Philadelphia Union sign Fabian
The midfielder has become the club’s record signing, although there are few details on an exact fee at this stage.
“We have been targeting Marco as a creative midfielder and we are extremely happy to complete this deal to bring him to Philadelphia,” said Ernst Tanner, the club's sporting director.
Vargas joins Montreal on loan
Inter target Hysaj
The Italian outlet claim Inter have made contact with Hysaj’s agent and a deal for the right-back next summer is now a real possibility.
If the Serie A side are to sign him, it will come as a blow to Maurizio Sarri, who is to bring his former player to Stamford Bridge.
Bordeaux planning summer swoop for Silva
Yet, with Silva only joining on loan until the end of the season he could be available again next summer, and Bordeaux are hopeful they will secure his signature this time around.
Hamsik undergoes medical in Madrid ahead of Chinese move
Napoli’s Marek Hamsik has undergone a medical ahead of his reported move to Chinese club Dalian Yifang.
According to Calciomercato, the midfielder still expects the deal to go through despite Napoli blocking the deal on Thursday.
However, Hamsik’s decision to travel to Madrid suggests the deal will still go through.
Manchester United ‘make contact’ over Ndombele transfer
Ndombele is expected to be valued at around €80million (£70m) by Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas.
Milan want to sell Kessie to buy Bakayoko
The Serie A club have a €40 million (£35m/$45m) option to buy the on-loan midfielder, but lack the funds after the purchases of Lucas Paqueta and Krzysztof Piatek.
Chelsea are interested in Kessie, so a swap deal for the players may be possible, while Milan would add Hector Herrera on free transfer as well.
Corona eying MLS move
Club Tijuana midfielder Joe Corona is eyeing a move to Major League Soccer, sources have confirmed to Goal.
In the last year of his deal with Xolos, Corona has been limited to just a substitute role in Liga MX this season under new manager Oscar Pareja, with his only starts coming in the Copa MX.
However, the Galaxy may be amenable to a deal as they do not have interest in adding another midfielder.
Inter guarantee Miranda exit
The club kept Miranda through the winter because the only offers for his services were loan deals while Inter preferred a permanent sale.
With Diego Godin likely to arrive in the summer from Atletico, Inter is now willing to let Miranda choose the club he wants to join, so long as it does not hurt them financially.
Marsch in line for Red Bull Salzburg job
With Julian Nagelsmann set to take over at Leipzig in the summer, the club is aiming to land his old assistant Alfred Schreuder from Ajax, though the Eredivisie club has rejected an offer of €1 million as compensation.
Marsch would make way for Schreuder by heading to Salzburg to replace Marco Rose, who may end up replacing Nagelsmann at Hoffenheim.
Lucas Hernandez to hold Atleti talks
After serving as the subject of a January transfer bid, Lucas Hernandez will hold talks with Atletico Madrid over his future before the end of the season.
The French defender was linked with Bayern Munich in the window amid reports that the club was willing to meet Hernandez's relesae clause.
Cork City signs O'Connor on loan
O'Connor returns to the Irish club
“There are still a good few of the lads here from when I was here before, and the new lads seems bang on. It seems like a really good bunch and hopefully things will go well on the pitch," he said
"I want to get games, that is my main target, but we want to be challenging up around the top of the table as well. I am just hoping to come back, work hard and play as many games as possible.”
Coventry City add goalkeeper on emergency loan
Goalkeepers Lee Burge and Liam O’Brien both currently unavailable for Coventry due to injury.
Stockdale will be available to play on Saturday against Rochdale.
How will Arsenal line up next season?
Reports say Arsenal will only have only £45 million to spend this summer, but there promises to be plenty of movement around the Gunners squad.
With Petr Cech and Aaron Ramsey set to depart, and with Denis Suarez's future uncertain, Arsenal are expected to have a busy summer, especially if the club can figure out a solution surrounding Mesut Ozil's future.
Fabian flies to Philadelphia as move looms
Marco Fabian has flown to Philadelphia as a move to the Union inches closer, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The deal is not quite finished, but both parties hope to have it locked up as soon as Friday.
Messi tops Ronaldo as highest-paid player
Lionel Messi's monthly salary of €8.3 million (£7.3m/$9.5m) makes him the highest-paid footballer in Europe, ahead of the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Antoine Griezmann and Neymar.
Solari on Isco latest
Santiago Solari refused to respond to Isco's claims about a lack of opportunities at Real Madrid, but did hint the Spain midfielder needs to work harder in training.
Former Madrid midfielder Ruben de la Red warned the Spain playmaker that "Madrid don't wait for anyone" on Thursday, prompting Isco to respond on Twitter: "I agree with De la Red but when you do not enjoy the same opportunities as your team-mates, things change.
"I am still working hard and fighting while I wait."
And when asked about the situation, Solari insisted every player has to "train 100 per cent to be ready to play".
Scholes gets green light for Oldham job
Paul Scholes is free to take over as Oldham manager, according to BBC Sport.
An English Football League meeting has apparetly taken place to give the green light for the former Manchester United midfielder to take over, after fears that his joint ownership of Salford City could stop him getting the job.
The move would be Scholes's first foray into management, with the ex-England international having supported Oldham as a child.
Sarri: I want Hazard to be happy
Maurizio Sarri wants Eden Hazard to be "happy" and left it for the Belgian to decide if he wants to leave Chelsea.
As revealed by Goal, the Blues winger is keen to join Real Madrid and says he'll make an announcement over his future soon.
And while Sarri would be delighted if Hazard chose to stay at Stamford Bridge, he insists he should do what makes him happy.
Hearts want Ikpeazu extension
Hearts manager Craig Levein revealed on Friday that the club are in talked with Uche Ikpeazu's representative regarding a contract extension.
The striker has over a year left on his current deal, but injuries have seen the 23-year-old's playing time limited at Tynecastle.
Levein remains a fan despite his time spent on the sidelines, praising the former Reading youth for his performance against Livingston as he returned to action.
“"Even in the short period of time he was on the field on Wednesday he did some really good things," the ex-Scotland boss said.
"He ignited the crowd a little bit and got them excited. He has worked ever so hard to get himself back into shape. The physios have done a terrific job in getting him back in great condition.
"I'm really pleased to have him back and if the other night is any indication then he will take off from where he left before the injury. I'm working on that [extending his contract]. I'm speaking to his agent."
Roma prep new deal for Juve & Utd targets
Zaniolo performances this season have led to interest from Juventus, with the Old Lady said to have an offer of €50 million on the table.
The Giallorossi, however, are set to offer the 19-year-old midfielder a contract that would tie him to Stadio Olimpico until 2024, earning €1.5m per year.
De Rossi's will be the last contract he signs before his retirement, youngster Alessio Riccardi will sign a professional deal and the release clauses in Lorenzo Pellegrini and Kostas Manolas will be removed to ward off reported interest from Manchester United.
Rams take Ambrose on trial
Rams captain Curtis Davies fell to a season-ending injury this term, leaving Lampard's side short of options at the back.
"Nothing is signed and sealed yet," the former Chelsea midfielder told the press.
"Efe hasn't played a competitive match since the end of December. It was good for us to have a look at him in this way. If a deal is done, we will let everybody know.
"We know we needed a centre-back. I felt we would get someone but that didn't happen. Efe is here outside of the window and if he can come in then great.
"If not then we have two regular centre-halves that have been playing fantastically well all season."
Can Liverpool afford Keita waiting game?
Can Jurgen Klopp afford to play a waiting game though with a £53 million ($69m) addition as his side seek to chase down Premier League title glory?
Southampton to get Cedric back
Liverpool confirm £190m investment in players
Liverpool's latest financial results confirm they spent £190 million ($246m) on their squad, the biggest investment in players in the club's history.
The Premier League title challengers announced on Friday that turnover increased by £90m to £455m ($590m) in the year to May 31, 2018, while reports have suggested their £125m ($162m) pre-tax profit is a world record.
Gbamin leaves transfer door ajar for Arsenal
He told Goal and Spox: “I basically feel ready for the next step and can well imagine starting a new chapter."
Barca have faith in Coutinho
A talented playmaker will be given time in which to prove his worth, with there no immediate plans to part with a man snapped up from Liverpool in January 2018.
Why McManaman joined Madrid
Oxford has Bayern ambition
His agent, Aidy Ward, has told Fussball Transfers: “Reece is a big fan of Owen Hargreaves [who played for Bayern Munich between 2000 and 2007]. He always thought it would be great to play for a club like Bayern one day.”
Spurs face Milan competition for Herrera
No issues at Arsenal
Solskjaer outlines long-term Man Utd plans
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that he has already outlined his long-term plans for Manchester United to executive vice-chariman Ed Woodward.
The former Red Devils striker remains merely the interim boss at Old Trafford, but he is hopeful of being taken on permanently at the end of the season.
And he has now admitted he has a vision for how he would like the team to look in a few years.
Juventus eyeing Zaniolo
Zaniolo has burst onto the scene at Stadio Olimpico, scoring three goals in his last five matches for the Giallorossi.
The 19-year-old has now emerged as a target for Juve as they aim to sweep up all the brightest talents in the Italian game.
Listen up, Sarriball haters!
Chelsea's indifferent form in 2019 has seen some question whether Maurizio Sarri could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge before his first season is out.
However, Goal's Sam Lee believes Blues fans should be more patient with the Italian, and need only look at Sunday's opponents, Manchester City, for a reminder of how giving a manager time can pay off.
Inter consider move for wantaway Rakitic
Midfielder unhappy at Camp Nou
The Croatia international wants to leave Camp Nou after being upset by the signing of Frenkie de Jong and the Blaugrana's pursuit of Adrien Rabiot.
Inter have previously tried to sign Rakitic's international team-mate Luka Modric, but are now set to alter their scope and focus on the former Sevilla man.
Valverde wants to stay at Barca
Rumours had previously called the coach's future into question, but it is said that Valverde has the trust of Lionel Messi and the club's board, while fans have welcomed the return of a 4-3-3 set up.
Rashford set for bumper new contract
The report suggests the new contract would see Rashford signed up at Old Trafford until 2024.
'Prime years ahead for Jones'
“Phil knows what it takes to be a Manchester United player, he has won the Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League and is now one of the senior players within the team," boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said of the defender's renewal.
“He is coming up to his 27th birthday and entering into his prime years as a centre half.
"We are delighted Phil has committed his future to the club.”
“I am delighted to have signed a new contract," Jones said of his new contract, via Man Utd's official website.
"Manchester United has been a big part of my life for eight years and I love everything about this club.
“I am excited about the challenges that lie ahead of us as we prepare for a very busy period in the season.
"I would like to thank Ole and the coaching staff for their continued support in my development.”
Jones signs new Man Utd deal
Manchester United's Phil Jones has put pen to paper on a new contract that sees him tied to the club until 2023.
The Red Devils also have an option to extend that deal by an additional year.
Bayern want Schalke striker
Kuba to be paid minimum wage at Wisla
Jakub Blaszczkowski has signed a six-month contract with Wisla Krakow, but will be paid the lowest salary possible in a bid to aid the club's financial problems, przegladsportowy.pl reports.
'Kuba' has returned to the team with which he made his professional breakthrough, though the Polish side are struggling with debts.
The 33-year-old's return on a paltry salary marks a charitable gesture, with the winger also said to be helping the club out of their financial troubles using his own money.
The player had originally said he would play for the Ekstraklasa side for free, but rules in Poland state that professionals must be compensated.
The ex-Borussia Dortmund favourite will be presented by his former club on Friday.
Isco airs Madrid frustrations
Isco's time at Real Madrid could soon be at an end as the playmaker aired his frustration over a lack of opportunities at the club.
The Spain international has not started a Liga match under new coach Santiago Solari, leading to many questioning his future in the Spanish capital.
Former Madrid man Ruben de la Red recently spoke to AS, stating that the club 'waits for no one' as anyone not performing to the required level will be immediately replaced in the starting XI.
Isco took to Twitter and agreed with De la Red, but said that not being afforded the same opportunities as team-mates 'changes things'.
Fabregas hopes Hazard stays
“He has a year and a half left and he is happy at Chelsea and so is his family,” the midfielder said.
“But in the end they are very personal decisions. He likes Madrid and he has always said it.”
Juve want Isco & Marcelo in swap for Dybala
Don Balon claims the European champions see the 25-year-old as the ideal option to enhance their attack, but Juve are not willing to let him go easily.
He is valued at around €120m, but Madrid could knock that price tag down if they offer some players as part of the deal. Juve are interested in bringing Isco and Marcelo for a reunion with Cristiano Ronaldo and would be willing to part ways with Dybala if it meant they could land the duo.
PSG to return for Kante in summer
France star not ruling out Chelsea departure
The France star recently signed a new contract with the Premier League side, but PSG believe they still have a chance of bringing him to Parc des Princes in the next transfer window.
The report says Kante does not have a great relationship with coach Maurizio Sarri and is not ruling out the prospect of a summer move.
Dick Advocaat rejects Feyenoord job
Dick Advocaat has turned down the chance to replace Giovanni van Bronckhorst as Feyenoord manager.
The veteran coach, currently in charge of Dutch side Utrecht, had been highlighted as an ideal replacement for successful boss Van Bronckhorst, who will leave at the end of the season.
Advocaat has since confirmed he will not join the Rotterdam side, saying the negative response to the prospect of him taking the job convinced him not to follow it through.
"We held a meeting but I decided not to follow up on it," he told reporters. "Let me first say that I find it a great honour that Feyenoord has approached me but there has been such a negative atmosphere around my possible appointment that I simply do not want to do it."
Barca in long list of Joao Felix suitors
The 19-year-old Benfica attacker has attracted several of Europe’s top sides amid his breakthrough season in the Primeira Liga, in which he has scored eight goals in 22 appearances.
Barca have long been tracking the Portugal Under-21 international and could make a move for him this summer as the interest heats up.
De Gea to sign Man Utd extension
Goalkeeper to commit to five-year deal
The Red Devils have been working on tying the Spain international down to a new deal for some time, but negotiations have barely gotten off the ground amid the club’s struggles under Jose Mourinho.
United recently triggered a one-year extension in his contract, meaning he is tied to the club until 2020. But they are confident of ensuring he stays for the long-term, with a deal that will run until 2024 and see him earn £375,000-per-week waiting to be signed.