Arsenal want Leno & Martins
Arsenal are eyeing moves for Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno and Portugal international Gelson Martins, according to Sky Sports.
The Gunners are one of a number of clubs interested in Martins, who has requested his contract be cancelled by crisis-hit Sporting CP, while they are apparently in advanced talks with Leno.
Man Utd abandon Rose move
Manchester United are no longer interested in signing Tottenham and England left-back Danny Rose, according to The Mirror .
The report claims United boss Jose Mourinho has told executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward he is happy with his current options and that signing Rose, 27, is no longer a priority.
United currently have Ashley Young and Luke Shaw as options at left-back, alongside new summer recruit Diogo Dalot from Porto.
Inter make first offer for Nainggolan
Inter have offered €22 million (£19m/$26m) plus a player for Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Roma will apparently demand €40m (£35m/$47m) for the Belgian, however, with the player having already said 'yes' to a move to San Siro.
AC Milan want Donnarumma-Morata swap
AC Milan have offered Gianluigi Donnarumma to Chelsea in exchange for Alvaro Morata, claims Corriere dello Sport .
The 19-year-old goalkeeper is expected to leave the San Siro outfit this summer but with an asking price of around €70 million (£60m/$82m), no offers have come in for him.
With Chelsea in danger of losing Thibaut Courtois, Milan are hoping they can swoop in and bolster their attack while offloading their wantaway player by organising a swap.
Roma & AC Milan want Bruno Fernandes
Serie A duo Roma and AC Milan are battling it out to sign Bruno Fernandes, according to the player's agent.
The Sporting CP midfielder is another who has requested his contract be expired as turmoil continues to hit the Portuguese side, and the player's representative says he will be making the move to Italy.
Arsenal set to land £26m Torreira
Arsenal are on the verge of signing Lucas Torreira from Sampdoria for £26.4 million (€30m/$35m), according to The Guardian .
Goal reported on Tuesday that Arsenal were in talks with the Italian side over the defensive midfielder after seeing Yacine Adli reject their offer and sign a new deal at Paris Saint-Germain.
And the Gunners have now exceeded Torreira's release clause in order to beat Napoli to the signing and will complete the deal imminently.
Chelsea in talks to sign Atletico's Savic
Chelsea are in talks to sign Atletico Madrid defender Stefan Savic, according to Sky Italy .
Savic, formerly of Manchester City, has spent three seasons at Atletico following a move from Fiorentina in 2015.
Chelsea are reportedly keen to land the 27-year-old, though the Blues face stiff competition from Serie A champions Juventus.
Serie A trio chasing Tottenham's Dembele
Tottenham and Belgium ace Mousa Dembele is attracting interest from a trio of Serie A clubs, report Sky Sports .
Dembele, 30, has been a key figure in a Spurs side which has finished inside the top three in each of the past three Premier League seasons.
However, with his contract due to expire in June 2019, Juventus, Napoli and Inter Milan are all interested in landing Dembele.
Real Madrid agree €45m Rodrygo deal
Real Madrid are set to sign Brazilian teenager Rodrygo from Santos for €45 million (£40m/$53m), AS reports.
The 17-year-old will spend another year in his homeland before making the switch to Spain after the two sides agreed a fee.
Santos will receive 80% of the fee, with Madrid purchasing the remainder of the rights from the player himself.
Atletico & Monaco reach Lemar agreement
Monaco and Atletico Madrid have reached an initial agreement that will see Thomas Lemar join the Spanish side.
The France international attracted interest from Liverpool and Arsenal, but it is Diego Simeone's side who win out and will look to complete his signing this week.
Alderweireld open to Tottenham stay
Toby Alderweireld is open to staying at Tottenham beyond the summer transfer window.
The Belgium international defender had been linked with a move to Manchester United, but Spurs are said to value him at around £50 million (€57m/$67m).
"Yeah, why not?' the former Ajax player told reporters when asked if he could stay. "I have two years left on my contract. I don't know what's going to happen. The national team is the most important thing now."
Fulham pushing to sign Ayew
Fulham are in talks to sign Swansea City forward Jordan Ayew, according to Sky Sports .
The report claims newly-promoted Fulham have tabled an £8 million offer for Ayew, who was Swansea's top scorer last season with 11 goals in all competitions.
Swansea were relegated from the top flight last season and a number of their key players such as Alfie Mawson and Lukasz Fabianski - alongside Ayew - are attracting interest as a result.
Burnley eye West Brom duo
Burnley have made a £25 million (€28m/$33m) offer for West Brom pair Craig Dawson and Jay Rodriguez, according to The Mirror .
After finishing seventh in the Premier League, Burnley are hoping to capitalise on West Brom's relegation by snapping up their star players this summer.
Lampard to swoop in on Chelsea defender
Frank Lampard hopes to convince Chelsea youngster Jay Dasilva to join Derby County, The Mirror says.
Derby are one of many sides chasing the defender after he impressed at Charlton on loan, and hope new coach Lampard is a big enough draw to land him.
Lopetegui named new Real Madrid boss
Spain boss Julen Lopetegui has been appointed Real Madrid's new head coach.
The 51-year-old signed a two-year contract extension with the national team last month but has since agreed to replace Zinedine Zidane after the World Cup.
Griezmann has decided on future
Antoine Griezmann has made a decision on where he will play next season but will not reveal it until after the World Cup.
Barcelona have been leading the chase for the 27-year-old and could be set to snap him up from Atletico Madrid, as national team boss Didier Deschamps revealed the striker is staying in Spain .
Sterling & Man City fail to agree deal
Manchester City and Raheem Sterling are ‘poles apart’ on agreeing a new contract, according to Sky Sports .
The Premier League champions have agreed long-term contracts with several of their key players in recent months and are keen to secure Sterling on a fresh deal.
However, Sterling’s representatives have been unable to agree a deal regarding the England international’s wages and no further talks are currently planned regarding the forward’s future.
Liverpool unlikely to meet Alisson price
Liverpool are unlikely to meet Roma’s £80 million ($107m) asking price for goalkeeper Alisson, reports Sky Sports .
Instead, the Brazil international is much more likely to land at Real Madrid, though the Champions League winners are also interested in Thibaut Courtois.
If Courtois does make the move to the Spanish capital, then Chelsea would go in for Alisson.