Arsenal refuse to double Ramsey wage
Arsenal are determined to stand firm over their refusal to double Aaron Ramsey’s wage packet but remain hopeful he will stay with the club, according to the Evening Standard.
The Wales international is in the midst of trying to secure a better deal at the Emirates and is believed to want a hefty increase on his current contract.
The Gunners however are not bowing to pressure and Ramsey may look to secure an exit instead before the European transfer window shuts at the end of August.
Juventus keen to secure Khedira future
Juventus are eager to tie down experienced midfielder Sami Khedira to a new deal as soon as possible, per Tuttosport.
The Germany international has been the subject of speculation in recent weeks with Paris Saint-Germain thought to be keen on the 31-year-old.
But with the renewal of Miralem Pjanic’s contract now completed by the Serie A champions, they are keen to ensure that Khedira also commits his future to the Allianz Stadium.
Bolasie weighs up Boro or Villa move.
Everton winger Yannick Bolasie will decide on whether to join Middlesbrough or Aston Villa on loan in the next 24 hours, says The Sun.
The Toffees have accepted loan offers from the Championship pair and both are keen to secure the DR Congo international’s services.
Bolasie made 32 appearances for Everton over the course of the 2016-17 and 2017-18 campaigns but is believed to be currently surplus to Marco Silva’s plans.
Real Madrid warned over Rodrigo price
Real Madrid have been warned by Valencia's director general Mateu Alemany that they must pay Rodrigo Moreno's €120m (£108m/$139m) release clause if they want to sign him.
The forward has been linked with a move to the European champions, with head coach Julen Lopetegui said to be keen on a reunion with the Spain international.
Alemany however is confident the 27-year-old will snub a return to the club he joined as a youngster back in 2009.
Burton set to offer Bent pay-as-you-play deal
League One outfit Burton Albion are to offer a pay-as-you-play contract to free agent Darren Bent, reports BBC Sport.
Bent, who won the Football League Cup with Tottenham in 2008 alongside 13 caps for England between 2006 and 2011, spent the end of the 2017-18 campaign on loan with the club from Derby County.
The 34-year-old has scored 178 league goals across a 17-year senior career and would further bolster Nigel Clough’s squad following their relegation to the third tier.
Carter-Vickers wanted by Championship trio
A trio of Championship clubs are in the hunt to secure Tottenham Hotspur's Cameron Carter-Vickers on loan, reports the Mirror.
Swansea, Ipswich and Sheffield Wednesday are all thought to be interested in a short-term deal for the 20-year-old USA international.
Carter-Vickers has only made four appearances for Spurs since turning professional in 2016 and has spent previous time on loan at Ipswich.
Chelsea's Hazard and Alonso wanted by La Liga giants
Real and Atletico chasing Blues pair
Chelsea are facing a battle to keep hold of Eden Hazard and Marcos Alonso as La Liga comes calling, says the Mirror.
Hazard is in the crosshairs of Real Madrid, who will look to make one last push to tempt the Blues man as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Alonso meanwhile is wanted by Atletico Madrid, who are keen on him as a like-for-like replacement should Filipe Luis depart to Paris Saint-Germain.
Miller pens Celtic extension
Rayo look to recapture De Tomas on loan
Real Madrid’s Raul de Tomas looks set to re-join newly-promoted La Liga outfit Rayo Vallecano on a temporary basis once more, according to Marca.
De Tomas spent the 2017-18 season on loan at Rayo as they topped the Segunda Division, returning to the first-tier following their relegation in 2016.
The 23-year-old signed a new contract with Real in June that takes him through to 2023 but the Champions League holders are keen for him to continue gaining first-team experience elsewhere.
Mina buy-back only in 2020 for Barcelona
Barcelona will be unable to trigger their buy-back clause for Yerry Mina until 2020, it has emerged, reports Marca.
The Colombia international left the Liga champions in search of more regular first-team football this transfer window and has signed with Premier League club Everton.
The Catalan outfit had ensured that they would be able to repurchase the defender at a later date from the Toffees if they wish to, but will not be able to bring him back to Camp Nou until the January window of the 2019-20 season at the earliest.
Hearts capture Burnley's Dunne on loan
De La Bella wanted by Las Palmas
Las Palmas are looking to secure the services of left-back Alberto De La Bella from Real Sociedad before the transfer window shuts, per Marca.
The 32-year-old, who has been at Anoeta since 2009, has seen Theo Hernandez signed in his position for the new campaign and looks unlikely to secure regular game-time.
Las Palmas president Miguel Angel Ramirez is thought to be keen on a deal for the defender, who spent the 2016-17 campaign on loan at Greek outfit Olympiacos.
Milan will seek Milinkovic-Savic in January
Milan will make a bid for Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic in the upcoming January transfer window, according to Calciomercato.
The Serbia international has been linked with a move away from the Serie A side to either their Italian rivals or another major European club following a stellar World Cup in Russia.
With the Italian top-flight transfer window now shut though, Gennaro Gattuso’s side will instead look to swoop for the 23-year-old midfielder in the new year.
Pjanic extends Juventus stay
Celtic poised for Bruma swoop
Celtic look set to table a bid for out-of-favour Wolfsburg defender Jeffrey Bruma, per Bild.
The 26-year-old was left out of the Bundesliga outfit’s squad for their DFB Cup first-round victory against Elversberg and has been told he is no longer needed by coach Bruno Labbadia.
The Scottish champions are thought to be preparing an offer in the region of £7m (€8m/$9m) to bring the Netherlands international to Glasgow.
Everton want £28m for Lookman from Leipzig
RB Leipzig will have to part with £28m (€31m/$36m) plus add-ons if they wish to secure Everton winger Ademola Lookman, reports Sky Sports News.
The 20-year-old spent last season on loan at the Bundesliga club, but their efforts to take him on a permanent basis have so far failed.
Leipzig made an offer to the Toffees of £12m (€13m/$15m) in July, only to see it rejected, and saw their latest bid of £22m (€25m/$28m) knocked back yesterday.
Zidane 'ideal candidate' for United job
Zinedine Zidane would be “the ideal candidate” to take the reins at Manchester United, says former Red Devils man Lee Sharpe.
The ex-Real Madrid manager, who walked away from the club following a third Champions League title in a row in May, has been linked to the top job at Old Trafford as rumours swirl about the future of Jose Mourinho.
United have taken one win from their first two games of the Premier League season, winning against Leicester City but then losing to Brighton and Hove Albion.
Real & Atletico battle for Alonso
Madrid rivals Real and Atletico are set to battle it out for Chelsea wing-back Marcos Alonso, claims AS.
The Liga pair believe they can bring the Spaniard back to his roots for a fee of around €30 million (£27m/$35m).
Alonso has spent the last two seasons at Stamford Bridge, helping himself to a Premier League title and FA Cup win.
Odegaard leaves Real on loan
Real Madrid have announced that Martin Odegaard will join Vitesse Arnhem on a loan deal for the 2018-19 season.
That agreement sees the 19-year-old midfielder return to the Netherlands, where he has previously taken in an 18-month stint with Heerenveen.
Juve join the hunt for Angers starlet
Juventus have joined Monaco in the hunt for 17-year-old Angers defender Rayan Ait-Nouri, reports Calciomercato.
The youngster is attracting interest from across Europe, with those at Stade Louis II having already seen a €7 million (£6m/$8m) bid knocked back.
Palace prepared to part with Puncheon
Jason Puncheon has been told that he is free to leave Crystal Palace, according to Teamtalk.
The 32-year-old winger is now being targeted by former Eagles boss Tony Pulis, who is currently in charge of Middlesbrough.
Barcelona to offer Rakitic improved terms
Barcelona will look to fend off interest from Paris Saint-Germain in Ivan Rakitic by offering the midfielder an improved contract, claims Marca.
The Croatia international currently has a €125 million (£112m/$144m) release clause in his deal, but that will be bumped up as his terms at Camp Nou are extended beyond 2021.
Ramsey told to sign new deal at Arsenal
Aaron Ramsey has been urged to sign a new at Arsenal by former Gunner Paul Merson.
The 27-year-old has entered the final 12 months of his current deal in north London and was linked with a move to Chelsea in the summer.
Merson said of the situation: "“He plays every week for Arsenal. He could go elsewhere and might play 15 games.”
City keen on Cillessen
Manchester City are considering a loan swoop for Barcelona goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen, claims Mundo Deportivo, with Claudio Bravo facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines with an Achilles problem.
Rules regarding long-term injuries mean Pep Guardiola could move for a new shot-stopper outside of the Premier League transfer window.
Wilshere out to prove Arsenal wrong
Jack Wilshere is determined to prove Arsenal “were wrong to get rid of me”, with the West Ham midfielder preparing for a Premier League reunion with his former club.
Having been associated with the Gunners for 17 years, the England international walked away from north London as a free agent over the summer.
Man Utd to make January move for Varane
Red Devils ready bid for Real Madrid defender
Manchester United are set to rekindle their interest in Real Madrid defender during the January transfer window, according to Don Balon.
The Red Devils have been heavily linked with the France international in the past, with Jose Mourinho a big fan of the World Cup winner.
He is now readying a fresh approach, with United having been left frustrated in their efforts to land a new centre-half before the summer deadline passed.
'Mourinho heading for car crash exit at Man Utd'
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is in danger of emulating the “car-crash” ending to Arsene Wenger’s reign at Arsenal, says Ian Wright, with the Portuguese tarnishing his reputation.
The Gunners legend told The Sun: "In many ways it’s like the last days of Arsene Wenger. People were watching Arsenal because it was car-crash football. United are fast turning into the same."
Barca starlet wants out of Camp Nou
Marc Cucurella is looking for a way out of Barcelona, according to Mundo Deportivo, with the youngster frustrated by a lack of first-team opportunities.
The 20-year-old left-back has snubbed interest from Mainz and Borussia Monchengladbach in the past, but is now ready to open himself up to offers.
Man City agree deal for new keeper
Manchester City have a deal in place which will see 16-year-old goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu join them in the summer of 2019, reports The Times.
An initial €400,000 fee will take the youngster to the Etihad Stadium from Shamrock Rovers, with clauses set to push that price up if he goes on to play first team football for the Blues or earn a senior cap for the Republic of Ireland.
Tottenham and Liverpool had also been keen on Bazunu, but have been beaten to his signature by a Premier League rival.
Icardi to pen new Inter contract
Mauro Icardi is ready to sign a new €7 million-a-year contract with Serie A side Inter, according to Calciomercato.
The Argentine striker has been heavily linked with Real Madrid, but fresh terms are in place at San Siro and will be completed at some point in September.
'Van Dijk too cheap at £75m!'
Jurgen Klopp says the £75 million ($83.5m) outlay for Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk is starting to look like a bargain.
He said: “Quality costs a specific price. With cars it’s the case, and with players too. Nobody thinks about it now. He’s a player in this market who is worth it, and maybe now people think he was too cheap!”
Barcelona set maximum fee for Rabiot
Barcelona remain keen on Paris Saint-Germain star Adrien Rabiot, but Mundo Deportivo reports they will not pay more than €50 million (£45m/$58m) for the midfielder.
The Camp Nou giants have signed the likes of Arthur and Arturo Vidal this summer, but remain in the market ahead of the La Liga transfer deadline.
Denayer departs Man City
Manchester City have announced Jason Denayer's permanent transfer to Lyon.
The Belgium international defender has taken in a number of loan spells over recent years, but he is now heading to France on a full-time basis.
Guerreiro still in PSG's sights
Paris Saint-Germain are continuing to weigh up a move for Borussia Dortmund full-back Raphael Guerreiro, according to L'Equipe.
The Portugal international is one of several options being considered, with PSG reluctant to meet a €40 million (£36m/$46m) asking price.
Pjanic to pen new deal with Juve
Miralem Pjanic is poised to pen a contract extension at Juventus which will keep him in Turin until 2023, claims Sky Sport Italia.
The highly-rated midfielder has been linked with the likes of Chelsea and Barcelona of late but is now set to commit his future to the Serie A champions.
No Zidane plan at Man Utd
Red Devils won't replace Mourinho with ex-Madrid boss
Manchester United have no intention of parting with Jose Mourinho and bringing in former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane, reports BBC Sport.
A source inside Old Trafford has said: "Why would we discuss Zidane when there is no job?"
Raiola fuels Pogba exit talk
Mino Raiola has continued the war of words between Paul Pogba and Paul Scholes, claiming the former Manchester United midfielder wouldn't recognise a leader if one was stood in front of him.
He also claimed that the 43-year-old should become the new director of football at Old Trafford so that he can advise Ed Woodward to sell Pogba.
Di Maria set to sign PSG extension
Angel Di Maria is set to sign a contract extension with Paris Saint-Germain taking him through to 2021, claims Le Parisien.
The Argentina international forward has been with the Ligue 1 champions since 2015, taking in over 130 appearances for the club to date.
Barca ready to part with €30m Rafinha
Barcelona are close to sanctioning a loan move for Rafinha which will see Real Betis acquire the midfielder with a €30 million (£27m/$35m) purchase option, reports Radio Catalunya.
The Brazilian spent part of the last season with Serie A side Inter, but no permanent deal was done there and he is now set to remain in La Liga.
Mourinho was too late with Van Dijk move
Manchester United made a move for Virgil van Dijk during the January transfer window, claims the Daily Mail.
The Red Devils were, however, too late in asking about the Dutchman as their approach came on the day a £75 million ($96m) centre-half was undergoing a medical at Liverpool.
Bolt still dreaming of Old Trafford
Having just started an indefinite training period with Australian club Central Coast Mariners, Usain Bolt has revealed he’s still dreaming of one day playing in England for Manchester United.
The eight-time Olympic gold medallist said: "I daydream all the time about just big things...one of my biggest is to play for Manchester United."
Everton duo near exits
Everton duo Yannick Bolasie and Mo Besic are holding discussions with Middlesbrough as they near a loan move to the Championship club, reports the Northern Echo.
Boro manager Tony Pulis and chief executive Neil Bausor met with the pair in the last two days with the club hopeful the pair can finalise moves by the weekend.
While the plan is for the deals to be initial loans, Boro are exploring the options to make the move for each player permanent.
Oblak 'sad' if Filipe Luis leaves Atletico
Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak has said it would be sad if Filipe Luis has played his last game for the club after their 1-1 draw against Valencia in their La Liga opener.
The Brazil international full-back has been linked with Ligue 1 champions PSG and Atletico head coach Diego Simeone said he would be willing to accommodate the player's wishes.
The defender started the draw against Valencia and Oblak admitted it would be sad if his team-mate departs, though he appeared to hold out hope Filipe Luis will remain.
Hazard wants Champions League football
The Belgium star will demand a Blues exit if the club can't return to the Champions League
Chelsea are ready to hand Eden Hazard a five-year contract worth £300,000 ($385K) a week, but remains hesitant to sign a new deal, according to the Sun.
Hazard wants to win the Champions League - something that can't happen with the Blues this year as they missed out on the Premier League top four.
Should the club miss out again on next season's Champions League, Hazard would demand an exit.
City's Zinchenko to join Real Betis on loan
Manchester City youngster Oleksandr Zinchenko is near a deal to join La Liga side Real Betis on a season long loan, reports the Sun.
The 21-year-old Zinchenko has been allowed to move as playing time will be hard to come by with City, with the loan considered beneficial to all parties.
Alcacer targeted by Dortmund
Barcelona striker Paco Alcacer has become Borussia Dortmund's top summer priority, L'Equipe states.
The Spain international has been on the fringes of things with the Catalans and could move to Germany, where BVB are desperate for more firepower.
Modeste asks for FIFA help to leave China
Former Hoffenheim striker Anthony Modeste has appealed to FIFA for help to leave Chinese side Tianjin Quanjian, Sky Sport reports.
The attacker wants to depart the CSL but is fearful they will not grant his request to move.
Borussia Dortmund are interested in him, while he is also in contact with sides in France, Saudi Arabia and Russia.
Real Madrid plotting late Weigl swoop
Real Madrid are to wait until the last minute in the transfer window in order to sign Borussia Dortmund's Julian Weigl, Don Balon reports.
Dubbed 'the new Sergio Busquets', Weigl will not be sold for less than €75m (£67m/$86m) by BVB.
Madrid president Florentino Perez, however, believes that making a late bid will allow his side to save on that figure.
Busquets' contract details revealed
Sergio Busquets' new Barcelona contract will have a release clause worth €500m (£449m/$574m) and will run until 2023, according to figures obtained by Mundo Deportivo.
Busquets has not yet signed the deal, but the two parties have come to an agreement, which should be made official soon.
Barcelona to pounce for Pogba in January
Man Utd star to be the next 'Coutinho case'
Barcelona will be patient over signing Paul Pogba and could wait until January to sign the France international, Don Balon states.
The Catalans are 90% sure they will not sign him before the end of the summer transfer window but are prepared to wait for events at Old Trafford to unfold before swooping in the winter.
Pogba's relationship with manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly strained and the Camp Nou side are ready to pounce, just as they did for Philippe Coutinho when they took him from Liverpool in January.
Loftus-Cheek to remain at Chelsea
Chelsea have told Ruben Loftus-Cheek that he must remain at Stamford Bridge, the Guardian states.
The England midfielder impressed at Crystal Palace last season and new manager Maurizio Sarri has told him he will get a change to impress with the Blues.
As such, any loan offers before the end of the European transfer window will not be considered.
Barcelona will not sell Rakitic for less than €125m
PSG told to spend big on Croatia ace
Barcelona have told Paris Saint-Germain that they will have to pay Ivan Rakitic's release clause if they are to sign him, Marca reports.
The Croatia international was one of the stars of the World Cup and the Parisians want him to reinforce their midfield, where they may lose Adrien Rabiot.
However, they have been told to stump up €125m (£112m/$144m) in order to complete a deal.
Mourinho and Woodward to clash over Martial
Trouble brewing at Old Trafford
The troubled times at Manchester United are set to continue as manager Jose Mourinho and CEO Ed Woodward are set to go to war over Anthony Martial, The Star says.
The France star has been peripheral for months under the Portuguese, who wants the former Monaco man off his books.
Woodward, however, believes that Martial must go for big money if he is to leave Old Trafford.
Bordeaux have established Henry contact
Bordeaux have made contact with Arsenal legend Thierry Henry over the possibility of him becoming their next coach, L'Equipe reports.
Currently on the Belgium staff, the former striker has not knocked back the Ligue 1 side, although his wages could complicate any deal.
The likes of Jurgen Klinsmann and Laurent Blanc have also been linked with the post.