Steer signs new Villa deal
The new deal caps a remarkable turnaround in fortunes for the 26-year-old, who spent the first half of the season on loan at League One Charlton.
However, he has been a regular under Dean Smith since returning to the club in January, starting their last five Championship games and keeping three clean sheets.
Edu announces retirement
Former Toronto, Rangers and Stoke midfielder Maurice Edu has announced his retirement from football at the age of 32.
Edu also had spells with Bursaspor, Philadelphia Union and Bethlehem Steel during his career as well as earning 46 caps for the U.S. national team.
I will forever be grateful I got to live my dream! It’s been a hell of a ride and I enjoyed every second. Thank you all! ⚽️❤️🙌🏾@umterps @torontofc rangersfc @stokecity @BursasporSk… https://t.co/QJSBJpmDCW— Maurice Edu (@MauriceEdu) March 18, 2019
Casillas would love La Liga return
Rayo Vallecano confirm Michel sacking
Rayo Vallecano have confirmed the dismissal of head coach Michel, with Ruben Reyes placed in interim charge.
Rayo have lost their last seven matches to slip to second-bottom in the table, six points from safety with just 10 games left to play.
COMUNICADO OFICIALhttps://t.co/MdvSjzjWWX— Rayo Vallecano (@RayoVallecano) March 18, 2019
Griezmann not fazed by Barca talk
Reports in Spain have indicated Griezmann is becoming unsettled at the Wanda Metropolitano and may be interested in joining Barca at the end of the season.
Arsenal target Pepe reveals Lyon interest last summer
Nmecha switches allegiance to Germany
The 20-year-old, who is currently on loan at Preston, has been called up to the Germany Under-21 squad for upcoming games against France and England.
Nmecha represented England from Under-16 through to Under-21 level but has now declared for Germany, the country of his birth and where he lived until the age of nine.
Al-Arabi to sign Gunnarsson
Qatari side Al-Arabi Sports Club have announced they are to sign Cardiff midfielder Aron Gunnarsson at the end of the season.
Reports claim the Iceland international has signed a two-year contract with the option of a third year.
Sarri future to be decided by Granovskaia
Sarri's position has again been thrown into doubt following Sunday's 2-0 defeat to Everton at Goodison Park, a fourth defeat in five Premier League away games.
If Chelsea do decide to sack the Italian then it will be a decision taken by Granovskaia rather than Abramovich, who has not been seen at Chelsea since April last year.
Real to revive interest in Mane
Zidane keen on Reds forward
Zidane is a long-term admirer of the Senegal international and considered a move for the forward prior to his departure from the Santiago Bernabeu last summer.
Now he is back in charge of Los Blancos Zidane is ready to revive his interest in the 26-year-old, who has scored 20 goals for the Reds this season.
Morgan excited for Leicester future
Michel sacked by Rayo Vallecano
Rayo are second bottom of the table and six points from safety with just 10 games left to play.
Michel took over in February 2017 after spending a year coaching in the youth system but has been let go as the club looks to arrest their terrible form.
Bayern consider Bale bid
Real Madrid star open to joining German champions
The Wales international keeps being linked with a move away from the Santiago Bernabeu, with Madrid reportedly ready to part ways with him at the end of the season.
Manchester United and Tottenham are the reported favourites, but it seems Bayern are ready to enter the picture after asking about Bale when meeting with the Madrid hierarchy to discuss the future of James Rodriguez.
Leicester captain Morgan signs new deal
Wes Morgan has signed a one-year contract extension with Leicester, it has been confirmed.
The Foxes captain's deal was set to expire at the end of the season but he is now tied to the club until 2020.
Morgan, 35, has made 700 appearances for Leicester and is delighted to continue his stay at the King Power Stadium.
"It means a lot to me. We’ve been through so many ups and downs together as a football club," he told the club's website. "I’ve been right at the heart of it from the very beginning, so to extend my time here means very much to me and I’m very happy."
Arsenal line up Gelson Martins bid
The Gunners' interest has not gone away, however, and they could return in the summer with another bid for him.
PSG considering Griezmann move
The French champions are one of only a handful of clubs who could afford to pay Griezmann's €200million (£171m/$227m) release clause.
Man Utd to send Pereira out on loan
The Red Devils triggered a 12-month extension on Pereira's contract last week but are keen to secure his long-term future.
Should the 23-year-old sign a new deal then he is likely to spend next season out on loan, with Leicester among a number of clubs interested in the Brazilian.
Man Utd advised to change transfer target
A new centre-half is expected to figure prominently on the Red Devils’ wish list when the next opportunity to add presents itself, but former Premier League title winner Vidic believes United should be looking for midfield creativity over defensive strength.
Real Madrid eye De Gea move
Los Blancos hope to exploit the current contract impasse between de Gea and the United hierarchy, who have so far refused to meet the Spaniard's wage demands.
De Gea's current deal expires in 2020 so would be free to sign a pre-contract agreement with rival clubs from next January.
Nasri playing for his future
The 31-year-old linked up with the Hammers on a short-term deal in January.
Arsenal considering Solly swoop
Wolves want Jimenez stay
Wolves skipper Conor Coady is hoping a deal will be done to turn Raul Jimenez’s loan deal into a permanent transfer.
He has told talkSPORT of the Mexican striker: “It would be good if we could keep hold of Raul, it really would. It feels like he’s been at the club for a long time and we want to keep him there for as long as possible.”
Man United not planning to move for Bale
Due to the Welshman's age (29) and his market value, the Red Devils will not be pursuing his signature when the transfer window reopens.
Bale's future at Madrid is uncertain after Zinedine Zidane's return as manager, but United are reportedly focused on signing emerging young talent instead.
Herrera set to sign for Atletico
Amid plenty of interest from a number of top European clubs, the Mexican has chosen the Wanda Metropolitano as his next destination, with a five year contract reportedly on the table.
Herrera has featured in 38 matches across all competitions for Porto this season, scoring six goals.
Morelos intends to make Premier League move
Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has revealed that he intends to head to the Premier League at some stage having recently been linked with Leicester.
A new contract has helped to curb the exit talk for now, but more is expected in upcoming transfer windows and Morelos admits that he is eager to test himself in England.
Read the full story on Goal.
Chelsea happy to lose Hazard on a free
The Belgian forward, who continues to be heavily linked with Real Madrid, is tied to terms through to the summer of 2020 and is yet to commit to an extended stay at Stamford Bridge.
Ex-Chelsea & Madrid man Essien has new club
Tottenham scouts impressed with Jota
Spurs representaives were impressed with the 19-year-old during the 3-0 victory for the Portuguese giants, which saw them progress to the quarterfinals of this year's competition.
Jota has been mooted as one of a number of possible targets for Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino this summer, as he aims to reinforce his squad.
Man United had a helicopter ready for Bale, says Moyes
Those at Old Trafford believed that they were well in contention at one stage, despite Madrid having moved to the front of the queue.
Bale appeared to open the door for discussions with United, with a more lucrative deal on the table, but a man who has been heavily linked with the Red Devils again in recent windows ended up leaving Moyes empty-handed.
Read the full story on Goal.
Pochettino still in Man Utd picture?
Thye former Spurs midfielder said in the Daily Mail: “Regardless of Tottenham’s recent poor run of form, he remains the strongest candidate and would become an even more attractive option should United’s season not finish on a high."
Juventus plotting Eriksen bid
Griezmann to Barca?
Newcastle readying Rafa extension
Newcastle are preparing to tie Rafa Benitez to fresh terms and end the uncertainty surrounding his future, reports the Chronicle.
The Magpies have made it clear that they are willing to put an extended agreement in place whenever the Spaniard is ready to commit.
Marcelo set to stay at Real Madrid
Returning Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane is ready to restore the Brazilian to the starting line-up at Santiago Bernabeu on a regular basis.
Marcelo fell down the pecking order at Madrid under Santiago Solari and Juve had been hoping to lure him to Italy when the transfer window reopens.
Real Madrid target bargain deal for Icardi
The Argentine forward was stripped of the captaincy at San Siro amid an ongoing contract dispute and Los Blancos are hoping to capitalise on his situation.
Icardi has a €110 million ($125m, £94m) release clause in his current contract, but Madrid will target a bargain deal for the 26-year-old.
Emery interested in luring Djene to Arsenal
The Spanish coach is a keen admirer of the 27-year-old centre-back and tried to bring him to the Emirates Stadium last summer.
Emery was present at the Mestalla to watch Valencia's 0-0 draw with Getafe on Sunday and was impressed by Djene once again, as he starts to line up targets for the next transfer window.
€70m Richarlison price tag puts off Milan
The Toffees are reluctant to lose their most prized asset and will only listen to offers in the region of €70 million (£60m, $79m).
Richarlison has scored 12 goals in 29 Premier League appearances for Everton this season.
Juventus interested in Sanchez
The Italian giants are prepared to offer the Chilean a way out of Old Trafford, but only if he is willing to take a hefty pay cut.
Sanchez has only managed to contribute one goal and two assists in 17 Premier League games this term.
Arsenal consider Overmars after Monchi snub
Overmars is currently the technical director at Ajax, and is now seen as the favourite for a front office role with Arsenal.
The former winger played for the club from 1997-2000.
Pique not planning another Griezmann documentary
Antoine Griezmann is being linked to Barcelona once again, but Gerard Pique insists there's no plans for another documentary.
The French striker announced via a film last summer that he had opted against joining Barcelona in favour of a stay with Atletico Madrid.
But the forward has been linked with a move once again, prompting rumours that say he could join Barca this summer.
Balotelli planned Rashford celebration against PSG
Mario Balotelli planned a special celebration if he were able to score against PSG, according to Canal+.
The Italian planned to unveil a shirt with a photo of Marcus Rashford if he scored on Sunday, poking fun at PSG's elimination at the hands of Manchester United via the English striker's penalty finish.
Balotelli, though, was held scoreless as PSG wen to earn a 3-1 victory over Marseille.
James: I'm happy at Bayern
Chelsea could sack Sarri over international break
Maurizio Sarri could be sacked over the international break, according to the Express.
Complicating matters is Chelsea's upcoming transfer ban, making the job less appealing while also not allowing the club the chance to truly rebuild.
Real and Atletico eye Brandt move
The winger has caught the attention of a number of top clubs
Real consider €150m Salah bid
The La Liga side are considering their options
Los Blancos are looking for a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo after the Portuguese departed for Juventus last summer, and Hazard is said to be their first-choice target.
Barbet confirms Brentford contract talks
The defender's current deal is up at the end of the season and no agreement has yet been reached with the Championship club.
Barbet was linked with a move to Aston Villa before the January transfer window, although he has enjoyed more regular game time since then due to the departure of Chris Mepham to Bournemouth.
Nacho could leave Real
The Spanish giants are considering bringing in aditional cover for their first-choice centre-back pairing of Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane, and there is a suggestion Nacho could make way for the new arrival.
Nacho is used as a versatile option across the back four by Real and has been regularly recognised by the Spanish national team for his performances at Santiago Bernabeu.
Sarri has Higuain concerns
The Argentine has struggled since his January arrival
The Argentine has only netted once since he scored twice against Huddersfield.
There remains uncertainty over whether Higuain can remain at Stamford Bridge at the end of the campaign due to their upcoming transfer ban.