'Hazard to Real Madrid may never happen'
Pochettino not expecting Spurs exits
Mauricio Pochettino does not expect any major departures from Tottenham this month.
Danny Rose, Toby Alderweireld and Mousa Dembele have all been linked with moves to European clubs as their transfer windows are still open.
However, the Spurs boss claims "I am working like if all the players will still be here."
Balotelli could entice Ben Arfa to Nice
Free agent Hatem Ben Arfa could join Nice to play alongside Mario Balotelli, RMC Sport reports.
The 31-year-old spent the 2015-16 season at the club, where he hit a career-high 17 goals in 34 league games. He would like to return to his former team, especially with Balotelli deciding to extend his stay in the south French city.
Ben Arfa has been without a club since his Paris Saint-Germain contract expired at the end of last season.
Sevilla interested in Kagawa
Sarri: It's important Chelsea don't sell Hazard!
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has stressed the importance of keeping Eden Hazard at the club.
Sarri, however, believes that the forward's importance to the Blues is too much to let him go.
Chelsea duo Hector and Piazon to go on loan
Karius leaves Liverpool for Besiktas
Tuchel wants more PSG signings
Paris Saint-Germain head coach Thomas Tuchel feels more new signings are required at Parc des Princes.
"I hope the transfer window is not finished for us," Tuchel told a news conference on Friday.
PSG have been linked with out-of-favour Tottenham left-back Danny Rose, who was also targeted by Bundesliga side Schalke over the summer.
Mandzukic rejected Man Utd
The Juventus striker snubbed an offer to join the Red Devils
Jose Mourinho was ready to offer the Croatia international a salary of €5 million-per-season, but Massimiliano Allegri persuaded the 32-year-old to remain in Turin.
Man City won't sign Bravo replacement
Pep Guardiola says Manchester City will not sign a replacement for goalkeeper Claudio Bravo.
The Chile international is set to miss six months of action due to a ruptured Achilles' tendon but Guardiola says he trusts Montenegro Under-21 stopper Aro Muric to step in as back-up to No.1 Ederson.
"Unfortunately with Claudio the first option was [for Muric] to come back because the window is closed. We have Aro and Grimshaw. They will be our three goalkeepers."
Sarri confirms Hazard will remain at Chelsea
The Spanish club have been heavily linked with the Belgium international, but Sarri does not intend to let him go, either this summer or in January.
“I am the coach of a very good team," he said. "I am the coach of a very great club. And so I think that such an important club cannot sell a very important player without the possibility of buying another very important player at the same level.
"So I think that Eden will stay with us for all the season.”
Loftus-Cheek to stay at Chelsea
Maurizio Sarri has confirmed that Ruben Loftus-Cheek will stay at Chelsea this summer.
The England international had been linked with a loan move to the continent, but Sarri intends to utilise his talents at Stamford Bridge.
"I think Loftus-Cheek will remain with us, we can speak again about him but only in December," he said.
Man City consider Cavalieri swoop
Claudio Bravo could miss the entirety of the season, and City currently have 20-year-old Daniel Grimshaw and 19-year-old Aro Muric as back-ups to first-choice Ederson, leading them to consider the experience of 35-year-old Cavalieri.
Real ready to gazump Barca for Rabiot
Florentino Perez is ready to make a huge bid for the PSG midfielder
Rabiot has yet to sign a new contract at Parc des Princes and is wanted by both Spanish giants.
Real hope they can convince the 23-year-old to join the club before the end of the transfer window, with the market due to close in the next week.
Mourinho would have quit another club by now
Mourinho is seething that Ed Woodward was unable to purchase his major summer targets, and has told friends he would have quit if he were in charge of any other side.
Indeed, the Portuguese feels undermined by Woodward's failures in the market, and it remains to be seen if he will remain for the duration of his third season in charge.
Liverpool nix Origi loan
The Belgian striker will remain at Anfield, after Dortmund failed to meet the Reds' asking price. They are instead pursuing Barcelona's Paco Alcacer.
Marseille go all out for Strootman
The Netherlands international is happy at the Giallorossi but could be tempted by a reunion with current Marseille boss Rudi Garcia, who used to manage the Stadio Olimpico outfit.
Sevilla release defender Pareja
Sevilla have confirmed that centre-back Nico Pareja has been released from his contract.
The Argentine - who was named captain of the Liga outfit last season - has one year left on his deal but has struggled with injuries throughout his five years with the club.
Goodbye Captain! Thank you for your commitment and for everything you've given to the Club. Always one of our own 👏💪— Sevilla FC (@SevillaFC_ENG) August 24, 2018
Agreement for the release of Nico Pareja ➡️ https://t.co/mXhJHw2UUk#vamosmisevilla pic.twitter.com/OI1jf9PXxj
Rafinha closes in on Real Betis move
Hiddink wanted by Colombia
Dortmund close in on Alcacer
Barca consider Kampl bid
Schalke eye Ljajic bid
Diagne attracting English interest
Moudou Diagne is attracting interest from England.
The Nancy defender is wanted by Stoke, Reading and Middlesbrough, but the Senegalese star is setting his sights on a Premier League move.
“English clubs? There have been approaches.
“England has always been a dream destination for me. Football there suits me well considering my features and the physical nature of the English game."
Real consider triggering €40m Aspas clause
PSG in talks with Milan over Rabiot
Mourinho will be backed in January market
However, the United heirarchy will only spend if they feel a player is good value, and won't let Mourinho force their hand.
Toby Alderweireld will likely be back on United's radar in January, as the Red Devils hope to land the defender at a discount rate with six months remaining on his contract.
Zidane interested in Man Utd job
The former Madrid boss expects to be offered the role if Jose Mourinho is sacked
With Mourinho under pressure, the United hierarchy will put together a contingency plan should they decide to remove the Portuguese from the job.
Former Real Madrid manager Zidane has told friends he is interested in the role and expects an offer should it become available.
Villa close to deals for Abraham & Bolasie
Bolasie, 29, has missed a large portion of the past two seasons with injury and is looking to find regular minutes.
Pochettino ready to sell Rose
PSG and Schalke have both shown interest in the 28-year-old, who could leave Spurs before the end of August.
Pochettino is comfortable with his options at left-back, even though Tottenham will not be able to bring in a replacement for Rose until January at the earliest.
Man Utd to sign Polish teen
Bejger, 16, can play centre-back or right-back, and recently captained Poland's U-16 side.
Manchester City were also after Bejger, but the Red Devils have beaten their rivals to the teenager's signature.
Klopp calm on Mane contract situation
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is staying calm on Sadio Mane’s contract situation.
Though Mane's contract has three years remaining, the Senegal star is in line for a new deal after becoming an integral part of the club's success.
Liverpool deny club is for sale
The Reds insist meetings last year were informal
Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group insist the club is not for sale following reports of a failed £2 billion ($2.6bn) takeover attempt from an Abu Dhabi consortium earlier this year.
A report in the Daily Mail on Thursday stated that Sheikh Khaled Bin Zayed Al Nehayan, the cousin of Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour, approached representatives of the Reds’ American owners in late 2017, with a view to a world-record buy-out of the Anfield club.
While Liverpool chairman Tom Werner did meet with Mansour's managing director, Goal understands that the meeting was informal and that Sheikh Khaled’s “proposal of interest” was handled, as all such proposals are, by Allen and Company, the New York-based investment bank hired by FSG to advise on numerous issues, including investment enquiries.
Real Madrid target Thiago
Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui wants to add Thiago, and Florentino Perez is willing to grant him that wish, possibly before the close of the summer window, though the president would prefer it to happen in January.
Barca believe Rafinha will stay
Real Betis are looking to take the midfielder on loan with an option to buy, but negotiations are not progressing.
The 25-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan at Inter, where he scored two goals in 17 appearances.
Sevilla interested in Martial
The La Liga club wants a marquee signing and the United man fits the bill.
The La Liga club are looking for a big-name signing to excite their fans, with PSG's Julian Draxler also reportedly on their radar.
Martial started and played 60 minutes in United's 3-2 loss to Brighton on Sunday.
City to reject Besiktas approach for Delph
The Turkish side are reportedly lining up a season-long loan bid for the 28-year-old, who helped Man City to the title last season by playing an unfamiliar left-back role.
But even with Benjamin Mendy back, Guardiola sees Delph as too valuable to let go.