Mbappe hints at PSG exit
Kylian Mbappe has dropped a bombshell hint that he could leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
The 20-year-old striker was awarded the Ligue 1 Player of the Year award this evening and used his acceptance speech to state he wants more responsibility, whether that is at PSG or somewhere else.
Rami vows Marseille stay and dismisses MLS talk
Adil Rami has dismissed rumours linking him with a move to the United States, vowing to stay at Marseille.
"I plan on staying at Marseille and bringing the house down. No MLS or whatever," he said.
Claude Puel wanted by Saint-Etienne
The 57-year-old has been out of work since Leicester sacked him in February and is said to want to join a foreign club but Saint-Etienne hope to bring him back to France.
Allegri will join Bayern or PSG, Napoli chief predicts
De Laurentiis has a feeling he will join another European giant, but feels he would be better off in Bavaria than Paris.
"I think Allegri will go to Bayern Munich or PSG," he said. "Bayern Munich is the most fitting place for someone like him."
AC Milan to fight off PSG with Donnarumma renewal
PSG are said to be eyeing him as a replacement for Gianluigi Buffon, having already inherited his spot in the national team, but Milan hope a wage rise will convince him to stay put for the time being.
The 20-year-old still has two years left on his current deal at San Siro, but the Serie A side are determined to tie him to a longer deal after his stellar season in goal and have already began talks with his agent Mino Raiola.
Gundogan ready for Man City contract talks
Ilkay Gundogan wants to open negotiations over a new contract with Manchester City.
The midfielder has a year left on his current deal with the Premier League champions but has already seen talks over an extension break down because of his uncertainty over how much playing time he will be given next season.
But now he wants to return to the table to discuss his future with the club hierarchy.
Rangers look to keep Kent for a second season
The winger has enjoyed an eye-catching campaign at Ibrox since making the move from Anfield last summer, winning the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year.
“We’re doing everything we can,” Gerrard said to BT Sport.
Watford keeper Gomes still undecided about retirement
Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes says he still hasn't made up his mind up about his reported retirement, and will speak to club officials about his situation soon.
The Brazilian stopper, who recently said that he was "99 per cent sure" he would retire this summer, admitted to the Watford Observer that he still hasn't made a final decision.
Report: Chelsea set to extend Giroud’s contract 'this week'
Meunier uncertainty as Manchester United wait in the wings
The right-back was linked with a move to Old Trafford back in April, as reported by The Sun, but in an interview with Canal+ the 27-year-old Belgian said: "Nothing is clear, with regards to me or the club.
"People are enquiring, left and right, but I still have another year on my contract. The club knows my position, I have always said that I want to stay."
Dembele reacts to Manchester United speculation
Speaking to the Daily Record after watching his old club Celtic on Sunday, the 22-year-old striker, who has netted 18 times this season, said: "I signed for five years with Lyon and I'm happy there, but we'll see what happens. I'm happy to stay with Lyon next season but we'll see."
Roma could turn to Bielsa in search for new boss
City look to pip Liverpool in transfer race for Esposito
According to The Express, the English champions are reportedly interested in signing Inter Milan youngster Sebastiano Esposito ahead the Reds, and have scouted him extensively at the European Under-17 Championships in Dublin.
Jurgen Klopp’s academy scouts have been highly impressed with what they've seen so far, and the teenager has also caught the attention of Paris Saint-Germain.
Gerrard hints at Rangers move for Stewart
In an interview on BT Sport 2, Gerrard said: "Greg Stewart is a player that we admire very much."
Stewart is available on a free transfer this summer after being released by Birmingham.
Arsenal make £25m Saliba top target
The 18-year-old has made just 17 appearances in all competitions this season, but he has convinced the Gunners in his breakthrough season that he is the right option to freshen their back line.
The 6'4" defender fits the profile Arsenal are looking for and he could cost around £25 million ($31.8m).
RB Leipzig expect Werner departure despite no offers
Timo Werner should leave RB Leipzig if he does not want to extend his contract this summer, Ralf Rangnick says.
Although his current club have not had any offers for him, Rangnick expects the striker to leave in the coming months, assuming he does not sign a new deal.
Man Utd & PSG target Pepe will leave Lille, coach confirms
The 23-year-old is in-demand after an excellent season with the Ligue 1 outfit, who are resigned to losing him just two years after he joined from Angers.
With Untied and PSG among others eyeing him, it appears he is destined to move on going by his coach's comments.
Tottenham leading the race for Ndombélé
PSG and Juventus are also believed to be keeping tabs on the midfielder, but the player looks set to turn down the champions of both France and Italy in favour of joining Mauricio Pochettino's Champions League finalists in north London.
Setien leaves Real Betis
Setien was briefly linked with the Barcelona manager's job in January.
McAllister backs Morelos to stay at Rangers
The Colombian striker has received a clutch of red cards this season, but former Liverpool ace McAllister says the player should stay and seek redemption in the style of ex-Red Luis Suarez.
Leicester watching 25-year-old Milan star
The 25-year-old has emerged as a target for Brendan Rodgers' Foxes as they look to build on their ninth place Premier League finish.
Saints in for Charlton's Aribo
Aribo has starred this term as the Addicks have reached the League One play-off final.
Kilmarnock will make Scotland pay for Clarke
Kilmarnock director Billie Bowie will look to claim £200,000 in compensation from the Scottish FA should they choose to pursue Steve Clarke as the new Scotland manager, as reported in the Daily Record.
The 55-year-old former Chelsea assistant manager is eager to accept the national team job, but the Killie chief will make sure his side gets their cut if Clarke jumps ship.
Sancho set for Dortmund stay
“Next season our target is to win, not come second,” Sancho spoke following a final day that saw Bayern Munich crowned as champions.
Boyata swaps Celtic for Hertha Berlin
Brandt 50-50 to stay with Bayer
Navas set for Porto switch
The Los Blancos keeper has been out of favour this year as second choice and is set to leave the La Liga club.
A social media post by his wife has sparked speculation that he may make the short trip west to Portugal, who are thought to be looking for an additional keeper following Iker Casillas' heart attack.
Giroud to remain with Chelsea
Kompany becomes Anderlecht player-manager
Gunners train sights on Claude-Maurice
Arsenal are hoping to beat out newly promoted Norwich to the signature of French youngster Alexis Claude-Maurice, says the Mirror.
The Gunners are thought to be keen on the 20-year-old striker, who has caught the eye of multiple sides.
Currently with Lorient, Claude-Maurice is a youth international for Les Bleus.
Milan eye up Mustafi
The Serie A side are thought to be considering whether to make an offer for the German, who has arguably failed to ignite under Unai Emery.
Zapata meanwhile looks set to exit San Siro after he was not offered fresh terms.
Roussillon extends Wolfsburg stay
Man United still after Onana
The Red Devils have been chasing the Cameroon international alongside team-mate Matthijs de Ligt, hoping to tempt them to Old Trafford.
But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side look like they will have to search elsewhere in their quest for new recruits.
Hazard cites Witsel after Dortmund move
"He's a player who will be there to help me integrate," the winger stated. "It's good that there is someone I know there."
Boca target Roma legend De Rossi
The Argentine side are hopeful of snaring the midfielder after it was revealed that he will not be offered fresh terms in the Italian capital.
Boca sporting director Nicolas Burdisso spent almost five seasons alongside De Rossi and is hopeful of tempting him to a new adventure in another part of the world.
Turnbull to cost Motherwell club record
Motherwell midfielder David Turnbull would only be sold for a club record fee according to their chief executive, says the BBC.
The 19-year-old enjoyed a sensational season for the Scottish Premier League club and has been linked with a move both north and south of the border.
But Alan Burrows says that he will only leave for a price above that of the £1.75m ($2.23m) that Phil O'Donnell was sold for to Celtic in 1994.
Valverde plays down immediate Griezmann deal
Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde has dampened immediate speculation of a move for Antoine Griezmann, stating that the club is unlikely to conduct any business until after the Copa del Rey final, according to Sky Sports News.
But Valverde says there will be no movement for the World Cup-winning Frenchman or any other player until the marquee tie with Valencia next Saturday is over.
Everton after ex-Terrier Lossl
The Denmark international spent two years in the Premier League with the West Yorkshire side but is among a number of players not retained for their future in the Championship.
He would likely line up as second-choice cover for Jordan Pickford, replacing Maarten Stekelenburg who is set to leave Goodison Park.
Torreira dreams of Boca switch
However, the 23-year-old has stated that to play for Boca would be the realisation of a life-long dream.
Palace want £60m for Wan-Bissaka
Arsenal unlikely to land Zaha
The Sun claims that Palace want £80 million ($102m), with that number enough to ward off interest from Arsenal, who are only willing to pay £80m.
Aulas looking to spark bidding war
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas seems to be trying to start a bidding war for Tanguy Ndombele, having asked PSG to join in.
The French side's boss has now tempted his Ligue 1 rivals, claiming he would like to let the midfielder go there if they can match the offers from other top clubs.
"I'm the one who revived the PSG talks so that they don't feel dismissed," he told told L'Equipe. "If PSG aligns with the three offers received and Tanguy agrees, it would be nice if he goes there."
Cavani and Meunier want PSG stay
Edison Cavani and Thomas Meunier both want to remain at Paris Saint-Germainnext season but have admitted their futures may be out of their hands.
Both players spoke after PSG's win on Saturday and told the press they would like to see out their contracts with the club, though the French side may be looking to move them on this summer.
Lyon confirm new manager
Pogba needs to hand in transfer request for Man Utd exit
The France star has been told this is his only chance to move to Real Madrid
The France star wants out and Real coach Zinedine Zidane has told Pogba he must move this summer if he is to ever join the Liga giants.
However, United will resist any offers, so if Pogba wishes to leave, he will be required to formally demand an exit.
Tottenham consider Allegri/Pochettino swap
Allegri is departing Juventus after five seasons and Pochettino is considered among the front-runners to replace him.
PSG want to sign Kante this summer
Chelsea are not interested in a sale, but PSG will likely offer a huge fee and a big contract, which may be difficult for the club and player to turn down.
Chelsea to give Hudson-Odoi No.10 shirt
Chelsea will hope to persuade Callum Hudson-Odoi to sign a new deal at Stamford Bridge by giving him Eden Hazard's soon-to-be-vacated No.10 shirt.
The Daily Mail report fresh talks between the club and the player's representatives are set for this month, with Hudson-Odoi having one year remaining on his contract.
The shirt offer mirrors what Bayern Munich did for Hudson-Odoi, promising Arjen Robben's No.10, as interest remains in the teenager despite rupturing his Achilles late in the season.
PSG tell De Gea to sign on free
The Ligue 1 champions have promised a huge signing bonus to the Man Utd goalkeeper
Facing issues with Financial Fair Play, PSG are not certain they can afford to pay the £60 million ($76m) fee for a transfer this summer.
Instead, they're encouraging De Gea to wait until next winter, when they can sign him on a pre-contract and hand the United No.1 a hefty signing bonus, available because they will not have to pay a transfer fee.