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Sarri moves out of London home


Maurizio Sarri has moved out of his London home, signalling an appointment at Juventus is close, according to

Sarri is believed to be nearly ready to move to Turin, with only permission from Chelsea holding up the move.

The Blues are still searching for a replacement for Sarri, with Frank Lampard and Massimiliano Allegri believed to be the frontrunners for the job.

Mbappe wants to play for Zidane


Kylian Mbappe wants to play for Zinedine Zidane, though a move to Real Madrid may still prove difficult, according to AS.

Madrid president Florentino Perez is wary of upsetting Paris Saint-Germain, and wants Mbappe to take the steps to demand an exit.

The next step is Mbappe to make clear his intentions to PSG coach Thomas Tuchel, if he wants Madrid to make a move. 

Man United offer Mata new deal


Manchester United have offered a new deal to Juan Mata as Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia head the list of players leaving the club.

Mata, who joined from Chelsea in January 2014, has been linked with a free transfer abroad.

But the former Valencia and Chelsea midfielder has been handed the chance to sign fresh terms by United, meaning he could yet extend his time at Old Trafford.

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Real Madrid complete Hazard signing


Chelsea star Eden Hazard has completed a move Real Madrid in a deal worth €100 million (£88m/$112m), and signed a contract through June 30, 2024, the La Liga club have announced. 

Goal previously reported the deal is worth a minimum €100m, but can rise to €140m (£124m/$146m)  with incentives. 

The club announced Hazard will be presented as a Madrid player on June 13. 

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Schalke keen on Everton's Kenny


German outfit Schalke are leading the race to sign Everton and England Under-21 defender Jonjoe Kenny on loan, report the Liverpool Echo.

The 22-year-old is available for a temporary move, with Burnley also interested in taking him on for the season if he opts against a move to the Bundesliga.

Rangers step up bid for Olsson


Rangers have held talks with defender Martin Olsson as the club step up their search for a left-back, as reported by the Sun

The Sweden international is out of contract after leaving Swansea last month, and spoke with Ibrox bosses last week. 

Barcelona interested in Rashford


Barcelona have reached out to Manchester United regarding Marcus Rashford, according to Sport.

The club sees Rashford as a versatile player that can play on either side as a winger, making him an ideal fit for the club's attack.

Rashford's current deal runs through 2020, but Utd is hoping to sign the attacker to a new deal through 2024.

Stuttgart sign Stenzel on loan


Stuttgart have confirmed the signing of Pascal Stenzel on loan from Freiburg.

The 23-year-old right back has played 65 Bundesliga matches, including 21 last campaign.

 "VfB has set a clear goal to return to the Bundesliga," the defender said. I look forward to this challenge, and I want to do my part to ensure that we have a successful season and join the climb together. "

Vorm leaves Tottenham as contract expires


Goalkeeper Michel Vorm has departed Tottenham following the expiration of his contract. 

Vorm joined the club in July 2014 and made 47 appearances during his time with the team.

Spurs also announced the departures of Development Squad players Dylan Duncan, Charlie Freeman, Tom Glover, Connor Ogilvie and Jamie Reynolds.

Liverpool confirm retained list


Liverpool have announced that Academy graduate Connor Randall and goalkeeper Adam Bogdan will leave the club this summer, following Daniel Sturridge and Alberto Moreno as Anfield exits.

Randall and Bogdon made eight and six appearances under Jurgen Klopp, respectively, as the two now depart the Champions League winners.

Academy players Juanma, Conor Masterson, Glen McAuley, Corey Whelan and Ben Williams are also set to leave the club this summer, while contract offers have been made to Bobby Adekanye, Daniel Atherton, George Johnston, Abdi Sharif and Edvard Tagseth.

Sessegnon wants Spurs move


Ryan Sessegnon has told Fulham that he will not renew his contract with the club, according to the Guardian.

The English winger has his heart set on a move to Tottenham, who have been tracking him for several years.

Sessegnon's contract with Fulham expires next summer, and the club will be afraid of losing him for just training costs should he play out his current deal before leaving. 

Baines offered Everton extension as Williams leaves the club


Leighton Baines has been offered a one-year extension to remain with Everton as he could extend his stay with the club into a 13th season.

Meanwhile, fellow defender Ashley Williams is set to depart, following Phil Jagielka out of Goodison Park.

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Sevilla, West Ham and Arsenal chase Jordan


Eibar's Joan Jordan has earned the admiration of several clubs as teams in Spain and England are looking to secure his signature, according to Marca.

Sevilla, ValenciaVillarreal, Arsenal and West Ham are in the mix for the midfielder, whose current deal expires in June 2020.

The favourites at the moment are Sevilla, but a recent West Ham offer has seen the Premier League side jump right into the race.

Atletico Madrid eye move for Alonso


Atletico Madrid are looking to sign Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso this summer, Goal understands.

Chelsea are open to a sale, but will not sanction a move until a new manager is appointed at Stamford Bridge.

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Everton hire new assistant


Everton have confirmed the hiring of Luis Boa Morte as new assistant manager.

The former Portuguese international featured for Fulham, West Ham, Arsenal and Southampton throughout his career.

"I’m very happy to be joining Everton, a big club with so much history and tradition," he said.

Real Madrid may target Eriksen ahead of Pogba


Real Madrid are considering signing Christian Eriksen instead of Paul Pogba, according to The Independent.

The Blancos feel a deal for the Tottenham midfielder will be easier to complete, given his desire to seek a new challenge this summer.

Madrid also fear that Man United's Pogba may cost within the region of £150 million ($191m) and would prefer to bring in a new midfielder for a more reasonable fee.

Vermaelen set for Olympiakos switch


Barcelona defender Thomas Vermaelen is set for a move to Olympiakos this summer, according to AS.

The Spanish champions have decided not to extend the Belgian's contract, which expires at the end of June.

Vermaelen's time at Camp Nou has been disrupted by injuries and he only managed eight La Liga appearances in total last season.


Maddison want to stay at Leicester amid Man Utd links


Leicester City midfielder James Maddison wants to stay at the club despite interested from Manchester United - according to The Sun.

The Foxes are demanding £60 million ($76m) for a prized asset, but he wants to remain at the King Power Stadium for at least one more year.

Maddison created more clear chances than any other player in the Premier League last season and contributed seven goals to Leicester's cause.

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Atletico table €18m offer for Hysaj


Atletico Madrid have submitted an €18 million ($20m, £16m) offer for Napoli full-back Elseid Hysaj, according to ESPN.

The Italian giants are thought to be holding out for a fee within the region of €25 million ($28m, $22m), with Juventus also interested in the 25-year-old.

Hysaj has two years remaining on his current contract with Napoli but is likely leave the club after four seasons having fallen down the squad pecking order.

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Doubts cast over Jagielka to Celtic deal


Phil Jagielka has become a free agent after reaching the end of his contract at Everton, but Steven Naismith is not expecting anything to come of talk regarding a possible switch to Celtic.

A move to the Scottish champions has been mooted for the vastly-experienced defender.

He is now 36 years of age but is considered to still have something to offer at the top level in domestic football.

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Real Madrid to sign Mendy for €55m next week


Real Madrid will complete the signing of Lyon left-back Ferland Mendy for €55 million ($62m, £49m) next week, according to ESPN.

The Frenchman underwent an initial medical evaluation by Madrid officials in Paris this week and the transfer will go through after the latest round of international fixtures.

Mendy appeared in 30 Ligue 1 matches for Lyon last season, scoring two goals.


Barcelona considering move for Buffon


Barcelona are mulling over the option of bringing in Gianluigi Buffon as back-up to Marc-Andre ter Stegen, claims Sky Sports.

The veteran Italian goalkeeper is leaving Paris Saint-Germain this summer but is not planning on hanging up his gloves at 41 years of age.

That means he could complete a shock switch to Camp Nou, with the Liga champions preparing to grant Jasper Cillessen his wish of a transfer elsewhere.


Christensen makes U-turn on Chelsea future


Andreas Christensen is no longer considering a move away from Chelsea, with the Danish defender now happy to remain at Stamford Bridge.

The 23-year-old has said: "I’m not wondering about my future now and I haven’t done that for some time."

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Inter ask about three Madrid stars


Serie A side Inter have expressed an interest in three Real Madrid players, claims Calciomercato.

Antonio Conte would be keen on taking Mateo Kovacic, Nacho and Marco Asensio from the Blancos.

How will Hazard fare at Real Madrid?


'I would like Sane at Bayern'


Manchester City winger Leroy Sane would be a "great" signing for Bayern Munich, according to Joshua Kimmich.

He has said in Bild: "I would like to have Leroy at Bayern, that would send the right message."

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Chelsea transfer ban appeal confirmed


The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) have confirmed that Chelsea have appealed their two-window transfer ban.

FIFA punished the Blues after they were found to have broken rules regarding the registering of young players.

Here is the latest on a long-running saga.

Inter close in on Barella


Inter are closing in on a deal to sign Nicolo Barella from Cagliari, according to Calcio Mercato.

Negotiations between the two clubs have reached an advanced stage, with the 22-year-old currently valued at around €50 million ($56m, £44m).

Barella contributed one goal and three assists in 35 Serie A matches for Cagliari last season.

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PSG may submit another offer for Idrissa Gueye


Paris Saint Germain may submit a fresh offer for Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye this summer, according to Le 10 Sport.

The Senegal international handed in a transfer request after the Ligue 1 outfit tabled a £21.5m (£27m) offer in January but a proposed move failed to materialise.

Gueye helped Everton finish eighth in the Premier League last season, racking up 33 appearances in total.


Rondon set to open talks with Fenerbahce


Venezuela striker Salomon Rondon is set to discuss a summer transfer to Fenerbahce - according to The Sun.

Newcastle are stalling on offering the 29-year-old a permanent deal after he spent last season on loan St James' Park from West Brom.

Rondon contributed 11 goals and seven assists in 32 Premier League games for the Magpies last season.

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Everton want Tottenham's Rose plus cash for Digne


Everton have told Tottenham they must offer Danny Rose plus cash in exchange for Lucas Digne, according to the Daily Star.

The Toffees are reluctant to lose a prized asset, but Mauricio Pochettino was impressed by the Frenchman's debut Premier League campaign.

Everton would consider a deal which includes Rose, who was a target for the club in 2018. 

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Man Utd eyeing Tielemans to replace Pogba


Manchester United want to bring Youri Tielemans to Old Trafford if Paul Pogba leaves the club this summer - according to The Independent.

Real Madrid and Juventus have been heavily linked with the Frenchman, who is thought to have grown frustrated with United's recent struggles on the pitch.

AS Monaco midfielder Tielemans, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Leicester, is available during the transfer window and is being considered to fill Pogba's boots.

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Galaxy to pay $12m for Boca's Pavón


The LA Galaxy are preparing to pay $12 million (£9m) for Boca Juniors winger Cristian Pavon, according to ESPN Argentina (via MLS Buzz.) 

The deal would including a 30 percent sell-on clause for the South American side. 

De Jong hopes De Ligt will join him at Barca


Frenkie de Jong is hopeful Netherlands team-mate and Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt will join him at Barcelona.

The defender is a hot target this summer, with both Manchester clubs, Liverpool, Juventus and PSG all linked. 

But the midfielder is hoping he'll make the choice to join the Spanish champions. 

"Of course I would like him to come to Barcelona but we will see what happens," De Jong told reporters. "It's up to him."

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Palace eye Dutch duo


Crystal Palace are interested in signing Dutch duo Jerdy Schouten and Thomas Ouwejan, according to the Daily Mail.

The Eagles have been scouting the Netherlands extensively this summer as they plot their summer recruitment.

As a result Excelsior midfielder Schouten and AZ defender Ouwejan have emerged as key targets.

Barca eye Buffon move


Barcelona are considering a move for former Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, report Sky Italia via Mundo Deportivo.

The Catalan side see Buffon, 41, as a potential replacement to back-up goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen, who wants to leave the club this summer.

Turkish side Fenerbahce are also interested in Buffon, who is a free agent after leaving Paris Saint-Germain.

Fenerbahce to hold Rondon talks


Fenerbahce are set to hold talks with West Brom striker Salomon Rondon, according to The Sun.

The Venezuelan striker enjoyed a successful season on loan at Newcastle and the Magpies remain keen on a permanent deal.

Wolves are also interested in the 29-year-old but Fenerbahce could now be moving ahead of the Premier League duo with the club due to hold talks with Rondon's agent in the coming days.

Coutinho asks to leave Barcelona


Philippe Coutinho has told Barcelona he wants to leave after just 18 months at the Camp Nou, according to Cadena SER.

The Brazilian forward has struggled for consistency since his move from Liverpool and feels a move would be the best way to regain his form.

However, Barca value Coutinho at around €90 million (£79.9m/$101.5m) and both player and club know few sides will be willing to meet that fee.

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Inter enter race for Rebic


Inter have emerged as frontrunners to sign Eintracht Frankfurt forward Ante Rebic, report Bild.

Rebic has been linked with a move this summer after a fine campaign with Frankfurt which saw the German club reach the Europa League semi-finals.

The Nerazzurri are ready to pay the Croatia international in the region of €4million (£3.5m/$4.5m) a year to tempt him to the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium.

Inter in talks for Lazaro


Inter have opened talks with Hertha Berlin for winger Valentino Lazaro, report Sky Italy.

The Nerazzurri appointed Antonio Conte as new head coach last week and have moved quickly to begin strengthening the squad.

Austria winger Lazaro looks set to be the first new face, with negotiations under way for the 23-year-old's services.

Semplici and Gattuso in contention for Fiorentina job


Leonardo Semplici and Gennaro Gattuso are being considered for the Fiorentina job, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

Billionaire businessman Rocco Commisso completed his takeover of the Serie A club on Thursday and looks set to appoint a new coach to replace Vincenzo Montella.

SPAL boss Leonardo Semplici and former AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso, who left San Siro at the end of the season, are high on his shortlist.

PSG favourites to sign De Ligt


French champions leading race for Dutch star

Paris Saint-Germain are now the favourites to sign Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt, according to ESPN.

The 19-year-old is one of Europe's most sought-after talents with the likes of Barcelona and Manchester United linked with the young defender this summer.

However, PSG have now emerged as frontrunners thanks to the efforts of former sporting director Leonardo, who is due to return to the club after a six-year absence after leaving AC Milan.

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