Madrid prepare €300m triple move
The Liga giants will apparently part with Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale to help fund the moves, with Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah one of the names that Madrid will target.
Balotelli wanted by 'many teams' in Serie A
Mario Balotelli will not be returning to AC Milan when he hits free agency this summer, but there are “many teams” in Serie A chasing his signature.
Cristante has impressed for Atalanta this season and has previously been linked with Liverpool and Manchester United.
Borussia Dortmund, along with leading Italian clubs, are also keen on Cristante, with his agent reportedly having been in London recently.
Perez wants Bale to stay at Real Madrid
Manchester United have long been determined to sign the Wales international and reports say he is considering an exit this summer as he has seen his playing time limited.
However, Madrid's president still believes in his biggest ever signing and has no interest in letting him leave.
Koulibaly future depends on Champions League
The agent of Kalidou Koulibaly is tight-lipped on reports linking the Napoli defender to Chelsea, while suggesting that qualification for the Champions League could be crucial in his decision.
Koulibaly has been the rock in the Napoli backline as the southern Italians continue to push Juventus for the Serie A title.
But the Senegal international has long been linked to Chelsea, who saw a bid for the defender rejected in 2017.
Lyon slap €30m price tag on Geubbels
Lyon have put a €30 million price tag on young prospect Willem Geubbels, Goal understands.
Geubbels has turned down professional terms with the Parc OL club and is set to move in the summer, but OL are determined to make life as difficult as possible for their Ligue 1 rivals.
Emre Can agrees Juventus deal
Emre Can is set to leave Liverpool in the summer and complete a move to Juventus after agreeing a deal with the Serie A side, La Gazzetta dello Sport reports.
The midfielder's contract at Anfield expires at the end of the season and the Italian giants will snap him up on a free transfer in the summer, with the Germany international signing a five-year deal.
Hodgson admits Zaha could leave
Roy Hodgson expects Crystal Palace to field a number of offers for Wilfried Zaha this summer.
Zaha is contracted at Selhurst Park until 2022, but has been linked with a move away amid his seven-goal season for the club.
Although Hodgson believes there will be a lot of interest, he hopes the 25-year-old stays put for at least another year.
Pochettino casts doubt on Spurs future
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino appeared to dodge the chance to commit his long-term future to Tottenham on Sunday.
Pochettino has been linked as a potential successor to Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid and passed up the opportunity to answer directly when asked if he'd be at Spurs next season.
Several clubs enquire about Mount
Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount has drawn the attention of several clubs with his performances on loan at Vitesse, reports The Sun.
Mount's displays have forced the Blues to consider making him a part of their first team next season to avoid losing the creative midfielder.
Ancelotti rejects Italy
Carlo Ancelotti has turned down the chance to manage the Italy national team, according to Corriere Dello Sport.
Ancelotti was sacked by Bayern Munich in September and was seen as the favourite to take over, but after holding talks with the Italian Football Federation, he has decided to look elsewhere for employment.
The 58-year-old is thought to prefer a return to club management, which could be good news for Arsenal if the Gunners choose to make him an offer.
Firmino signs new deal
Liverpool star Roberto Firmino has signed a new long-term contract with the club.
The Brazilian has emerged as one of The Reds' most important players, and has scored 27 goals across all competitions so far this season.
Liverpool to double Salah's wages
Liverpool are set to offer Mohamed Salah a new contract that would double his wages, according to The Sun.
With 43 goals this season, Salah has become a world superstar and has attracted the attention of rivals clubs across Europe, including Real Madrid.
And Liverpool are set to offer the Egyptian a boost from £90,000-a-week to £185,000-a-week to secure the 25-year-old's long-term future.
Arsenal turn away from Luis Enrique
Senior Arsenal executives consider Luis Enrique a poor fit for their soon-to-be-vacant coaching position, according to The Times .
The former Barcelona boss has been considered among the favourites to take over for Arsene Wenger, who will depart after this season.
But Luis Enrique's salary demands and "self-absorbed approach to management" are reportedly convincing the Gunners their focus should be elsewhere.
Bournemouth enter Tierney race
The 20-year-old Scotland international has drawn attention from the likes of Manchester United and Tottenham with his performances for the Scottish champions.
But Bournemouth are hoping that a better opportunity for playing time will lure the £20 million-rated Tierney to the Vitality Stadium.
Mourinho on Fellaini: 'I think he will stay'
Jose Mourinho has indicated that Marouane Fellaini is nearing a new contract at Manchester United.
Fellaini's contract expires at the end of the season, and several clubs around Europe have been linked with a free transfer for the 30-year-old.
But the Red Devils boss said that he's confident the Belgium international will stay at Old Trafford.
Everton to listen to Rooney offers
The 32-year-old returned to his former club just last summer, but his impact back on Merseyside hasn't been as significant as hoped as the Toffees have struggled in 2017-18.
And ahead of a major summer overhaul, Everton could be open to selling Rooney just one year after he arrived.
Sporting duo heading for the exit
Midfielder William Carvalho and goalkeeper Rui Patricio are both set to leave Sporting CP this summer, according to Jornal de Notícias.
A disagreement with the club will see the two Portugal internationals depart, with plenty of suitors around Europe likely to emerge.
Sporting have set the price for Rui Patricio, who has been linked with Napoli, at €15 million, while Carvalho will cost at least €40m.
Newcastle lead race for Letica
Letica has already turned down advances from Manchester United and Real Madrid, and is valued at £8 million.
The Magpies sent scouts last week to watch the Hajduk Split man, who wants first-team football if he is to move to England.
Wolves eye £20m Allen
Wolves are hoping to land Stoke midfielder Joe Allen this summer, reports The Sun.
The Championship winners are looking for experience in their midfield as they move to the Premier League, and will target a man on a team who could be moving in the opposite direction via relegation.
Wolves are preparing a bid of £20 million for the 28-year-old Wales international.