'Manchester City and PSG are ruining football'
Tevas says the spending done by the two clubs is ruining the market with teams unable to compete against clubs funded by "petrol money."
Mathieu re-signs with Sporting CP
Minnesota to loan Ibarra to Pachuca
The Ecudor international will join the Liga MX side in a 13-month loan after falling out of the starting XI following the return of Angelo Rodriguez.
Ibarras has scored five goals and one assist in 17 league appearances for the Loons.
Szczesny backs Ramsey for Juventus success
Wojciech Szczesny says he believes Aaron Ramsey will be a success at Juventus while adding that he deserved credit for helping lure the midfielder to Turin.
Ramsey is set to join this summer on a free transfer from Arsenal, and the goalkeeper revealed the part he played in facilitating the move.
Chelsea set to name Cech sporting director
After that, he will return to his former club as the team's first sporting director since Michael Emenalo's resignation in November 2017.
Brandt moves to Dortmund for €25m
The 23-year-old was able to move for the relatively low fee thanks to an opt-out clause in his contract with Leverkusen.
Varane: I'm staying at Real Madrid
Rakitic and Umtiti planning Barca stay
Both players have been linked with exits from the Camp Nou, but the pair each have multiple years remaining on their respective contracts.
Rakitic and Umtiti will be challenged next season by newcomers Frenkie de Jong and Jean-Clair Todibo, as well as the possible arrival of centre-back Matthijs de Ligt.
Pogba to be offered Man Utd captaincy
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hoping to convince the France star to stay
Pogba has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford, but Solskjaer is hoping the increased responsibility will help persuade the Frenchman to stay.
Ashley Young is expected to become club captain next season, but the 33-year-old's uncertain role at the club could open the door for Pogba.
Deschamps: Pogba and Griezmann must be sure on transfers
France head coach Didier Deschamps has said that Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba must be sure they're making the right decision as their club futures remain in doubt.
Manchester United midfield target is 'better than Pogba'
That's the view of Partey's agent, Jose Daniel Jimenez Pozanco, with the Ghana international thought to be available for around €50 million (£44m/$56m).
Varane to stay at Madrid
Varane was thought to have been unhappy with his role at Madrid, seen by too many as the junior member of the centre-back partnership with Sergio Ramos.
Now, he is expected to make an announcement confirming his desire to stay at the Bernabeu, where he is under contract until 2022.
Leganes want Madrid youngster Reguilon
The 22-year-old has seen his path to the first team blocked by Marcelo since the return of Zinedine Zidane as manager, and may look elsewhere for first-team experience.
Leganes are looking to replace on-loan Sporting Lisbon left-back Jonathan Silva who is likely to move on to pastures new, and are hoping their development of Reguilon's fellow Madrid youngster Oscar Rodriguez will help them make their case.
Chelsea hit with £9 million Conte severance bill
Chelsea have been left licking their wounds after losing the legal battle over former manager Antonio Conte's severance bill - and will have to pay him a hefty £9 million (€10m) as a result, as revealed by The Times.
The club aren't expected to appeal the decision, which brings to a close a lengthy disagreement since Conte's acrimonious departure from Stamford Bridge.
Conte could be set for a further boost as he has been heavily linked with the newly vacant Juventus job, though current Blues boss Maurizio Sarri is also thought to be in the frame.
Rodgers explains Okazaki's Leicester exit
Leicester City manager has been speaking highly about the departing Shinji Okazaki, who is moving on to pastures new after deciding not to renew his contract at the King Power Stadium.
Okazaki spent four years at Leicester and was a member of the 2015-16 Premier League-winning side, but he is looking to wind his career down in a less high-paced environment.
Garitano takes over at Alaves
Deportivo Alaves have announced the appointment of the 49-year-old Asier Garitano as their new head coach on a contract until June 2020.
The appointment comes just a day after the resignation of previous manager Abelardo, after Alaves' excellent start to the season eventually gave way to an 11th-place finish.
Napoli's Allan nearing PSG switch
The 28-year-old, thought to be valued at around €50 million (£44m), made his Brazil debut last year and PSG are hoping to tie up a deal before he travels to the Copa America next month.
Thomas Tuchel had been interested in Allan in January but opted to sign Leandro Paredes from Zenit St Petersburg instead. However, the French champions are still keen to strengthen their midfield after another disappointing assault on the Champions League.
PSG keeping close tabs on Dortmund star Diallo
Rabiot in, Mustafi out? Arsenal’s transfer plans
We saw five new faces arrive during the manager's first summer transfer window and we could see something similar this time around.
Real pull back on Jovic, Barca join race
Perez unwilling to meet demands
The Serbian striker has long been linked with a switch to the Spanish capital side, who are planning a huge summer rebuild after a dreadful season by their own high standards.
Understanding that Los Blancos are in dire need of quality, Frankfurt have set their sights on making a big profit on 21-year-old Jovic, but Madrid supremo Florentino Perez is seemingly unwilling to meet the German club's demands.
It is also reported that Barcelona have now entered the race for the attacker upon hearing the news – despite confirmed interest in Antoine Griezmann – meaning fans could be in for a summer-long transfer saga.
Xavi sees Griezmann problem for Barca
Barcelona legend Xavi sees potential problems for those at Camp Nou as talk of a big-money move for Antoine Griezmann builds.
He has told Sport: “If the reason for the rejection [from Barca players] was only a footballing issue, I’d speak with the dressing room to make them see he’s a player who can bring something."
Llorente could have Spurs future
Man Utd to make Pogba captain
'James could be special for Man Utd'
Comparisons to Gareth Bale are unfair on Daniel James, says John Hartson, but the Swansea winger is considered to be “special” and a potentially shrewd addition for Manchester United at £20 million [$25m].
The former Wales international told The Mirror: “If James ends up at a big club, then it’s up to him to make sure he doesn’t simply disappear."
‘Lallana would be perfect for Man City’
A summer switch is being mooted for the England international, who has slipped down the pecking order at Anfield.
Inter won't part with Liverpool & Man City target
Stoke interested in Powell
Powell is out of contract but has been offered a new deal by Wigan and Stoke are hoping to capitalise should he reject those terms.
The former Manchester United midfielder, 25, managed eight goals and seven assists in the Championship last season.
Wolves want £25m Wilson
The 22-year-old spent the season on loan at Derby County and impressed, managing 18 goals in all competitions, including some spectacular long-range strikes.
And Liverpool are thought to be willing to part ways with their talented youngster for £25m (€28.5m/$32m).
Wickham signs Palace extension
The striker has struggled with injury this season and has played just an hour of Premier League football this term, registering an assist in that time.
However, the 26-year-old has penned fresh terms as he entered the final year of his deal, with Palace keen not to lose him for nothing if he is to leave.
Brentford and Wednesday eye Morsy
Morsy played in 40 of Wigan's Championship games this season and is a combative central midfield player.
The 27-year-old is also an Egypt international and has earned seven caps for his country.
Ronaldo wants Mourinho at Juve
The pair have previously worked together at Real Madrid and the Portuguese superstar is keen to work with his compatriot again.
€50m Partey offers Man Utd & Arsenal hope
The Atletico Madrid midfielder has a €50m (£44m/$56m) release clause which a number of Premier League sides are considering activating.
Partey is a versatile player who can play in midfield and fill in at right-back or centre-back, and has made 42 appearances in all competitions this season.
Barcelona want another No. 9
Lampard looking to land Cahill
Liverpool told why they need De Ligt
The Reds are among those to have been linked with the in-demand Netherlands international.
Schulz signs for Dortmund
Pogba & Mbappe to Real Madrid?
Celtic in Harper hunt
West Ham winning race for Rondon
Man Utd agree £15m deal for James
Juventus make move for Sarri
Chelsea boss targeted by Serie A giants
Wickham pens Palace extension
Liverpool join Fraser hunt
Additionally, he only has a year left to run on his contract, meaning he could be available for a cut-price fee.
PSG owner meets Roma representatives
At this stage, there is thought to be some distance between Al-Khelaifi's valuation of Roma and the would-be sellers', however.
Leeds hand Hudson pro deal
The 18-year-old midfielder was a key member of the side that finished second in the Professional Development League North on goal-difference, scoring five goals in 23 appearances.
He will now join up with the Under-23s side as he seeks to emulate fellow academy graduates Jack Clarke and Jamie Shackleton.
Taarabt renews with Benfica
Having endured a difficult four years since joining on a free transfer from QPR, making just seven appearances for the club and being sent to the B team, the decision to offer the midfielder fresh terms comes as something of a surprise.
However, his two or three year extension will also include a wage cut, something the 29-year-old is expected to accept.
Manchester in talks with Anderlecht over loans
The two sides have been in talks, even before Vincent Kompany was announced as player/manager of the Belgian club.
Manchester City could loan young players to Anderlecht in order to prepare them for top-flight football.
Lippi hints that Juventus could pursue Pochettino or Sarri
Mauricio Pochettino and Maurizio Sarri are seen as two contenders for the job, and Lippi believes the wait to name a new boss could run through the end of their respective finals.
Inzaghi and Sarri favourites for Juventus job
Juventus held a discrete meeting with Inzaghi last week but, given the manager's contract with Lazio through 2020, there would need to be an agreement between all parties.
Sarri, meanwhile, could be replaced by Frank Lampard as Chelsea look to make a change.
Abelardo leaves role as Alaves manager
Bosz: Havertz and Brandt could stay
Chelsea ready to let Hazard join Real Madrid in effort to balance budget
Rather than risking losing the Belgian on a free in 2020, Chelsea will collect a large fee for him in an effort to comply with Financial Fair Play rules in the future.
The club also wants to do right by the winger, given his service to the club, and is willing to allow him to make his dream move.
Maradona open to Dorados stay
Diego Maradona is open to remaining at Dorados if his terms are met by the club.
Maradona's contract expires in June of this year, and he said he'd be willing to sign a new deal should owner Jorge Alberto Hank meet his demands.
Manchester United have Koulibaly bid rejected
Man Utd sent in an initial bid of €110 million ($122 million/£97 million), but Napoli have no desire to sell.
Koulibaly has a termination clause in his deal, but it is not active until the summer of 2020.
Sarri wants quick decision from Chelsea with Juventus job open
And, while Sarri would like to stay with Chelsea, he would also like to know if he should pursue the Juventus job if the club intends to move on.
Arsenal stars set for bonus if Gunners win Europa League
The trophy would be Arsenal's first continental trophy since winning the now defunct European Cup Winners Cup in 1994, and players will receive the massive bonuses should they return the club to glory.
Unai Emery could also be set to benefit, as his transfer budget would be expected to swell should Arsenal seal a spot in next season's Champions League.