Rafael reveals United ambitions
Former Manchester United right-back Rafael da Silva has said he'd like to return to Old Trafford as a scout - or even a coach.
“I’ve always said that I wanted to work for Manchester United as a scout or something. This could happen – I think I might start doing my coaching badges.,” the 29-year-old told Stretty News.
New England consider Vermaelen
The Revs have kept just two clean sheets this season and they view the former Arsenal and Barcelona man as an answer to their defensive woes.
Veramelen, who turned down a chance to join Vincent Kompany at Anderlecht as a player-coach this summer, has missed 40 games in the last two years through injury.
No Newcastle approach for Bruce
Bruce has been installed as favourite to replace Rafael Benitez at St. James' Park by bookmakers.
Lopez to Roma confirmed
The 'keeper signed a contract until 2024 for a fee of €23.5m (£21m/$26m).
Ufficiale: Pau Lopez è un calciatore della Roma.— AS Roma (@OfficialASRoma) July 10, 2019
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Koscielny mulls over Ligue 1 offers
Laurent Koscielny is considering a number of offers from LIgue 1 clubs as he is unsure of his place in Arsenal's long-term plans.
The France international centre-back's contract with the Gunners expires next summer, and The Mirror believe he wants long-term security that Arsenal are unwilling to guarantee.
That security may come from Bordeaux, who have made an offer to the 33-year-old, believed to be a two-year contract with an option for a third.
Arsenal may keep hold of their former captain though, as they look to offload other defenders.
Roma to make bid for Alderweireld
The central defender has a release clause in his contract, which expires next summer, allowing him to be sold for £25m ($31m) after July 26.
The paper suggests Roma's best hopes of landing the Belgium international may rest on sending highly-rated Nicolo Zaniolo the other way.
United told Longstaff is not for sale
Manchester United have been rebuffed by Newcastle in their attempts to sign Sean Longstaff, according to a Sky Sports reporter.
Kaveh Sohlekol says high-level talks between the clubs have taken place, but the Magpies told United the 21-year-old wasn't for sale.
Longstaff recently signed a new deal to keep him at St. James' Park until 2022.
Sheffield United in for phenom Bayliss
Bayliss, a midfielder, has already made 60 appearances for Coventry.
Zaha camp doubt Arsenal can afford him
The Gunners have had a £40m offer rejected by the Eagles, who want a fee closer to £100m.
Unai Emery's team have offered players in part-exchange, but Palace are not interested in such a deal, the reporter states.
Lyon sign Kone to replace Mendy
The left-back wiil replace Ferland Mendy who left for Real Madrid on July 1.
Kone, a Mali international, established himself as first-choice after Christmas last season as Lille finished runners-up to Paris Saint-Germain in the French top-flight.
Lyon have not disclosed a fee, but reports say it is around €9m (£8m/$10m).
Porto add Colombian international Diaz
FC Porto have confirmed the signing of Luis Diaz from Colombian side Junion.
The Colombian winger has earned eight caps by age 22, and scored his first international goal in March against South Korea.
He was a member of Colombia's Copa America squad, where he made one start and two substitute appearances.
Pogba to Real Madrid on hold
Paul Pogba's potential move to Real Madrid is on hold as the club looks to offload a number of players to pay for the deal.
James Rodriguez, Gareth Bale and Isco will need to be sold to finance a move for Pogba as Madrid will need to raise funds to continue the club's big-spending summer.
Motta leaves role as PSG youth coach
Thiago Motta has left his post as Paris Saint-Germain's U-19 coach, the club announced.
Motta began running the team in June 2018 after ending his playing career.
🔚🤝— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_inside) July 10, 2019
D’un commun accord, le Paris Saint-Germain et Thiago Motta ont décidé de libérer l’ancien milieu de terrain de sa dernière année de contrat comme entraîneur de l’équipe U19, qu’il dirigeait depuis juin 2018 ⚽️
Merci Thiago ❤️💙
Inter director in London for Lukaku meeting
Lukaku is widely expected to move on from Manchester United this summer with varying reports linking him with an Old Trafford exit.
And Antonio Conte's Inter are seen as the favourites to sign him as talks begin in London on Wednesday.
De Jong had 'dream' of Arsenal move
Frenkie de Jong has admitted that he had dreamt of someday playing for Arsenal before joining Barcelona.
Origi commits future to Liverpool
Divock Origi has signed a new long-term deal with Liverpool, ending speculation about a move away from Anfield.
Goal understands there is no release clause in the 24-year-old's new deal, as the club view him as key to their future plans.
Rivierez moves to SM Caen
Caen were relagated from Ligue 1 last season with Metz heading the other way, and the 30-year-old Rivierez represents the fifth signing of the summer for the Normandy team.
Rivierez can play at right-back and in the centre of defence, and his versatility was attractive to his new club, says head coach Yohann Eudeline.
Konsa to make Villa switch
The 21-year-old will reconnect with Villa manager Dean Smith, who signed him for the Bees from Charlton Athletic last season, before taking over at Villa Park.
Konsa, who has seven caps for England Under-21's, will join for £12m ($15m), a fee which triggers his release clause from the Championship club.
Rangers set to sign Helander
The 26-year-old will move to Ibrox for a fee around £4m, with final details being hammered out between the clubs ahead of a medical in Glasgow for the 26-year-old.
Helander, who has 10 caps for his country, made 60 appearances over three seasons with the Serie A side.
Mata reveals why he signed new United contract
Manchester United's Juan Mata has opened up as to why he signed a new contract at Old Trafford.
"There were many [reasons to stay], the first thing is the feeling of belonging to this club, it's something special, unique," Mata told MUTV.
Jony Rodriguez arrives in Rome
Malaga winger Jony Rodriguez has arrived in Rome ahead of an expected transfer to Lazio.
The club tweeted a picture of the 28-year-old in a Lazio scarf at Fiumicino airport in the Italian capital.
De Rossi to retire after Roma exit
Sky says that, after a period of contemplation on holiday, the 35-year-old will forego joining a new club to concentrate on his coaching career.
Gomez set to sign with Valencia after fishing trip
Gomez is currently on a fishing trip with friends and is unable to receive the documents to finalize the transfer.
As a result, there have been delays, but a deal is expected to be finalized on Wednesday.
Lemina admits desire to leave Southampton amid Manchester United links
Gourcuff drawing interest from third-division side
Yoan Gourcuff as been out of contract since January, but is now drawing interest from a French third-division side, according to Ouest France.
The 33-year-old has not yet responded to the club's advances but is believed to be considering retirement.
Leicester chase Praet
Mbappe, Sancho, Pulisic & the most valuable Under-21 players
The latest Soccerex 20 Under-21 Report values the game’s best young talent, and some of the game's biggest stars are among a list that includes the first player valued in excess of €200m.
Kylian Mbappe, Jadon Sancho and Christian Pulisic lead the list, which surprisingly doesn't include an out-and-out striker.
Eriksen Man Utd's first choice to replace Pogba
The Dane is top of United's list to fill Pogba's boots, but Tottenham will demand around £80 million ($100m) for his services.
Sheffield Wednesday sign Borner
Sheffield Wednesday have announced the signing of Julian Borner from Arminia Bielefeld.
🦉 We can confirm that defender Julian Borner has joined the Owls!— Sheffield Wednesday (@swfc) July 10, 2019
Welcome to Wednesday, Julian! 🔵⚪️ #swfc
Derby eyeing Everton's Dowell
New Rams boss Phillip Cocu is thought to be a huge admirer of the England U-21 star and wants to beat Huddersfield to his signature in the coming days.
Dowell spent last season on loan at Sheffield United, racking up 16 Championship appearances in total during their promotion run.
Lukaku exit would be a huge loss for Man Utd, says Kleberson
Romelu Lukaku leaving Manchester United this summer would be a huge loss for the club, according to Kleberson, but the former Red Devils midfielder "understands" why he is considering a move.
Read the full story on Goal.
Wolves sign Dai from Oxford
Wolves have announced the signing of Oxford United midfielder Tsun Dai for an undisclosed fee on their official website.
The 19-year-old has signed a two-year deal at Molineux with the option of a further year.
Dai spent last season on loan at FC Utrecht, recording two assists in 12 appearances for the Dutch club.
Celta Vigo's Jensen nears Brentford switch
The 23-year-old is in advanced talks over becoming the Bees' fourth summer signing, with an official announcement expected in the coming days.
Jensen joined Celta last summer but failed to earn a regular place in the team, finishing the 2018-19 campaign with just six La Liga appearances to his name.
Arsenal's Bielik wanted on loan
Arsenal midfielder Krystian Bielik is wanted by a clutch of Championship clubs on a season-long loan deal, reports the Daily Telegraph.
Bielik impressed on loan at Charlton last season, as well as for Poland at the European Under-21 Championship this summer, and is expected to be sent out on loan again in the coming campaign.
Napoli keen on Rodrigo
Rodrigo has also been linked with a move to the Premier League amid reports Valencia are prepared to listen to offers for the 28-year-old.
Fenerbahce reject Ozil rumours
Fenerbahce have dismissed reports that they will try to sign Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil during the summer transfer window.
Arteta & Vieira warned off Newcastle job
Benitez left Newcastle at the end of June, and Manchester City assistant manager Arteta and Nice coach Vieira are reportedly on the list of potential replacements.
However, after discussing the vacancy with Benitez, both Arteta and Vieira have been warned off the role, with Steve Bruce now a leading contender to take charge at St James’ Park.
Nottingham Forest sign Adomah
Monaco defender joins Genoa on loan
🔴⚪️ L'AS Monaco annonce le prêt de Antonio Barreca au Genoa CFC et lui souhaite une bonne saison.https://t.co/skrCZPJG1s— AS Monaco 🇲🇨 (@AS_Monaco) July 10, 2019
Rashford: Signing Man Utd contract wasn't hard decision
Solskjaer hopeful De Gea will sign new contract
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer remains hopeful the club can agree a new contract to retain goalkeeper David de Gea.
The Spain international only has one year remaining on his current deal, but talks have been ongoing over the summer and Solskjaer is optimistic United can ‘get it sorted’
Bayern weigh up Mandzukic return
If Bayern do follow up their interest in Mandzukic, they view the Croatian as being able to provide back-up to striker Robert Lewandowski and an option on the wing.
No bids for Pogba & Lukaku - Solskjaer
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed the Premier League giants are yet to receive bids for any of their players, including Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku.
Lemina aiming to push through Man Utd transfer
The 25-year-old has expressed his desire to leave St Mary's, with the Red Devils and Arsenal both now vying for his signature.
Lemina favours a switch to Old Trafford, with Southampton likely to accept an offer within the region of £18 million ($22m).
Aarons agrees new long-term Norwich deal
Norwich defender Max Aarons has agreed to sign a new five-year contract with the club, according to the Telegraph.
The 19-year-old is widely regarded as one of England's brightest young talents and he will get his first taste of Premier League football with the newly promoted Canaries next term.
Aarons contributed two goals and six assists in 41 matches for Norwich during their Championship-winning 2018-19 campaign.
West Ham offered Balotelli on free transfer
West Ham have been offered the chance to sign Mario Balotelli on a free transfer, according to the Daily Mail.
The Hammers are set to miss out on top targets Callum Wilson and Maxi Gomez, but the Italian can be brought in for nothing after leaving Marseille on July 1.
Balotelli hit eight goals in 15 Ligue 1 games for Marseille during a six-month spell at the club last season.
Barca plot move for ex-midfielder Hagi's son
The 20-year-old is the son of Gheorghe Hagi, who played at Camp Nou between 1994 and 1996.
Barca plan to loan the Romanian starlet out to Real Valladolid for the upcoming season once a deal is finalised.
Ayew set for permanent Palace move
Ayew scored twice in 25 Premier League appearances for Palace last season.
Atlanta United adds homegrown defender
Atlanta United has signed 18-year-old defender George Campbell to a homegrown player deal.
Atlanta United FC (@ATLUTD) July 9, 2019
Campbell joins a team that currently sits third in the Eastern Conference, six points back of the top of the table with two fewer matches played.
Former Man Utd midfielder urges club to sell Pogba
Manchester United should sell wantaway star Paul Pogba, according to former Red Devils midfielder Kleberson.
"It is the right move to sell Paul Pogba, he's a great player and his talent is unbelievable," Kleberson told the Manchester Evening News.
"But his style is a little bit different, and not particularly what Man United need."
Josh Wolff to be Austin FC's first manager
Barcelona linked with surprise move for Man Utd defender
Manchester United centre-half Victor Lindelof is in the sights of Barcelona after the Catalan club was forced to change their transfer plans.
With Barcelona looking likely to miss out on the signing of Matthijs de Ligt, Mundo Deportivo says they have turned their attention to the Red Devils' Swedish defender and are hoping to open talks this week.
Lindelof, who became a first-choice centre-half at Old Trafford last season, joined United after departing Benfica in 2017 for a £31 million ($38m) fee.
Bruce in contention for Newcastle job
Newcastle-born Bruce, who is currently the boss of Sheffield Wednesday, is in the frame to replace Rafael Benitez despite previously being in charge of the Magpies' bitter rivals Sunderland.
Martinez not leaving Atlanta - De Boer
Atlanta United coach Frank de Boer laughed off suggestions that the club is looking to offload struggling designated player Gonzalo "Pity" Martinez.
The 26-year-old attacker made the jump to MLS in January but has struggled to find his top form with the defending MLS champion.
"It’s ridiculous, you know," De Boer said in audio provided by the team.
"We’re just halfway through the season and he’s new. I always say the first six months is the hardest for everyone who comes to a new culture. He has to adapt."
Fiorentina interested in Benedetto and Tonali
The former has scored 39 goals in 63 games for Boca Juniors since joining in 2016, while 19-year-old Tonali is a target for a number of top clubs in Italy.
The midfielder made 34 appearances for Brescia in Serie B last season, scoring three goals as the club earned promotion to the top-flight.
Aston Villa turn attention to Heaton
The Potters are reportedly looking for £25 million ($31m) for Butland, and Villa have now turned their attention to 33-year-old Heaton, whom they have informed Burnley they are unwilling pay big money for.
The England international has one year left on his contract at Turf Moor and made 19 Premier League appearances last season.
Ancelotti says James move will take "time and patience"
"The important thing is that he puts the blue jersey on, the number on the back does not count," said Ancelotti.
"It takes, however, time and patience."
Pogba to quit Man Utd in search of silverware
The midfielder is desperate to add to his trophy cabinet away from Old Trafford
The France international has been heavily linked with a move away since admitting he is looking at a "new challenge", with Real Madrid one of few who have the financial backing required to purchase the midfielder.
Leicester enter race for £49m Praet
The Belgian has previously been a transfer target for Arsenal, and his current club have reportedly begun negotiations with Valencia over a potential transfer for the player, who is valued at £49 million ($61m).
The Foxes however have registered their interest in the 25-year-old, who made 37 appearances for Sampdoria last season, scoring two goals.
Arsenal interested in £15m Southampton midfielder
Any approach for the player would cost £15 million ($19m), and the Gunners may have to act on their interest fast with Manchester United and Leicester CIty also keen.
The 25-year-old has openly admitted his desire to leave the Saints, saying: "The coach put his team together. I want to start afresh. So why not leave?
"We have very good discussions with the club. We are in agreement."
Arsenal plan to hijack Everton's £32m Malcom move
The Gunners are set to enter the race for the Barcelona winger
The Toffees are reportedly confident of agreeing a deal for the Brazilian in the coming days, but Unai Emery could have a say in the transfer after moving on from Zaha, whom he has seen a £40m ($50m) bid rejected.
The 22-year-old failed to impress at Camp Nou after joining from Bordeaux last summer, scoring four goals in 24 games across all competitions for the Catalan giants.
Roma meet with Mariano's agent
The 25-year-old scored four goals in 19 games for Los Blancos last season after rejoining the club from Lyon, where he netted 21 goals in 48 games.