Torreira expecting to spend 'a long time' at Arsenal
Lucas Torreira is hoping to spend “a long time” at Arsenal after joining the club this past summer.
The midfielder has impressed so far during his short stay with the club and says he is proud to link up with "world-class" team-mates like Mesut Ozil and Alexandre Lacazette.
Simpson completes Leyton Orient return
Simpson scored two goals in 27 total appearances for the Union after joining the club in 2017.
The forward previously featured for Leyton Orient from 2014-17, making 85 appearances while scoring 13 goals.
Dortmund and Gladbach after Lukebakio
Dusseldorf have no purcahse option, but are hoping to hang on to the Belgian winger after the loan expires this summer.
Petit: I never heard of Jorginho before Chelsea move
Emmanuel Petit says he never heard of Jorginho before the Italian joined Chelsea while adding that he doesn't see the midfiedler as the right fit for the club.
Jorginho's role has come under fire as Chelsea have struggled in recent weeks, and Petit piled on the criticism by saying Jorginho should not get preferential treatment of N'Golo Kante.
Impact sign Nigerian striker on loan
He additionally spent half-a-season on loan in Serie B with Brescia, where he scored one goal in 13 games with four starts.
Stuttgart appoint Hitzlsperger
Arsenal scout Suso and Barella
Arsenal sent scouts to watch Suso and Nicolo Barella in action at the weekend, according to Tuttomercatoweb.
Gunners scouts were in attendance as Suso's Milan side defeated Barella and Cagliari 3-0 on Sunday at San Siro.
Orlando City interested in Nani
The 32-year-old has enjoyed a solid campaign with the Portuguese side, scoring nine goals in 26 appearances this season.
Nani's former club Valencia retain a sell-on clause and could be set to recieve 40 per cent of any transfer.
Pozuelo wants Toronto FC move
TFC have made a bid of €8 million ($9m) for the 27-year-old, matching his release clause, and he has confirmed he would like to join the MLS side.
"The last contract...contained a release clause of €8m and now a club is willing to pay that amount," Pozuelo told Voetbalkrant.com.
"That bid also meets my personal expectations and that is why I made it clear to Genk that I want to be transferred to that club."
Dortmund join chase for Wan-Bissaka
Wan-Bissaka, who has been tipped for a first England call-up soon, is rated at £40 million ($52m).
Courtois: Nobody turns Real Madrid down
The Belgium international swapped Stamford Bridge for the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer of 2018.
Arsenal may end up 'looking elsewhere' following Suarez loan
Ray Parlour says Arsenal may very well end up “looking elsewhere” for a permanent midfielder as the club is determined not to play Barcelona’s “game” when it comes to Denis Suarez.
Parlour says Arsenal will not pay a "ridiculous fee" for Suarez, who joined the club in January on loan.
Chelsea don't want to sack Sarri as Granovskaia remains supportive
It's been a rough week for Chelsea, who were thrashed 6-0 by Manchester City with reports now swirling that the first team was defeated by a youth side in training on Tuesday.
But Sarri's future will be decided on the field over the next few weeks as the club facesa Europa League knockout tie against Malmo, an FA Cup fifth-round clash with Manchester United, the League Cup final against City and a Premier League game against Spurs.
Red Bulls sign Danish forward Jorgensen
The 18-year-old Jorgensen, who has played for the Denmark U-19s and U-18s, joins from Odense Boldklub after firing three goals in 572 minutes with the first team after shining with the youth squad.
“I’m so much looking forward to being a part of the New York Red Bulls,” said Jorgensen. “I will do whatever it takes to achieve success together with my new teammates.”
Spurs interested in former Arsenal target Perisic
Mauricio Pochettino "fell in love" with the Croatian star during the Champions League group stages, the report says, and is now determined to make a push for his signature this summer.
The report adds that Moussa Dembele or Serge Aurier could head the other way to Inter in order to facilitate a deal.
'No big name could have bettered Solskjaer'
Lee Sharpe says that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has done "frighteningly well" as Manchester United manager.
The Norwegian has proven to be much better than
James not keen on Premier League
Striker wants Madrid return
If a future with neither side comes to pass, Juventus is another likely destination – but the striker is cool on any switch to the UK, putting a dent in Arsenal’s hopes of landing his services.
Atletico eye Richarlison move
The former Watford striker, who joined ex-manager Marco Silva at Goodison Park, has scored 10 goals for the Toffees this season and is seen as an integral part of the Merseyside club’s plans.
However, Atletico would also be likely forced to part with a hefty transfer fee for the Brazilian, which is likely to remain a major stumbling block.
Foster agrees new St Johnstone deal
Chelsea to fight PSG for Kessie
The Ivory Coast international has been a star at the San Siro this season but is expected to be sold in order to make way for a permanent deal for Blues loanee Tiemoue Bakayoko.
Arsenal are also among the interested parties monitoring Kessie’s availability.
Navas, Marcelo set for Madrid exit
Mariano is also among the host of players expected to be shown the door by Florentino Perez and Santiago Solari as they look to reshape Los Blancos for the future.
The club has been linked with numerous big-name signings, with Paul Pogba, Neymar and Harry Kane among those on the rumour mill.
Man Utd join Rabiot hunt
The wantaway Frenchman is expected to exit the Ligue 1 side at the end of the season and has attracted a number of interested parties.
Signing new striker tough for Liverpool - Owen
Liverpool will struggle to lure a new forward to the club, according to ex-striker Michael Owen.
Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino have often been unmoved in the Reds attack this term - making opportunities for others few and far between.
'Sarri spell reminiscent of Mourinho'
Emmanuel Petit can see similarities between Maurizio Sarri's spell at Chelsea and Jose Mourinho's second coming at Stamford Bridge.
Sarri is already under pressure after Manchester City's 6-0 win over the Blues saw them lose for the third time in four Premier League games.
Pogba return to Juventus 'unlikely'
The Frenchman has continued to be linked with re-joining the Serie A champions since he first arrived at Old Trafford.
Trend-setter Sancho thrilled with Dortmund move
Jaden Sancho is delighted to have opened the door for other English youngsters to move to Europe.
"It's a good feeling, a nice feeling," he told ESPN.
"It's a good thing to give other players the opportunities somewhere else and not just at home.
"Give them a wider vision of what's out there. I'm happy that I've opened doors."
Barca lead chase for Ihattaren
However, the La Liga champions will be forced to fend off fellow interest from Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Liverpool, Chelsea, Monaco and Borussia Dortmund among others to get their man.
17-year-old Ihattaren has been hailed as the most exciting young Dutch talent since Arjen Robben.
Benzema 'best nine' in world, says Perez
The Los Blancos supremo has played down rumours of a new forward arriving at the La Liga outfit in the summer, instead praising his current key attacker.
“I have read and heard in some media outlets for years that Madrid need to sign a striker when reality clearly shows that Karim Benzema is the best forward in the world,” Perez stated.
Juventus detail Ronaldo deal
Sporting director Fabio Paratici has documented how the deal went through, after he put two transfer proposals to the Juve hierachy.
West Ham to listen to Masuaku offers
Manuel Pellegrini will consider allowing Arthur Masuaku to leave West Ham United for around £10 million ($13m).
The full-back has endured a tough time at the London Stadium since being signed by Slaven Bilic in 2016.
And with the Hammers having plenty of options in that position, the club are happy to allow him to depart according to The Mirror.
Sarri plotting Chelsea overhaul
Maurizio Sarri has concerns over his Chelsea squad and wants to stage a mass overhaul if he is retained as manager.
The Italian is under pressure after the 6-0 Premier League defeat to Manchester City.
But according to The Times Sarri has lost confidence in his squad and wants to major changes - in the event he survives his maiden season.
Spurs consider Sturridge as Kane back-up
Tottenham are monitoring the future of Daniel Sturridge as they consider refreshing their attacking options.
The Liverpool striker is out-of-contract at the end of the season, but facing a betting charge and an independent FA hearing.
But The Mirror understand the 31-year-old is being considered for a free transfer in the summer, as Spurs look to sign a reliable back-up to Harry Kane.
Sturridge faces independent betting hearing
Daniel Sturridge has submitted his plea to The Football Association after being hit with a betting charge last year.
However, The Daily Mail understand the response to the charge is unknown.
Gold Cup could delay start of Pulisic's Chelsea career
Christian Pulisic is set to be called up into the USMNT squad for this summer's Gold Cup.
The tournament in North and Central America will take place from 15 June to 7 July.
If the US enjoy a successful run it could see Pulisic begin pre-season with the Blues at a later date, with three weeks set aside for players who feature in summer international tournament, to rest.
Chelsea players concerned with Sarri tactics
Chelsea players are concerned that Maurizio Sarri's philosophy is not getting the best out of the squad as currently assembled.
Sarri's sessions have been criticized for his rigid and automatic approach to training as well as the lack of freedom afforded to players on the pitch.
Barca and Real after Jovic
With 14 goals, Jovic is leading the Bundesliga in scoring and, at just 21 years old, the forward is drawing considerable attention.
The Serbian has scored five further goals in the Europa League and made an appearance at the World Cup this past summer.
Hazard renewal still possible
Borussia Monchengladbach's head of sport Max Eberl says there is a chance Thorgan Hazard could extend his stay with the club.
Hazard has been linked with a move away from the club, but could still stay if the team finds a way to creatively keep him on the books.
Manneh set to sign with FC Cincy
Kekuta Manneh is set to join FC Cincinnati following a stint with Swiss side St. Gallen, according to the Athletic.
Manneh previously featured for the Crew and Vancouver Whitecaps as well as Liga MX side Pachuca.
Juventus' best Bosman signings
But that's nothing new for the Old Lady, and with Ramsey the latest to join, Goal looks at the Bianconeri's greatest free transfers.
Sarri's future to be decided in next two weeks
If he does not qualify for the Champions League, either by the top four or Europa League Sarri is likely to be sacked and a poor close to February would see him fired earlier.
Neymar could block Hazard from Real Madrid
The two players are not viewed as compatible and Madrid is prioritising the PSG star
Madrid president Florentino Perez is known to have proritised bringing the PSG star to the Bernabeu over Hazard and believes the two players are incompatible.
So if Perez does successfully pry Neymar away from PSG, Hazard will not have Madrid interest to complete his dream move to the European champions.
Skrtel rejected Barcelona in January
Mithat Halis, who is part of the group who represents the defender, says Skrtel is happy in Istanbul and did not want to sit behind Barcelona's current centre-backs.
"Barcelona wanted to sign him and were insisting on him because they needed a central defender that was a reliable alternative, but the player didn't agree because he did not want to be a substitute for Pique and Umtiti," Halis said.
Orlando City chasing Belgium top-flight defender
Hamsik to Dalian could still happen
The deal had some setbacks in recent days, but the clubs are hopeful a final agreement can be reached shortly, with Napoli receiving €5 million upfront (£4m/$6m), and €15m in payments over the next year.
Napoli want a final guarantee that Dalian will pay the price agreed.