Hazard to Real Madrid will be announced at end of the season
A €140 million move from the Blues remains close, but the London club do not want to disrup Maurizio Sarri's quest to qualify for the Champions League, either by the top-four or winning the Europa League.
The move could be announced May 12, after the end of the Premier League season if they finish top four, but it may be delayed until May 19, after the close of Madrid's campaign.
Toronto FC in talks to sign Gonzalez
Gonzalez, who is in his first year with the Liga MX club after three years with Pachuca, would be subject to the allocation process but TFC hold the top spot in the order.
The 30-year-old may require Targeted Allocation Money (TAM) to be acquired, while his salary is believed will require TAM to keep him from being a designated player.
Madrid want Pogba to take pay cut
Madrid are unwilling to meet the price of €200 million (£172m/$224m) for a transfer fee and wages and would want Pogba to take a large pay cut on his €18m salary.
However, if he is willing, and Zidane insists on the move, Madrid would pay Manchester United's asking price of €150m.
Sessegnon wants Tottenham move
The 19-year-old winger has one year left on his contract and the Cottagers are expected to demand £35 million ($45m) for him in the upcoming window.
Sessegnon has been impressed with Mauricio Pochettino with developing young players and wants to continue living in London, making a move to Spurs appealing.
Ozil 'happy' at Arsenal
The 30-year-old has been blighted by fitness issues and inconsistency this season, leading to rumours of a move away from the Emirates, but the playmaker has confirmed his desire to remain in London.
Ozil has managed five goals and two assists in 19 Premier League starts so far this campaign.
Rakitic wants Barca stay amidst Man Utd interest
The Croatian reportedly turned down a mega-bid from Paris Saint-Germain last summer to stay in Catalonia, but with the imminent arrival of Frenkie de Jong and the strong likelihood that his Ajax team-mate - Matthijs de Ligt - will follow, the La Liga outfit will need to balance the books.
Reports suggest that they are open to the sale of Rakitic, who has three years left on his contract, and that they will look to free transfers for the likes of Juan Mata in order to replace him in an affordable manner.
Davis agrees Rangers deal
The 34-year-old joined on loan from Southampton in January, but his contract expires at the end of the season and he has agreed a one-year deal with the Scottish Premiership outfit.
The midfielder has made 10 league appearances for Rangers this season, notching one assist.
Babel 'in talks' with Galatasaray
The Dutchman joined the Cottagers from Besiktas in January and has managed five goals and four assists in 14 Premier League appearances so far.
However, the 33-year-old was unable to prevent Fulham's relegation back to the Championship and looks likely to return to Turkey with title-chasing Galatasaray.
West Ham set for clear-out
West Ham are reportedly planning to offload a number of players in the summer to raise transfer funds for manager Manuel Pellegrini, according to Sky Sports.
The Hammers are open to offers for a trio of strikers in Javier Hernandez, Lucas Perez and Jordan Hugill, as well as midfielders Pedro Obiang and Edimilson Fernandes and right-back Sam Byram.
Additionally, Andy Carroll and Adrian will both leave the club upon the expiry of their contracts at the end of the season.
Wagner set for Schalke job
The 47-year-old left Huddersfield in January and has taken a break from management, but he appears set to return with the Bundesliga outfit.
Davies signs new Everton contract
Tom Davies has committed his immediate future to boyhood club Everton by signing a new contract.
The 20-year-old has penned a new four-year deal with the Toffees despite making just 11 Premier League starts this season.
Davies broke into the first-team picture as a teenager two seasons ago, and current boss Marco Silva has previously insisted he sees the midfielder as a crucial part of the club's future.
Scott Sinclair to stay at Celtic
Celtic have triggered a 12-month extension option in Scott Sinclair’s contract, Hoops boss Neil Lennon has revealed.
Lennon said: "Scott will be here for another year. He's a very good player and he's been a good player since he walked in the door.
"He's made a big contribution in the goals column and that experience and football intelligence is always important to have around."
Ferdinand no quick-fix for Man Utd
With Manchester United looking at potentially appointing Rio Ferdinand as their new director of football, will he be able to help galvanise the club and arrest their recent decline?
Goal's United correspondent Kris Voakes takes a look at the former defender potentially returning to Old Trafford and how it would need to be the first step forward rather than the final piece of the jigsaw.
Man City won't sign new left-back
Guardiola to take final Mendy risk
Pep Guardiola will not pursue a new left-back in the summer as Pep Guardiola prepares to take a final chance on Benjamin Mendy.
Goal's Manchester City correspondent understands that, despite interest in Leicester City's Ben Chilwell, the Premier League leaders will focus their attentions on other areas of the team in the summer transfer window.
That will see Mendy, who has suffered an injury-hit 2018-19 campaign, given the chance to compete with Oleksandr Zinchenko for the left-back berth, with Fabian Delph likely to leave the club.
Man Utd make final Mata offer
It is said that the playmaker has been offered a one-year extension with the option of an additional year and United and hopeful the 31-year-old will put pen to paper on their proposal.
Unai won't renew with Athletic
The 22-year-old joined the club in 2014 and went on to make 31 total appearances between loan spells elsewhere.
The shot-stopper is said to be valued around €150,000.
'James Rodriguez needs to leave Bayern'
Former Bayern Munich midfielder Stefan Effenberg has advised James Rodriguez to leave the German champions in order to secure more regular playing time.
The Colombian, who is on a two-year loan spell from Real Madrid, has played the full 90 minutes just three times this season as he struggles to convince head coach Niko Kovac of his abilities.
And Effenberg's advice would be for the 27-year-old not to return to the club in the summer.
"If he looks at his personal situation in a reasonable manner, James must realise that the right thing for him to do is to leave the club," he wrote in his column for T-Online. “He has to play and have fun kicking the ball."
Herrmann signs new Gladbach deal
Wan-Bissaka rules out Man Utd move
He has told the Evening Standard: "I am with Crystal Palace at the moment. That is where my contract is and that is where I will be next season."
Spurs to battle with Juve for Rabiot
Has Higuain blown Chelsea chance?
The unwanted one.
Gonzalo Higuain is struggling to convince anyone this season that he remains an elite striker and it seems as if Chelsea may soon become the latest club to cast him aside.
Milan have doubts over Bakayoko
Liverpool winger looking for a way out
The 22-year-old is still tied to a long-term contract at Anfield, but he remains some way down the pecking order and feels a switch would be beneficial.
Lingard would 'love' Man Utd to sign Ronaldo
Jesse Lingard would “love to sign Cristiano Ronaldo” as Manchester United piece together their plans for the summer transfer window.
The Red Devils forward has told the Mirror: “He has been one of the best players in the world over the last decade. He has been here before so he would slot right back in."
A hint Hazard is staying?
Eden Hazard has fronted the reveal of Chelsea’s new kit for 2019-20, but speculation continues to suggest that he will not be around to wear it next season.
The Blues have made a point of including the Belgian forward in the launch of their latest home offering despite intense speculation linking him with Real Madrid.
Juventus want to make Pogba dream a reality
Juve chasing Ruben Dias
The defender has a contract with the Liga NOS side that extends to 2023, but he does have a release clause of €60 million.
With the majority of Juventus' back-line in their twilight years, the 21-year-old, who has bagged six league goals in two seasons, would inject some much-needed youth into the Old Lady's squad.
Milan sides want Muller
It is claimed that the German World Cup winner is not fully happy in Bavaria and could be open to a move elsewhere.
The report adds it is probable that English clubs will also be in the frame to attempt to pry the 29-year-old away from the Bundesliga.
Bayern watching Ajax boss Ten Hag
Ten Hag is no stranger to the working of the Bavarian side, having been in charge of Bayern Munich II from 2013-2015.
The 49-year-old has also worked with Pep Guardiola, whose style is still employed – at least in part – by the German champions, which can be seen in Ajax's free-flowing, possession-based football.
As such, it appears Ten Hag is on the list of potential replacements for Niko Kovac.
PSG to extend Dagba contract
The 20-year-old has impressed in his first season under Thomas Tuchel and, with full-backs in demand these days, has sparked interest from unnamed German and English clubs.
'Arsenal won't sign top talent'
Arsenal will not sign any world-class stars in the summer, according to former striker Kevin Campbell, with the Gunners set to settle for 'functional' players as the club face a crucial summer.
Campbell believes that Unai Emery will have pre-planned his targets for the next transfer window and will focus on bringing in players who will run themselves into the ground for the club.
Man Utd to scout Barella
Red Devils eye Italy international
The Red Devils are said to be interested in signing the 22-year-old midfielder ahead of the new season and would also like to sign centre-back Kalidou Koulibali from Cagliari's opponents Napoli.
Chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis does not want to sell the defender, whom he rates at €150 million, however, meaning the Old Trafford side may have to look elsewhere for defensive reinforcements.
Silva ignoring Barcelona speculation
He has told Record: "I just renewed my contract with Manchester City, and after this season I have another three years of contract. I am very happy in Manchester."
Man City looking at Lala
Barcelona will not pursue Jovic deal
Pochettino won't get big Spurs budget
PSG to move for De Gea if Buffon retires
What do PSG need this summer?
Mexican side eyes Fernando Torres
Roma takeover reports branded as fake
QSI, which also owns Ligue 1 champions PSG, had been linked with a move to buy up the Italian side as well, but Pallotta branded the reports as "fake" in a response on Wednesday.
De Ligt wants Barcelona move
Sounders sign 17-year-old star Ocampo-Chavez
Man City no longer looking to sign left-back
Benjamin Mendy's injury history meant City were eyeing several reinforcements in the summer, including Leicester City's Ben Chilwell.
But with Oleksandr Zinchenko proving to be adequate cover for Mendy, Pep Guardiola will prioritise other positions in the summer transfer window.
Real Madrid willing to wait to land Eriksen
The Dane's contract is set to expire at the end of next season
Eriksen's current contract runs out at the end of next season, and the 27-year-old is showing little sign of agreeing fresh terms with Tottenham.
Madrid will make a move for Eriksen this summer but should Spurs refuse, the Blancos are willing to wait one more year to land the Danish star.
Monaco leading the chase for Seri
Seri joined Fulham last summer for £25 million ($33m), but was unable to prevent the Cottagers from being relegated back to the Championship.
The 27-year-old wants to leave the club rather than play in the second tier next season, and the former Nice star could be in line for a return to Ligue 1.
Napoli make €18m bid for Trippier
Tottenham have set an asking price of €35m (£30m/$39m) for Trippier.
Inter scout Tagliafico and Vertonghen
Ausilio was in attendance to watch several players, including Ajax full-back Nicolas Tagliafico and Tottenham centre-back Jan Vertonghen.
Ajax stars Donny van de Beek and Hakin Ziyech are also possibilities for Inter, but their high price tags would make them difficult for the club to land.
Rangers eyeing loan move for Gray
Gray, 27, has scored seven Premier League goals this season for the Hornets, with Rangers boss Steven Gerrard considering the forward a potentially valuable addition.
Overall, Gray has 12 Premier League goals in two seasons with Watford since joining from Burnley.