Liverpool to move for Man Utd's Fellaini
The Belgium international has endured a rollercoaster four years at Old Trafford, and is yet to sign a new contract with his current deal up in June.
PSG & Bayern eye Kenedy
The full-back has impressed during a loan spell with Newcastle during the second half of this season, playing a pivotal role in their bid for Premier League survival.
Torres to leave Atletico Madrid
Fernando Torres has announced that he will leave Atletico Madrid at the end of the 2017-18 season.
Torres joined his boyhood club at the age of 10, spending six years in their youth system and spending another six in the first team before of moving to Liverpool.
He returned to Atletico in 2015, where he has now amassed a total of 92 Liga goals for the club, but has now decided to move on again.
Wenger: Arsenal don't need another striker
Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal have no need to dip into the summer transfer market for another striker.
Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have been signed in the last two windows, while Wenger also has Danny Welbeck on his books, as well as Alex Iwobi and an exciting crop of academy graduates.
Taking that into account, the long-serving Frenchman is not expecting to bring any more goal-getters onto his books.
Navas seeks to end Real Madrid exit talk
Keylor Navas has quashed Arsenal and Manchester United transfer talk by stating a desire to honour his contract at Real Madrid.
Amid ongoing speculation regarding Zinedine Zidane’s search for a new goalkeeper, the current No.1 at Santiago Bernabeu is being linked with a summer exit.
Premier League suitors are said to be ready to open their doors to a proven performer if the Costa Rica international is forced towards the exits, but the 31-year-old is still planning for the long term in Spain.
Man United fight City for £50m Fred
City have long been linked with the Brazilian, having made enquiries over his availability back in January.
But negotiations will not be straightforward, with the extra interest likely to push his asking price north of £50 million.
Everton interested in West Ham's Cresswell
Everton are considering a £25 million bid for West Ham defender Aaron Cresswell, claims the Sun .
The England left-back was born in Liverpool, and came up through the academy at nearby Tranmere Rovers before moving to Ipswich and later West Ham.
He is apparently keen to move back closer to home, while he has already worked with Toffees boss Sam Allardyce during the manager's spell with the Hammers.
Man Utd target Sidibe
Manchester United have turned their attentions to Monaco full-back Djibril Sidibe as part of their rebuilding plans for the 2018-19 season, reports Telefoot .
The Red Devils are expected to be extremely active in the summer transfer window after failing to keep pace with rivals City at the top of the Premier League table.
Sidibe, 25, is seen as an excellent candidate to reinforce the right-back position, although he is under contract until 2022 after Monaco fended off interest from Tottenham last year.
Robben & Ribery to get new contracts
Veteran Bayern Munich pair Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery are set to be handed new contracts at the Allianz Arena, reports Bild.
The wingers will both be free agents this summer, but the club are reportedly keen to retain them after celebrating a sixth successive Bundesliga title at the weekend.
Madrid to make €100m Griezmann bid
The France striker was on target against Real on Sunday, equalising for Atletico Madrid and helping his side to a 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu.
And while he has long been linked with Camp Nou, a bid worth €100m would trigger Griezmann's buyout clause and leave him free to discuss terms with Atleti's cross-town rivals.
Juve keen to land Isco
PSG join Richarlison race
Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco are ready to battle Chelsea and Arsenal in the race to land Richarlison, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Brazilian has won many admirers this season through his performances for Watford, whom he joined from Fluminense last summer.
And the Hornets' £40 million price tag is unlikely to scare off some of the Premier League and Ligue 1's biggest clubs should they make enquiries in the coming window.