FFP could force PSG to let Neymar leave
Neymar wants a move to Real Madrid and the Spanish giants are eager to sign the Brazilian, but PSG will only let him leave if the club face Financial Fair Play troubles this summer, reports CalcioMercato .
Despite a somewhat sour relationship between PSG and Neymar, the club are not looking to let him leave unless financial issue dictate the move.
'Arsenal should avoid Martial'
Arsenal have been warned off a move for Anthony Martial by Perry Groves, with the Gunners urged to avoid anyone deemed not good for Manchester United.
The France international forward is among those expected to be moved on by Jose Mourinho when the next transfer window opens.
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Fabregas shrugs off Chelsea exit talk
Cesc Fabregas has shrugged off the latest round of speculation suggesting that he could leave Chelsea this summer.
The World Cup-winning midfielder was heavily linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge during the summer transfer window in 2017.
Gerrard backed for Rangers by Klopp
Rangers target Steven Gerrard will have the full support of everyone at Liverpool if he leaves to take up a managerial role at another club, according to Jurgen Klopp.
Former England international Gerrard is in his first season working in Liverpool's academy after choosing to start his coaching career at his boyhood club.
However, media speculation has linked the 37-year-old with Scottish club Rangers, who have Graeme Murty in charge until the end of the season following the departure of Pedro Caixinha last October - and Klopp has had his detailed say on the reports that you can read right here on Goal!
Wenger offered general manager job at PSG
Arsene Wenger has been offered a job with Paris Saint-Germain, though the French club are offering him a general manager position and want Thomas Tuchel to be head coach, according to Le10 Sport (via TalkSport.)
The job would allow Wenger to oversee transfer policy at the club along with working on all other aspects, including the scouting network.
Juve want to sign Lucas Rosa
The youngster has been on trial with Juve's youth teams and the club are now looking to offer him a contract for next season.
Vinicius Junior wants Neymar at Madrid
Future Real Madrid signing Vinicius Junior is hoping to one day line up alongside his idol Neymar - in the white of the current Champions League holders.
The Flamengo striker agreed a £39 million switch to the Santiago Bernabeu in July 2017.
Now the youngster wants to play with Neymar if Madrid can make it work.
“If God wants, Neymar and I will play together at Real Madrid," Vinicius explained to the Guardian .
Sarri open to Premier League move
The 59-year-old is in the frame to take over at Chelsea after Antonio Conte leaves the club.
Emery to leave PSG this summer
Paris Saint-Germain head coach Unai Emery has admitted that he will leave the Ligue 1 champions in the summer.
Despite winning Ligue 1 and the Coupe de la Ligue this term, the Spaniard's reign has been overshadowed by failure in the Champions League.
"I've told the players that I will leave," he told the press on Friday.
Barcelona to sign Rodrygo Goes
Barcelona are looking to sign 17-year-old Rodrygo Goes from Santos, Don Balon claims.
According to the report Philippe Coutinho has told his inner circle that the teenager will be joining the Spanish giants and that the deal is almost finalized.
Iniesta confirms Barca exit
Andres Iniesta has confirmed he is leaving Barcelona after 16 seasons at the club.
The 33-year-old held a special press conference to announce his exit from Camp Nou, having won 31 major trophies during his time at the club.
Wenger offered lucrative China deal
The outgoing Arsenal boss would rather move to another club in Europe, but the Chinese Super League hope a massive deal can tempt the French boss.
Mourinho rules out De Gea exit
Jose Mourinho has revealed that he has no plans to allow David de Gea to leave Manchester United in the summer.
De Gea has consistently been linked with a move to Real Madrid, with reports having suggested that the Spaniard may finally make the move back to La Liga at the end of the season.
It appears Mourinho will repel any attempt from Madrid to sign the player, however, replying "no chance" when asked if De Gea could leave United.