Atletico eye Telles move
Atletico Madrid have identified Porto's Alex Telles as their number one left-back target this summer, according to AS.
Atletico are keen to sign a left-back as cover for Filipe Luis, who has suffered a number of injuries this season.
Telles, who is valued at €40million (£34m/$45m), looks to be their prime target, though Ajax's Nicolas Tagliafico is also under consideration.
Miyaichi signs new St Pauli deal
Japan international Ryo Miyaichi has signed a new contract at St Pauli through to the summer of 2021.
The former Arsenal, Wigan and Bolton winger is the fifth St Pauli player to sign a new contract in the last week after Robin Himmelmann, Philipp Ziereis, Christopher Avevor and Daniel Buballa.
Mourinho lays down Real conditions
Jose Mourinho wants two conditions to be met before considering a shock return to Real Madrid, report Superdeporte.
There have been several reports in Spain suggesting that current Real boss Santiago Solari could be sacked even if Los Blancos retain the Champions League this season.
If Solari does leave then Mourinho is ready to return, though only on the condition he has full control of transfers and the chance to rebuild the squad.
Di Francesco could quit Roma
Eusebio Di Francesco is ready to resign as Roma boss even if they beat Porto in the Champions League on Wednesday, according to Calciomercato.
The 49-year-old's position has been placed under further scrutiny after last weekend's 3-0 derby defeat to rivals Lazio.
Christian Panucci and Paulo Sousa are believed to be in contention to succeed Di Francesco should he stand down.
Benfica keen to keep Felix
Benfica hope to increase Joao Felix's release clause to €200million (£172m/$226m) to ward off interest from Barcelona, according to Mundo Deportivo.
Real Madrid, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are also among the side's linked with a move for the 19-year-old.
However, Benfica feel Felix would benefit from staying in Portugal for a few more years and hope a new deal, incorporating an increased release clause, will ensure he remains at the club for now.
PSV youngster extends contract
Talented youngster Mohamed-Amine Ihatteren has signed a new contract with PSV, the club announced on Tuesday.
The 17-year-old midfielder signed his first professional contract a year ago and has earned six senior appearances for the club.
When he made his debut in January, the midfielder became the fourth-youngest PSV debutant ever.
'Bale signing would be massive statement for Spurs'
Clive Allen has urged Tottenham to make a "massive statement" by bringing Gareth Bale back to the club.
Speculation has run rampant in recent weeks as Bale has come under fire from both players and fans at Real Madrid as a result of his perceived loner status.
Allen believes a homecoming with Spurs would be ideal for Bale and the club, who could introduce a new era with Bale and the club's new stadium.
Leicester set to battle Dortmund for Morelos
Leicester City are set to battle Borussia Dortmund and several other Bundesliga clubs in their bid to sign Rangers' Alfredo Morelos, acording to Sky Sports.
The Colombian signed a new four-year contract last September, but it's becoming increasingly likely that he leaves Scotland this summer.
Former Celtic boss and current Leicester manager Brandan Rodgers will consult with the club's transfer committee over the forward, who has scored 28 goals in all competitions this season.
Schalke make approach for Liverpool youngster
Schalke are one of several clubs to have made an approach to sign Liverpool striker Taiwo Awoniyi.
The Nigeria U-23 international, who signed signed a five-year contract with the Reds last summer, has scored six goals in seven games since joining Belgian side Mouscron on loan in January.
The Reds have already fielded loan interest from French trio Metz, Nice and Toulouse, while Belgian side Club Brugge and German duo Hertha Berlin and Mainz have also monitored the forward.
Nasvhille to retain Smith for first MLS season
Nashville SC is set to join MLS in 2020 with manager Gary Smith set to stay on with the club, according to ESPN.
Smith, who won an MLS Cup as manager of the Colorado Rapids, has previously managed Stevenage as well as the Atlanta Silverbacks.
The English manager is entering his second season as manager of the club.
Bale back to Spurs?
Juve to battle Barca for ‘new Marcelo’
Juventus have joined Barcelona and Manchester City in the hunt for highly-rated Brazilian left-back Luan Candido, reports Calciomercato.
Goal recently revealed that those at Camp Nou are closing on a deal for the Palmeiras starlet, but leading sides in Italy and England are still hoping to pip them to a prized signature.
Man City will have to break records for Chilwell
Manchester City will need to smash the world transfer record for a defender if they want to lure Ben Chilwell away from Leicester, claims The Telegraph.
The 22-year-old England international is among those being considered by Pep Guardiola ahead of the summer, but he will likely cost upwards of the £75 million ($98m) Liverpool invested in Virgil van Dijk back in January 2018.
Sancho or Bale? Why not sign both!
Man Utd urged to do double deal
Manchester United should be looking to sign both Jadon Sancho and Gareth Bale this summer rather than choosing one of the other, says an ambitious Rio Ferdinand.
The former Red Devils defender has told talkSPORT: “Sancho or Bale? I’d take both! Manchester United can afford both."
Maguire to Man Utd talk doesn't worry Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers is aware that Manchester United may rekindle their interest in Harry Maguire, but the new Leicester City manager insists the transfer talk “doesn’t worry me”.
The Foxes boss has said: “They may well come in. But it doesn’t worry me."
Duffy open to possible Celtic switch
Brighton's Shane Duffy has left the door open for a possible move to Celtic.
Answering a fan's question on his Instagram account, the defender suggested that he would like to play for the Hoops "maybe one day" in the future.
Duffy, who was born in Derry in Northern Ireland, has made 25 appearances for the Seagulls in the Premier League this season.
Mooy 'too good for the Championship' says former Socceroo
Aaron Mooy is being tipped to make a move away from Premier League struggles Huddersfield this summer, with the Australia international considered to be “too much of a talent to go back to the Championship”, according to former Socceroo Bruce Djite.
The 28-year-old playmaker is tied to a contract with the Terriers until the summer of 2020, with that agreement including the option of a further 12 months.
It is, however, expected that interest will be shown in his services once a slow slide out of the English top-flight is confirmed.
Leicester told to cough up in order to land Tielemans
The 21 year-old Belgium international is currently on loan at the Foxes from Monaco, but the Ligue 1 side won't allow their man to leave for good unless City dig deep into their pockets.
Ajax eyeing Real youngster
Real Madrid's Norway international Martin Odegaard is a target for Ajax, report AS.
The 20 year-old was touted as a wonderkid when he joined Real aged just 16 but has made limited impact on the first team at the Bernabeu and was loaned out to Vitesse last year.
Ajax would also be looking for a loan deal for the Norwegian.
Sinclair waiting on Celtic contract call
Scott Sinclair is waiting to discover whether Celtic will be triggering an extension in his contract, claims the Scottish Sun.
The 29-year-old winger has the option for another 12 months in his current deal, but no decision has been made on his future as yet as he heads towards free agency.
Gnabry extends Bayern contract to 2023
Serge Gnabry has signed a contract extension at Bayern Munich, with his deal at the Bundesliga champions now set to run until 2023.
'Alexis will be moved on this summer'
Alexis Sanchez has had “a shocker” at Manchester United, says Charlie Nicholas, with the former Arsenal star expected to be “gone in the summer” as the Red Devils write him off as an expensive flop.
Nicholas has told Sky Sports: "I think they're running down the clock with Sanchez. I think he'll be gone in the summer - that's the reality."
Juve stepping up Asensio hunt
Juventus are stepping up their efforts to lure Marco Asensio away from Real Madrid, according to Tuttosport.
The talented playmaker has long been linked with a move to Turin and the Serie A champions are looking to take advantage of the uncertainity surrounding several leading figures in the Spanish capital.
New Bayern deal for Gnabry
Chelsea urged to snap up Zidane
Zinedine Zidane is considered to be “a warrior” by fellow World Cup winner Robert Pires, with Chelsea told that the former Real Madrid boss would be a fine successor to Maurizio Sarri.
The former Arsenal winger has told bwin: “I think Zidane would be a very good appointment at Chelsea. He would demand respect from the Chelsea players and control the dressing room as a result of everything he has achieved both on the pitch as a player and on the bench as a manager."
Rangers want 'Dembele money' for Morelos
Rangers have stuck a £20 million ($26m) price tag on in-demand frontman Alfredo Morelos, reports the Daily Record.
Managing director of the Scottish giants, Stewart Robertson, has said: “We rate Morelos at least the same as [Moussa] Dembele in terms of value.”
Celtic sold Dembele to Lyon for €22m in the summer of 2018.
Man City told to break the bank for Van Dijk
Blues told to spend £150m on Liverpool star
Manchester City have been told that they should be looking to sign Liverpool centre-half Virgil van Dijk at any cost, with Stan Collymore suggesting that Pep Guardiola could offer “John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi plus £150 million ($197m)”.
The former Reds striker has told The Mirror: "Van Dijk is one of those incredibly gifted athletes and would make any defence on Planet Earth significantly better. And if City want to become the dominant force they say they want to, then going all out for him would be a no-brainer."
Managing Real would be an honour, says Seedorf
Clarence Seedorf says would be an “honour” to one day return to Real Madrid as their manager.
Seedorf played for Los Blancos between 1996 and 1999, making 159 appearances for the club while winning the Champions League twice as well as earning a La Liga triumph.
Since retiring as a player in 2014, the 42-year-old has managed AC Milan, Deportivo La Coruna and Shenzhen to varying success, and he is now in the dugout for the Cameroon national team.
Bayern eyeing Arsenal's Amaechi
Bayern Munich are interested in signing Arsenal youngster Xavier Amaechi, report Football London.
The 18 year-old is a product of the club's academy and has piqued the interest of a host of Bundesliga clubs, with 14 of them set to watch Amaechi when Arsenal's youngsters play Swansea tonight.
Real have more suitors than Julia Roberts, says Solari
Santiago Solari has laughed off speculation that Jose Mourinho will be installed to replace him at Real Madrid.
The Portuguese spoke at the weekend about being open to a possible return to Real, but Solari was dismissive of the talk.
The manager said: “This club has always had more pretenders than Julia Roberts. It’s normal.”
Manchester City target Indian club
Manchester City's owners are aiming to acquire a club in India this year, according to chief executive Ferran Soriano.
City Football Group recently acquired Chinese third-tier side Sichuan Jiuniu, joining MLS side New York City FC, A-League team Melbourne City, Girona of La Liga, Uruguayan outfit Club Atletico Torque and J.League club Yokohama F. Marinos.
FC Cincinnati nears loan for Saief
U.S. national team midfielder Kenny Saief is set to finalize a loan to FC Cincinnati, according to ESPN.
Saief is travelling to Cincinnati and that general terms on the loan have been agreed to as the midfielder simply has to complete a medical to finalize the deal.
The midfielder has made has made a total of 17 league and cup appearances for Anderlecht this season.
Sinclair's Celtic future in doubt
Scott Sinclair's future at Celtic is in doubt as he awaits word from chief executive Peter Lawwell on the club's one-year option, reports the Scottish Sun.
Neil Lennon is a fan of the Engish winger, but his status as interim manager only complicates matters.
Sinclair’s one of the Hoops’ biggest earners, and up to ten players could leave the club this summer as changes are expected at the end of the campaign.
'De Ligt should stay at Ajax'
Ajax great Johnny Rep believes star centre-back Matthijs de Ligt should stay with the club for at least one more year.
De Ligt has been linked with a number of the world's top clubs, but the former winger says the Ajax captain can afford to stick it out and wait until the time is right.
Real Madrid and Chelsea target deemed untouchable
AC Milan view club captain Alessio Romagnoli as untouchable in the face on interest from Real Madrid and Chelsea, according to Calciomercato.com.
Romagnoli also has no interest in leaving, and previously rejected the chance to join Antonio Conte when the Italian managed Chelsea.
Though Romagnoli wants to play Champions League football, Milan are in third this year and he could well have the opportunity next season.
Palace looking at Stoke City's Butland
Crystal Palace are looking at Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland as they have doubts over Vicente Guaita's future, according to the South London Press.
Guaita's contract runs through 2021, but the goalkeeper could return to La Liga, as teams there held interest in him before he arrived in London.
Butland is believed to be valued at £15 million ($20m) and the club could use the funds from Guaita's sale to help buy the England international.
Juventus interested in Asensio
Juventus have looked into signing Real Madrid attacker Marco Asensio, according to Tuttosport.
Though Asensio has a contract until 2023 and would not be cheap, the club sees opportunity as he has not been a consistent starter this season.
In addition, Florentino Perez is planning a major overhaul of the team this summer and Asensio's place is not secure.
Bale's agent comments have PL clubs on alert
Gareth Bale's agent's comments about his client have Premier League clubs on alert for the winger, according to the Mirror.
Agent Jonathan Barnett slammed the Real Madrid fans for what he believes is disrespect for the Welshman.
English clubs like Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester United are hoping the comments could be a precursor to Bale's availability this summer.
Man Utd players believe Solskjaer will be named permanent manager
Manchester United players believe Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will become the club's permanent manager, according to the Telegraph.
The players have given Solskjaer massive support in the dressing room, and the club has continued to get results under the caretaker manager.
There is increasing belief Solskjaer is the person to get maximum out of his players' potential, and his handling of the team's injury woes in attack has impressed the board.
Man Utd and PSG to battle for £100m Sancho
Borussia Dortmund are ready to let the two clubs enter a bidding war for the England international
Manchester United may face a tough battle to land Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho as Paris Saint-Germain are ready to bid for teen, according to the Telegraph.
Sancho stands to become England's first £100 million ($132m) player, as Dortmund are ready to let the two clubs outbid one another to drive his price higher.
If United did land Sancho, it would put Alexis Sanchez's future into further doubt, though the Chilean's wages will make moving him difficult.