Lyon well positioned for Giroud move
Giroud's contract with Chelsea is set to expire at the end of the season, and the 32-year-old's future is up in the air.
Lyon are interested in Giroud, and their ability to offer him a salary near the €3.5 million per year he currently makes, plus their likely spot in the Champions League next season makes them an attractive destination.
'I'm not happy here' - Renato Sanches
Bayern Munich midfielder Renato Sanches has given his clearest indication yet he will leave the club in the summer, saying he's currently not happy.
Sanches joined Bayern from Benfica in 2016 for €35 million (£30m/$40m), but his move hasn't worked out as hoped.
The 21-year-old has struggled for playing time during his spell in Bavaria, and took in an unsuccessful loan last season at Swansea City.
Kovacic wants to stay in Premier League
Kovacic is on loan from Real Madrid, and Chelsea will be unable to purchase him if their transfer ban isn't reversed or delayed.
Barcelona consider €80m Coutinho sale
Barcelona are ready to listen to offers for Philippe Coutinho, Goal understands.
Coutinho has struggled to live up to expectations since a €120 million (£103m/$136m) transfer from Liverpool last year.
The Barca board would be willing to discuss offers of in excess of €80m (£68.8m/$90.8m), a potentially big loss on their investment.
Pogba calls Real Madrid a 'dream'
The Man Utd star has set off speculation he could be set for a summer move
Pogba was linked with an exit from Old Trafford earlier this season as he feuded with Jose Mourinho, but his fortunes have improved under new boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
However, Madrid will be on red alert after reading what the France star said at a press conference Wednesday.
Morata understands Man City interest in Saul
Alvaro Morata has said he understands why Man City are reportedly interested in his Atletico Madrid team-mate Saul Niguez.
Reports emerged on Wednesday suggesting City have moved ahead of Barcelona in the chase for Saul.
Spurs and Chelsea watching Ake
The 24-year-old moved from Chelsea to the Cherries in 2017, and has impressed during his time playing for Eddie Howe.
The Blues could potentially land Ake by activating a €45 million (£39m/$51m) buy-back clause.
Gunnarsson to join Al-Arabi
Cardiff City midfielder Aron Gunnarsson will join Qatari side Al-Arabi at the end of the season.
نجحت إدارة النادي #العربي في التعاقد مع قائد منتخب ايسلندا لكرة القدم ارون #غونارسون ( ٢٩ سنة ) لاعب وسط فريق كارديف سيتي الإنجليزي لمدة موسمين مع قابلية التجديد لموسم ثالث . #Gunnarsson pic.twitter.com/8hr3xnWLM9— Al-Arabi Sports Club (@alarabi_club) March 19, 2019
With the Iceland international's contract set to expire, Gunnarsson will link up with his former international boss Heimir Hallgrímsson.
Coventry City reject 'extremely low' takeover bid
Coventry City have rejected a bid from a consortium led by former vice-chairman Gary Hoffman, calling the offer "extremely low", according to BBC.
Coventry City's owners Sisu Capital Ltd have yet to confirm where the club will play home games next season.
The Sky Blues' current rent deal at the Ricoh Arena is set to expire and the club could be expelled from the EFL.
Alves appears to deny agreeing to new PSG deal
Martinez unhappy in Atlanta
Gonzalo 'Pity' Martinez is unhappy after joining Atlanta in January, according to TNT Sports.
The midfielder made a big-money move from River Plate but has had trouble acclimating to Atlanta.
Atlanta, the defending MLS Cup champions, are still adjusting to new manager Frank de Boer and have struggled through the start of the MLS season.
Barca prepare bid for Jovic
The striker has scored 15 goals in 24 matches this season for Eintracht Frankfurt.
Lazio near deal for Liverpool's Moreno
Moreno is nearing a pre-contract agreement with the Italian club as he is set to leave Anfield after a five-year stay.
Former Liverpool players Luis Alberto and Lucas Leiva have also left the club to join Lazio in recent seasons.
Manchester United looking to beat Napoli to Lozano
The Red Devils are set to offload Alexis Sanchez and bring in the Mexican international as his direct replacement.
Manchester United's leadership prefer the idea of signing Philippe Coutinho, but are not willing to meet Barcelona's asking price.
That opens the door for the pursuit of Lozano, with Napoli unable to keep up financially with the Premier League side.
Castillo admits he regrets Dallas exit
Bayern Munich seal deal for Hernandez
Hernandez has been linked with the club for quite some time, and the report says a transfer was finalized several weeks ago.
The defender will sign a long-term deal this summer to remain with Bayern, who met his release clause with Atletico Madrid.
NYCFC sign striker Heber
NYCFC have found a new forward as the club is set to sign Brazilian striker Heber, according to Pro Soccer USA.
The forward is set to join from Croatian side HNK Rijeka having provided eight goals with four assists in 17 matches.
Heber can play as a left winger or as a striker, with the latter being a position of need for the club.
Pogba: Solskjaer deserves Man Utd job
Toronto FC loans Bakero to Phoenix
Sampdoria near American takeover
York Capital Management is nearing a deal to acquire the club as a series of "decisive" meetings will occur over the next several days.
Club legend Gianluca Vialli set to return as President once the takeover is complete.
Mourinho: I've turned down three or four jobs
Rayo Vallecano announce new manager Jemez
Rayo Vallecano announced that the club has hired Paco Jemez as the club's new manager.
Jemez, who is set to be unveiled on Thursday, managed the club from 2012-16 after previously featuring for the club as a player.
The manager most recently took charge of Las Palmas following a stint in Mexico with Cruz Azul.
OFICIAL | Paco Jémez nuevo entrenador del Rayo Vallecano hasta el 30 de junio de 2020.— Rayo Vallecano (@RayoVallecano) March 20, 2019
La presentación oficial tendrá lugar mañana jueves 21 de marzo a las 12:30 horas en la sala de prensa de la Ciudad Deportiva tras la sesión de entrenamiento del primer equipo. pic.twitter.com/gqfkyC0kjy
Giggs urges Ampadu to make loan move
The promising midfielder has only featured five times in cup competitions for the Blues this season, and Giggs believes he should follow in the footsteps of the likes of Harry Wilson and Ben Woodburn in seeking a temporary switch.
RB Salzburg wonderkid signs new deal
Red Bull Salzbirg wonderkid Dominik Szoboszlai, ranked 21st in Goal's 2019 NxGn list of the world's best teenage talents, has extended his contract with the club!
Mourinho: I've turned down three or four jobs
Jose Mourinho has revealed that he's keen to return to management in the summer and that he's already turned down a number of propositions.
The Portuguese, who was sacked by Manchester United in December, has insisted that he knows exactly the job that he doesn't want, and that he has already snubbed "three or four" offers.
Sancho is world's best teenager!
Bayern to splash the cash
Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has confirmed that the club will be involved in a summer spending spree as they look to refresh their squad.
And Hoeness says the club are in the process of "rejuvenating our team" and that it's the "biggest investment programme Bayern has ever had".
Giroud open to Lyon move
The Frenchman has struggled for game time at Stamford Bridge under Maurizio Sarri and is currently behind Gonzalo Higuain in the pecking order.
No new PSG deal for Dani Alves?
ESPN had claimed that an agreement had been struck to hand the Brazilian a new one-year deal, although his comments on social media appear to refute the story.
🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤥!! 😂 https://t.co/9JKQHEjCzM— Daniel Alves (@DaniAlvesD2) March 20, 2019
Casillas pens new Porto contract
Man City close to summer Saul deal
Fernandinho replacement found
It is claimed that Pep Guardiola has identified the 24-year-old as a long-term successor to Fernandinho after losing out on Frenkie de Jong to Barcelona.
Barca had also been keeping tabs on Saul, but have allegedly pulled out of the race to sign him after hearing City had made firm steps to push through a deal.
Suarez hits back at rumours
Johnson signs new West Ham deal
Eggestein in extension talks
Barca & Ajax discuss collaboration agreement
The report claims that
In Barca's case, they would be offered any breakthrough players from the Dutch side's academy, while Ajax would be given the pick of La Masia as the Catalan side look to prepare their own
The proposal is said to be being looked at favourably by both sides and the signing of De
Courtois says no to Real Madrid De Gea swap
The Real Madrid and Belgium goalkeeper, 26, wants to to remain at the Bernabeu after he joined the club from Chelsea last summer, despite being axed by returning manager Zinedine Zidane in favour of Keylor Navas.
Courtois is said to prefer the idea of a swicth to Paris St-Germain if he has to leave as Real as yet again linked with United's Spain No.1.
Benkovic to reunite with Rodgers at Leicester
Brendan Rodgers expects Croatian defender Filip Benkovic to feature for his Leicester side next season, according to the Mercury.
The 21-year-old was loaned to Celtic in the summer where Rodgers worked with him before moving to the King Power Stadium.
He is set to return to the Midlands as part of Rodgers' plans for the new season.
Alderweireld unsure of Tottenham future
Toby Alderweireld has said he does not know if he will be at Tottenham next season.
Spurs recently triggered a one-year contract extension in the 30-year-old's deal - which was set to expire at the end of this campaign.
But the new terms include a £25 million ($33m) release clause that can only be activated in the upcoming summer transfer window. Manchester United were strongly interested last year.
Liverpool to move for Dybala
The 25-year-old has scored nine goals in 35 Juve matches this season and manager Jurgen Klopp is said to be ready to make a move to boost his already strong frontline.
The Anfield club are ready to move fast with Manchester United and others said to be interested in the Argentine.
Man Utd vs Bayern for Griezmann
United are said to be the frontrunners to sign a player they have long been linked with along with Bayern Munich.
Falcao desires Atletico return
Antoine Griezmann seems likely to live this summer while Diego Costa's time with the club may be limited as well.
Falcao is interested in a potential move to Inter, but he would be unable to resist a chance to come back to Atleti.
Barca more likely to pursue Jovic over Griezmann
Barca are debating whether to sign a long-term replacement for Luis Suarez or a more short-term option.
Jovic is seen as the more feasible option instead of Griezmann, who would command a larger transfer fee.
Navas hits out at Solari
Keylor Navas criticised former Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari, saying he never felt he would get a chance under his former manager.
The Costa Rican is back in the fold under Zinedine Zidane, and Navas says he would like to stay at the club going forward if his time on the pitch can continue.
Juve and Madrid in for Kante
PSG have also been said to be interested, but remain a distant third on the list as Juve and Real remain the most likely landing spots.
Kante's role at Chelsea has changed this season, although a potential move isn't directly related to his relationship with Maurizio Sarri, according to the report.
Pjanic on Real Madrid's wish list
The midfielder is seen as "irreplaceable, but not unsellable" as several clubs remain interested in the Bosnian.
Vinicius: I chose Real Madrid project over Barca money
The winger says he visited both clubs, and conversations with Marcelo and Casemiro helped sway him.
Herrera agrees to new Man Utd deal
The midfielder becomes the fifth player to sign a new contract since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as the club's manager.
Herrera's contract is set to expire at the end of the season, but he has agreed to a deal that will keep him with the club going forward.
Benitez and Newcastle move closer to new deal
Rafa Benitez and Newcastle are closing in on a new contract, according to the Mirror.
The manager has been given a written offer for a new deal with the club but has yet to officially commit himself.
Benitez is unlikely to sign a deal that would include a handcuff clause and must also be guaranteed money to spend this summer.