Even €150m won't get Lewandowski - Bayern chief
Bayern Munich will not sell Robert Lewandowski this summer, even if they receive a bid of €150 million (£134m/$175m), Karl Heinz Rummenigge says.
Vrsaljko loaned to Inter from Atletico
Sevilla hold Aboubakar talks
The Liga outfit are looking for a new centre forward this summer and have already missed out on Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi.
And they have now turned to Cameroon international Aboubakar, who would have to take a drop in salary to move to Andalucia.
Wolfsburg interested in Shaw
United, though, are reluctant to sell despite Shaw having struggled to make an impact under Jose Mourinho.
Higuain to AC Milan not yet agreed – Marotta
Following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, Higuain's place at Juve has been called into doubt.
The Argentina international has been tipped to join Rossoneri on an initial loan deal for €18 million (£16m/$21m), with a purchase option at the deal's conclusion for an additional €36m (£32m/$42m).
One in, one out at Man City
Manchester City have been relatively quiet during the current transfer window, but it's been a busy day for the Premier League champions.
Pep Guardiola's side have completed the signing of Netherlands youth international defender Philippe Sandler in a £2.5m move from PEC Zwolle.
Meanwhile, winger Bersant Celina has joined Swansea City in a deal worth a reported £3m.
Howedes joins Lokomotiv Moscow
Chelsea make Kovacic enquiry
Blues consider swoop for World Cup finalist
Maurizio Sarri is keen to bolster his squad ahead of the transfer window, and sees Kovacic as an alternative should he fail to sign Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey.
Roma offer Perotti in Suso move
Having missed out on signing Malcom following his switch to Barcelona, the Giallorossi are looking for attacking alternatives.
That search has lead them to ex-Liverpool man Suso, but with Milan reluctant to sell, they are hopeful using Perotti to their offer will help them secure the Spaniard.
Everton interested in Cheryshev
The Russia international starred for the host nation at the World Cup, scoring four goals during their run to the quarter-finals.
And the Toffees have now emerged as a candidate to sign him this summer as Marco Silva prepares for his first season in charge.
Barcelona want Mignolet
After a stall in talks with Turkish side Besiktas, Barcelona have come forward as surprise suitors for the 30-year-old.
PSG emerge as Martial's only option
France international denied Premier League switch
As such PSG now seem his likeliest destination, though they will only follow up their own interest should they be forced to sell Neymar or Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid.
Leeds announce £7m Bamford signing
The ex-Chelsea forward moves to Elland Road for a reported £7 million, signing a four-year deal at Elland Road.
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Chelsea to offer Kante huge new deal
The Blues are willing to pay the France international £290,000 per week - a wage that would make him the club's best paid player.
Paris Saint-Germain have shown an interest in signing Kante this summer, but Chelsea hope this increase in salary will be enough to ensure he stays with Maurizio Sarri's side.
Fulham interested in Guilavogui
The 27-year-old is still under contract at the Bundesliga club for another two years, but Slavisa Jokanovic is thought to want another player to compete with Kevin McDonald.
Arsenal hand Smith Rowe new deal
Arsenal have tied teenage forward Emile Smith Rowe down to a new long-term contract at the Gunners following an impressive pre-season.
The 18-year-old made his first-team debut under new coach Unai Emery against Boreham Wood and scored against Atletico Madrid in Singapore in the International Champions Cup.
No Madrid offer for Willian
Brazil international's lack of pre-season due to visa delays
Despite rumours surrounding the midfielder's future at Stamford Bridge, the 29-year-old is expected to return to training withint he next couple of days but will not join up with the squad in Dublin due to visa issues.
Reports of an official bid from Barcelona or Real Madrid contributing to his delayed return are wide of the mark.
Blades out for Woodburn loan
The forward, who is the Reds’ youngest-ever goalscorer, has featured prominently in pre-season so far but was left out of the club’s training camp in Evian this week due to a potential move away.
Sheffield United intend for Woodburn to be a direct replacement for David Brooks, who has joined Bournemouth for a £10 million ($13m) fee.
Madrid to sign €70m Pulisic as they wait for Neymar
Perez ready to move for Dortmund star
The Blues are apparently put off by Chelsea's €200 million asking price for Eden Hazard, and are willing to wait and go for Neymar in 2019.
Madrid will therefore move for the cheaper option this summer in €70m Pulisic, who has apparently already indicated he would be happy to move to the Bernabeu.
Meyer set for Palace move
Meyer, widely considered one of the finest young talents to emerge in European football over the past five years, is a free agent following a failure to agree new terms with the Bundesliga club.
Palace have only made one other signature in this transfer window, that of Getafe goalkeeper Vicente Guaita, but Meyer’s arrival will hand a significant boost to Roy Hodgson’s plans at Selhurst Park.
Mawson undergoes medical at Fulham
The 24-year-old looks set to head to Craven Cottage in a deal that will see the Swans paid £15m ($20m) up front.
Everton want Marcos Rojo but wages may scupper deal
Rojo is surplus to requirements at Old Trafford and the club are willing to sell him for £20 million ($26m), though he earns more than £120,000-per-week, throwing the move into doubt.
Milinkovic-Savic says he's staying at Lazio
A video has emerged of fans of the Serie A side asking their star man if he was staying put having now returned for pre-season training.
And Milinkovic-Savic responds by saying "of course", to dent the hopes of any interested parties that may want to sign him.
Arias set for Atletico switch
The Colombia international, who was crowned Eredivisie Player of the Year last season, looks set to join Diego Simeone in the Spanish capital after he followed the Atletico manager on social networks.
Inter near Vidal loan deal
The Chilean international is expected to join up with the Nerazzurri on an option-to-buy deal that looks to be in the region of €18-€20million (£16m-£18m/$21m-$23m).
Bayern initially wanted a sum closer to €30m (£27m/$35m) but seem increasingly likely to settle for less.
Barcelona to wait one week more for Rabiot
Former Man Utd star Anderson returns to Europe
Torino circling for West Brom defender Gibbs
The 28-year-old, who won 10 caps for England between 2010 and 2015, moved to The Hawthorns from Arsenal last August for a reported £7m ($9m).
But with the Baggies relegated to the Championship, Gibbs may be allowed to seek a move elsewhere by coach Darren Moore, with fellow left-back Conor Townsend having arrived at the club.
Leicester look to sell Slimani
Algeria international Slimani arrived at the King Power Stadium two years ago, but has failed to tie down a regular berth due to injury and spent 2018 on loan with Newcastle.
Former club Sporting CP are among those interested but they are believed to be unwilling to meet Leicester’s demands for a permanent move at £18 million ($24m/€20m).
Man City drop Hart asking price
Hart wants to leave the club on a permanent deal, rather than go out on loan for a third successive season and City seem willing to accommodate his request.
There has been some interest on the continent for Hart, and City are not likely to hold fast on their demands as letting the keeper walk for nothing appears an option.
Mourinho 'confident' in only one signing
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho reiterated the belief that he will only sign one player before the transfer deadline, despite his demands for two.
Leicester City defender Harry Maguire, Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld, Chelsea star Willian and Inter winger Ivan Perisic have been linked with moves to Old Trafford as United try to dethrone Premier League champions Manchester City.
But while Mourinho thinks he'll get one of his targets, he admits landing multiple targets is probably too much to hope for.
Cardiff plot £15m Deeney bid
Warnock hopes to get Deeney to agree on a move in the next 24 hours, in hopes of avoiding a bidding war for the Watford man.
Man City teenager targeted by West Brom
The youngster has impressed on City's pre-season tour and already has an offer from Swansea City, with Blackburn also interested.
The Baggies want to play him alongside Jay Rodriguez and Dwight Gayle, though the latter must be also be brought in on loan from Newcastle.
Burnley make Forster enquiry
Pope, who dislocated his shoulder recently, could face up to six months on the sideline, forcing manager Sean Dyche to consider his options.
Forster, 30, is a target for Dyche, who will be forced to utilise Anders Lindegaard until Tom Heaton returns from a similar injury to Pope.
Gignac to replace Falcao?
Current ASM hitman Radamel Falcao is currently being linked with a move to AC Milan – as well as the Chinese Super League – forcing the principality outfit to consider their options.
Lewandowski is Sarri's top target
Real Madrid also lurk for the Polish striker
The Blues have only nine days left to convince Bayern to sell before the Premier League transfer window closes.
Bale set for new Real Madrid contract
The winger has been promised a star role with the club
According to the Sun, Bale was uncertain over his future prior to the summer as he did not have a good relationship with then manager Zinedine Zidane.
However, new Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui has convinced Bale the attacker is a key part of his plans - a role that was unlikely before the departures of Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Leicester to nearly double Maguire's wages
The Foxes have held out for £80 million ($105m) for Maguire, with Manchester United unlikely to meet that price due to a transfer standoff between Jose Mourinho and United chairman Ed Woodward.
Maguire wanted the move, but as a reward for remaining, Leicester will bump his wages to £95,000 a week from his current £50,000, over the length of the four years remaining on his contract.
Mane to receive new contract from Liverpool
The Reds have already locked down Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino to new long-term contracts through 2023 this summer.
Mane's current contract runs through 2021, but Liverpool want to reward him with a new deal after two strong seasons at Anfield.
Everton chasing £30m Rojo
The Red Devils are aware of Everton's interest, but they have yet to receive an offer for the defender.