Swansea set to appoint Copper
Further to earlier tweet, Steve Cooper will be Swansea's new manager - expect it to be confirmed within 24 hours.— Stuart James (@StuartJamesGNM) June 10, 2019
Been a thorough process - two interviews & a conference call with the owners.
Cooper, currently England's U17 coach, is likely to bring in Mike Marsh as his No2.
Veretout’s future yet to be decided claims agent
Jordan Veretout’s agent, Mario Giuffred, has said his client’s future has not been decided amid rumours he is set to move to Napoli.
The French midfielder has also been linked with a transfer to Arsenal and Giuffred has hinted a swap to north London is still possible.
“There are four or five important clubs who want Veretout, in Italy and abroad,” he added.
“I don’t like to name names, but we’ll see what happens and who steps forward to close the deal. Jordan is one of the best in Europe. He has the quantity, quality and much more and he deserves a big club.”
Matthaus: Bayern willing to spend €100 million on Sane
“I don’t think this transfer will fail because of a few million euros,” Matthaus said. “If the player gives the Bayern bosses the signal that he wants to join them, I’m sure that the club will be ready to pay an amount in the three-digit million range.
“Bayern will have to strengthen offensively if they want to be internationally successful. And for this purpose, this transfer would be a great signal. And a little bit more quality simply costs a few million more.”
Tottenham keen on Sakai
Sky Sports are reporting the Japanese international is not one of Mauricio Pochettino’s main targets given the club’s policy of signing younger players, but should Sours miss out on their ideal signings they could turn to Sakai.
Spurs are in the market for right-backs this summer and are willing to sell Kieran Trippier and Serge Aurier in order to bring in replacements.
Sociedad confirm Remiro signing
Klopp ready to give Wilson a chance
The Welsh winger spent the 2018/19 campaign on loan at Derby County, but after impressing for the Rams, looks set to play in the Premier League next season.
Wilson has been linked with a move to several clubs in the off-season and is reportedly valued at £25 million ($32m) by the Reds.
However, Klopp has not ruled out Wilson holding down a spot in his squad next year and will assess him during pre-season training before making a definitive decision.
Fraser unsure over future
Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser has admitted he is unsure where will be playing football next season.
“The Scotland international has been linked with a move to Arsenal this summer after impressing for Bournemouth last campaign.”
“I don't know myself so there's no point thinking about it, wherever I'll be, I'll be,” he said. “I don't know what is happening. I'm not just saying that.”
Mowbray expects Dack to remain at Blackburn
“I'm very confident he [Dack] won’t move on this summer,” the Rovers boss told Lancs Live.
“He's had his first season in the Championship and he's scored 15 goals. Everybody knew he could do it in League One and he was fantastic for us in League One.
"His first challenge was in the Championship last season and my beliefs, and I've spoken to Bradley, are that he should do another year with us and see how close we can get.
“I believe that he should show that he can do it again and if he scores 20 odds goals again next season then I think some seriously big clubs will be looking at him,” he added.
Semedo valued at €45-50m by Barca
The defender has shared the right-back berth with Sergio Roberto this season, and as result has been linked with a move away from Camp Nou.
However, Marca claim the Catalan club will not budge on their valuation of the Semedo should they receive any offers for the Portuguese international this summer.
Arsenal favourites to sign Tierney
They also state Unai Emery has just £45 million ($57m) to spend on players ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.
Ipswich complete Norwood signing
Manchester rivals to compete for Maguire signature
Man City and Man Utd have both turned their attentions to completing the signing of Harry Maguire this summer.
According to Sky Sports, it could take a fee of £80 million ($102m) to lure the defender from Leicester City - a fee both United and and City are reluctant to pay, one that would also represent either clubs’ record signing.
Should Maguire leave the Foxes this summer, it is claimed Brendan Rodgers has identified Burnley’s James Tarkowsk.
Barca to make final push to sign De Lift
Barcelona are ready to reopen talks with agent Mino Raiola about the possibility of Matthijs de Ligt moving to Camp Nou this summer.
However, ESPN are reporting Bayern Munich have dropped their pursuit of the Dutch international.
Vertonghen hopeful Eriksen will remain at Spurs
“Obviously when the transfer window starts there are a lot rumours, but there were rumours last year and everyone stayed together, so I'm hopeful,” Vertonghen told Sky Sports.
"Christian is a great player. I have known him since he was 16, played with him since he was 16 or 17 [at Ajax] and I hope he's with Tottenham next season. He's an exceptional player.”
Ben Yedder ready to leave Sevilla
Sevilla striker Wissam Ben Yedder has hinted he is ready to leave Sevilla this summer.
“I dream of playing at a high level, in the biggest clubs in the world and to be alongside players of international class,” said the 28-year-old.
“It's a case of seeing where I can get to in terms of level.”
Horta to join Braga
Gnabry: I want Sane at Bayern
Bayern Munich winger Serge Gnabry has said he wants German team-mate Leroy Sane to join him at the Allianz Arena.
“I would love to have him in my team. We are getting along really well, also off the pitch,” said Gnabry.
“He would help any team and it's very fun for me to play with him. He would be a real asset for Bayern Munich.”
Bolasie to leave Premier League for Turkey
Goal can confirm that three Turkish sides are showing considerable interest in the Democratic Republic of Congo international, who has had two loan spells away from Everton since signing for the club in 2016.
Madrid move for Mendy confirmed by France coach Deschamps
The Lyon man has been heavily linked with a move to the Spanish capital and, speaking at to the press on Monday, Deschamps said that a €50 million (£45m/$57m) transfer has been agreed between the Ligue 1 club and Real.
Real Madrid waiting to announce Mendy
Mendy has required medicals he must undergo before any deal is announced, but his participation with the France national team have delayed them.
So while the thought was Mendy would be announced ahead of Eden Hazard or Luka Jovic, any annoucement must wait until he returns from international duty.
Van de Beek keeping transfer door open
And while he did profess happiness with his situation, he would not rule out a move in the future.
Inter ready to make decision on Icardi & Dybala
Man Utd will have to pay £60m for Wan-Bissaka
PSG ready to win race for De Ligt
PSG are prepared to better the £350,000-a-week terms that those from Old Trafford have on the table.
What does Barcelona challenge hold for De Jong?
Xhaka not planning to leave Arsenal
Granit Xhaka has shut down any talk of him leaving Arsenal this summer, with the combative midfielder hoping to inherit the Gunners’ captain’s armband at some stage.
He has told Blick: "I have another four years' contract, I only signed last year. I'm happy there, my family too. That's the most important thing."
New signing at Schalke
Hazard warned ‘sometimes the grass isn’t greener’
A former Blues star has no issue with a 28-year-old forward having taken the decision to head for Spain in a €100 million (£88m/$112m) deal.
He does, however, fear things may not be as easy as they seem in Spain, with his full comments to be found here.
Oblak eyeing Atleti exit and Man Utd move
The goalkeeper wants to leave the club after he feels promises were broken
He has previously been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United and a switch to Old Trafford now appeals amid the uncertainity surrounding David de Gea's next move.
Klopp told transfer priorities
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp should be making a new left-back and another creative midfielder his top priorities for the summer transfer window, claims Mark Lawrenson.
The Reds are expected to reinforce their ranks over the coming weeks.
United ready to turn attention to Lloris
Red Devils to target Spurs keeper
De Gea has just one year left on his contract, and has been heavily linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Manchester United are likely to cash in on their star keeper, and see Hugo Lloris as a good candidate to replace him, though Tottenham will be difficult to negotiate with.
Van de Beek wants United or Tottenham
Donny Van de Beek has his heart set on the Premier League and wants to join either Tottenham or Manchester United according to Dutch journalist Marcel Van der Kraan via talkSPORT.
Van der Kraan told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show that Van de Beek would be a good fit for the Premier League thanks to his physical attributes.
Leicester and Everton show interest in Bouanga
The Gabonese winger featured in 15 league matches for his club in Ligue 1 during the 2018-19 campaign scoring four goals.
Bouanga is expected to be part of the Gabon squad for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations tournament.
Barcelona to make final push for De Ligt
A number of clubs are following the young centre-back closely, but is thought that Paris Saint-Germain have the upper hand currently.
Barcelona are reluctant to pay De Ligt more than his compatriot Frenkie De Jong, who signed last month, but may have to do so in order to secure his services.
Liverpool lead race for Fernandes
The Sporting CP midfielder has been followed by a number of top European clubs this season as he helped his club to a cup double, winning both the Taca de Portugal and the Portuguese League Cup in 2018-19.
Bielsa looks to prise Kent away from Rangers
Ryan Kent is one of Bielsa's key targets in an effort to strengthen the wide positions at Leeds, according to the Yorkshire Evening Post.
The Glasgow club currently have the upper hand in negotiations, but Leeds are hoping that Harry Wilson's impressive season in the Championship will help to convince Liverpool to loan Kent back to the division.
Several English clubs interested in Mateta
Mateta also has potential suitors in France and is likely to leave the Bundesliga club this summer.
Draxler has no intention of leaving Paris Saint-Germain
West Ham willing to let Ogbonna go
Spurs plotting Sakai swoop
Ancelotti wants James at Napoli
Villa sign El Ghazi on a permanent basis
Arsenal put off by Saliba asking price
Arsenal may turn their attention elsewhere after being quoted £25 million ($32m) for St Etienne defender William Saliba, reports The Mirror.
The Gunners are eager to bolster their ranks at the back, but have a limited budget and need to find value in a congested market.
Celtic keen on Diemers
What will James bring to Man Utd?
Watford chase Barcelona youngster Todibo
The La Liga club, however, are reluctant to make an early decision on Todibo's future, as they want to see how he progresses over the summer.
The potential arrival of Matthijs de Ligt to Barcelona could work in Watford's favour, as the abundance of central defenders will tempt the former Toulouse man to search for first team football elsewhere.
West Ham and Everton interested by Gonalons
The France midfielder made just four league appearances for Sevilla last season, as two separate injuries ruled him out for large parts of the campaign.
De Ligt to bide time over transfer decision
Matthijs de Ligt is in no rush to decide where he will be playing his club football next season, and expects to reveal his choice after a summer holiday.
But despite the amount of sides courting him, de Ligt seems determined to take his time in revealing his next destination.
Solskjaer to try again for Wan-Bissaka
Palace value the England youth player at £60m, significantly above the £35m bid for him by Manchester United at the start of June.
While Wan-Bissaka remains Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first choice signing for the right back position, he is open to cheaper alternatives including Thomas Meunier of PSG.
Sane seeks advice from Beckham
De Ligt reveals Ronaldo conversation
The Dutch defender admitted he didn't provide an answer to Ronaldo as links continue to swirl regarding the Ajax star's future.
Griezmann to sacrifice money to join Barcelona
The Atletico Madrid star will joint he Catalan side on July 1.
Antoine Griezmann will make a financial sacrifice to join Barcelona, according to SoccerLink.
The Atletico Madrid forward currently makes €23 million ($26 million) per year, but has adjusted his claims to make less money upon joining Barcelona on July 1.
Griezmann will make €17 million ($19.22 million) next season and could also receive a bonus should Barcelona win the Champions League
Rose casts doubt on Spurs future
Flamengo complete Rafinha signing
Flamengo have announced the signing of Rafinha.
The defender left Bayern Munich this summer, having played for the club since 2011.
Rafinha wont seven Bundesliga titles as part of 18 total trophies during his Bayern career.
Ramos hails Hazard arrival
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has hailed Eden Hazard as a "world-class player" who will strengthen the team.
The Belgian attacker brought an end to over a year's worth of speculation when he joined the Spanish giants from Chelsea in a €100 million (£88m/$112m) deal this week, signing a five-year contract.
Ramos said: "I think it's a great signing. He is a world-class player. It is good to reinforce the squad."
Chelsea unsure over next boss
Allegri is believed to be one of those in contention to take the job at Stamford Bridge, along with ex-player Frank Lampard and Ajax boss Erik ten Hag.
Liverpool to hold out on Kent future
Leeds are the latest club to be linked, with the Championship side reportedly having made an approach to sign Kent, who is also being chased by Rangers.
Roma ready to bid for Veretout
The 26-year-old, who was a France youth international and won the under-20 World Cup in 2013, is also a target for Arsenal, but the Serie A side hope they can beat the Gunners to his signature to make him their first signing of the summer.
West Ham in talks over Ligue 1 star
Sanson, who is valued at around €35m by Marseille, played 33 times for the team last season, scoring five goals and assisting three.
Benfica chief admits Joao Felix could leave
The 19-year -old has had a fine debut season for Benfica, notching up 15 goals and seven assists in the league.