Toronto sign Laryea
Metgod leaves Forest
Nottingham Forest director John Metgod has left the club to take on a new role as assistant coach of the U.A.E national team.
"I have very much enjoyed my time at the club and I would like to wish Martin [O’Neill] and the team the best of luck for the remainder of the season,” Metgod told the club’s website.
"Everyone knows about my love for the people at the club and in the city so this was a very difficult decision for me. The club is moving in the right direction both on and off the pitch and it is a very exciting time for all connected, especially the supporters."
Derby extend Huddlestone contract
Heber signs for New York City
New York City have announced the signing of Heber from Croatian side HNK Rijeka.
Heber told NYCFC.com: “I’m feeling super motivated for this new challenge in my life. I hope to reach great things with my new teammates for this club.
“When they showed me the project and what they plan to reach, those were the fundamental points that helped my decision to come to NYCFC.
“I saw the project and the whole structure, videos about the league and the city, these were all very important aspects. I’m sure it will be an amazing step in my career."
Real keen on Kane and Mane
Real Madrid are fans of Harry Kane and Sadio Mane claimed European football commentator Kevin Hatchard.
However, Hatchard does not expect either to join Los Blancos anytime soon.
“Kane and Mane are not realistic, because they’ve recently signed long-term contracts,” the commentator told talkSPORT.
“Mane has always spoken in glowing terms about working for Jurgen Klopp. He seems very happy and Liverpool are clearly heading in the right direction
“I’d be very surprised if he made that move to Real, and it’s the same with Harry Kane. Kane is very much Mr Spurs and as long as Mauricio Pochettino is there I think Kane will stay.”
Barca and Real want Skriniar claims agent
“Real Madrid want to sign him, so do Barcelona,” claimed Mital Halis, a partner at the Star & Friends agency which takes care of the player's interests.
“Whoever can convince Inter to let him go will sign him this summer. Skriniar is a model professional.
“If Real Madrid want him, they could get him but there are other agents who have a vested interest in taking players where they want.”
Suarez believes he can salvage Arsenal career
Hoeness reveals Man City transfer policy
Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has revealed that Pep Guardiola travels to see Sheikh Mansour and shows him videos of a transfer target to get the green light to make a big-money signing for Manchester City.
Guardiola was Bayern head coach for three years from 2013 to 2016, winning three Bundesliga titles and two DFB Pokal trophies, and is seemingly still in touch with Hoeness.
And the 67-year-old has now insisted that the Spaniard has told him that he flies over to see City owner Sheikh Mansour when he is eager to push through a big transfer, showing him video clips of the player in action.
Eriksen likely to join Madrid
Alaba could be interested in Premier League switch
The versatile Austria international has played 335 games in all competitions for the Bavarians during his career, carving out a reputation as one of Europe's top left-backs over the years.
Man City want Camara
City are reportedly keen on bolstering their youth squads, and according to the Evening Standard, plan on bringing the Portuguese underage international to the Etihad.
EFL clubs announce transfer window changes
The EFL have announced that clubs in League One and Two will be given an extra three weeks to sign players this summer.
The window closed on August 9 in 2018 with clubs from the third and fourth tier claiming this did not give them enough time to make signings given their smaller budgets and scouting teams.
However, the EFL announced in a statement that sides in League One and Two will now be given until the end of August to sign players, but this change will not apply to Championship clubs.
“By adopting this approach, EFL clubs have been given the opportunity to determine the direction of travel, with our priority ensuring that everyone has a clear understanding of the arrangements as soon as possible so as to ensure plans can be put in place for next season,” said EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey.
“This week's vote indicates strong support for a difference in approach across the Championship and Leagues One and Two and proposals will be finalised ahead of a formal vote at an extraordinary general meeting in April,” he added.
Higuain facing testing future fight
The 31-year-old moved to Stamford Bridge in the January transfer window after Chelsea took over the loan from AC Milan, but he has only three goals in 10 appearances and is struggling to justify the £31.3 million it would take to make a stint in west London permanent.
Barcelona fear battle for De Ligt
Palace plotting bid for Burke
Liverpool want to sell Karius
The German shot-stopper has not impressed in Turkey since signing a two-year loan deal with the Black Eagles and the Reds are reluctant to bring him back to Anfield.
Everton face Inter fight for Gomes
Fulham identify Wagner as managerial candidate
Scott Parker was given the job of head coach on an interim basis after the Cottagers sacked Claudio Ranieri in February.
The Englishman remains a candidate for the permanent role but Wagner's name is also being discussed, two months after leaving his post at Huddersfield.
Roma to target Sarri if he gets sacked by Chelsea
Blues boss Sarri continues to be focused on his work at Stamford Bridge, although he remains under pressure as he oversees what has been a disappointing season up to now.
Claudio Ranieri was recently appointed as Roma's head coach until the end of the season following the departure of Eusebio Di Francesco, meaning there will be an opening with the Serie A side in the summer.
Read the full story on Goal.
Real Madrid will target Felipe Anderson if they miss out on Hazard
According to Sky Sports, the European champions have identified Hazard as their number one target, but Chelsea may keep hold of the Belgian if their transfer ban is upheld.
Anderson is being lined up as a backup option for Madrid, with a £65m ($85m) deal mooted.
Ajax scout Ruben Rochina
Officials from the Johan Cruyff Arena were impressed by the 27-year-old's performance and are now contemplating a summer approach.
Rochina has contributed two goals and seven assists in 21 appearances for Levante across all competitions this season.
Atletico interested in Ruben Dias
The 21-year-old has a 60m ($68m, £52m) release clause in his contract with the Portuguese giants which is due to run until 2023.
Atletico scouts were present to watch Dias in action for Benfica during a 4-0 win over Moreirense in the Primeira Liga on Sunday.
Napoli target Lozano
Club boss Carlo Ancelotti has made the Mexican his number one transfer target this summer, but the Italian giants are likely to face stiff competition for his signature from Manchester United.
Lozano has contributed 15 goals and six assists in 24 Eredivisie appearances for PSV this season.
Zabaleta to hold future talks with West Ham
Pablo Zabaleta is to hold discussions with West Ham regarding his future, claims the Evening Standard.
The experienced Argentine defender is due to become a free agent this summer, but Manuel Pellegrini would like to see the 34-year-old handed a 12-month contract extension.
Liverpool still keen on Hudson-Odoi
Arsenal to rekindle Nkunku interest
Willian wants Chelsea stay
'Griezmann is at home in Madrid'
Lazio looking to land Moreno
Having slipped down the pecking order at Anfield, and with his current deal expiring, the 26-year-old left-back is set to be on the move as a free agent.
Bale key to Real Madrid move for Pogba
Blancos plotting Man Utd raid
Those at the Santiago Bernabeu are keen to add proven performers to their books and hope a deal could be done with Manchester United involving a Wales international who has been linked with a switch to Old Trafford for some time.
Jovic ready for Barcelona?
Chong leaves loan door open
Pogba would be great for MLS, says Rooney
The English striker's debut campaign in America delivered 12 goals and a playoff berth, while the 2019 season has already seen him record his first hat-trick in MLS.
Rooney believes World Cup winner Pogba, who he played alongside across two spells at Old Trafford for the Frenchman, could make a similar impact if he ever decides to cross the Atlantic.
Read the full story on Goal.
Kompany set for new Man City contract
Man City defender Vincent Kompany is in talks over a new one-year contract at the Etihad Stadium - according to the Evening Standard.
Pep Guardiola wants to retain the Belgian's services despite his consistent injury issues, given his influence on the pitch and in the dressing room.
Kompany has only started eight Premier League games this term, falling behind John Stones and Aymeric Laporte in the pecking order at the club.
Bayern agree deal to sign Atletico's Hernandez
The Bavarians will sign the Frenchman on a four-year contract after meeting his €80m ($91m, £69m) buy-out clause at Wanda Metropolitano.
Hernandez has featured in 21 matches across all competitions for Atletico this season.
Kovacic doesn't want to return to Madrid
According to Marca, the Croatian would prefer to join another club in the Premier League if the Blues reject the chance to sign him on a permanent deal.
Kovacic has featured in 40 matches across all competitions for Chelsea this season.
Solskjaer wants to offload Man Utd trio
According to the Daily Star, the Norwegian has decided that Sanchez doesn't fit in with the ethos of his squad and his time is already up at Old Trafford.
Meanwhile, Rojo and Valencia will likely be sold to make room for younger talent, after slipping down the pecking order this season.
Spector picked Hibs over MLS
Former West Ham and Birmingham defender Jonathan Spector says he chose a move to Hibernian over offers in Major League Soccer.
The U.S. international had an injury-hit stint with Orlando City and landed with the Scottish side last week.
And while Spector says he had offers to stay in his homeland, he claims he was excited to move back across the Atlantic.
"The Scottish game is similar to what I was used to in the Championship with Birmingham - fast and physical. There is good quality that sometimes is overlooked."
Veracruz to have $25m to invest in squad next season
Veracruz will be looking to make a major investment in the playing squad ahead of next season as the club looks to solidify its place in Liga MX.
The club has struggled to keep pace in Mexico’s top flight, but Mediotiempo claims that there are already plans in place to pay the fine to stay in Liga MX and the club will invest up to $25 million (£19m) in playing staff to ensure the avoidance of relegation in the future.
Krstajic: Jovic can 'certainly' play for Barcelona
Luka Jovic has all the potential to play at a club like Barcelona, according to his international manager Mladen Krstajic.
The striker was on target against Germany on Wendesday, and has been linked with a move to join the Spanish giants this summer.
And Krstajic see no reason why his star man wouldn't be a hit with the La Liga giants, saying: "He certainly has the potential to play at such a club."
McInerney back on trial with Montreal
Jack McInerney could be back in MLS soon.
The Montreal Impact announced that the club's former forward was back in on trial.
McInerney scored 45 times for five teams across a seven-year MLS career.
De Jong asked Koeman for Barca advice
De Jong will link up with La Liga leaders Barca for the 2019-20 season after agreeing a move for an initial fee of €75 million (£65m/$85m), and he has now confirmed that he turned to a club legend for some advice on the move.
"I've asked him a lot. I know that he's been successful over there," De Jong told reporters on Wednesday.
Kompany in talks for new Man City contract
Man City tracking Benfica's Joao Felix
Dortmund join in Hudson-Odoi chase
The German side are looking at the Chelsea youngster
Chelsea have already turned down one big bid from Bayern for their young star, and with a transfer ban looming they may not be willing to let him leave at all this summer.
Dortmund set £100m Sancho price
Man Utd will be forced to make a massive outlay on the youngster