Niang leaving Torino on loan
M'Baye Niang is leaving Torino on loan, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
The winger is moving Stade Rennais for the season just a year after joining the Serie A side.
Swansea want Bony out as Galatasaray circle
Swansea City have decided they want to sell Wilfried Bony, with Galatasaray ready to make an offer, Goal understands.
Bony scored two goals in 15 appearances last season as the Swans were relegated to the Championship.
Though the Ivorian striker has expressed a desire to stay with Swansea, the club are prepared to let him go at a cut-price rate.
Real Madrid sign Lyon striker Mariano
Real Madrid have signed Lyon striker Mariano Diaz in a deal worth €30 million (£27m/$35m).
Mariano left Madrid for Lyon a year ago for €8m, and Madrid have activated their buy-back option after the striker scored 18 league goals in 2017-18.
Marchisio set for Porto or Benfica
Former Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio is set for a move to either Porto or Benfica, Goal understands.
The 32-year-old left Juve earlier this month, and drew interest from Sporting CP before the club eventually turned to other targets.
But Marchisio still has suitors in Portugal and his family are very much open to the idea of living in Lisbon, possibly giving Benfica the advantage over Porto.
Martial to sign new Man Utd deal
The French attacker now believes he will outlast Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford
Anthony Martial is set to sign a new five-year Manchester United deal, reports The Times.
The 22-year-old has been offered the new contract despite his public feuding with manager Jose Mourinho, which has led to reports he could be ready to leave Old Trafford.
But Martial will now sign the deal, as he believes he will last longer at United than the increasingly under-pressure Mourinho.
Loftus-Cheek & Abraham set for loan moves
Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Tammy Abraham could be set to leave Chelsea this week on loan.
New Blues boss Maurizio Sarri feels his squad is still too large and will have the final say on which players leave the club during the remainder of the transfer window.
Crystal Palace winger seals Lorient loan
Ben Arfa set for Rennes move
Free agent Hatem Ben Arfa has met with Rennes' officials and is close to completing a deal with the Ligue 1 side, L'Equipe reports.
The former Newcastle and Paris Saint-Germain attacker has not played in over a year after being frozen out in the capital.
Meanwhile, if the move breaks down, Rennes have been linked with a move for Porto's Hernani.
Man City eye Ruben Neves move but fear Man Utd hijacking
Manchester City want to sign Wolves' midfielder Ruben Neves, but they are wary rivals Manchester United could beat them to the punch.
Goal has learned that Pep Guardiola's men are keen on the midfielder, but Jorge Mendes' influence at Wolves could complicate a deal.
Dembele is a target, admits Lyon president
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has confirmed that his club are trying to sign Celtic attacker Moussa Dembele.
"We're interested in Dembele. We're in contact with him and he's interested. But he's just one option among others," he said.
Defoe will not be loaned out by Bournemouth
Eddie Howe has insisted Jermain Defoe will not be loaned out and is a key part of his plans at Bournemouth.
The former England striker has been linked to Nottingham Forest but it seems that won't happen.
"I’m not going to let anyone go," manager Eddie Howe told Sky Sports.
Why €30 million man Paco Alcacer flopped at Barcelona
Paco Alcacer managed just 15 goals in two season at Barcelona and has been shunted out on loan to Borussia Dortmund.
Tuchel picked Bernat over Felipe Luis
Paris Saint-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel was behind the club's move for Juan Bernat, RMC reports.
Given the choice of the Bayern Munich man or Felipe Luis, he went with the Spaniard because he is used to playing a left wing-back role in the style of Pep Guardiola.
Tuchel wants to implement a similar system in Paris and, therefore, believes the younger man is better suited.
Lyon eye Dembele and Pepe as Mariano replacement
With Marian Diaz heading back to Spain, either to Real Madrid or Sevilla, Lyon are hunting for a replacement forward, L'Equipe reports.
Moussa Dembele of Celtic is one option they are looking at, while the other is Lille forward Nicolas Pepe.
With Mariano expected to fetch up to €40m (£36m/$47m), Lyon should have the finances to sign either.
Barcelona still hopeful over Pogba move
Man Utd could still lose France ace
Barcelona are still hopeful they can sign Paul Pogba, Sport reports, although they are pessimistic it will be this summer.
The Frenchman could leave Old Trafford in January, or perhaps after the 2018-19 season has concluded.
Barca are also still keen on Frenkie de Jong, who has said he will stay at Ajax, and PSG's Adrien Rabiot, who is out of contract next summer.
The Catalans want to sign two of those players.
UD Ibiza eye Cassano
Spanish second-division side UD Ibiza are keen to sign Antonio Cassano, per AS.
The Segunda B side have already signed Marco Borriello, and wish to pair the Italian with the former Real Madrid star.
Yaya Toure agrees Olympiakos return
Yaya Toure has agreed to return to Olympiakos as a free agent, per the Daily Mirror.
Toure's agent had suggested he could move to a London club, but he is instead set to return to Greece, where he spent the 2005-06 season, and earn £2 million-per-season.
PSG eye late Milinkovic-Savic move
PSG are negotiating a late deal for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, according to Paris United.
The Lazio midfielder has attracted interest from the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea, but PSG
McAuley destined for Scotland move?
Northern Ireland veteran Gareth McAuley could make a move to Scottish Premiership leaders Hearts, according to the Sun.
The 38-year-old former WBA man is wanted as cover to the injured Christophe Berra.
Meanwhile, Aberdeen could move for him if Celtic sign Scott McKenna, while Steven Gerrard's Rangers see him as potential cover in their ranks, too.
Real Madrid could make late defender move
Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui will move for another defender if Jesus Vallejo departs.
Real Sociedad are trying to sign the player on loan, and if they are successful, it is to depart, Mario Hermoso of Espanyol is his likely replacement.
Everton and Zenit St Petersburg previously wanted the former Blancos academy player.
Sevilla close to Portu signing
After missing out on Mariano Diaz, who will sign for Real Madrid, Sevilla will snap up Girona forward Portu, COPE reports.
Real Sociedad also want the attacker, but Sevilla have bid €20m (£18m/$23m) for the player, €5m more than their rivals.
La Real could move for Everton's Sandro instead.
'I would say that he will stay' - Hoeness sees Boateng stay
Jerome Boateng will not leave Bayern Munich this summer, Uli Hoeness has claimed.
PSG remain interested in the Germany international centre-back, but FCB are confident of keeping hold of the veteran.
"If you want to hear my feeling tonight, I would say that he will stay in Munich," Hoeness said.
Zouma retains Chelsea hopes
Kurt Zouma might have been shipped on loan to Everton this season, but he believes he can prove himself at Chelsea.
"I want to show people I can come back and play there," he said.
Injuries have played a major role in hampering efforts to break through at Stamford Bridge.
Mariano trains with Lyon
Mariano Diaz appears destined to move to Real Madrid, but the striker has trained with Lyon this morning.
The prolific forward, also associated with Sevilla, worked apart from the main squad, while Maxwel Cornet, who has been linked with Schalke, worked with Bruno Genesio's men.
Man City to fight Barcelona over Rabiot
Barca eye PSG ace
Adrien Rabiot's entourage will speak to Manchester City over a potential move to the Premier League side, RAC1 reports.
He spent time at the club as a youngster and his team are ready to listen to what Pep Guardiola's outfit have to say to him.
However, the France midfielder, who has just a year left on his deal, is still very attracted to Barcelona and could even renew in Paris.
Tottenham youngsters sign on
'Mourinho should not be sacked' - Robson
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho deserves more time to get things right at Old Trafford, Bryan Robson has said.
The club legend, however, claims that the Portuguese must settle on a defence if things are to improve.
Kezman wants to end Milinkovic-Savic speculation
Mateja Kezman, the agent of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic has tried to pour cold water on reports the Lazio midfielder could move this summer.
Speaking to La Lazio Siamo Noi, he said: "Enough with all this false information, it's lasted all summer."
Despite the pleas, the Serbia midfielder continues to be linked with PSG.
Rennes hope to sign Niang
Rennes hope to sign Mbaye Niang from Torino, L'Equipe reports.
The former Montpellier man has been a target for the Bretons for several weeks now, but they face a challenge to sign him. An unnamed club has offered the Senegal forward more money and the opportunity to play in the Champions League.
Loftus-Cheek angry loan bids were snubbed
Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek has been left furious with the club that loan bids from Monaco and Schalke were knocked back, The Sun reports.
The England man is fearful that a lack of first-team football could cost him his place in the national team.
While that will be hard to come by at Stamford Bridge, clubs on the continent were willing to give him a chance but their offers for a temporary deal have thus far been rebuffed.
With the European window still open, a move remains possible, though unlikely.
Barcelona to move to Uruguay starlet
Barcelona are ready to make a bid for Ronald Araujo of Boston River, Ovacion reports.
The Uruguay Under-20 captain is a centre-back and will cost in the region of €5 million (£4.5m/$6.8m).
He is not expected to be involved in Barca's first team immediately.
Bolt set to earn Mariners game time
Olympic champion sprinter Usain Bolt is set to be given game time in a Central Coast Mariners friendly as he attempts to get a contract with the A-League club.
He has been on trial with the Australian side and remains hopeful of earning a professional deal.
He will feature in a match against a Central Coast Select side on Friday.
Where will Yaya go? Not West Ham or Crystal Palace...
It's not West Ham, 100%.— Dimitry Seluk (@dmitriseluk) August 28, 2018
Yaya is a champion. The last place is not for him 😃 https://t.co/eDGeI0EvFf
Barcelona-target De Jong: I'm staying at Ajax
Frenkie De Jong has confirmed that he will not move to Barcelona this summer.
The Ajax youngster had been linked with the Catalans, but after the Dutch side qualified for the Champions League, he made clear that he will remain in Amsterdam for the year.
"Maybe someday I'll join Barcelona, but not this season. I'm staying at Ajax. I think it will be a good year," he told NOS.
Mayoral searching for Real Madrid exit
Real Madrid attacker Borja Mayoral will push for a transfer before the end of the window, AS believe.
With Mariano Diaz set to sign for Los Blancos, the striker will fall to third in the pecking order, which is not a position he is happy with.
Sevilla and Levante are both on course to snap him up.
Oblak to reject new Atletico deal
Jan Oblak is unhappy with Atletico Madrid and will refuse to sign a new deal with the club, AS states.
He feels that the club have broken promises made to him since extending his contract to 2021, with a €100m release clause.
Liverpool, PSG and Chelsea were all interested in the summer.
Aston Villa make Moukoudi move
Aston Villa have made an approach for Le Havre centre-back Harold Moukoudi, L'Equipe reports.
The Championship side have offered the Ligue 2 outfit €9 million (£8m/$10.5m) for the defender.
Celtic and Rennes are among the clubs otherwise watching the 20-year-old
Benzema will remain Real Madrid's No.9
Karim Benzema will be Real Madrid's No.9 throughout this season, if everything goes to plan, Marca reports.
Los Blancos had hoped to add to the firepower in their side, but they will not be able to sign anyone to replace the Frenchman before the end of the transfer window.
They continue to be linked with Lyon striker Mariano Diaz, who could play second string to Benzema.
Rose poised for Spurs stay
Danny Rose is set to stay at Tottenham after impressing Mauricio Pochettino, reports the Telegraph.
The full-back seemed poised to leave the club this summer, but has been so impressive in training that his manager now wants to keep him in London.
Ronaldo wants Marcelo at Juventus
Former Blancos star wants Brazilian to join him in Italy
Cristiano Ronaldo wants Juventus to make a push for Marcelo, according to Don Balon.
Florentino Perez is not willing to make a deal however, and insists that the only way for the Brazilian to leave is to meet his €200 million (£182m/$234m) release clause.
Timbers midfielder loaned to Portugal
The Portland Timbers have loaned midfielder Eryk Williamson to Portuguese first-division side Clube Desportivo Santa Clara for the season, the club announced on Tuesday.
In his first season with the club the 21-year-old made 15 appearances for the Portland's USL side.
Union send winger to Turkey
The Philadelphia Union sent midfielder Eric Ayuk to Turkish First League club Osmanlispor FK, the club announced on Tuesday.
The 21-year-old played in 29 league matches over three seasons with the club.
LAFC's Ciman transfers to Dijon
Los Angeles FC has announced that defender Laurent Ciman has joined Dijon in Ligue 1.
The 33-year-old joined the expansion side from the Montreal Impact prior to the 2018 season, and started all 22 games in which he appeared.
Lacazette considers Arsenal exit
Striker frustrated over playing time
Alexandre Lacazette is considering leaving Arsenal this month, Le10 Sport reports.
The French striker is unhappy with his role on the Gunners' bench and does not expect to be given a chance in the starting XI this season.
As European clubs have a few days left before the transfer window closes, Lacazette's agent has already been in touch to notify clubs of his situation, but Arsenal will not want to lose a player they cannot replace.
Toure passes medical with London club
Yaya Toure has passed a medical and is set to join a club in London, according to his agent.
The midfielder is a free agent after leaving Manchester City and had been linked to West Ham, and while Dimitriy Selkurk stopped short of revealing the club, he says Toure is not joining Manuel Pellegrini's team or Crystal Palace.
PSG close in on €15m Bernat signing
Paris Saint-Germain have agreed a €15 million (£14m/$18m) fee with Bayern Munich for left-back Juan Bernat, RMC Sport says.
Bernat is yet to sign a deal with the French side but is expected to complete the move before the close of the transfer window.
PSG are also still trying to sign Filipe Luis from Atletico Madrid, but worry they are running out of time to land him.
Man Utd players believe Mourinho just one loss from the sack
Pressure building on manager ahead of Burnley trip
Manchester United players believe Jose Mourinho will be sacked if they lose to Burnley on Sunday, The Daily Mail claims.
The defeat to Tottenham at home on Monday has left the Portuguese coach on thin ice at United and it is believed Ed Woodward is preparing to let him go.
The prospect of Mourinho being axed is being discussed in the dressing room, with rumours of Zinedine Zidane's interest in replacing him also demanding their attention.
Salah, Kane & Lozano on Barcelona shortlist
Barcelona have placed Mohamed Salah, Harry Kane and Hirving Lozano on their list of potential replacements for Luis Suarez, according to Diario Gol.
The Catalan side are worried Suarez's best days are behind him and hope to land another attacker and see the Tottenham star as an ideal fit. However, with Salah shining at Liverpool and Lozano continuing to make headlines at PSV, they have several options.
Bayern Munich striker Timo Werner is also seen as a potential candidate.