Real and Man Utd consider Allegri
Allegri has led Juve to a commanding 16-point lead at the top of Serie A this term and that dominance has attracted interest.
Although United might offer the permanent job to caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Real are reportedly ready to replace Santiago Solari at the end of the season.
David Brooks signs new deal
Soares to return to Southampton
Soares joined the Serie A side for a loan fee of £400,000 in January and Inter have an option to buy him at the end of the season for £9 million.
But the Milan club will now look to bring in Mateo Darmian from Manchester United instead.
'Returning one day would be an honour' - Seedorf dreams of Real job
Clarence Seedorf says it would be an honour to return to Real Madrid as manager one day.
Los Blancos are widely tipped to part ways with current boss Santiago Solari this summer, with Mauricio Pochettino among the favourites to replace him.
Seedorf was considered for the vacant job at Santiago Bernabeu at the end of last season but Real opted to appoint Julen Lopitagui instead.
Tottenham consider 17-year-old trialist
Odegaard offered to Ajax
The Norwegian is currently on loan at Vitesse in Eredivisie and is yet to break into the Real first team after his high-profile move in 2015.
Odegaard said he does not no where his future lies next season and that he will see what his parent club wants for him.
Real make Eriksen offer
Barca, Real & Chelsea must wait for Jovic
Eintracht Frankfurt sporting director Fredi Bobic is coy on the future of 21-year-old striker Luka Jovic.
But Bobic insists the forward's future will not be decided for some time.
Dzeko and Manolas eye Premier League move
Dortmund after Zaha as Pulisic replacement
Zaha may be hard to pry free from the London club, as he signed a new contract through 2023 last August and reports indicated Palace wanted £70 million ($92m) for him last summer.
Milan eye Barca youngster
Milan are considering a move for on-loan Barcelona defender Marc Cucurella.
Milan are apparently willing to part with $11 million (£9m/$12m) for the player.
Toronto FC sign Pozuelo as third DP
Terms of Pozuelo’s transfer and contract were not disclosed beyond that he becomes their third designated player, after Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore.
However, reports have put the transfer fee as high as $11 million (£9m), with Pozuelo set to join Toronto after the close of the Belgian top-flight regular season, March 18.
Foden needs to leave Man City like Sancho - Ferdinand
Rio Ferdinand has urged Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden to leave the reigning Premier League champions in search of more first-team football like former team-mate Jadon Sancho.
Foden has made 20 appearances this season for City, but 13 of those have been from the bench as a substitute as the youngster is down in Pep Guardiola's pecking order.
Ferdinand believes Foden may have to follow in Sancho’s path and depart the Etihad Stadium to help his development as a promising young player.
'Pogba won't leave Man Utd now'
A fellow Frenchman and World Cup winner has told bwin: “I think there was a time when he was eyeing a move to Barcelona and I wouldn’t be surprised if his agent still is, but the best thing Pogba could do would be to stay at Manchester United.”
Rondon wants Newcastle stay
Salomon Rondon is hoping that a productive loan switch from West Brom will be turned into a permanent transfer by Newcastle.
He has told the Chronicle: "They know what I want and what my family want.
"I have spoken with them and made it clear. If there is an opportunity for me to be here - I'll stay here 100%."
Bayern plotting bid for Arsenal youngster
Bale doesn't want to leave Madrid
Jonathan Barnett has told Sky Sports: "There has not been one single discussion about Gareth leaving Madrid. He isn't going anywhere this summer. Despite what's been reported, he's content, he wants to stay at Real and they want him."
Buffon snubbed ‘very big offer’ from Man City
The iconic Italian goalkeeper has told BT Sport: "I had a very big offer from Manchester City, when they started to build the team and become the most important side in Europe."
Spurs keen on teenage forward
Barcelona release Samper
Barcelona have cancelled the contract of midfielder Sergi Samper amid reports of an impending link-up with Andres Iniesta at Japanese side Vissel Kobe.
Samper, 24, leaves Barca after never really living up to his early promise, having been highly rated when coming through their La Masia academy.
Samper ends his Camp Nou career with a record of just 14 first team appearances in total, during an era which Barca were gifted with a plethora of world-class midfield talent.
Read the full story on Goal.
Arsenal step up Cengiz Under pursuit
According to Calcio Mercato, Unai Emery is a keen admirer of the midfielder and hopes he can be lured to the Emirates Stadium when the market reopens.
Under has contributed three goals and five assists in 18 Serie A appearances for Roma this season.
Spurs like the look of Skov
Diame unsure on Newcastle future
Mohamed Diame is unsure if Newcastle will hand him the three starts he needs for an automatic 12-month contract extension or allow him to drop into the free agent pool.
The Magpies midfielder has said: "They know I want to stay. But it's not about me, it is about the club and what they want to do. I am focused on the job of staying up and there will be time in the summer to think about this."
Bayern prepare €120m Asensio swoop
With Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery leaving the Allianz Arena this summer, the Bundesliga giants are aiming to bolster their attacking options.
Asensio has struggled for form at Madrid this season, contributing just five goals in 31 appearances across all competitions.
Liverpool will target Coutinho replacement this summer
Liverpool will make a move to land a ball-playing midfielder of the Philippe Coutinho mould in the summer transfer window regardless of where they finish in the Premier League, says Jamie Carragher.
The Reds are considered to be in need of somebody to fill Coutinho’s boots, with three goalless showings in their last four games across all competitions highlighting the need for a title-chasing outfit to find a greater spark.
Read the full story on Goal.
Moreno & Monreal on Barca shortlist
New Cherries deal for Brooks
Palace and Celtic tracking Bohinen
Allegri set for future talks with Juve
Rodgers wants to bring McGinn to Leicester
New Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers is hoping to tempt the the 24-year-old with a switch to the Premier League this summer.
McGinn has scored twice in 30 appearances for Villa in the Championship this season, while also contributing seven assists.
Arsenal line up Tagliafico swoop
Barcelona are hoping to sign Gunners stalwart Nacho Monreal this summer, which has left the English club searching for his possible replacement.
Unai Emery is looking to increase his options at left-back and Tagliafico is top of Arsenal's list, having impressed with his displays in the Eredivisie and the Champions League for Ajax this season.
Arsenal aiming to sign Carrasco on permanent deal
Arsenal are interested in signing Dalian Yifang attacker Yannick Carrasco on a permanent deal this summer, after a failed loan approach in January.
Carrasco's £8m ($11m) per year wages may be a sticking point for the Gunners, but the club are still hopeful of brokering a deal.
Man Utd & Liverpool chasing Isco
The Spaniard has fallen way down the pecking order at Santiago Bernabeu in recent months and may be allowed to leave the club this summer.
Isco has only featured in 16 La Liga matches for Madrid in total this season, contributing one goal and two assists.
Liverpool target summer swoop for Maxi Gomez
Former Reds talisman Luis Suarez has recommended his Uruguayan teammate, with a £35m ($46m) now reportedly in the works between the two clubs.
Gomez has contributed nine goals and five assists in 21 La Liga matches for Celta Vigo this season.
Milan set to make offer for Sensi
The midfielder has appeared in 20 Serie A games for Sassuolo this season, providing one goal and two assists.
His performance against Milan over the weekend confirmed to the club that he was one for the future, and the club is expected to make a push for him in the summer.
Southgate eyes Townsend for England call-up
Perez frustrated after James calls Marcelo
Perez is frustrated that Real Madrid business is being discussed with a player not currently with the team, and it could impact Rodriguez's future upon the expiration of his loan go Bayern.
Rossi no longer training with LAFC
Giuseppe Rossi's training stint with Los Angeles FC is over.
The Italian forward, who is currently without a club, had been training with LAFC after recently working with Manchester United.
Rossi most recently played with Genoa but left the club following the 2017-18 campaign.
Giuseppe Rossi is not training any more with #LAFC being told he spoke yesterday with Bob Bradley and is gone. // el italiano nacido en New Jersey no está más a prueba con el equipo de Vela #MLS @RobAbramowitz @US_diarioas @kbaxter11 @arieljudas @UruAlejandro— John E. Rojas (@jrojasa75) March 4, 2019
Barcelona face Rakitic decision
Rakitic was promised an improved deal after the World Cup, but Josep Maria Bartomeu is facing the difficult prospect of balancing the club's wage bill.
Ernesto Valverde is eager to keep hold of Rakitic but, with clubs like PSG swirling, Barca could be forced to sell with Frenkie de Jong signed and Adrien Rabiot expected to join up as well.
Neymar: Nobody knows the future
Perez to fly to London this week to meet Pochettino
Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez is reportedly set to fly to London this week to meet with Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Don Balon claim that Real are still deliberating between the Argentine and former manager Jose Mourinho, but Perez has ruled out keeping Santiago Solari next season.
The 71-year-old is expected to step up his recruitment drive in the coming days, beginning with with his meeting with Pochettino.
After speaking with the Tottenham manager and Mourinho, Perez will then have a clearer idea of who he wants to manage Los Blancos in 2019/2020.
Morata: I had a bad time in the past
Morata has scored three goals in his last two matches for the Spanish club.