Adi to make USL move
ESPN's Taylor Twellman is now reporting that the prolific MLS forward will drop down a division for the rest of the season to join up with FC Cincinnati, with the club set to start play in MLS next season.
Pickford in line for new Everton deal
AC Milan take Locatelli off the market
Milan youngster Manuel Locatelli has been taken off the transfer market following a change in ownership, according to CalcioMercato.
The 20-year-old seemed destined for a move to Sassuolo before the ownership changed hands, but new technical director Leonardo is a fan of the midfielder and wants to keep him on board.
Ronaldo arrives in Turin
Cristiano Ronaldo has arrived in Turin ahead of his first training session with Juventus on Monday.
And while the club are still on pre-season tour in the United States, Ronaldo and other members who missed out after the World Cup are expected to take part in training at the club's home base on Monday.
Man Utd must pay Alexis-level money for Lewy
The Bayern Munich striker has been linked with a move to Real Madrid, but United are also said to be interested. However, the Red Devils would have to fork out the same level of remuneration as Sanchez, who is reported to earn in the region of £500k ($655k) a week.
Witsel set for Dortmund medical
Newcastle chasing Lejeune replacement
Florian Lejeune has suffered a cruciate ligament injury that means the Newcastle United defender will need surgery, leaving the club in search of replacements.
"We needed a centre-back before [Lejeune's injury] and still we need maybe another one," said Magpies boss Rafa Benitez. "It's bad news about Lejeune but to see Fabian Schar doing well is important; he will give us this extra option we didn't have."
Madrid plot £100m swoop for Willian & Courtois
The Liga giants are hoping to add reinforcements in attack and defence
Los Blancos have long been linked with Blues goalkeeper Courtois, but have added Willian to their wishlist, with the Brazil international expected to cost around £65m ($85m).
Roma keen on Bailey
The paper reports that the club's director of football, Monchi, is considering an approach for the Jamaican, who has impressed in the Bundesliga over the course of the past two seasons.
Mawson to Fulham talks at advanced stage
The recently promoted outfit are strengthening their squad for the upcoming Premier League season, having already secured the services of Jean Michael Seri and Andre Schurrle, and Mawson would help to bolster their defence.
Akpom closes in on £2m PAOK move
Arsenal forward Chuba Akpom is set to join Greek side PAOK in the coming days,Goal understands.
Rummenigge: No contact with PSG over Boateng
"We have received no contact from PSG and we have not discussed money. I do know that his advisor is in Paris, but nothing has been finalised at all," he said in a quote released by the club on Twitter.
Mitrovic arrives for Fulham medical
Simeone urges Vrsaljko to stay at Atleti
Napoli confirm offer for Man Utd star Darmian
Liverpool accept £3.5m Rosenborg bid for Chirivella
Liverpool have accepted a bid worth up to £3.5 million ($4.5m) from Rosenborg for midfielder Pedro Chirivella.
The Spaniard has featured regularly during the Reds’ pre-season campaign, and played in the 4-1 win over Manchester United in Michigan on Saturday.
'Bale return not realistic' - Pochettino
Bale made no secret of his frustration with a lack of starts for Real Madrid at the end of last season, suggesting he could leave the club after scoring twice in the Champions League final defeat of Liverpool in May.
The 29-year-old has long been linked with a return to Spurs, although the club would appear unlikely to be willing or able to meet the Wales star's wage demands.
Newcastle open Rondon talks
Rondon has a £16.5 million ($21.6m) release clause, though Dwight Gayle could be included as part of the deal.
West Ham prepare second Vida bid
The Irons have had a €25 million (£22.3m/$29.2m) offer rejected for the Croatia international centre-back who shone during the World Cup for the runners-up.
And despite Monaco making a €30m (£26.7m/$35m) bid of their own, the Turkish outfit have been told to wait for West Ham as they prepare their own counter offer.
Middlesbrough look to sign Liverpool's Ojo
The 21-year-old spent last season on loan at Fulham but could now leave Anfield permanently.
Boro are set to pay £10 million ($13.1m) for Ojo as they look to beat off competition from Championship rivals Nottingham Forest.
Caldara tops Chelsea's defensive shortlist
The Blues hierarchy have met with Juve over a move for Caldara despite him having never played a minute for the Bianconeri after he was sent back on loan to Atalanta when he first arrived in Turin in January 2017.
Chelsea are also keen on Daniele Rugani, but Maurizio Sarri has now asked for Caldara as his main target.
What has happened to Max Meyer?
Once dubbed the 'German Messi', Max Meyer is available on a free transfer this summer having left Schalke at the end of the 2017-18 campaign.
So why has no one taken a chance on the talented 22-year-old? Goal's Ronan Murphy investigates what the future holds for the diminuitive playmaker...
Man Utd & City battle for Middlesbrough teenager
The highly rated defender recently turned 16 and has already been involved with the Boro first team, with a number of clubs are monitoring his progress. And, according to the report, Premier League rivals United and City are leading the race for his signature.
Madrid's Courtois chase doesn't scare Navas
Keylor Navas is relaxed about his Real Madrid future after speaking with new coach Julen Lopetegui despite speculation constantly linking the club with other goalkeepers.
This year, Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois is their primary target between the posts, with the Belgian developing into one of the world's best at Stamford Bridge, but Navas says he is not worried.
Newcastle face fight to sign Fernandez
Magpies boss Rafa Benitez had hoped to bring Fernandez to the north east in a loan deal as he faces up to potentially losing Jamaal Lascelles this summer.
But Championship outfit Swansea have placed a £10 million ($13.1m) price tag on the Argentine, who is also wanted by Krasnodar.
Lewandowski not giving up on Madrid dream
The Poland international has made it clear to Bayern that he wishes to leave the club this summer.
And he remains hopeful of making a switch to Santiago Bernabeu as the Blancos look for a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Fulham join race to sign Tierney
The full-back is likely to cost £25 million ($32.8m) though is willing to remain at Parkhead for the upcoming campaign.
Chelsea to make £30m Ramsey bid
Wales star out of contract next summer
Though Unai Emery sees Ramsey as an important figure in his Gunners rebuild, the Wales international is yet to sign a new deal at the Emirates Stadium.
His current contract is up at the end of the upcoming season, and Chelsea are now set to move in and attempt to conclude a cut-price deal.
Burnley eye Crouch move
The Potters are willing to sell former England international Crouch as new manager Gary Rowett plots a route back to the Premier League.
And Burnley boss Sean Dyche is willing to part with £500,000 to bring the 37-year-old to Turf Moor.
Chelsea leading race for Higuain
Milan looked in pole position to bring the Argentina international to San Siro having offered him a contract worth £80,000 per week.
But Chelsea are willing to pay Higuain around £120,000 per week and are now close to completing a £90 mliilon ($118m) move to sign both the forward and team-mate Daniele Rugani.
Mourinho slams lack of signings
Red Devils boss wants two more new faces
Jose Mourinho has again hit out at Manchester United's lack of transfer business this summer.
Despite the arrivals of Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant, the Portuguese is unhappy with his squad less than two weeks out from the start of the Premier League season.
And after his side's 4-1 defeat to Liverpool in the International Champions Cup he has revealed he wants two more new signings before the window closes.
Villa block Grealish move to Tottenham
The 22-year-old seemed poised to move to north London, with Spurs attempting to drive the midfielder's price down.
And that move has now backfired after Villa were taken over by billionaires Nassef Sawaris and Wes Edens, who have no desire to sell.
Watford consider move for Origi
Origi has returned to Liverpool after spending last season on loan at Wolfsburg, but is not in Jurgen Klopp's plans moving forward.
The Reds want Origi to leave permanantly in a move worth £26 million ($34m), but Watford are more interested in a one-year loan move.
Vrsaljko nears Inter move
Man Utd plan £35m Mina bid
The Red Devils are looking for centre-back reinforcements and have been put off by Leicester's £60m ($79m) price tag on Harry Maguire.
Mina, 23, would prefer a permanent transfer despite Barca's preference for a loan.
Madrid rule out move for Hazard
Julen Lopetegui has decided that Isco will be the centerpiece of his squad, making a big-money move for the Belgian unnecessary.
Additionally, Marco Asensio's development has convinced the Madrid hierarchy that Hazard is not needed.
Juventus ready to sell big to land Pogba
The Old Lady are will to let several stars leave to buy the Frenchman
There is understood to be mutual interest between Juventus and Pogba, who starred for the Old Lady between 2012 and 2016.
Juve are willing to sell Miralem Pjanic, Gonzalo Higuain and Daniele Rugani to help fund a massive bid for Pogba.
Chelsea and Abramovich keen on Pulisic
The Blues are interesting in bringing the American star to London
Dortmund are thought to be open to selling Pulisic if they receive a bid worth around £65 million ($85m).
Blues owner Roman Abramovich has been involved in talks with Maurizio Sarri over a potential bid for the 19-year-old.
James wants Bayern stay
Rodriguez, who is about to begin the second season in a two-year loan from Madrid, also indicated he is open to a long-term stay at the Allianz Arena.
Arsenal interested in giant Gillingham keeper
Arsenal are interested in Gillingham goalkeeper Tomas Holy, according to the Mirror.
The 6-foot-9 Holy impressed with the League One club last year, with Gillingham now braced for Premier League attention.
Marseille in talks with Giroud
Could the France international be set for a move back to his homeland?
The Ligue 1 side have been after Nice striker Mario Balotelli, but negotiations over his transfer have stalled.
And so OM have turned their attentions toward Giroud, though Chelea are not likely to part easily with the 31-year-old.
Drinkwater heading for Chelsea exit
New manager Maurizio Sarri does not have Drinkwater in his plans after injuries limited him to just five Premier League starts in 2017-18.
Newcastle accept £22m Fulham bid for Mitrovic
The Serbia international impressed on loan with the Cottagers last season, scoring 12 goals in 20 games to help them achieve promotion.
The 23-year-old made three appearances at the World Cup for Serbia, scoring once.