Ronaldo prefers Salah to Neymar
Cristiano Ronaldo prefers Mohamed Salah to join the club over the likes of Neymar, according to Don Balon .
Ronaldo is looking to be the club's No.9, and sees Salah as an ally more than a rival, as opposed to the Brazilian, who might challenge him as a leader of the team.
Because of Ronaldo's preferences, Madrid president Florentino Perez is ready to change course away from Neymar and go after Salah, who may be set to leave Liverpool if their £200 million price tag is met.
Man Utd considering re-signing Evans
Manchester United are weighing up the merits of re-signing Jonny Evans from West Bromwich Albion on a cut-price deal, The Sun reports.
WBA are said to have turned down bids from Man City, Arsenal and Leicester throughout the defender's time at the Hawthorns, but may be forced to part ways with the 30-year-old due to relegation.
It's claimed that Evans has a clause in his contract that states he can leave for £3 million in the event of West Brom's demotion to the Championship.
Bale linked with Spurs return
Gareth Bale has been linked with a return to Tottenham amid the uncertainty surrounding his future at Real Madrid, and Harry Redknapp says a Premier League homecoming would be “fantastic”.
With the Wales international having endured another injury-hit campaign in Spain, leading to him being benched by Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane, talk of a summer transfer is growing in intensity.
Rakitic plans Barca exit
Ivan Rakitic is prepared to leave Barcelona this summer in hopes of securing one last big European contract, reports Don Balon.
The Croatian is said to have offers from Manchester United, Juventus and Bayern Munich, among others, and knows at age 30, this may be his last chance to land a big deal.
It would be a bitter blow for Lionel Messi, who considers Rakitic as a key part of Ernesto Valverde's system.
Liverpool & Arsenal target 'definitely' leaving
Talented Schalke midfielder Max Meyer is "definitely" leaving the club when his contract expires at the end of the season, sporting director Christian Heidel has confirmed.
Meyer's future has long been the subject of speculation, with a number of major European clubs said to have been tracking him.
Arsenal eyeing €40m Rugani
Arsenal are keeping a close eye on Daniele Rugani's situation at Juventus and could make a €40 million move this summer, according to Calciomercato .
The 23-year-old defender is facing an uncertain future after struggling for game time in Turin and may be allowed to leave for the Premier League.
Iniesta to confirm Barca exit
Andres Iniesta is to announce his departure from Barcelona on Friday, according to Mundo Deportivo .
The World Cup winner is set to bring an iconic spell at Camp Nou to a close this summer and head to the Chinese Super League.
Alderweireld to walk away from Spurs?
Toby Alderweireld may be stuck in contract stalemate with Tottenham, but Sol Campbell cannot see him walking out to join an arch-rival such as Manchester United.
The Belgium international defender has seen his future called into question after failing, or refusing, to commit to fresh terms at Spurs.
Liverpool will reject any Madrid offer for Salah
Liverpool are prepared to reject any approach from Real Madrid for Mohamed Salah, reports the Daily Mail.
Salah has become one of the game's biggest stars this season, turning in a stunning campaign that has seen him score 43 goals and counting.
Though Madrid could be prepared to offer up to £200 million, the Reds will turn down any offers and are already considering improving the contract that Salah signed just last summer.
Man Utd to battle City for £50m Jorginho
Manchester United are ready to battle rivals Manchester City for Napoli midfielder Jorginho, according to the Mirror .
Goal reported earlier this week that City are nearing a deal for the Brazil-born Italy international, but United still hope to bring Jorginho to Old Trafford next season.
Any deal for the 26-year-old would likely cost in the region of £50 million.
Man Utd to rival Spurs for Sessegnon
Manchester United will battle Tottenham for Fulham wunderkind Ryan Sessegnon this summer, according to ESPN FC.
At age 17, Sessegnon has won the Championship Player of the Year award, drawing interest from big sides all over Europe with his performances.
Sessegnon is believed to prefer remaining in London, which has bolstered Tottenham's hopes.
Though Fulham are keen to hold onto the left-back, United hope to prise him away in the summer with a big-money offer.
Boateng casts doubt over Bayern future
Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng cast some doubt over his future with the Bundesliga giants, revealing he may search for new challenges.
Boateng has been at Bayern since 2011, winning six Bundesliga titles and a Champions League to go with numerous other trophies.
But the defender now says he must ask himself some tough questions after accomplishing everything possible with the Bundesliga giants.
City to resist Madrid offers
Manchester City will turn down any offers from Real Madrid for their stars, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Madrid are set for an off-season overhaul and could bid for several of City's key players, including Leroy Sane, Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and John Stones.
But City management are set to hold firm and tell Madrid that their star players will not be available at any price.
Barca step up interest in Ruiz
Barcelona have increased their interest in Real Betis midfielder Fabian Ruiz, according to Mundo Deportivo.
The Blaugrana have followed Ruiz for some time but have recently stepped up their interest, sending scouts to watch Betis face Atletico Madrid on Sunday.
The 22-year-old has a contract through 2023 with Betis, which includes a €30 million release clause.
Tottenham eye Portuguese trio
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is eyeing three Portuguese stars this summer, reports the Mirror .
In an effort to take the next step forward, Spurs will target Sporting Lisbon's Gelson Martins, Southampton's Cedric Soares and Wolves' Ruben Neves in the summer.
Martins would be an option on the wing, while Neves would strengthen Spurs in central midfield and Soares would be another option at right-back.
Leverkusen win Paulinho race
Bayer Leverkusen have won the race to sign highly rated Brazil U-20 star Paulinho, reports Globo Esporte.
The 17-year-old winger has drawn interest from Manchester City, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain among others in recent months.
But it appears the Bundesliga side are set to land the Vasco da Gama ace, who will sign in July when he turns 18.
Chelsea won't spend big in the summer
Chelsea are not prepared to spend big on new signings this summer, according to the Evening Standard.
Manager Antonio Conte is set to depart at the end of the season in part due to his frustration at the Chelsea board failing to back him in the transfer market.
But whoever succeeds Conte is likely to find that the situation in the market hasn't changed much, with owner Roman Abramovich unwilling to splash the cash that other Premier League sides will.
Real Madrid to move for Emre Can
Real Madrid are set to move for impending free agent midfielder Emre Can, according to Don Balon.
The Liverpool star has been strongly linked with Juventus, but has yet to sign a deal with the Italian champions as his contract winds down.
That has given encouragement to Madrid, who are increasingly confident they'll be able to land the German international on a free transfer.
Leno set for Leverkusen exit
Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno will depart the club this summer, reports Bild .
According to the report Leno has an option to get out of his current contract this summer, though the deal is set to expire in 2020.
Atletico Madrid, Napoli and Arsenal have all been linked with a move for the 26-year-old Germany international.
Juventus confident in Darmian signing
Juventus believe that Matteo Darmian will be one of their first announced signings this summer, according to Tuttosport .
The 28-year-old defender has fallen out of favour at Manchester United this season, making just six Premier League appearances.
And Juve are hoping to take advantage by bringing the Italy international back to Serie A, where he starred with Torino before moving to Old Trafford in 2015.
West Ham won't sign Hart
West Ham will not exercise their purchase option for on-loan goalkeeper Joe Hart, according to Metro .
Hart signed with the Hammers on a season-long loan with an option to buy from Manchester City, but a shaky campaign has convinced West Ham that he's not the long-term solution in goal.
The 31-year-old will return to City with one year remaining on his contract, and is likely to be sold in the summer.
Simeone distances himself from Arsenal job
Diego Simeone has distanced himself from the prospect of replacing Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager.
With Simeone's Atletico Madrid side set to take on Arsenal in the Europa League semi-final, the Argentine was questioned about taking over for the outgoing Wenger.
But Simeone insisted that he's happy in Spain and that he hadn't been in touch with Arsenal over their upcoming coaching vacancy.
West Ham target Mawson and Dunk
West Ham manager David Moyes has made defenders Alfie Mawson and Lewis Dunk his top targets for the summer, reports the Daily Star.
Swansea’s Mawson and Brighton’s Dunk have both enjoyed standout campaigns, with the former earning his first England call-up.
Mawson has also been targeted by Manchester United and Tottenham, and could cost in the region of £40 million.