Real Madrid in talks with Lyon's Mendy
Mendy has not hidden his desire to join Zidane's squad and a transfer could happen in the first few weeks of the window.
However, he under contract with Lyon through 2023 and should the Frenchman prove too expensive, there are other alternatives for Los Blancos.
Liverpool's Arroyo set for fresh loan move
Liverpool's teenage full-back Anderson Arroyo is set for a fresh loan spell to aid his development next season.
The 19-year-old has been on loan at Belgian side Gent this season, but failed to make a single senior appearance for the club.
Benitez wants £100m transfer budget to stay
Benitez believes he can take the club forward, but only if he is given the money to bring top talent to St James' Park.
Alonso leaves options open amid Real Madrid rumours
Marcos Alonso has left his options open this summer amidst speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid.
Los Blancos are in need of a left-back to succeed Marcelo and Alonso is one of the names to have been linked, along with Ferland Mendy and Junior Firpo.
Yokuslu's agent cagey on Spurs, West Ham links
Defensive midfielder Okay Yokuslu's agent was cagey in his response to speculation linking his client with a move to London with either Tottenham or West Ham.
Yokuslu made 32 appearances for Celta across all competitions this season as he helped them stave off relegation from La Liga.
Spurs urged to sign Van de Beek
The Dutch attacking midfielder - still just 22 years old - has made a whopping 57 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring 17 goals and recording 13 assists.
He scored in Ajax's 1-0 win over Tottenham in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final meeting in London, and clearly impressed with his performance.
Allegri drops big Guardiola to Juventus hint
According to a report in Sport Legnano, Allegri, who is leaving Juve at the end of the current campaign, made the comment at the opening of a restaurant in Dairago, near Milan.
Newcastle track Cucurella after successful loan spell
Germany boss Low welcomes Sane to Bayern rumours
Bayern are reported to be readying an €80 million (£70.5m) bid for the winger.
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Pope pens new Burnley deal
Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope has signed a new long-term deal that will keep him at the club for the next four years, reports Sky Sports News.
The 27-year-old stopper, who made his Engand debut against Costa Rica in June last year, will remain at Turf Moor until the summer of 2023.
Pope missed the first half of this season after suffering a dislocated shoulder, but returned to action in December.
BREAKING: Nick Pope has signed a new long-term contract at Burnley until June 2023.— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) May 24, 2019
Arsenal ready to sell Mkhitaryan
According to the report, the 30-year-old midfielder is free to leave the Gunners after struggling to make an impact since his arrival from Manchester United in January 2018 as part of the deal that saw Alexis Sanchez move to Old Trafford.
Mkhitaryan has returned six goals and seven assists in 39 games under Unai Emery this season.
Rummenigge: Kovac's Bayern future not in question
Dybala denies claims he wants to leave Juventus
Juventus star Paulo Dybala has dismissed the latest round of rumours linking him with a move away from the Serie A champions, after his brother suggested the forward could be looking for a way out of the Allianz Stadium.
Speaking to Argentine radio show Futbolemico earlier this month, Gustavo Dybala, who also acts as his brother’s agent, said: “There are many chances that Paulo leaves Juventus, he needs to change.”
However, Dybala has moved to quash talk of any potential Juve exit and insists the powers that be are fully aware of his desire to remain in Turin next season.
Lampard is Chelsea's pick if Sarri leaves
The Blues believe Lampard would be better served with another year leading Derby than jumping into the hot seat at Stamford Bridge this summer.
The club's hand may be forced should Sarri depart, however, with Lampard the chosen pick despite the reservations over his lack of experience.
Everton sign Huddersfield goalkeeper Lossl
The Demark international has signed a three-year deal with the Toffees that will take him through to the summer of 2022.
He will join up with his new club on July 1 and begin preparations for next season, where he is expected to provide cover and competition for first-choice shot-stopper Jordan Pickford.
Zidane pushing Madrid to pay up for Hazard
Talks have stalled as Madrid have failed to meet Chelsea's price tag, over £100 million ($127m), but the Liga club are feeling the pressure after talks to sign Luka Jovic have also been held up.
Zidane sees Hazard as the club's top priority and is pushing Madrid to at least get closer to the Blues' asking price, having fallen well short so far.
Man Utd make €40m offer for Dembele
The French striker, who is being followed by several Premier League clubs, has enjoyed a productive first season with the Ligue 1 side, scoring 23 goals in all competitions since his move from Celtic.
Goal understands that the Red Devils have been following Dembele since his youth days at Paris Saint-Germain, with club ambassador Eric Cantona having endorsed the move for his fellow Frenchman.
Bayern ready Sane bid
Bayern are in the market for more creativity in wide areas after seeing veteran performers Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery reach the end of their respective contracts.
Sane is the man they are prioritising, although Rummenigge admits there are no guarantees that a 23-year-old who has figured on the club’s radar for some time will be returned to his homeland.
Villas-Boas nears return to football
Villas-Boas, 41, left football to participate in motorsport, but had his participation in it cut short by a back injury.
Marseille are in need of a new coach with Rudi Garcia leaving, and Villas-Boas has held talks with the club's director of football, Andoni Zubizarreta.
€100m not enough for Joao Felix
Benfica have warned those casting admiring glances in the direction of Joao Felix – with Manchester rivals United and City said to be among his suitors – that €100 million (£88m/$112m) will not be enough to do a deal.
The release clause in the 19-year-old's current contract stands at €120m (£106m/$134m), but his current club are hoping to discuss fresh terms.
Will Bale return to England?
Henderson hoping for Man Utd exit
Norwich and Sheffield United eye Sluga
'Liverpool should let Lovren & Lallana go'
Liverpool should be looking to move on five senior stars this summer, says Steve Nicol, with Dejan Lovren and Adam Lallana among those considered to be on borrowed time.
Jurgen Klopp is expected to freshen up his squad in the next transfer window.
Neymar backed for PSG stay
The Brazilian defender has told ESPN: "Should I bet the Eiffel Tower? I believe that he will stay with PSG."
De Gea no closer to Man Utd deal
Lowe leaves Huddersfield
📝 Chris Löwe has today completed a permanent transfer to 2. Bundesliga club @DynamoDresden.— Huddersfield Town (@htafcdotcom) May 24, 2019
🗣️ Siewert: “He has a young family to consider and when he told me he wanted to return home this summer, we had to do the right thing for him."
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Man Utd make contact with Atletico over Griezmann
World Cup winner's proposed Barca switch may be off
The Frenchman announced his intention to leave Wanda Metropolitano last week and Barcelona has been touted as his most likely next destination.
However, Camp Nou officials are still not certain about meeting Griezmann's £108m ($137m) release clause, which could open the door for United to steal his signature.
Chelsea won't block Sarri joining Juventus
Chelsea will not stand in manager Maurizio Sarri's way if he looks to leave the club this summer, though they will inform Juventus they will require a £5 million ($6.3m) fee to release him from his contract.
The Blues hierarchy are understood to want a head coach who is passionate about working in west London to lead them into next season.
Publicly the former Napoli boss has insisted he remains committed to the Stamford Bridge outfit, but privately there are doubts within the Chelsea boardroom as to whether that is truly the case.
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Ramos weighs up Real Madrid exit as Man Utd & PSG circle
Blancos captain considers surprise summer exit
The 33-year-old has spent the last 14 years of his career in the Spanish capital, but he is thinking about undertaking a new challenge next season.
Manchester United and Paris Saint Germain have expressed an interest in Ramos over the past year and could be tempted to launch summer bids.
Madrid set to offer Spurs Asensio for Eriksen
The Blancos also want to receive a €70m ($78m, £62m) fee as part of the deal, given the Spaniard's age and standing at Santiago Bernabeu.
However, Spurs are only interested in a straight swap, which might mean both players end up staying put for another year.
Robben explains 'best decision' of leaving Real Madrid for Bayern
Arjen Robben says politics at Real Madrid, and not just Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival, forced him to suffer a "difficult" exit from the club, but added his subsequent move to Bayern Munich was the best decision of his career.
It has been a successful 10 years for Robben, as he has been part of seven straight Bundesliga titles, eight in total, along with being a four-time DFB-Pokal winner and claiming the Champions League in 2013.
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Man Utd to demand large fee for Lukaku
Is Sarri staying at Chelsea?
Premier League & MLS appeal to Alves
At 36 years of age, the veteran full-back is approaching the end of his current contract in France and is yet to make a decision on his future.
Pochettino planning Spurs future call
He has told El Partidazo de Cope: "I will not make decisions about my future [until] after the final, it is important to know what the club's future plan is."
Man Utd striker wanted by Aberdeen
Napoli keen on £15m Clyne deal
Liverpool full-back wanted in Serie A
Can PSG keep Mbappe and Neymar?
Rodgers back in for Roberts
Mourinho expects Hazard to join Real Madrid
He has regularly been linked with a switch to Spain, and the expectation is that a deal will finally be pushed through this summer.
Mourinho, who has previously managed the Blues and Blancos, believes an agreement will be reached and a talismanic presence will depart west London.
He hopes that move will be made with Chelsea having secured more major silverware, with domestic rivals Arsenal set to provide their opposition in a continental showpiece on May 29.
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Fulham interested in Dwight Gayle
The Cottagers are on the lookout for Aleksandar Mitrovic's replacement as he looks set to leave Craven Cottage this summer.
Gayle, who scored 24 goals on loan at West Brom in the Championship this season, could be available for around £20 million ($25m).
CSKA's Fernandes emerges on Newcastle's radar
Fernades has scored one goal and contributed seven assists in 33 matches for CSKA across all competitions this season.
Madrid knock back Tottenham's Asensio approach
The Spaniard is contracted to remain at Santiago Bernabeu until 2023 and has no desire to leave the club this summer.
Asensio only managed to contribute one goal and four assists in 30 La Liga outings this season.
Liverpool, Man Utd & Arsenal eyeing Rodriguez
The Colombian has spent the last two years on loan at Bayern Munich, but the Germans are unlikely to take up an option to sign him permanently.
Rodriguez is set to return to Madrid before his next destination is decided, as Zinedine Zidane plots major changes to his squad.
Griezmann decision is 'irreversible'
Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo says Antoine Griezmann's decision to leave the club is "irreversible".
The striker has been heavily linked with Barcelona, but has yet to announce his next move.
Meza linked with Boca move
'Grealish will cost a hell of a lot'
Newcastle ready £26m Fernandes bid
The Magpies are looking to enhance their defence this summer and see the right-back as an ideal option to replace DeAndre Yedlin and Javier Manquillo.
But the 28-year-old Russia international still has three years left on his contract with the Russian side, meaning he could cost around £26 million ($33m)..
Time to go Gareth! Bale will never be the star at Real Madrid
Man Utd want Meunier over Wan-Bissaka
Crystal Palace asking price for right-back too high
Although Wan-Bissaka has been top of the Red Devils’ list of targets in their search for a new right-back, Palace are determined to hold on to him and are pricing United out of a move.
The Old Trafford outfit believe Meunier, whose contract at PSG expires in 2020, will be a more affordable option and The Daily Mail says they are already considering a bid.
Napoli eye Fenerbahce teen
The 19-year-old midfielder has been a key part of the Turkish giants this season, making 39 appearances in all competitions.
Napoli have strong interest in Elmas but face a battle for his signature as Lazio have also been monitoring him for some time.