Man Utd inquired about Longstaff
Newcastle say they will resist all offers made to sign Longstaff, who United view as a replacement for Ander Herrera.
However, it could come down whether the Magpies need to raise funds for Rafa Benitez's transfer plans, provided he remains with Newcastle.
Pulis out at Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough have parted company with boss Tony Pulis following their failure to win promotion to the Premier League.
Boro finished seventh in the Championship, missing out on a place in the play-offs by one point.
Pulis, who replaced Garry Monk midway through the 2017-18 campaign, was due to be out of contract next month and the club will not be extending his deal.
Kilmarnock wait on Clarke's future
The Scotland job is currently vacant after Alex McLeish was sacked last month following disappointing displays in European qualifiers against San Marino and Kazakhstan.
And Dyer, who has been Clarke’s assistant since 2017, told the BBC he believes the Scotland job would be hard to turn down.
Mexico star Ochoa wants Standard exit
Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa has announced he desires a move away from Standard Liege this summer, seeking a higher level of competition.
The 33-year-old Ochoa has spent the last two seasons with the Belgian first division club, starting 77 league games over that span.
However, Ochoa has declared his desire to move on from the club and believes his exit will happen this summer.
Man Utd make contact over Sessegnon
Sessegnon is believed to not want a return to the Championship while Fulham accept now is the time to cash in on the teenager with him having just a year left on his contract.
Huddersfield announce Lossl, Williams and Depoitre exits
Huddersfield have announced their retained list following their relegation from the Premier League, confirming the departures of Jonas Lossl, Danny Williams and Laurent Depoitre.
Erik Durm and Jack Payne have also been released by the club, while on-loan midfielder Jason Puncheon returns to Crystal Palace.
Isaac Mbenza's loan deal has also come to an end, although the Terriers are working to make his move from Montpellier permanent.
📝 #htafc's Retained List of players at the end of the 2018/19 season has been confirmed today.— Huddersfield Town (@htafcdotcom) May 17, 2019
The Club would like to thank all the players who are leaving and wishes them all the best for the future.
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Chelsea turn attention to £40m Neres
Chelsea have a postive relationship with Neres representatives, Giuliano Bertolucci and Kia Joorabchian, who also represent David Luiz.
Everton chase Mitrovic
Mitrovic scored 11 goals for Fulham this season, but it wasn't enough to prevent the club from sufering relegation from the Premier League.
The Serbian has been widely tipped for a move elsewhere since, with West Ham among the teams said to be interested as well.
'Amazing Kompany should stay at Manchester City'
Shaun Wright-Phillips says the "amazing' Vincent Kompany should stay on at Manchester City.
The defender's contract expires this summer, but his former team-mate says he hopes to see Kompany stay on with the club.
Conte the early favourite to replace Allegri at Juventus
The Serie A champions confirmed earlier today that 51-year-old Allegri will leave the club at the end of the current campaign.
Conte spent three years in charge of Juventus before taking the reigns of the Italian national team in 2014, and won the Serie A title each season in Turin.
McInnes rules out Scotland job
The role has been vacant since Alex McLeish was sacked a month ago, with McInnes believed to be on a three-man shortlist alongside Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke and Scotland Under-21 boss Scot Gemmill.
However, according to Sky Sports, the Dons boss will not be leaving the club at this stage.
Werder Bremen bid farewell to captain Kruse
SV Werder Bremen will begin next season without captain Max Kruse, with the 31-year-old set leave the club at the end of the current campaign.
Werder CEO Frank Baumann announced the news today via the club’s official website.
Head coach Florian Kohfeldt says: “Max is an outstanding player who has impressively and exemplary demonstrated over the past three years how valuable he can be for a team. I wish Max all the best for the future.”
City rule out move for Antoine Griezmann
Porto striker set for £30m West Ham switch
It is thought Marega has a long-standing ambition to play in the English top flight, and Porto appear ready to cash in on the 28-year-old Mali international, who has netted 45 goals in less than 100 appearances.
Swansea offer manager new deal to stave off Brighton interest
The Seagulls targeted the 43-year-old following the sacking of Chris Hughton on Monday.
However, Swansea are determined to hang on to Potter, and are hopeful that an improved deal will persuade him to stay in South Wales.
Ajax confirm Hakim Ziyech will leave this summer
According to a report from The Mirror, Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool are all interested in the attacking midfielder, but the trio could face stiff competition from Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.
The report suggests Bayern have already made contact with the player's representatives.
Barcelona willing to pay Rodrigo Hernandez release clause
Manchester City were rumoured to be interested in the 22-year-old, while Rodri has reportedly told Atleti bosses that he wants to move this summer
Watford & Everton see Zapata door opened
West Ham want Etheridge
West Ham are among those keeping an eye on Cardiff goalkeeper Neil Etheridge, claims Wales Online.
The Hammers saw Luskasz Fabianski claim their Player of the Year award for 2018-19, but they may be tempted to move for another option who has been relegated out of the Premier League.
Kompany's final battle?
Vincent Kompany is approaching the end of his contract at Manchester City and is yet to be offered an extension.
The Belgian still has plenty to offer Pep Guardiola's champions, though, and his qualities will still be needed as they aim to refresh the squad this summer.
Rashford among Barcelona targets
Liga giants monitoring Man Utd & Arsenal stars
Icardi states intention to remain at Inter
Liverpool looking at Depay
Juventus announce Allegri departure
Bianconeri boss to leave this summer
Juventus have announced that coach Massimiliano Allegri will leave the club at the end of the 2018-19 season.
The man in charge of the Serie A champions has been linked with several other posts over recent weeks.
Celtic urged to explore Roberts option
Celtic have been urged to explore the possibility of bringing Patrick Roberts back to the club for a third spell, with Davie Hay of the opinion that the Manchester City midfielder would be a shrewd addition.
A Hoops legend has told the Evening Times: “With Scott Sinclair’s future looking uncertain, he is one who would be almost certain to have an impact.”
Kovac to be sacked by Bayern Munich
Bundesliga giants to part with boss
Niko Kovac is to be sacked as manager of Bayern Munich this summer regardless of how he fares in an ongoing bid for a domestic double, Goal and Spox understands.
Newcastle respond to Longstaff to Manchester United links
The young midfielder made a huge impression at St. James' Park before a knee injury cut his campaign short earlier this year, and the 21-year-old has also attracted attention from the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool.
Everton and Leicester eye up Augustin move
Eintracht Frankfurt sign Filip Kostic on permanent deal
Eintracht Frankfurt have snapped up Filip Kostic after the Serbian winger completed a successful loan spell from Hamburger SV.
Currently sitting sixth in the Bundesliga table, Frankfurt have landed the 26-year-old on a four-year deal, as revealed via the club’s official Twitter account.
Doucoure prefers Premier League stay, but won't rule out PSG
Blanc tipped for AS Roma role
The 53-year-old, who steered PSG to three consecutive Ligue 1 titles, has been without a managerial role since losing his job in the French captial in June, 2016
"I am on the market like many other very competent coaches," says Blanc.
Zaha willing to make Manchester United return
The Eagles have set their asking price at £100m, with United mulling over a move for a player they initially signed for £10million in 2013.
Zaha left Old trafford on a loan deal to Cardiff City after struggling to nail down regular first-team football under David Moyes and, latterly, Louis Van Gaal.
West Ham tempt Carroll with contract u-turn
The shock u-turn could see the Hammers table a "heavily incentivised" contract.
The 30-year-old has been palgued by injuries since making a £15m switch from Liverpool in 2013.
Alonso linked with Atletico Madrid switch
The Spanish outlet claims the 28-year-old has been identified as a suitable replacement for both Lucas Hernandez and Felipe Luis, who are set to leave the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
Benitez set for more future talks
Rafa Benitez is due to hold a second round of future talks with Newcastle, claims the Shields Gazette.
The Spaniard is approaching the end of his contract at St James' Park and is yet to agree to an extension.
De Gea's keeping coach to remain at Man Utd
Amid the uncertainty surrounding David de Gea's future, the Manchester Evening News claims that his goalkeeping coach will be staying at Old Trafford.
Emilio Alvarez was not among those confirmed by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be forming part of his plans for 2019-20,but he will be sticking around to work with a Spaniard the Red Devils are hoping to see commit to a new contract.
Is De Ligt right for Barcelona?
Tomori a top target for Celtic
Liverpool won't part with Firmino
Leverkusen interested in Sinkgraven
Former Ajax manager Peter Bosz, now in charge at Leverkusen, is enamored with the defender.
Ajax are already eyeing a potential replacement in the form of Lisandro Martinez, who plays for Defensa y Justicia and the Argentina national team
Palace yet to receive offer for Zaha
According to the Guardian, Zaha had talks this week with Palace chairman Steve Parish, who enjoys a good relationship with the striker.
The club could demand a fee of up to £100 million ($128 million), especially knowing that Manchester United will get a piece of the fee as part of a sell-on clause.
Weah hoping for PSG stay
Brandt prefers Dortmund to Premier League
But, if they fail to reach that mark, Dortmund is his preferred destination although even a Europa League place could convince him to stay.
'We respect Griezmann's decision'
Man City hoping to beat Barca to Griezmann
The Liga champions will end their pursuit of the Atletico star if a bidding war occurs
The forward has a €200 million release clause, which drops to €120m on July 1, and City, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern are all interested.
Barcelona do not want a bidding war for Griezmann, so they will pull out of a deal if he does not openly signal his desire to move to the Liga champions soon.
West Ham could offer Carroll a new deal
West Ham striker Andy Carroll could be in line for a new contract, despite his injury woes, according to the Sun.
The 30-year-old Carroll has played in just 12 Premier League games this year, and only scored in the FA Cup, with his contract coming off the books at the end of the season.
But the club are looking at deal where Carroll is paid a minimum salary, with most of the added value coming through games played and goal bonuses.
No Champions League, no Sancho for Man Utd
Morata wants Atletico stay
Morata fell out of favour this season under Maurizio Sarri and was sent on a year and a half loan to Atletico, with Gonzalo Higuain joining the Blues on loan from Juventus.
Atletico are set to pay €16 million (£13.8 m/$18m) to keep the striker around and Morata is fine with that, saying he wants to spend the rest of his playing days with the club.
Lopetegui: Three weeks of rotten luck ruined Madrid career
Former Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui admits that he was disappointed by the rapid end to his tenure at Santiago Bernabeu, affirming that he believes he could have turned things around given more time.
But he would last just 10 Liga games at Madrid, and the coach blames a sudden slump in results and some sloppy finishing for putting an end to his brief time in charge.