Willian fuels Man Utd rumours
Chelsea forward Willian has fuelled reports he could join Manchester United, admitting he wants to play for Jose Mourinho again.
Though the Brazil international insists he will not be leaving Stamford Bridge this summer, he remains hopeful of playing under his former Blues boss in the future.
West Ham eye Fiorentina's Sanchez
West Ham are eyeing a move for Fiorentina midfielder Carlos Sanchez, according to the Daily Mirror.
Manuel Pellegrini is keen to bolster his midfield ahead of the new season.
And the Irons have already opened talks with the Colombia international as they look to complete a summer of big spending at the London Stadium.
Man Utd prepare huge Milinkovic-Savic bid
Manchester United are set to make a huge bid to sign Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, according to CalcioMercato.com.
The Serbia international is a wanted man this summer after impressing in Serie A last season.
Juventus are keen while Real Madrid have already had a €100 million ($129.4m) bid rejected, and now United are set to officially enter the race.
Southampton eye Barca striker Alcacer
Southampton are considering a loan move for Barcelona striker Paco Alcacer, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Spain international has struggled for minutes at Camp Nou and is keen to move on.
West Ham and Leicester City have also shown an interest, but the Saints hope they can win the race to sign the 24-year-old.
Kalinic set for Atletico Madrid medical
AC Milan striker Nikola Kalinic is set for a medical with Atletico Madrid, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
The Croatia international has fallen down the pecking order at San Siro following the arrival of Gonzalo Higuain.
And with Kevin Gameiro set to leave the Rojiblancos for Valencia, Kalinic will now step in to replace him in the Spanish capital.
Turkish giants to battle for Forster
Fenerbahce and Besiktas are set to battle it out to sign Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster, according to The Sun.
The England international has been told he can leave the Saints having fallen down the pecking order.
And now a move to Turkey is on the cards, with Burnley - who were previously keen on Forster - having opted to sign Joe Hart instead.
Madrid eye Pjanic to replace Modric
Blancos braced for midfielders exit
Real Madrid are eyeing a move for Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic as a replacement for Luka Modric, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Modric has told the Champions League winners that he wants to leave amid interest from Inter.
And Pjanic has been identified as the ideal replacement at Santiago Bernabeu.
Lyon remain hopeful of signing Mina
Lyon remain hopeful of beating Everton to the signing of Barcelona defender Yerry Mina.
The Toffees have agreed a €32m (£29m/$37m) fee to sign the Colombia international after a summer of negotiations.
But Lyon believe their offer of playing in the Champions League will be enough for them to tempt Mina to France.
Chelsea make Butland top target
Chelsea have made Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland their top target to replace Thibaut Courtois, according to Sky Sports.
The Blues have already made contact with the Championship outfit as they prepare for Courtois to join Real Madrid.
Stoke want around £30 million ($38m) for the England international but will only sell as long as they have enough time to sign a replacement themselves.
Bernard agrees to join Everton
Everton are set to announce the arrival of Brazil international playmaker Bernard, according to the Daily Mail.
The 26-year-old left Shakhtar Donetsk at the end of last season and is set to move to Goodison Park on a free transfer.
The Toffees have beaten the likes of West Ham, Inter and AC Milan to the signing as Marco Silva's squad continues to take shape.
Man Utd make final Alderweireld offer
Red Devils still keen on Spurs star
Manchester United have made a final offer to Tottenham for defender Toby Alderweireld, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Belgium international remains United's top defensive target but the Red Devils are unwilling to pay more than £40 million ($51.7m).
Spurs are holding out for £55m ($71.1m) despite a clause in Alderweireld's contract making him available for £25m ($32.3m) next summer.
Courtois goes AWOL from Chelsea
Goalkeeper keen to move back to Spain
Thibaut Courtois missed Chelsea training on Monday as he looks to force through a move to Real Madrid, Goal can confirm.
The Belgium international was due back at Cobham following his post-World Cup holiday but failed to show in west London.
And though the Blues are willing to sell, they will not let Courtois leave until they sign a replacement.
PSG make Rodriguez enquiry
Paris Saint-Germain have made an enquiry as to the availability of AC Milan defender Ricardo Rodriguez, according to Telefoot.
New PSG boss Thomas Tuchel is keen to bring in a left-back ahead of the closure of the transfer window.
And Rodriguez - who has also been linked with Arsenal - is one of the names on the Ligue 1 champions' shortlist along with Alex Sandro, Wendell and Raphael Guerreiro.
Arsenal exploring late Vida move
Arsenal are exploring whether a late move for Besiktas defender Domagoj Vida would be possible this summer, according to the Evening Standard.
The Croatia international impressed at the World Cup and has been linked with Liverpool already in this transfer window.
But with new Gunners boss Unai Emery now keen on adding a new central defender to his squad, Vida has emerged as a potential option.
Newcastle complete Rondon loan
Newcastle have signed West Brom striker Salomon Rondon on a season-long loan deal, with Dwight Gayle moving in the opposite direction.
Chelsea plot late Fekir move
Blues to move for France international
Chelsea are set to make a late swoop for Lyon playmaker Nabil Fekir, according to France Football.
The France international had looked set to join Liverpool earlier in the transfer window but failed a medical with the Anfield outfit.
That has not put off the Blues, who are hopeful a deal can be struck before the transfer window closes on Thursday.
Spurs join race for Rodriguez
Tottenham are the latest club to show an interest in signing West Brom forward Jay Rodriguez, according to the Burnley Express.
Rodriguez's former club Burnley have been looking to re-sign the 29-year-old for much of the summer but have thus far failed to bring him back to Turf Moor.
That has offered hope to Spurs, who join the likes of Bournemouth, Crystal Palace and West Ham in showing an interest in the former Southampton striker.
Chelsea youngster Tomori joins Derby
Man Utd refuse to sell Pogba
Barca & Juve reportedly interested
Manchester United are not even contemplating selling Paul Pogba this summer, Goal understands.
Barcelona and Juventus have been linked with the World Cup-winning midfielder, but the Old Trafford outfit will not listen to offers for their record signing.
Arsenal keen to offload Welbeck
Arsenal are keen to offload Danny Welbeck as Unai Emery looks to raise funds late in the transfer window, according to the Evening Standard.
The England international has fallen down the pecking order at the Emirates Stadium, and Emery now deems him surplus to requirements.
Besiktas have shown an interest, but Welbeck wants to remain in the Premier League with Everton, Bournemouth and Southampton potential suitors.
Leicester bid for Diouf rejected
Leicester City have had a bid for Stoke City forward Mame Biram Diouf rejected, according to The Sun.
The Foxes have been keen on Senegal international Diouf for over a year and a re hopeful of signing him ahead of Thursday's transfer deadline.
But the Potters have turned down the first offer for Diouf from the Premier League outfit as it fell short of their £15 million ($19.4m)) valuation.
Abidal dodges Pogba talk
Barcelona sporting director Eric Abidal refused to entertain speculation regarding further Barcelona signings, including Paul Pogba, at a press conference on Monday.
The Manchester United man has been persistently linked to the Catalan side this summer but a deal does not appear close.
"We don't talk about players that are not part of this club. I cannot comment on that," he said.
Man Utd could turn to Gimenez in centre-back hunt
The Uruguay international enjoyed a strong World Cup and has regularly impressed in La Liga.
United are struggling to match Tottenham's valuation of Toby Alderweireld, while Jerome Boateng will be complicated to sign from Bayern Munich given competition from the likes of PSG and Arsenal.
Juventus want Rabiot and Chiesa in 2019
Juventus are already making plans for their transfer market next summer, eyeing PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot and Fiorentina's Federico Chiesa, Tuttosport reports.
Indeed, they could even move for Rabiot sooner, should the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea or Real Madrid move for Miralem Pjanic.
Juve are also keeping an eye on Empoli forward Antonio La Gumina.
How will Spurs fare this season?
Lyon set to beat West Ham to promising youngster
Lyon are set to beat West Ham to Le Havre youngster Harold Moukoudi, according to France Bleu.
The 20-year-old defender had been expected to join the London side, but instead wants to play in Ligue 1 before moving abroad.
Le Havre, who helped form Paul Pogba and Riyad Mahrez want around €12 million (£10.7m/$13.9m) in the market, although he is a free agent at the end of the season.
Nice, Marseille and Rennes are also monitoring the case.
Man Utd making room for a new arrival?
Willian: Only Barcelona made a summer bid
Chelsea star Willian has revealed that Barcelona made a move for him this summer - but there was no bid from Manchester United.
"The only club I knew that really made an official offer for me was Barcelona," he told ESPN.
The Brazilian is expected to stay at Chelsea, having seemed destined to move earlier this summer.
PSG still want Alex Sandro
Paris Saint-Germain have not given up their quest to sign Alex Sandro from Juventus, Tuttosport has revealed.
The Ligue 1 champions are on the hunt for a left-back, but while Real Madrid ace Marcelo is at the top of their list, they are aware he is likely unattainable.
Juan Bernat of Bayern Munich and Chelsea's Emerson Palmieri are other options for the Parisians.
Newcastle close in on Rondon
Newcastle are nearing a deal that will see them sign Salomon Rondon from WBA on loan, the Chronicle reports.
All that is holding up a deal is Dwight Gayle agreeing a moving in the opposite direction.
Rafa Benitez's side are still hopeful of signing PSG left-back Stanley N'Soki as well as an additional centre-back.
Witsel arrives at Borussia Dortmund
Borussia Dortmund have announced that they have completed the signing of Axel Witsel from Tianjin Quanjian for a reported €20 million (£17.9m/$23m).
"For many months we have been keen to sign Axel Witsel and we are very happy that he has chosen Borussia Dortmund," sporting director Michael Zorc said. "Axel is a player with a great deal of international experience who has all the skills to shape the central BVB midfield: tactical understanding, tackling power, speed, creativity and mentality."
Meanwhile, Witsel said: "After the World Cup, my goal was to move from China back to Europe. I'm totally happy and proud to play for BVB soon. After our first conversation, I did not have to think twice, because for me Borussia Dortmund is one of the best clubs on the continent. Honestly, I can not wait to run aground in front of 81,000 people."
Courtois tells Chelsea he wants Real Madrid move
Blues ace demands Bernabeu deal
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has told new manager Maurizio Sarri that he wants to be allowed to leave the club, ESPN reports.
His agent has previously urged the Blues to do business with Real Madrid, who reportedly want him to become their new No.1.
The Belgium international, meanwhile, has recently spoken out on the deal.
Arsenal to fight Man Utd over Boateng
Emery wants Germany star
Arsenal are set to do battle with Manchester United to sign Jerome Boateng from Bayern Munich, Kicker believes.
The Bundesliga champions have put a €50m (£44.5m/$58m) price tag on the centre-back, who is also wanted by Paris Saint-Germain.
Fulham poised to complete Chambers loan
Arsenal defender Calum Chambers is set to move to Fulham on loan for the duration of the season, Goal understands.
Chambers signed a new deal with the Gunners in July and the Emirates club do not wish to see him leave for good.
Rob Holding and Konstantinos Mavropanos, meanwhile, should stay with Unai Emery's side this term.
Man City in Weigl hunt
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has turned his attention to Borussia Dortmund midfielder Julian Weigl, according to the Times.
Having missed out on both Fred, who has moved to Manchester United, and Jorginho, who opted for Chelsea, the Catalan wants more competition in the heart of the park for Fernandinho.
The 22-year-old has previously attracted Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.
City, meanwhile, have stated that he is not a target.
Courtois speaks out on Real Madrid links
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois says that he is relaxed regarding links to Real Madrid but that the situation is a delicate one.
Previously, the Belgium international's agent had urged the Blues to sell if a suitable bid was tabled by the Spanish side.
Vidal presented at Barcelona
Nantes take Chelsea's Miazga on loan
Newcastle sell Armstrong to Blackburn
Striker Adam Armstrong has joined Blackburn Rovers on a permanent deal from Newcastle United, the Premier League club have confirmed.
Armstrong scored nine goals in League One last season as Rovers were promoted to the Championship, and has returned to the club for an undisclosed fee.
Milan close in on Bernard
AC Milan are close to signing Bernard from Shakhtar Donetsk, per Calciomercato.
The Brazilian winger, who has also been linked with Premier League side West Ham, has been the subject of talks between the two clubs, and Milan are prepared to offer him a salary of €3.5 million-per-season (£3.1m/$4m).
Spurs in talks with Villa over Grealish
Steve Bruce has confirmed that Tottenham
Raiola trying to force Man Utd into Pogba sale
France midfielder on his way to Barca?
With Barcelona and Juventus both interested in Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, agent Mino Raiola is trying to ensure a deal is swiftly completed.
As such, Mundo Deportivo reports that he is in England trying to thrash out an agreement over the France international midfielder.
The clock is ticking, though. The Premier League transfer window closes on August 9 and United will not sell without having a replacement lined up.
Everton agree €32m Mina deal
Everton have finally reached an agreement with Barcelona over the signing of defender Yerry Mina, Goal understands.
They will pay the Catalans €32m (£29m/$37m) for the Colombia World Cup star, with the Catalans having dropped their price from €35m.
Inter to tempt Modric with China promise
Inter are hoping to lure Luka Modric to the club from Real Madrid by including a clause in his contract that will allow him a subsequent move to Jiangsu Suning, AS reports.
The Nerazzurri's owners will give the 32-year-old a four-year deal but in it will be the opportunity to finish his career in the lucrative Chinese Super League.
While Inter are ready to sign the player on loan then make the deal permanent next summer for €25 million (£22.3m/$29m), Real Madrid are said to be holding out for the Croatia playmaker's €750m (£669m/€867m) release clause.
Who is Bayern signing Alphonso Davies?
Bayern Munich beat out a host of top European clubs, including Real Madrid and Manchester United, to sign Alphonso Davies from the Vancouver Whitecaps, but who is the 17-year-old Canadian and why is he so highly rated?
Bailey confirms Liverpool & Chelsea interest
Bayer attacker on the move?
Bayer Leverkusen attacker Leon Bailey has confirmed that there is "concrete" interest in him from Liverpool and Chelsea.
The Jamaica-born forward had been linked with clubs such as Bayern Munich and Manchester City previously this summer.
The Blues have been linked with a £40 million ($52m) move for the winger.
Melbourne Victory complete Honda move
Melbourne Victory have completed the signing of Japan international star Keisuke Honda.
The 32-year-old was most recently in Mexico with Pachuca but has had spells with AC Milan and CSKA Moscow.
Vidal itching to get going at Barcelona
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Arsenal's hopes of signing Dembele take a hit
Barcelona have told winger Ousmane Dembele that he is not up for sale this summer, RAC1 states.
President Josep Maria Bartomeu has already spoken to the ex-Borussia Dortmund player, whose first campaign at Camp Nou was littered with injuries.
The 21-year-old had been a reported transfer target for Arsenal.
How will Everton do this season?
Man Utd back in for Maguire
Manchester United are poised to make a late bid to sign centre-back Harry Maguire from Leicester, Sky Sports report.
The England ace has been on the Red Devils' shortlist throughout the summer but will be forced to spend a "new world record fee" for a defender if they are to be successful.
That means shelling out more than the £75 million ($97m) Liverpool spent to sign Virgil van Dijk from Southampton in January.
Ibrahimovic trolls superagent Raiola
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has poked fun at his agent Mino Raiola on Twitter.
Playing on the representative's reputation for being able to squeeze maximum value out of his deals, the Swede posted a joke at his expense.
Arsenal consider Rodriguez swoop
Emery wants to sign new left-back
Arsenal boss Unai Emery may make a move for AC Milan full-back Ricardo Rodriguez, according to the Daily Mail.
The Spaniard faces the prospect of going into the campaign with injury problems at full-back as Sead Kolasinac is out for 10 weeks and Nacho Monreal is still not fully fit after knee trouble.
The 25-year-old Switzerland international is seen as a solution but will cost around £30 million (€33.7m).
Fekir's Lyon future remains in the balance
Lyon star Nabil Fekir's future remains uncertain before the close of the transfer window, L'Equipe reports.
Liverpool's interest in the France international playmaker has cooled, and though the likes of Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Barcelona have studied the possibility of a move, they are unlikely to make one this summer.
The 25-year-old is, therefore, likely to stay at OL until 2019 before moving on, although he will likely sign a new deal in the meantime.
Man Utd-linked Rebic: I've had concrete offers
Croatia World Cup hero Ante Rebic has admitted he could leave Eintracht Frankfurt this summer as he has "concrete offers".
Manchester United are one of the clubs chasing the attacker, while Sevilla and Tottenham are interested too.
Rebic is forecast to cost around €50 million (£44m/$58m), and has exclusively told Goal that he knows there is interest in him.
Lyon hoping to pinch Barcelona star Mina from Everton
While Everton appear to be closing in on the signing of Barcelona defender Yerry Mina, L'Equipe reports that Lyon remain in the hunt.
The French daily has a source close to OL who suggests the Colombia World Cup star would prefer a move to them due to their presence in the Champions League.
Additionally, they are hopeful their good relationship with the Catalans can allow them to pay a smaller fee than the Premier League side.
Tottenham consider Lobotka move
Tottenham are considering a late bid for Celta Viga midfielder Stanislav Lobotka, according to the Mirror.
The 23-year-old Slovakia international impressed in La Liga last season, with Napoli also reportedly keen on signing him.
Lobotka has a £31 million (€35m/$40m) release clause in his contract.
Rodrigo will only leave for €120m, Valencia warn
Valencia have insisted that in-demand forward Rodrigo Moreno will only leave if his €120 million (£107m/$139m) release clause is met.
Real Madrid have been rumoured to be keen on the Spain international, who scored 16 goals in La Liga last season.
Dembele rejects £20m Inter move
The Tottenham midfielder has turned down the chance to move to Serie A
Mousa Dembele has rejected a £20 million (€22m/$26m) move to Inter, reports the Daily Mail.
The 31-year-old has one year left on his contract, and has been rumoured to be seeking a move away from north London.
But Dembele has turned down the chance to partner international team-mate Radja Nainggolan in central midfield at San Siro.
Honda joins Melbourne Victory
Japanese star Keisuke Honda has joined Melbourne Victory of the A-League.
Honda, 32, had been a free agent since departing Mexican club Pachuca.
The former Japan international, who retired from international duty following the World Cup, has also represented CSKA Moscow and AC Milan among others.
Traore set for Wolves medical
Adama Traore will have a medical at Wolves on Monday ahead of a club-record move from Middlesbrough, reports Sky Sports News.
Wolves could end up paying more than £20 million ($26m) for the former Barcelona winger, who impressed in the Championship last season.
Willian eager to stay at Chelsea
Willian has confirmed he wants to stay at Chelsea, despite constant speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United or Barcelona.
In his first comments addressing the rumours, the 29-year-old Brazilian stated that he was happy to stay unless Chelsea want to sell him.
Everton agree €32m Mina deal
Everton have agreed a €32 million (£28m/$37m) deal to land Barcelona defender Yerry Mina, according to Sport.
While Everton had reportedly pulled out of the deal, along with rivals Manchester United, leaving Mina with few options, it appears he now has a lifeline at Goodison Park.
Man Utd contact Bayern over Boateng move
German defender could move to Old Trafford
Manchester United have made contact with Bayern Munich over a possible move for centre-back Jerome Boateng, according to Sport Bild.
Jose Mourinho has been in the market for another defender all summer, and it seems he has now turned to the former Man City star as the latest target.
Everton interested in Smalling or Lindelof
Everton have told Manchester United they are interested in Chris Smalling or Victor Lindelof should a deal for Marcos Rojo not materialise, reports TEAMtalk.
The Toffees are chasing Rojo, but a host of other clubs have contacted United about signing the 28-year-old.
If they can't land Rojo, Everton would look to sign Smalling on a permanent deal or Lindelof on loan.
Chambers to seal season-long Fulham loan
Arsenal defender Calum Chambers is set for a medical ahead of a season-long loan at Fulham, reports the Daily Mail.
The 23-year-old made 24 appearances for the Gunners last season and signed a new four-year contract in July.
But Chambers will spend 2018-19 with the Cottagers, who are in desperate need of defenders ahead of their return to the Premier League.
Arzani set for Celtic loan after City switch
Teenage Australia star Daniel Arzani will move on loan to Celtic after completing a transfer from Melbourne City to Manchester City, says the BBC.
The 19-year-old winger has been tipped as a future star, and impressed for the Socceroos as the youngest player at the World Cup this summer.
Arzani made 20 appearances last season for Melbourne City, who have the same owners as Man City.
West Ham keen on Arsenal's Perez
West Ham are trying to land Arsenal forward Lucas Perez ahead of Sporting CP, according to the Mirror.
Manuel Pellegrini has ruled injury-prone Andy Carroll out of his plans and, while he is interested in Porto forward Moussa Marega, Perez is the primary target, with Porto looking for a big payoff on their 22-goal hitman.