'De Ligt fits us' - Barca president
After signing De Ligt's team-mate Frenkie de Jong, speculation has ramped up that Barca would also add the defender to their mix this summer.
Bartomeu spoke on those rumours as well as addressing reports that have continued to link Antoine Griezmann to Camp Nou.
Arsenal and Man Utd battle for Neres
Arsenal have buyback clause on Serie A midfielder
However, at the moment Arsenal have not shown any interest in activating the clause.
Leipzig chasing Spurs youngster
Leipzig are monitoring multiple young players at English clubs and have heavily scouted Parrott in advance of a possible summer approach.
Parrott has not made his senior team debut yet for Spurs, though he has trained with the first team multiple times.
Salzburg name Marsch as new head coach
Former New York Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch has been named the next boss at sister club Red Bull Salzburg, the Austrian side announced.
And Marsch, who has worked under Ralf Rangnick this season as an assistant at RB Leipzig, has been named his successor, effective at the end of the current campaign.
Barca want £100m Rashford deal
Rashford has emerged as the Liga leaders' top transfer target this summer as Barca and Man Utd prepare to square off in the second leg of their Champions League tie Tuesday.
United have hoped to keep Rashford with £300,000-a-week offer and have no intentions of letting him leave, but Barca will not be deterred and hope to take advantage of the forward's contract situation to seal a deal.
Roma director wants Dzeko renewal
Massara, who replaced Monchi in the director role, believes renewing the deal should be the club's top priority as Dzeko has just one year remaining on his contract.
The forward has interest from Inter Milan and West Ham.
Injury may derail Arsenal permanent move for Suarez
Suarez was convinced to join the club by Unai Emery over other teams in Spain but has made just six substitute appearances as a groin injury has sidelined him since March 10.
The plan is to reduce his training workload further in hopes of solving the problem, but his lack of playing time may leave the Gunners reluctant to exercise his purchase option, which is north of £20 million ($26m).
De Tomas wants Madrid return
While he doesn't expect a starting spot from Zinedine Zidane, he wants a promise he'll be given a fair chance to fight for a spot in the squad and if he can't get that, will look for a move elsewhere.
Inter weigh up move for Gundogan
Pep Guardiola claimed last week that the German midfielder did not want to extend his deal with City, leading to speculation that he could be moved on this summer.
The report claims that a £26 million (€30m) bid from Inter could be enough to tempt City into a sale, with the former Dortmund man having just one year left on his existing deal.
Madrid to offer Bale for Pogba
The France international wishes to leave Old Trafford for a team with higher aspirations than the Red Devils and is thought to be a priority for Los Blancos.
Man Utd ready to pay Manolas' release clause
Greek centre-back of interest to Solskjaer
United are known to be in the market for a new centre-back this summer, with the likes of Kalidou Koulibaly and Raphael Varane both being linked with a move to Old Trafford.
But according to this report, Manolas features highly on United's wishlist because of his affordability. Juventus are also said to be weighing up a move for the Greek international.
Real Madrid 'in talks' with Rice's family
Zidane eyes move for England youngster
Rice has been linked with a host of Europe's top clubs after an impressive breakthrough season with the Hammers.
Speaking after Rice's side fell to a 2-1 defeat to Manchester United on Saturday, Minto said:
"I’m hearing that even Real Madrid are knocking on the door and speaking to his family. That’s what I’m hearing."
Gracia on Chelsea shortlist
The Blues are thought to have been impressed with the Spaniard's style this season, which has seen the Hornets guided to an FA Cup final and an impressive position in the Premier League.
Sarri meanwhile could be set to return to his homeland, with Roma interested in his services.
Hooper set for Wednesday exit
The Owls man is out of contract at the end of the season and is attracting attention from three unnamed English clubs.
Tottenham eye Sampdoria prospect Andersen
The report claims that Spurs chiefs watched Andersen play for Sampdoria against Genoa over the weekend.
Sampdoria scout Riccardo Pecini used to work for Spurs and is a good friend of Tottenham chief scout Steve Hitchen.
Liverpool contract rebel aims dig at Klopp
Liverpool youngster Rafael Camacho has taken to Instagram to hit out at Jurgen Klopp and his coaching staff, amid rumours that he could leave the club at the end of the season.
The 18-year-old has one year left on his contract and scored a hat-trick for Liverpool U23s on Sunday, before expressing his disappointment at being used as a right-back by the first team.
“I do not know whose idea it is, but I will prove that they are mistaken about my football,” Camacho’s post read.
“I'm not a right defender, I'm an attacker who scores goals. This is my DNA."
Goal understands that Liverpool have fielded a number of enquires from other club’s regarding Camacho’s availability, with Wolves, RB Leipzig, Benfica and Sporting Lisbon all said have registered their interest ahead of the summer transfer window.
West Ham join race for Perisic
The Croatian is also on Arsenal and Tottenham's radar, after being heavily linked with a summer exit at San Siro.
Perisic has contributed six goals and three assists in 28 Serie A appearances for Inter this season.
Juve unwilling to pay €80m for Umtiti
The Blaugrana have put an €80m ($91m, £69m) price tag on the Frenchman's head, with a number of top European clubs chasing his signature.
The Bianconeri are unwilling to pay such a huge fee for Umtiti, who has fallen down the pecking order behind Clement Lenglet at Camp Nou this season.
Kolasinac brushes off transfer talk
Sead Kolasinac has brushed off speculation linking Arsenal with a summer move for a new left-back.
Big changes are expected at the Emirates once the transfer window opens at the end of the season, with manager Unai Emery keen to continue the rebuilding job he started last summer when five new faces arrived.
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Ribery set to sign for Al-Sadd Sport Club
Ribery has scored four goals in 21 Bundesliga appearances for Bayern this season.
Barca end pursuit of Luka Jovic
Blaugrana bosses reportedly held doubts over the Serbian's ability to play in tight spaces, which is a requirement for any potential new signings at Camp Nou.
Jovic has scored 17 goals in 27 Bundesliga matches for Frankfurt this season.
Juve set to seal Portuguese duo
The duo have both played with the striker at international level and have been targets of the Serie A club for some time.
Mendes, who helped secure Ronaldo's switch from Real Madrid last year, has good connections with Juve's sporting director Fabio Paratici.
Vieira up for Lyon job
The Nice boss is among the favourites, alongside Lille man Christophe Galtier and Marcelo Gallardo of River Plate.
Genesio has been in charge of Lyon since December 2015, having spent a decade at the club as a player between 1985 and 1995.
Griezmann to follow Mourinho
Now, former Real Madrid and Manchester United manager Mourinho has told the 28-year-old that time is running out for success in the Champions League and that he will happily take the striker to his next club with him.
Spurs keen on Malencia
The France captain and World Cup winner is set to exit the Premier League outfit at the end of the season, with Paulo Gazzaniga to likely inherit the number one shirt.
However, Spurs are thought to be keen on Malencia as an additional option, with the 25-year-old Croatian catching the eye of Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
'Real Madrid are knocking on the door for Rice'
Rice is in the midst of a breakout season with West Ham, having made 31 Premier League appearances for the club while scoring two goals.
"I’m hearing that even Real Madrid are knocking on the door and speaking to his family," he said on Astro SuperSport. "I’m not going to tell you who, but it’s a reliable source."
Courtois v Navas v Luca Zidane – the battle to be Real Madrid’s No.1 next season
Zinedine Zidane has a wealth of goalkeeping options heading into next season, and he'll have decisions to make going forward.
Thibaut Courtois, Keylor Navas and Zidane's own son, Luca, have all been in the mix under the French manager, and someone will need to move on heading into next campaign.
Juventus lead race for Felix
Tuchel: PSG lack players
United warn Pogba's agent over move
Pogba is keen to join up with Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid but Mino Raiola has been informed by the club that they any buyer would have to dig deep in order to put any deal in place.
Lala pours cold water on Newcastle talk
Lala says he would only be keen to move if it was to a club participating in Europe.
"If you have to go higher, it is to play at a club that play in Europe," he said.
"I am happy at Strasbourg. It is a beautiful city and I have quickly adapted. I feel good here."
Juve agree to step aside on de Ligt deal
Gayle hopeful of Albion future
When asked if he saw himself playing for the Baggies next season, he said: "Yes, of course.
"I’ve really enjoyed the season and the fans have taken to me and showed great support.
"In the summer, I’m going to see what happens but I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time here."