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David Garcia signs new Osasuna deal
Xavi to leave Al Sadd amid fresh Barcelona rumours
Al Sadd have decided not to renew coach Xavi's contract, according to Al Kass TV.
The midfielder will leave the club this summer after his side failed to progress past the Champions League group stage.
It has been reported in Spain that Barcelona president Joan Laporta wants him to take charge at Camp Nou, preferring him to current coach Ronald Koeman.
Fiorentina want Juric ahead of Gattuso and De Zerbi
Ivan Juric is the favourite to take over as Fiorentina coach this summer, Calciomercato.
The Hellas Verona coach is ahead of Sassuolo boss Roberto De Zerbi and Gennaro Gattuso in the Serie A side's list of candidates.
Ek has reached out to Arsenal owners - Henry
Thierry Henry has confirmed Daniel Ek has approached Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke to discuss buying the club.
Henry admits it will not be easy for Ek to convince the current owners to give up Arsenal, but insists the billionaire will not give up.Read the full story on Goal!
Fonseca meets with Roma directors
Paulo Fonseca met Roma directors on Monday, according to CalcioMercato, amid reports that he could be sacked.
Roma sit seventh in Serie A, having amassed just four points from the club's last five matches.
The club is also reeling from an embarassing 6-2 loss to Manchester United in the opening leg of their Europa League semi-final.
Crew add Fraser on loan
The Columbus Crew have signed Liam Fraser on loan from Toronto FC, the clubs confirmed.
Toronto FC will receive $50,000 in General Allocation Money for the 2021 season as part of the deal, with Fraser, a Canadian international, set to return to Toronto after the 2021 season.
“Liam is a young, motivated, promising player whose presence will help deepen our midfield roster during a congested season,” said Crew President & General Manager Tim Bezbatchenko. “We look forward to integrating him into our squad in Columbus while also helping him continue his professional development."
Van Persie set for Feyenoord coaching role
Robin van Persie will be made assistant coach of Feyenoord's Under 16 team.
Algemeen Dagblad claims the former Netherlands star will work with the academy team's head coach Brian Pinas.
Toronto FC sign Lawrence
Toronto FC have signed Kemar Lawrence from Belgian side Anderlecht, reports the Athletic.
Lawrence previously played in MLS for the New York Red Bulls before heading to Anderlecht in 2020.
TFC will pay a six-figure transfer fee to bring the Jamaican international back to MLS.
Roma still want Sarri
Roma are still interested in hiring Maurizio Sarri this summer.
But Sky Sport reports the Italian side have not spoken to the coach since January and have not yet planned any further talks as of yet.
Juventus plot new bid for Auoar
Juventus will make a new attempt to sign Houssem Aouar from Lyon this summer.
The Serie A side tried to buy the midfielder last year and Calciomercato claims they still believe he would be a smart addition to the squad.
Lucas Vazquez rejects Atletico Madrid offer
Real Madrid's Lucas Vazquez has turned down a move to Atletico Madrid.
AS reports the winger is expected to end up at AC Milan after making clear he will not cross the Madrid divide this summer.
Bayern ahead of Man City in race to sign Chukwuemeka
Bayern Munich are the favourites to sign Carney Chukwuemeka from Aston Villa, according to Football Insider.
Manchester City and Liverpool are also eager to sign the 17-year-old, while Villa want to hold on to him for a few more years.
- Defender may push for Etihad exit-
Ake mulling over options at Man City (Voetbal International)Getty
Nathan Ake is already mulling over his future options after just one season at Manchester City, claims Voetbal International.
The Dutch defender has struggled for regular game time under Pep Guardiola and could seek out a move elsewhere during the next window.
Everton eyeing up 30-goal Toney
Everton are readying a summer bid for Brentford striker Ivan Toney, reports The Athletic.
The 30-goal frontman has been a revelation for the Bees this season and can expect to be playing Premier League football next season even if his current club fail to secure promotion.
- Reds lagging behind in striker race-
Liverpool reluctant to pay big for Haaland (Football Insider)
Liverpool are, according to Football Insider, reluctant to pay the going rate for Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland.
That stance has the Reds lagging behind the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City in the race for one of the most sought-after talents in world football.
Newcastle want contract extension for Schar
Newcastle want to see Fabian Schar extend his contract with the club ahead of this summer's European Championship, reports The Northern Echo.
The Swiss defender is due to become a free agent at the end of the season, but has a 12-month clause in his deal that can be triggered if all parties agree.
Villa lead £40m race for Abraham
Aston Villa are leading the race for Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, claims Football Insider.
The Villans are said to have out aside £40 million ($55m) that will be spent on bringing a former loan star back onto their books.
- Man Utd & Liverpool learn of fee for top target-
Sancho asking price dropped to €100m (ESPN)Getty Images
Borussia Dortmund have, according to ESPN, dropped their asking price for Jadon Sancho to €100 million (£87m/$120m).
Manchester United have been heavily linked with the England international, while Liverpool are also said to be keen on the 21-year-old winger.
Fresh terms for Wirtz
Tottenham set to bid for Aarons
Tottenham are set to launch a summer bid for Norwich right-back Max Aarons - according to Football Insider.
The Canaries are willing to sell the 21-year-old for £30 million ($42m) when the transfer window reopens.
Aarons has also been linked with Everton, but Spurs are determined to win the race for his signature.