Brazilian winger Martinelli set for Arsenal
The 17-year-old, who can also play behind the striker, is reportedly in Europe to finalise the deal. It is said he will sign in June when he turns 18.
A pacy player, it was thought that Ituano wanted up to £8.7m ($11.25; €10m) for him, but it appears Arsenal have beaten several Brazilian clubs to his signature for a cut-price fee.
Lerager moves to Genoa permanently
The 25-year-old joined the Serie A team in the January transfer window on a loan deal with the obligation that he would become a Genoa player if he played at least 50 percent of the club’s 18 remaining games.
Lerager made his 11th appearance in the 1-0 loss to Torino last Saturday, ensuring his permanent transfer to the Italians.
Klinsmann could take over at Hertha
France Football reports that Jurgen Klinsmann could take over as Hertha manager.
Klinsmann has been out of a job since being sacked by the United States in 2016, and Hertha manager Pal Dardai has announced his intention to step down at season's end.
Newcastle and Everton have also been linked with a move for Klinsmann, whose son Jonathan is a goalkeeper at Hertha.
RB Leipzig want to extend Smith Rowe loan
RB Leipzig are hoping the renewed loan will also contain an option to purchase the teenager.
Arsenal planning to sell several players this summer
Unai Emery will have a transfer budget of as little as £45 million ($58m) this summer, meaning he'll have to sell to raise more funds to buy players.
That means Shkodran Mustafi, Mesut Ozil, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Carl Jenkinson, Mohamed Elneny, Calum Chambers and David Ospina are all candidates to be sold.
Liverpool pushing to sign Aouar
The 20-year-old has drawn plenty of attention from European giants with his displays this season, having scored seven goals and added four assists in Ligue 1 this term.
Lyon are resigned to losing midfielder Tanguy Ndombele this summer and as such, are determined to not to sell Aouar as well.
Saliba signs extension with Saint-Etienne
Saint-Etienne defender William Saliba has agreed a two-year contract extension that will tie him to the club through 2023.
Saliba, 18, made his Ligue 1 debut in September and has gone on to make 11 more appearances in the French top flight.
Man City prepared to break transfer record for Rodri
The club view the Atletico Madrid midfielder as a long-term replacement for Fernandinho
Pep Guardiola is looking for a long-term replacement for Fernandinho, with the Brazilian turning 34 next month.
Rodri's release clause is €70 million (£60.6m/$78.4m), which would narrowly surpass the club-record fee of £60m that City paid for Riyad Mahrez in the summer.
Solskjaer urged to sell Man Utd rebels
Former Manchester United star Steve Coppell has urged Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to sell any players who don't want to be at the club.
Transfer talk has surrounded some of the club's most high-profile players, including Paul Pogba and David de Gea.
And Coppell believes it will be to the club's benefit if players eyeing the exit door are given their wish, no matter how talented they are.
Bayern not planning Jovic bid
Goal understands that the Bundesliga champions are more keen to sign a winger, however, with Robert Lewandowski still at the top of his game through the middle and Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery nearing the end of their careers out wide.
Pep rubbishes Mahrez sale reports
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has put to bed rumours that Riyad Mahrez is looking for a way out of the club.
The Mail reported on Monday that the Algeria international is unhappy with the amount of playing time he is being afforded at the Etihad and could look for a new club in the summer.
Guardiola, however, has rubbished said report, insisting that both the club and the player are happy and that Mahrez will be with the club for the next three seasons.
Simeone delighted with Oblak extension
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone has expressed his joy regarding goalkeeper Jan Oblak's decision to extend his contract with the Spanish capital club.
The loss of Thibaut Courtois to Chelsea back in 2014 seemed a huge loss for the Argentine trainer, but the Slovenian, whom Simeone referred to as 'probably the best keeper in the world, has exceeded expectations.
Stoke ready to part with £30m Butland
The Championship club realises Jack Butland needs top-flight football to follow his England dream, and will let him go, but not for less than £30m ($39m), say The Telegraph.
Stoke believe Butland can command a fee similar to Jordan Pickford, who quit Championship Sunderland for Everton in a record fee for an English goalkeeper of around £30m.
Man Utd consider Meunier move
Belgian eyed as Valencia replacement
Crystal Palace's Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Tottenham's Kieran Trippier are both on the list of potential candidates to fill the role at Old Trafford, though Meunier would likely represent the cheapest option.
The 27-year-old will enter the final year of his deal at Parc des Princes this summer and with another Ligue 1 title sewn up a move elsewhere is likely to interest a reported United fan who has grown tired of limited playing time under Thomas Tuchel.
Chelsea to offer Hudson-Odoi new contract
His injury will almost certainly have cooled Bayern Munich's interest, but Chelsea could step in with a new contract offer for their young star, who had forced himself into their first team before his setback.
The paper reports that the winger could expect to earn £100,000 ($130,00) per week from a new deal.
Ryan Babel says he'll leave Fulham after the season
Relegated Fulham have been dealt a blow by on-loan star Ryan Babel.
Babel has been influential since joining in January, but his aspirations to play in Euro 2020 for the Netherlands mean he will seek top-flight football, preferring to remain in England, according to NBC Sports.
That's assuming that Benitez, whose future is unclear, remains at St James' Park.
Liverpool set price for Atleti target
Grujic has only made eight substitute appearances for Jurgen Klopp's men since signing in 2016, spending the second half of last season on loan at Cardiff City in the Championship.
He has impressed on loan at Hertha Berlin this year with coach Pal Dardai calling him the best midfielder the club has had in 20 years.
Ronaldo wants Joao Felix at Juventus
Cristiano Ronaldo would like to see his fellow Portugal international, and Jorge Mendes client, join him with the Bianconeri.
AS reports that Ronaldo has recommended that Juve sign the 19-year-old, though they face stiff competition and a hefty price tag.
The youngster has bagged 13 goals and seven assists in just 21 games in the Portuguese top-flight this year.
'Zaha's desire to leave is understandable'
Wilfried Zaha has the quality to succeed at the highest level, according to Scott Dann, who would understand if his Crystal Palace team-mate wished to leave Selhurst Park.
The Eagles defender has said: "He has not said anything untoward. He is striving to be the best he can be and if that means he has to move on at some stage then that is the way it goes."
'Arsenal require as much change as Man Utd'
Man City to break record for Rodri
The 22-year-old has a £70 million ($91m) release clause in his contract, with Pep Guardiola prepared to trigger that in order to land a long-term successor to Fernandinho.
Vieira to be future Arsenal boss?
Arsene Wenger believes Patrick Vieira is destined to return to Arsenal in a managerial capacity at some point in the future.
The ex-Gunners boss has told Canal Football Club: "I see him as the Arsenal coach one day because I think he is too young to go directly into international football."
AC Milan interested in Richarlison
That performance is only adding to his fee, reports the Italian source, who claim Everton value the player at at least €75m (£65m/$84m).
Milan must be able to offer Champions League football to enitce the player, the website reports.
Chelsea interested in Coutinho
Coutinho apparently angered some sections of the Barcelona support when he celebarated his Champions League goal by cupping his ears towards the Camp Nou crowd.
Any business for Chelsea will be dependant on them overturning a two-year transfer ban imposed by UEFA.
Three clubs in for Liverpool's Camacho
The 18-year-old midfielder said on Instagram recently he's unhappy with how he's being used at Anfield and is stalling on signing a new contract.
Sporting Lisbon, who had a bid rejected for the player in January, are also reported to retain an interest.
Newcastle must keep Benitez - Lascelles
Club captain Jamaal Lascelles has said it's vital Newcastle retain manager Rafael Benitez.
'It's a bit of a silly question - yes, of course' Lascelles said, in the South Shields Gazette, when asked about keeping Benitez, .
Benitez has been with the Magpies since the 2015-16 season, when he was unable to stop them being relegated.
He oversaw them retuning to the Premier League a the the first time of asking, and they finished 10th last term and sit 13th this season.
Manchester United chase James
The 19-year-old defender has been on loan with Wigan this season, and has impressed during his time in the Championship as he's appeared 43 times while being named to the Team of the Season.
James is under contract through 2022, having signed a new deal with the club before going out on loan.
Inter Miami pours cold water on Moreno linkss
Moreno had been linked with David Beckham's club, which is set to begin MLS play next year, but McDonough says there's no truth to the report.
"We have not had discussions with Moreno or his representatives," he said.
Fowler named Brisbane coach
Manchester United's foreign stars frustrated with club
English defenders Ashley Young, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and Luke Shaw have all agreed new contracts this season.
Three Madrid players could be forced out
Llorente and Reguilon both enjoyed playing time under Santiago Solari, but they have seen their minutes dry up since Zidane returned to the helm.
Likewise Ceballos, who admitted previously he probably would have left had Zidane remained after last season, seems unlikely to be in the coach's plans.
De Gea wants assurances before new contract
Despite an impasse over wages and agent fees, the goalkeeper would prefer to remain with the club over a move to Real Madrid as he feels he has a negative relationship with some in the Spanish media.
But De Gea is among the players who have concerns over the club in the transfer market and wants assurances the Red Devils will have the structure in place to compete for titles.
Robben’s potential next destinations
After over 300 games, over 140 goals and at least 18 trophies, Arjen Robben's Bayern Munich career will end this summer.
The end of his contract means he can choose whichever club he wants to move to next as Bayern will not need a transfer fee for his services.
Tottenham to battle Juventus for £40m Sessegnon
However, Juventus are the latest entrants into the race to sign Sessegnon, hoping to inject more youth into their ageing squad.
Mahrez threatens to quit Manchester City
The star attacker is frustrated by lack of starts for the reigning champions
Mahrez has grown frustrated by his lack of playing time this season, as he's made just 13 starts in the Premier League this term.
He believes his talent makes him worthy of more time and has complained to that end, only to find himself an unused substitute in the club's last three games.
Palace target Grealish as Zaha replacement
The Aston Villa winger remains a Tottenham target
Zaha has spoken of a desire to leave Palace for a team in the Champions League, and Palace are willing to let him go if a team ponies up £80 million ($104m).