Man City close in on £46.5m Jorginho
Arsenal to sign Leno and Torreira
Arsenal are close to completing the signing of Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen for €22m (£19.2m/$25m), Goal understands.
The 26-year-old Germany international will come in to alleviate Arsenal's goalkeeping troubles, with the club open to offers for Petr Cech and David Ospina.
The Gunners will also sign defensive midfielder Lucas Torreira from Sampdoria once the World Cup comes to an end.
Barca make Pjanic contact
The Catalan side are looking to enhance their midfield after Antoine Griezmann's decision to stay at Atletico Madrid altered their transfer plans.
Barca have already spoken to Pjanic after another good season in Italy and the 28-year-old is open to a switch.
Liverpool move closer to Pope signing
The Reds are targeting a new shot stopper to replace Loris Karius after his performance in the Champions League final and have been linked with several options.
However, Jurgen Klopp's team are currently doing background checks on the Burnley No.1 and could make a move in close-season as they target a cheaper option to Roma star Alisson.
Barcelona keeping tabs on Lozano
The PSV star scored the lone goal in Mexico's shock win over Germany on Sunday, and will likely depart the Eredivisie side this summer amid interest from across Europe.
The Blaugrana could struggle to land Lozano, with Philippe Coutinho, Paulinho and Yerry Mina currently occupying the club's non-E.U. spots and Arthur Melo on his way in the winter.
Hoffenheim open to €50m Kramaric approach
Former Leicester forward Andrej Kramaric could be allowed to leave Hoffenheim if a bid of €50 million (£43.9m/$57.9m) is made this summer.
Hoffenheim’s sporting director Alexander Rosen says the club rejected an offer for Kramaric in January, but did not rule out selling the player if a suitable bid is received in the summer.
Everton target Martins and De Ligt
De Ligt, 18, is one of Europe's most sought-after defensive prospects, drawing interest from the likes of Barcelona and Manchester City.
Martins, 23, is also likely to be in high demand this summer, with Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham all looking to make a move.
De Jong fuels Barcelona transfer talk
Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong is not ruling out a move to Barcelona.
The 21-year-old is tipped for a big future, and the Blaugrana have identified him as a possible replacement for Andres Iniesta.
CSKA reject €17m Juve offer for Golovin
Liverpool to demand £15m for Sturridge
Liverpool will demand £15 million (€17m/$20m) for striker Daniel Sturridge, reports The Telegraph.
Sturridge spent the second half of last season on loan at West Brom, but injuries limited him to just six appearances with the club.
Southampton join race for Wilshere
Southampton have joined the race for Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, reports the Mirror.
Wilshere will be out of contract on July 1, and has yet to make a decision on his future with the Gunners.
Griezmann, Hernandez & Lemar agree Atleti deals
Atletico Madrid have announced deals for France internationals Antoine Griezmann, Lucas Hernandez and Thomas Lemar.
Griezmann and Hernandez have inked extensions with the La Liga runners-up, signing through 2023 and 2024 respectively.
Lemar has agreed personal terms with Atletico, and his move from Monaco will be confirmed following the completion of paperwork and a medical.
Maddison set for Leicester move
Several Premier League clubs were chasing the 21-year-old, and Maddison eventually decided to move to the King Power Stadium over Southampton.
Both Leicester and Southampton had previously agreed a fee in the range of £22 million (€25m/$29m) for the England U-21 international.
West Ham agree £22m Diop fee
The 21-year-old is due in London on Monday to discuss personal terms, which are no sure bet to be finalised.
Diop is understood to be demanding significantly more than the Hammers are proposing in their contract offer.
€25m Leno set for Arsenal switch
Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno is set to complete a €25 million (£21.9m/$29m) move to Arsenal, reports Kicker.
Leno has attracted attention from across Europe this summer, with Atletico Madrid and Napoli further rumoured destinations.
But he has ultimately plumped for the Emirates Stadium, where he will sign a five-year contract on Tuesday pending a medical.