchester Evening News.
Henderson kept 21 clean sheets to win the Championship Golden Glove award as the team from the Steel City won promotion, and said afterwards that he wanted to remain at Bramall Lane next season.
Commisso set to buy Fiorentina
The magnate has held discussions in recent weeks with representatives of the Della Valle family, which has owned Fiorentina since 2002.
La Liga pair after Falcao
The 33-year-old Colombian spent two seasons at Atletico between 2011 and 2013, during which time he cemented his reputation as one of the world's best players, before a serious injury curtailed his progress.
Ojo close to Rangers deal
Spurs readying bid for Bournemouth pair
Wilson was a target for Spurs' London rivals Chelsea earlier in the season but the striker was reluctant to sacrifice regular game time to move to Stamford Bridge.
United targeting Longstaff
Everton lead the race to sign Welbeck
The 28-year-old is back in full training after undergoing surgery on his right ankle in November, and the Toffees are in pole position to take him on when his Gunners deal expires.
United looking at Norwich chief
United have long been keen to create a new role to oversee football matters at the club and will look to the man who masterminded Huddersfield and the Canaries' promotion to the top flight.
Marseille close to Villas-Boas deal
Current boss Rudi Garcia, formerly of Roma, said last week that he has decided to leave the Ligue 1 club at the end of the season, leaving the way clear for the ex-Chelsea and Tottenham coach to make a return to management.
'Fekir can leave Lyon'
The midfielder nearly joined Liverpool last summer, but saw a move scuppered at the last minute.
Everton slap £100m price-tag on Richarlison
The former Watford winger, 22, hit 13 Premier League goals in 35 appearances this season and has been linked with a move away from Goodison Park as a result.
However, the Toffees are not keen to let him leave for cheap and are holding out for a massive fee.
'De Rossi departure will be a party!'
Claudio Ranieri says Daniele De Rossi's farewell to Roma will be a party-like atmosphere.
De Rossi is set to leave the club, ending a 19-year association with his hometown team, with his final match set for Sunday's season finale against Parma.
Lampard leaves Chelsea door open
The Blues legend reiterated his commitment to the Rams’ cause – but stopped short of ruling out a Stamford Bridge reunion.
Lampard finished sixth in the Championship with Derby in his first year as a manager and has guided his side to the playoff final, where they will face Aston Villa for a shot at reaching the Premier League.
Rojo admits to turning down Boca Juniors
The 29-year-old defender managed just eight appearances all season as he struggled with injury.
However, he has been given assurances by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that he remains part of his plans for next season and will stay and fight for his place.
Chelsea demand £112m for Hazard
Los Blancos have yet to meet the Blues valuation of their star forward.
The Belgian wants his transfer to the Spanish captial tied up within a week of the Europa League final, but there is still plenty of haggling to be done.
Hazard managed 16 goals and 15 assists in his 37 Premier League appearances this season.
Tuchel expects PSG stay
Thomas Tuchel has stated that he expects to remain in charge of Paris Saint-Germain despite their poor form at the end of the season.
Additionally, PSG have won just three of their last 10 matches in all competitions, including Friday's 3-1 loss at Reims.
Spurs eye £80m swoop for Bournemouth duo
Brooks - who will turn 22 in the summer - has burst onto the scene and shows real promise, while Wilson has recorded the most impressive numbers of his career, managing 14 goals and 10 assists in 30 Premier League games.
Spurs, who did not make a single senior signing across the last two windows, are finally ready to boost their squad this time around.
Alcacer's departure disastrous for Barcelona
Paco Alcacer's departure - and their failure to replace him - has been disastrous for Barcelona.
Meanwhile, no Barcelona players aside from Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez have managed double figures in La Liga.
Napoli to sell Hysaj and buy Trippier
The former Burnley defender has endured a poor season and Spurs are willing to part ways with him, with Napoli the clear favourites for his signature.
Hysaj is of interest to Atletico Madrid, but they must first sell one of Sime Vrsaljko or Santiago Arias to make room for him.