Wenger to take role at FIFA
Wenger had been linked with a sporting director role with the French giants, but is nearing taking over a special adviser role alongside FIFA President Gianni Infantino.
The ex-Arsenal boss would oversee technological innovations, proposed rule changes and arbitration.
Mourinho closing in on Real Madrid interim role
Solari will be sacked after this weekend's game with the ex-Manchester United boss set for a second spell in charge of the club
Jose Mourinho looks set to be named Real Madrid's interim boss as the sack looms for Santiago Solari, Goal understands.
The former Manchester United manager is the favourite to take over following this weekend's clash with Valladolid, after which Santiago Solari will be sacked, and is likely to be named manager through the end of the season.
The hiring of Mourinho will not be on a full-time basis however, with Madrid still hoping to convince Zinedine Zidane to return to the club's bench for next season.
Tuchel set for PSG extension
The loss to Manchester United has not put the manager in any danger
The manager had agreed with PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaïfi on a new deal that extended him two years to 2022, along with a significant salary raise.
The club had planned to announce it following their expected advancement to the quarter-finals, but elimination by Manchester United does not appear to have altered their decision to extend Tuchel.
Monchi could leave Roma for Arsenal
The sporting director has had marginal input in the potential hiring of Claudio Ranieri and could be headed to London
Monchi was tied to Di Francesco and has had limited involvement over the potential hiring of Ranieri, signalling his possible exit.
Instead Monchi may head to the Gunners and re-unite with Unai Emery, who he worked with while the pair were at Sevilla.
Dusseldorf fighting to sign Lukebakio
The winger, 21, is on a season-long loan at Dusseldorf and has notched 12 goals and five assists in 25 appearances in all competitions, including a hat-trick against Bayern Munich.
His current club are hopeful of either extending his loan or securing the wide-man permanently, despite the interest shown from their Bundesliga rivals.
Ranieri on Roma's shortlist
Ranieri, who appears to be the favourite, took over from Slavisa Jokanovic at Craven Cottage but was unable to turn the club's form around and lift them out of the relegation zone, and was subsequently replaced by Scott Parker.
Barca admit De Ligt interest
"We have to talk about it in March, which is when we take the decisions, but his name is on the table," said Barca president Josep Maria Bartomeu.
The Catalan giants have already secured the signature of Frenkie De Jong from the Eredivisie side and are now after their other prized asset and club captain.
Raffael signs new deal
The Brazilian forward, 33, has struggled with injury this season, but he has scored four goals and recorded one assist despite playing just nine games in all competitions.
He has 106 goals in 185 appearances for the club.
Roma sack Di Francesco
The Giallorossi are three points off the top four in Serie A and suffered an embarrassing 7-1 defeat to Fiorentina in the quarter-final of the Coppa Italia, as well as losing 3-0 in their most recent derby against Lazio.
Alex Telles' extra-time penalty to dump Roma out at the last-16 stage of the Champions League appears to have been the final straw for the club's hierarchy, who begin the search for his replacement.
Bristol City land Marinovic
Marinovic has been brought in as cover for the injured Niki Maenpaa and Frank Fielding.
Real Madrid's four-man shortlist
Real Madrid have drawn up a four-man managerial shortlist as they look to appoint a successor to under-fire Santiago Solari, Goal understands.
Jose Mourinho, Mauricio Pochettino, Massimilliano Allegri and former boss Zinedine ZIdane are among those under consideration.
Gerrard unfazed by Morelos interest
He has said: "The interest and the speculation is not going to go away.
"That is something that we have to live with but we certainly see it is a compliment because I would be more concerned and more worried if no one was interested in my players."
Cedric unsure what future holds
The Portuguese full-back, who is currently on loan at the Serie A outfit, has said: “I will always give my best on the pitch, then at the end of the season we’ll see the decision: if they keep me, fine, otherwise, life goes on.”
Newcastle hope £40m deal will make Benitez stay
Mourinho tempted by PSG post
Furious Ramos tells Perez that he'll leave
Spain star in huge row with Blancos president
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos told Florentino Perez that he will happily leave the club if they pay up his contract.
And after club president Perez questioned the attitude of the Blancos players, Ramos - who missed the match through suspension - stepped in to defend the rest of the squad.
Solskjaer to be given Man Utd job
Red Devils ready to make appointment
The Norwegian is currently impressing in an interim role, but it is now merely a matter of time before the details of a full-time contract are thrashed out.
Pepe price tag set by Lille
Raffael pens fresh terms
Billing yet to make future call
Philip Billing has given no thought to a summer switch away from Huddersfield.
The highly-rated 22-year-old has been tipped to make a move if the Terriers slip out of the Premier League, but has told BBC Radio Leeds of his future: "I am just concentrating about here, to be honest. I am just trying to do my best.
"Personally, for me, I think it's been what a lot of people see as a breakthrough season - I think it has been, for sure - but I know how much more there is to come from myself."
Campo won't be linking up with Chelsea
Madrid open talks with Mourinho's agent
Sarri figures on Roma's radar
Blues boss wanted back in Serie A
The Italian coach has seen his future at Stamford Bridge called into question and could be offered a route back to his homeland after just one season in England.
Milan chasing Chiesa
The 21-year-old winger has been in fine form for the Viola this term, sparking interest from a number of clubs.
Rodgers puts Wilson deal in doubt
The Foxes are interested in bringing the young winger to the King Power stadium, while the Anfield side are keen to see the 21-year-old playing top-flight football.
A perceived lack of trust in youngsters on Rodgers' part, however, could see Liverpool opt to farm Wilson out to a different Premier League club.
Poyet backs Sarri over Zidane
Former Chelsea midfielder Gus Poyet has backed Maurizio Sarri to keep his job and make a success of his time at Stamford Bridge despite rumours linking the club with Zinedine Zidane.
Speaking exclusively to Goal, the Uruguayan feels that another change of manager could be detrimental to the club, pointing to Pep Guardiola's bumpy first season in charge of Manchester City as an example to consider.
BVB make Eggestein contact
The 22-year-old playmaker's contract with Werder expires in 2020, meaning a failure to capitalise on the player could see him leave for free.
A sum of €30 million (£25m/$34m) has been mooted and would represent a record sale for the Weserstadion side.
Bayern join Dybala race
The Argentine has struggled for form this term, raising significant questions over his claim on a guaranteed starting spot.
Man Utd told they need five summer signings
Ex-Manchester United full-back Gary Neville believes that his former club
Pointing to the leadership abilities boasted by Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk and the poor form of Alexis Sanchez, Neville believes the Red Devils are in need of fresh faces across all areas of the pitch.
McGinn quashes Leicester talk
John McGinn continues to be linked with Leicester but has offered no indication that he is looking for a move.
Asked where he sees himself in five years, the Scotland international said: "Hopefully still at Aston Villa, playing in the Premier League. We all know this club belongs in the top-flight, so hopefully I will be involved in that.”
Sarri expecting Chelsea stay
Klopp to shun any approach from Madrid
Everton starlet signs professional deal
Leipzig lining up £20m Abraham
Sancho to snub Man United for Dortmund stay
Midfielder set to stay in Germany despite interest from Old Trafford
The 18-year-old wants to show his loyalty to the Bundesliga side and hopes to continue his footballing education at the German club for the next few years before making any move away.
'No way' Solksjaer doesn't get Man United job - Neville
Gary Neville says that Wednesday's win over PSG leaves zero chance that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer won't be appointed as Manchester United's full-time manager.
The Norwegian helped the club pull off a stunning comeback against the French giants and their former defender says it leaves no doubt about who should be the club's new boss.
“There is no way he is not going to get the job,” he told Viasport.
Whitecaps sign draft pick McDonough
Galaxy make Corona signing official
Milan set Romagnoli price tag
The Red Devils are the apparent main suitors, though Milan remain hopeful that they may be able to keep hold of Romagnoli.
Kroos to swap Madrid for Man City
Midfielder to make Premier League move this summer
The Germany international is reportedly in advanced talks with Pep Guardiola about a swap to the Eithad Stadium and the Premier League.
Kroos has been a mainstay of Madrid since his arrival in 2014 from Bayern Munich.
Lille boss admits Pepe retention 'difficult'
Lille currently sit second in the French top-flight, behind Paris Saint-Germain, after being embroiled in a relegation battle last season.
Bayern join Dortmund in Zaha pursuit
Dortmund were already a rumoured suitor for the Eagles star but now look set to duke it out with the Bavarian giants for his signature.
Team-mate Aaron Wan-Bissaka also remains of interest to the German pair.
Spurs chase Lazio keeper Strakosha
Mauricio Pochettino’s side however will likely face tough negotiations in their attempts to prise the young shotstopper away from Serie A.
Lloris, a World Cup winner with France last year, has been with Spurs since 2012.