Gracia plans Gomes sitdown
Bristol City sign Cundy
Bristol City have announced that the club has signed defender Robbie Cundy from Bath City.
The 21-year-old centre-back has signed a two-year contract with an option of a third year.
“Robbie is an exciting young talent and I’m delighted he has signed for Bristol City Football Club," Chief Executive Mark Ashton said.
“I am sure he will continue to flourish under the guidance of our dynamic coaching and performance staff.”
'I've been singing to Hazard to make him stay!'
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has been singing the Stamford Bridge chant of "Eden Hazard, we want you to stay" to the Belgian star in an effort to keep him at Chelsea.
Hazard is expected to depart Stamford Bridge for Real Madrid this summer, but Loftus-Cheek says he's doing everything in his power to keep his team-mate in London.
PSG face battle for Firmino
However, the Reds have no interest in selling the Brazilian or any of their big-name players this summer.
It is expected to be a relatively quiet summer for Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, who will focus on keeping what he has and only make one or two key additions.
Tottenham consider Brandt bid
The 23-year-old, who reportedly has a £21.5million ($27.6m) release clause in his contract, is seen as a potential replacement for Christian Eriksen should the Dane opt to leave north London.
Brandt is believed to be among a number of Leverkusen stars who would leave this summer if the club fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Mikel considering Premier League offers
Newly-promoted Norwich and Sheffield United are believed to be among the sides interested in the 32-year-old.
Chelsea eye Cavani and Asensio
Paris Saint-Germain are believed to be ready to offload Cavani this summer after breakdown in relations between the Uruguayan and teammate Neymar.
Asensio meanwhile could be used as a makeweight in any deal to take Blues forward Eden Hazard to Real Madrid.
Man Utd eye double Palace bid
Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to revamp his defence this summer with full-backs a priority following a disappointing season at Old Trafford.
United see Wan-Bissaka as the ideal successor to Ashley Young and the departing Antonio Valencia while Van Aanholt would provide competition for Luke Shaw.
Union to extend Monteiro loan
Monteiro joined the club on an initial four-month loan deal in March but Union Sporting Director Ernst Tanner says the club will exercise an option to extend that deal through to the end of the year.
Union also have the option to seal a permanent deal for Monteiro, who has two goals and two assists in six starts so far this season.
Abraham future rests on Villa promotion bid
Abraham has scored 26 goals for Villa during his season-long loan at the Midlands club and scored the decisive spot-kick in their penalty shootout victory over West Brom on Tuesday to reach the Championship play-off final.
Should Villa win that game and return to the Premier League then they will look to make Abraham's move permanent. If not then Leipzig are ready to make a £25million ($32.1m) bid for the 21-year-old.
Celtic eyeing Ranieri move
Neil Lennon is currently at the helm of Celtic as an interim manager after Brendan Rodgers joined Leicester in February.
Lennon's future is currently up in the air and Ranieri, who will depart Roma after this season, has emerged as a prime candidate to replace Lennon should he not be hired full-time.
Chelsea identify Lampard as Sarri successor
Lampard has impressed in his first season in charge of Derby County, taking the Rams to the Championship promotion playoffs.
The Chelsea legend could take over soon for Sarri, who has failed to convince in his first season at Stamford Bridge despite a third-place finish and a trip to the Europa League final.
McLeish: Rangers can challenge Celtic with the right recruitment
Celtic have now won eight consecutive domestic league titles, but McLeish has backed Rangers manager Gerrard to end that trend.
But McLeish believes that in order to do so, Gerrard needs the full backing of the Rangers board.
Barcelona tracking Gomes
Hoffenheim land Stafylidis from Augsburg
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Newcomer #️⃣2️⃣: Konstantinos #Stafylidis will join us from @FCAugsburgEN as a free agent, on a contract that will expire on 30th June 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣3️⃣.
"I'm dying to get out there and prove myself in this fantastic enviroment!" pic.twitter.com/SkImUfCsRF
The 25-year-old Greek international joins on a contract through the 2022-23 season.
Agent: Griezmann won't replace Coutinho
Philippe Coutinho's agent says that Antoine Griezmann won't be replacing the Barcelona star.
Griezmann is set to depart Atletico Madrid this summer with Barcelona being seen as the most likely landing spot.
Manchester United close in on James
Manchester United are nearing a deal for Swansea's Daniel James as it appears more likely the club will miss out on Jadon Sancho this summer.
According to the Standard, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to wrap the deal up quickly as he hopes to have the club's business done by July 1.
Solskjaer is looking to bring pace into the attack while also eyeing an improvement at right-back, where Aaron Wan-Bissaka is a target.
Sanchez's agent meets with Inter and Juve
Both Inter and Juve are interested, but Sanchez's current demands have been deemd to be too high by both clubs.
Because of that, the two clubs have, for now, pulled out of talks, but are prepared to reopen them should Sanchez's demands lower.
Jesus told to leave Man City
The Premier League champions are reportedly ready to offload the 22-year-old striker after his limited role in their Premier League and Carabao Cup winning campaign.
He has started just 20 of his 46 appearances in all competitions this season, netting 19, and Rivaldo feels he would be better off looking for another challenge.
Celtic, Rangers & Southampton in Aribo talks
Leverkusen could lose Tah, Havertz & Brand
Sport Bild claims the Bundesliga side could see Kai Havertz, Jonathan Tah and Julian Brandt all leave if they are not going to play in Europe's premier club competition next term, while Charles Aranguiz wants to go regardless of what happens.
Burnley let Ward, Lindegaard & Walters go
Burnley will say goodbye to Stephen Ward, Anders Lindegaard and Jonathan Walters this summer.
Ward and Lindegaard's contracts are expiring at the end of the season, while striker Walters will bring an end to his career.
Meanwhile, Peter Crouch, who joined the Clarets in January, will leave the club after his short stay at Turf Moor.
Inter, AC Milan & Atletico in battle for Insigne
Lorenzo Insigne is not short of options if he wants to consider his Napoli future this summer.
Corriere della Sera reports that Serie A rivals AC Milan and Inter are eyeing the Italy international as they look to strengthen their squad for next season, but Atletico Madrid have also entered the picture.
Although Atletico value him at around €55 million (£48m/$62m), Napoli are hoping to get around €80m (£69m/$90m).
Juve want Deschamps if Allegri joins PSG
Barcelona trigger £108m Griezmann clause
France star finally set to complete switch to Camp Nou
The France international confirmed on Tuesday that he will leave the Spanish side, having been constantly linked to a move away in recent years.
Barca look set to finally land the man they have been chasing for a long time and are prepared to trigger the 28-year-old's release clause
Navas to leave Real for PSG?
Navas has been dropped to the bench since Thibaut Courtois' arrival and is looking for first-team football. He could find it in the French capital.
Celtic plot move for Chelsea target Darcy
The 18-year-old made his professional debut recently when he came off the bench for a 20-minute appearance against Nottingham Forest.
He has attracted attention from the Scottish and English giants, but with the latter still fighting their transfer ban, Celtic could have the advantage in the battle.
PSG advance for Ajax star Neres
Everton, Atletico & AC Milan also eye Brazilian winger
Neres is ready to jump ship this summer after another stellar season with Ajax but a move is expected to cost the French side around €50 million (£43m/$56m).
Does Odegaard still have Real Madrid future?
Martin Odegaard has been a star in the Eredivisie for Vitesse this season.
The Norwegian star has scored seven goals and set up a further nine while on loan in the Eredivisie this season, but he is gearing up for a return to Madrid.
Semedo considers Premier League & Serie A interest
The 25-year-old only joined the club two years ago and has made 44 appearances in 2018-19 but he wants to start more often.
Premier League and Serie A clubs are interested in him and are ready to offer as much as €35 million (£30m/$39m) for him and the club are willing to let him go to finance other summer moves.
Man City, Barca & Bayern ready Rodrigo bid
The 22-year-old will follow Antoine Griezmann's lead in leaving the Spanish side at the end of the season. The three pursuing teams are ready to meet his release clause, while Atletico have identified Real Madrid's Marcos Llorente as their preferred replacement.
Neymar pushing PSG to sign Coutinho
The Brazilian pair have a close friendship and are eager to play alongside each other at club level. Coutinho is already being linked with a move away from Barcelona in the near future and Neymar hopes the ex-Liverpool star follows his lead in leaving Camp Nou for the French capital.
Ex-Wales boss Coleman sacked by Chinese club
Having won just one league game this season, Fortune sit second bottom in the Chinese Super League and Saturday's 3-2 defeat proved the final straw for the board.
"After friendly negotiation and agreement reached between the two parties, with immediate effect, Mr Chris Coleman will no longer serve as head coach," a statement from the club read.
Zaniolo to sign new Roma contract
The Italy international has confirmed he is ready to snub interest from many European heavyweights to continue his bright career in the capital city, and talks over a new deal have already begun.
"I still have four years left on my contract and I'm happy here. I see my future at Roma," he Sky Sport Italia.
"My agent will talk to the club at the end of the season... I'm positive about the [contract] renewal and I'm happy to stay."
Real Salt Lake's Plata headed to Liga MX
Robben unsure over his future plans
Arjen Robben says that retirement is an option as he ponders his future.
The veteran winger is moving on from Bayern Munich at the end of the season and says he hopes to have a decision on what his next step will be in the next couple of weeks.
Alexis could get £12m from Man United to not play
Manchester United could be forced to pay Alexis Sanchez £12 million to play for another team next season.
That would leave the Old Trafford outfit on the hook for £12m ($15m) over the course of the season if they want to get him out of the club.
Bale to snub Spurs offer
Man Utd looking for alternatives to Koulibaly
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has identified centre-back as a position of need, but United are not willing to meet Napoli's £90 million (€104m/$116m) asking price for Koulibaly.
That could see the club turn to Harry Maguire, Milan Skriniar, or Toby Alderweireld instead.
Bayern open talks with Man City over Sane
City may be forced to sell the German star if he does not agree a new contract
Sane was often left out of Pep Guardiola's starting XI this season, and City have given Bayern permission to speak with the German's representatives over contract terms.
City may feel that selling Sane is the best option, with the 23-year-old so far rejecting the club's offers to extend a contract that runs out in 2021.
West Ham planning move for Etheridge
Etheridge, 29, was impressive with Cardiff this season despite the club's relegation, with the Bluebirds preparing to field offers for the shot-stopper.
The Hammers are looking to bring in cover and competition for current starter Lukasz Fabianski.
Schulz closing in on Dortmund move
The 26-year-old will move for a fee of around €30 million (€26m/$34m) and will sign a contract with Dortmund through the 2023-24 season.
Schulz joins Thorgan Hazard as a summer reinforcement for Dortmund, with the Monchengladbach star also nearing a move to Signal Iduna Park.
Atletico nearing triple swoop for Porto stars
Center midfielder Herrera will join on a free transfer, while Porto are holding out for €25 million (£22m/$28m) for Felipe and €40m (£35m/$45m) for Telles.
Felipe will help Atletico replace the outgoing Diego Godin at centre-back, while Telles will do the same for left-backs Lucas Hernandez and Filipe Luis.
Griezmann confirms Atletico exit
The France star is rumoured to be on his way to Barcelona
Antoine Griezmann has confirmed he is leaving Atletico Madrid after five seasons with the club.
The 28-year-old has been linked with a move to Barcelona just one year after spurning the Blaugrana to sign a new deal with Atletico.
Goal understands Griezmann will be available for a €130 million (£113m/$146m) release clause on July 1.