Parlour: Arsenal must keep Ramsey
Arsenal “need British players”, says Ray Parlour, with it vital that Aaron Ramsey stays if Danny Welbeck becomes the next home-grown talent to depart.
The former Gunners star believes the loss of Jack Whilshere has also made it key for his former club to hang on to the Welsh midfielder.
'Zaha perfect for Chelsea, Arsenal or Spurs'
Wilfried Zaha would be a great addition for Chelsea, Arsenal or Tottenham, says John Salako, with Crystal Palace’s contract rebel ready for another shot at the big time.
Former Palace winger Salako also believes the talented winger moved to Manchester United before he was ready to play at the highest level.
Malcom explains Barcelona choice
New Barcelona signing Malcom hailed the stature of the La Liga champions after turning his back on an expected transfer to Roma.
The 21-year-old secured a "dream" €41 million (£36.5m/$48m) move to Camp Nou on Tuesday, just a day after Bordeaux announced they had accepted a bid from Roma.
Monaco acquire Aholou
Monaco have signed Jean-Eudes Aholou from Strasbourg following Joao Moutinho's transfer to Wolves.
The 24-year-old Ivorian has moved to the Stade Louis II stadium on a five-year deal, for a fee believed to be in the region of €15 million (£13m/$18m).
Malcom: The new Coutinho?
Barcelona have signed another Brazilian. Winger Malcom had agreed personal terms with Roma, but the Bordeaux midfielder opted to join the Blaugrana instead after the Catalans hijacked his transfer late on.
Who is he though and what will he add to the ranks at Camp Nou?
Schurrle heading back to England
Former Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle is on the verge of securing a return to the Premier League at Fulham, claims Sky Sports.
The Germany international is due to undergo a medical with the Cottagers on Wednesday before finalising a second stint in west London.
Bournemouth bring in Rico
'Chelsea can't give Hazard what he wants'
Chelsea risk losing Eden Hazard, Thibaut Courtois and Willian as they cannot offer what superstar performers want, says Mario Melchiot.
The Blues will be without Champions League football in 2018-19, leaving them facing the threat of European rivals raiding them for top talent.
Chelsea to go Green?
Veteran goalkeeper Rob Green has emerged as a candidate to help Chelsea through their goalkeeping troubles, reports The Sun.
The 38-year-old former England international, who spent last season with Huddersfield, will be arriving at Stamford Bridge to help provide depth in a department which may still require a new No. 1 if Thibaut Courtois moves on.
Richarlison makes €40m move
Everton snap up Brazilian on five-year deal
Everton have completed the signing of Richarlison for £40 million ($53m) from Watford, with the Brazilian penning a five-year contract.
The 21-year-old forward only moved to England in the summer of 2017, but quickly set about making his mark in the Premier League and has earned a high-profile switch to Goodison Park.
Man Utd consider Mina move
Mourinho ready to join chase for Barca defender
Manchester United are ready to join the hunt for Barcelona defender Yerry Mina, according to RMC Sport.
The Colombia international has been heavily linked with Everton and Lyon during the summer transfer window.
He has also expressed a desire to remain at Camp Nou, but could be offered the chance to head for Old Trafford.
No Pjanic buys for Pep
Pep Guardiola has ruled out Manchester City making a move for Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic and suggested that his summer spending could already be at an end.
He has said: "Maybe one will come, maybe not, we'll see, but at the moment we have a good enough squad."
Inter planning Herrera move
Inter are hoping to bring Hector Herrera to Milan this summer, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Herrera's agent, Matias Bunge, reportedly has told the Nerrazzuri his client would join the team if his €40 million (£36m/$47m) release clause is met.
However, the sale of Inter's Joao Mario, who doesn't figure in Luciano Spalletti's plans, has stalled, with his departure needed to fund the move.
Wolves complete Moutinho coup
Wolves have strengthened their Portuguese contingent with the signing of midfielder Joao Moutinho from Monaco.
The Premier League new boys have paid a reported £5 million ($7m) for the Portugal international, who has agreed a two-year deal.
Who bid €100m for Koulibaly?
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has admitted to having knocked back a £89 million (€100m/$117m) bid from England for Manchester United and Chelsea target Kalidou Koulibaly.
The Senegal international has long been linked with a move to the Premier League, with speculation having resurfaced during the current transfer window.
De Laurentiis has also addressed talk of Napoli raiding Chelsea for a new striker and you can see what he has had to say here.
Roma find Alisson replacement
Roma have announced the signing of Sweden international Robin Olsen as a replacement for Alisson.
The Serie A side have spent an initial €8.5million (£8m/$10m) to bring the goalkeeper in from Copenhagen, who could receive a further €3.5m in add-ons.
Janssen heading for Spurs exit?
Vincent Janssen could soon be heading out of Tottenham on another loan deal, reports Sky Sports.
The Dutch striker spent much of the 2017-18 campaign with Fenerbahce, and the Turkish outfit are keen on bringing him back for a second spell.
Milan make their move for Conte
AC Milan have made contact with former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte about taking charge at San Siro, reports SportItalia.
The Italian was sacked by the Blues on the back of Premier League and FA Cup triumphs, but could make a swift return to work in his homeland.
Mourinho wants two more at Man Utd
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho hopes to sign two new players but is not sure the opportunities will arise.
United have added Brazil midfielder Fred to their squad for the 2018-19 season, along with teenage full-back Diogo Dalot and goalkeeper Lee Grant.
Krychowiak leaves PSG on loan
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak has joined Lokomotiv Moscow on loan.
Having completed his Lokomotiv medical earlier on Tuesday, he has agreed to join Yuri Semin's side in time for the Russian Super Cup clash with CSKA Moscow on Friday.
Barcelona announce Malcom arrival
Brazilian to sign five-year deal
Barcelona have confirmed an agreement has been reached to sign Bordeaux forward Malcom.
Having hijacked Roma's move for the 21-year-old, the Blaugrana will pay €41 million (£36.6m/$48m) to sign the Brazilian.
Malcom will now undergo a medical on Wednesday having agreed to sign a five-year deal at Camp Nou.
Martial wants Premier League stay
Anthony Martial has put Chelsea and Tottenham on alert, with the wantaway Manchester United forward keen on remaining in the Premier League.
According to The Sun, the France international has made it clear he wants to stay in England as he plots his departure from Old Trafford.
The Red Devils have made it clear he will only be sold to a club abroad, but Martial is ready to go to war with the club he joined 2015.
Fulham snap up Fabri
Premier League new boys Fulham have completed the signing of Spanish goalkeeper Fabri from Besiktas for an undisclosed fee.
The 30-year-old has signed a three-year deal at Craven Cottage
Zlatan hints at 'special' Man Utd signing
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is predicting "something special" for Manchester United, with the club's former forward suggesting Jose Mourinho could land a big transfer deal.
The enigmatic Swede has said: "Be ready for this season because something special will happen and I think the boss has something going on. We will keep that a secret!"
Werder Bremen to move for Pasalic
Werder Bremen are considering a move for Chelsea midfielder Mario Pasalic, according Transfermarkt.de.
The Bundesliga club had been hoping to seal a deal for Everton midfielder Davy Klaassen but his wage demands have proved too high.
Huddersfield Town are also apparently in for the Dutchman and thus Werder have decided to switch their focus to Pasalic, with a decision expected on Wednesday.
The stars who could leave Real Madrid
With the transfer window entering its final few weeks, there are still a number of players whose futures are unclear.
Real Madrid's squad is no different with the likes of Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Mateo Kovacic all having been linked with exits.
Goal's La Liga Correspondent, Ben Hayward, looks at the futures of those at Santiago Bernabeu who could be on the move.
Man Utd & Chelsea move for Thiago
Ex-Barca star in demand
Manchester United and Chelsea have made enquiries regarding a move for Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara, according to ESPN.
The Spain international has been linked with a move away from the Bundesliga champions, with former club Barcelona reportedly keen.
But it is the Premier League giants that have shown the most interest during the summer window thus far.
Coman responds to Arsenal speculation
Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman has denied he has had any contact with Arsenal.
The France international has been linked with a move to the Emirates, but played down speculation that he might leave Munich, claiming he is happy at Bayern. Coman signed a new three-year deal late last year and is happy to stay at the club and fight for his place.
Man Utd turn to Rebic
Manchester United are showing an interest in signing Eintracht Frankfurt forward Ante Rebic, according to The Independent.
Rebic impressed for Croatia at the World Cup, catching Jose Mourinho's attention as he looks to bolster his attacking options ahead of next season.
The Red Devils have given up on signing Willian but have not ruled out a move for Real Madrid star Gareth Bale, with Rebic seen as a more affordable alternative to both.
Barca agree deal to sign Malcom
Stolen from under Roma's nose
Barcelona have agreed a €41 million (£36.5m/$48m) deal to sign Boredeaux forward Malcom
The 21-year-old looked set to join Roma after a fee was agreed between the two clubs on Monday.
But Barca have now hijacked the move, with Malcom set to sign a five-year deal at Camp Nou
Bayern want €50m for Boateng
Bayern Munich want at least €50 million (£44.6m/$58.5m) for defender Jerome Boateng this summer, according to Suddeutsche Zeitung.
New Bayern boss Niko Kovac is willing to let Boateng leave after a run of poor form and injuries have seen him fall down the pecking order.
Paris Saint-Germain are interested but are set to have to fork out plenty of cash to get their man.
Henry agrees to take Aston Villa job
New owners eye France legend
Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry has agreed to take over as manager of Aston Villa, according to the Daily Star.
Henry has been working as a coach for the Belgium national side since 2016 and has recently given up his role as a pundit on Sky Sports to pursue a management career.
And he is being lined up to replace Steve Bruce at Villa Park, with the club's new owners unsure Bruce is the right man to lead them back to the Premier League.
Chelsea want €80m for Willian
Chelsea want €80 million (£71m/$93) from Barcelona if the Catalans are to land Willian, according to Sport.
The Blues have apparently rejected an offer of €60m (£53m/$70m) from the Liga champions as they seek a higher fee for the Brazil international.
Negotiations between both parties are ongoing, although Barca will refuse to pay a big fee for a player that turns 30 in August.
Chelsea close in on shock Reina move
Chelsea are closing in on a shock £9 million ($11.8m) for AC Milan goalkeeper Pepe Reina, according to The Sun.
Reina only completed a free transfer to Milan from Napoli a matter of weeks ago but is now set to link up with Maurizio Sarri once again.
The ex-Liverpool man is set to replace Thibaut Courtois at Stamford Bridge, with Real Madrid closin in on the Belgium international, before forming part of Sarri's coaching staff upon his retirement.
Man City prepare huge Pjanic bid
Will Pep Guardiola get his man?
Manchester City are preparing a huge bid for Juventus midfielder Miralem Pjanic, according to CalcioMercato.com.
City have previously shown an interest in the Bosnia-Herzegovina international, and are now set to make their move having missed out on Jorginho.
And Pjanic's agent, Fali Ramidani, has already spoken to Juve to inform them that City's next bid will be closer to their €100 million (£89.2m/$116.9m) valuation of the ex-Roma man.
Juve & Milan consider Bonucci-Higuain swap
Juventus and AC Milan are considering a shock swap deal involving Leonardo Bonucci and Gonzalo Higuain.
Milan's technical director, Leonardo, and Juve CEO Beppe Marotta are already in discussions, though they are only at an early stage.
Juve are ready to move Higuain on after the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, while they wish to reinforce their defence, despite allowing Bonucci to leave last year.
Rodriguez 'very happy' at Bayern
James Rodriguez insisted he is very happy at Bayern Munich despite reports he could cut short his loan deal to return to Real Madrid.
James is halfway through a two-year loan agreement after leaving Madrid for Bayern, who have the option to purchase the Colombia star permanently in 2019.
Lyon make offer for Hector Herrera
A bid has been made for Mexico star Hector Herrera by French side Lyon, according to Paris United (via Get French Football News).
The Porto midfielder has also reportedly drawn interest from the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona as well as Serie A side Inter.
Ronaldo wants Juve to sign Andre Gomes
Cristiano Ronaldo want Juventus to raid Barcelona for Andre Gomes, according to Don Balon.
The report claims that Ronaldo believes his countryman would fit perfectly beside him under Massimiliano Allegri.
Despite his struggles at Barcelona, the former Madrid man thinks he can help the 24-year-old reach the potential that saw La Liga's top clubs chasing him in the first place.
Acosta trade the perfect wake-up call
Kellyn Acosta's trade from FC Dallas to the Colorado Rapids could be just the wake-up call the USMNT midfielder needs.
After starring for the USA at the 2017 Gold Cup, injuries and poor form have slowed the career trajectory for the 23-year-old who was being touted for a move to Europe last summer.
Mourinho wants more money
Jose Mourinho has held talks with Manchester United bosses in attempt to secure more cash to strengthen the squad, according to The Sun.
Despite the club having already spent around £75 million ($98m) on transfers this summer, the Portuguese manager believes his team need more firepower in the midfield along with added depth along the back line.
Barcelona must pay £70m for Willian
Chelsea set asking price for Brazilian star
Barcelona have been made aware by Chelsea that it will take an offer of £70 million to tempt them into selling Willian, claims The Sun.
The Camp Nou giants have seen three bids for the Brazilian knocked back, with the last of those coming in at around the £55m mark.
Those at Stamford Bridge are reluctant to sell, with new Blues boss Maurizio Sarri eager to retain the services of all the prized assets he has inherited from Antonio Conte.
Liverpool planning £70m clearout
Klopp ready to part with seven senior stars
Divock Origi and Simon Mignolet could be high-profile casualties as Liverpool look to trim their squad significantly before next month’s transfer deadline.
The Reds could recoup as much as £70 million ($78m) from player sales over the next fortnight, with as many as seven first-teamers facing uncertain futures.
Tottenham want Modric back
Spurs plotting raid for former favourite
Tottenham are eager to bring Luka Modric back to the Premier League this summer from Real Madrid, reports Don Balon.
They are, however, set to face resistance, with the Blancos confident that they can keep a man who starred for Croatia in their run to the 2018 World Cup final at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Richarlison ready for £40m Everton move
Everton are ready to complete a £40 million ($52m) agreement for Watford forward Richarlison, according to the Daily Star.
The Brazilian was on Merseyside for a medical on Monday and is set to put the finishing trouches to a big-money move at some point over the next 24 hours.
Man Utd battle rivals for £50m Sarr
Manchester United are set to battle Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal for Rennes starlet Ismaila Sarr, claims The Sun.
The 20-year-old winger starred for Senegal at World Cup 2018 and could soon be offered the chance to further his development in the Premier League as part of a £50 million ($66m) move.