AC Milan and West Ham to battle for Bakayoko
Bakayoko spent the 2019-20 season on loan at Monaco, but the 25-year-old's former club did not have the funds available to make a permanent bid.
That has led to interest from the Hammers and the Rossoneri, with Bakayoko's deal at Stamford Bridge running through 2022.
Inter eye Werner as Lautaro replacement
Martinez has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona and should he depart, Inter would require a new partner up front for Romelu Lukaku.
That player could be Werner, who has already scored 30 goals in all competitions for Leipzig this season.
Arsenal and Spurs unlikely to spend this summer
Both clubs, like every other European side, are facing plenty of financial uncertainty due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The north London rivals are prepared to sanction free transfers, with Chelsea's Willian a target for both teams.
'Napoli could lose Koulibaly without Champions League'
Paterson signs new Celtic deal
Liverpool pull out of Werner chase
The Reds are unwilling to meet the striker's exit clause
The Reds are unwilling to meet the striker's £50 million ($61m) exit clause, with Leipzig holding out for at least that amount in any sale.
With most teams unlikely to be spending big amid the coronavirus pandemic, Werner could be set for another season with Leipzig.
Rangers complete deal for Hagi
Muric returns to Manchester City
The goalkeeper made just five appearances for the Championship side and has now returned to Man City after the decision was made to not continue his loan.
Muric has made five appearances for Manchester City, all in the Carabao Cup.
Mourinho: We will not spend rivers of money
Simeone's deputy to leave at season's end
Burgos has been Simeone's assistant since 2011 but is leaving the club in pursuit of a head coaching career of his own.
Clubs in Europe and Latin America have already shown an interest in the 51-year-old.
Arthur wants to remain at Barca
Man Utd could use Alexis in Sancho deal
The Borussia Dortmund star has been linked with a move to Old Trafford but United may not be able to afford his nine-figure transfer fee.
David Luiz set to leave Arsenal
Sky Sports are reporting that David Luiz is set to leave Arsenal in the summer, with the Brazilian's contract due to end and no talks over a renewal having been planned.
The former Chelsea defender, who joined the Gunners in 2019 but reportedly only on a one-year contract, is keen to stay with the Gunners and has apparently told friends he wants to remain in London.
But it would appear that Luiz will not be required at the Emirates Stadium looking further ahead and into the 2020-21 season.
Chelsea to cash in on Boga
Chelsea are in advanced talks with Serie A side Sassuolo, which would see them earn an undisclosed one-off fee and exchange their buyback clause to a first option on a future sale of ex-youth academy star Jeremie Boga.
The Blues are not expected to take up that option, however, with the Ivorian in demand at some of Serie A’s top clubs.
Discussions on video conference calls between the two clubs had initially mentioned a 50 per cent sell-on clause for Boga, who is attracting attention from the likes of Napoli and Roma, but Chelsea will now settle for the one-off fee instead.
Goal has also learned that Juventus are following the developments but he isn't one of their top priorities.
Nice to sign €8m defender Bambu
Flick on Sancho: He has enormous qualities
Sancho came on as a second-half substitute in Dortmund's 1-0 Klassiker defeat to Bayern and Flick insists he appreciates the England winger's talents.
"I don't like to talk about players who are under contract to other clubs," he told a news conference.
"I can say that Jadon Sancho has a high quality but in the end he also suits Borussia Dortmund very, very well."
Spurs enter race for Fraser
The Scotland international is out of contract in the summer and has shown reluctance to agree to fresh terms, alerting a host of sides willing to sign him on a free transfer.
Spurs have now moved to the front of the queue to sign the 26-year-old, who has reportedly told friends he is keen to join the club if they make a move for him.
Man Utd in late talks over Ighalo loan extension
There has been a big step forward in negotiations between Manchester United and Shanghai Shenhua regarding a possible extension of Odion Ighalo's loan deal.
The original terms of the Nigerian striker's United contract are due to expire this weekend, but it is understood talks have progressed in the last few days and there is hope that an agreement can be reached before the weekend.
PSG seal Telles deal
Bellingham and Gomes crucial to United future
The Red Devils hope to complete a £30 million ($37m) deal to sign Bellingham from Birmingham, while Gomes is already on the books but is out of contract in the summer.
The 19-year-old has so far been reluctant to sign fresh terms, but United are confident of agreeing a deal worth around £30,000 a week.
'Sancho can strengthen any team' - Kahn
Oliver Kahn has sparked talk of Bayern Munich showing transfer interest in Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho after the former Germany captain and board member at the Bundesliga champions said the England forward "can strengthen any team".
Speaking on German television before Tuesday's Klassiker clash, where Bayern beat Dortmund 1-0 to move seven points clear at the top of the Bundesliga, Kahn did not deny interest in the 20-year-old winger.
Barca reject Fati sale talk
The Bianconeri had hoped to sign the 17-year-old in a part-exchange deal for Pjanic, but have been told he will not be sold in any cirumstances.
The Italian side may now turn their attention to Arthur Melo, though the Brazilian is believed to be reluctant to leave Barca this summer.
Ighalo loan negotiations 'going well' - agent
The Manchester United loanee looks set to return to China, but his representative says talks are ongoing
Negotiations over Odion Ighalo remaining at Manchester United beyond his current loan deal are still happening and are 'going well', according to his agent.
Ighalo looks certain to return to Shanghai Shenhua with the Chinese Super League side unwilling to extend his current loan at Old Trafford, while United are unable to match his huge wages - however Ladi Salami says nothing has been confirmed yet.
He told Foot Mercato: “On the one hand, the Super Eagle [Ighalo] feels very good in Manchester. Negotiations with the Chinese are ongoing and are going well.
“On the other hand, in view of the latest regulations in force in [China], it is almost impossible to offer such amounts.”
Rangers 'on verge of confirming Hagi permanent deal'
The Romanian has impressed on loan from Genk and the Scottish side are set to conclude a £3 million deal
Genk put a statement on their website saying Hagi had moved to Glasgow on Tuesday night, only to delete it shortly after.
Hagi is reportedly set to move to Rangers full-time, however, on a £3m (€3.5m/$3.7m) three-year deal.
Coutinho to Arsenal? Why Barcelona outcast is unlikely to join Arteta's revolution
The Gunners have been linked with a potential move for the Brazil international, who is deemed surplus to requirements by the Catalan giants
Former Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho has been linked with a Premier League return after Bayern Munich confirmed they will not be turning their loan deal for the Barcelona flop into a permanent transfer.
A move to Arsenal is unlikely, however, as the Gunners are forced to tighten their purse strings due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Juventus 'want Aouar on two-year loan'
The Serie A champions are keen on the Lyon midfielder but have to watch their finances as they seek a deal
The financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic will have a major impact on the football transfer market, and this will reportedly affect Juventus as they seek a deal for Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar.
Corriere dello Sport report that the Serie A champions are keen to take Aouar on a two-year loan deal in order to spread out their financial obligation for a player valued at least at €50 million (£45m/$55m).
Lyon face losing many of their best players after they missed out on European qualification for the first time since 1997, following the abandonment of Ligue 1 due to Covid-19.
Ajax eye Danish teen
The teenager was scouted by John Steen Olsen, who also brought fellow Danes Christian Eriksen, Viktor Fischer and Kasper Dolberg to Amsterdam.
Dall spent a short time on trial at Ajax in December last year, scoring a hat-trick in a friendly match for the U16 side.
Jovic and Milik on Milan shortlist
Jovic has been linked with a move away from Real after managing just two goals since move from Eintracht Frankfurt last summer, though his reported €50 million (£44m/$55m) asking price may put off the Rossoneri.
Poland forward Milik, who is about to enter the final 12 months of his contract at Napoli, is seen as the alternative, though chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis' reputation for being a tough negotiator means he is unlikely to be allowed to leave on the cheap.
Prem clubs discuss moving transfer window
Premier League clubs are considering a proposal to move the summer transfer window to September, according to the Mail.
It is hoped that the 2019-20 season will be able to resume next month after the coronavirus shutdown and be completed by July, with European and domestic cup competitions taking place in August.
The 2020-21 season would then begin in September, with this latest proposal seeing the transfer window opening on September 3 and ending on October 5.
Barca ready to sell Dembele
As a result the Catalan giants are ready to move the 23-year-old on, with an offer in the region of €50m (£44m/$54m) enough to persuade them to do a deal.
Silva may yet stay at PSG
The Brazilian defender is a free agent at the end of next month and has been heavily linked with a return to AC Milan.
However, PSG would like to keep the 35-year-old and hope to persuade him to stay with the offer of a new deal, albeit on reduced terms.
Premier League clubs determined to start 2020-1 in September
Premier League clubs will tell the governing body that the coming season must begin in September, according to the Daily Mail.
Such a resolution would increase the chance of 2019-20 being curtailed, with time running out to play the remaining nine rounds of fixtures in time for the next campaign.
Rangers yet to decide Kamberi future
The Scottish giants are waiting on clarification over the rest of the Europa League campaign from UEFA before committing to a transfer, although Genk confirmed on Tuesday that an agreement had been struck over fellow loanee Ianis Hagi.
Casemiro signed Madrid extension
Espanyol part ways with director of football Perarnau
Newcastle move for Shaqiri
Napoli turn to Sassuolo's Boga
Juventus give up on Pogba pursuit
Man Utd midfielder no longer seen as a realistic transfer target
The midfielder has long been linked to a move back to Turin from Manchester United, but the financial effects of coronavirus mean that the Old Lady no longer see a deal as feasible.
James pushes for Atletico switch
Shenhua refuse to consider Ighalo loan extension
Striker will have to return to China for delayed start of season
The striker will therefore have to report back to China for the start of the much-delayed Super League campaign, despite United's interest in prolonging his stay.
'Arsenal would've won the Premier League if we kept team together'
Former Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has lamented the star departures at the Emirates in the early 2010s, saying the Gunners would have won the Premier League had the team not been broken up.
Arsenal last won the Premier League in 2003-04 and the team put together a streak of 10 seasons finishing either third or fourth between 2005 and 2015.
Wilshere believes a number of departures undermined his team's chase for Premier League glory, specifically citing the loss of Robin van Persie, Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas.