Man Utd learn Boateng price
Jose Mourinho is searching for centre-back help this summer and while talks continue over Tottenham’s Toby Alderweireld, the manager is also looking at cheaper options.
Whereas the Spurs defender has been priced at £70m, Boateng, who Bayern will let leave this summer, could be had for much less.
Fred completes £52.5m Man Utd move
Manchester United have completed the signing of Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred for a fee in the region of £52.5 million ($70m).
The Brazilian has signed a five-year deal which includes a club option for a further 12 months upon its expiry.
Juventus wrap up Emre Can deal
It is understood that Can’s four-year agreement with the Serie A champions will pay him €5 million (£4m/$6m) per season and will begin on July 1.
Chelsea join Pjanic chase
Maurizio Sarri, who is expected to become Chelsea manager, views him as a possible replacement to Cesc Fabregas.
Torreira talks up Arsenal
Uruguay midfielder Lucas Torreira is focused only on the World Cup despite continued speculation linking him with a move to Arsenal.
The 22-year-old is widely tipped to become Unai Emery's third signing at Emirates Stadium, with the Gunners already bringing in Stephan Lichtsteiner and Bernd Leno, but any move is unlikely until after Torreira's involvement in Russia.
Forsberg opens transfer door
The Sweden international is under contract in Germany until 2022, but has suggested that a move elsewhere could be on the cards.
Skriniar admits to Man Utd approach
Inter defender Milan Skriniar has confirmed that Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has expressed an interest in signing him this summer.
He told the Slovakia football federation: "Manchester United? I heard from them and it made me proud."
Soyuncu hoping to seal Arsenal switch
Turkey international Caglar Soyuncu would be keen on a switch to Arsenal, amid reports that new Gunners boss Unai Emery is eyeing his services.
Dembele won't join Spurs rival
Belgium midfielder Mousa Dembele has discussed a potential exit from Tottenham this summer, revealing he's 'open to anything' as rumours continue to circulate.
The 30-year-old has remained loyal to the north London side since 2012 but, as he enters the final year of his contract, is considering a move away from White Hart Lane.
Zappacosta to leave Chelsea?
Davide Zappacosta has moved to rubbish reports suggesting that he could leave Chelsea and return to Italy at Inter after just one season in England.
The 26-year-old moved to Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2017 but struggled for regular starts in his debut campaign.
Ajax to lure Tadic from Saints
A fee is being thrashed, with it suggested that the Saints will demand around £15 million ($20m) for the Serbia international.
Ospina urged to consider Arsenal exit
David Ospina has been advised to consider his Arsenal future this summer, with fellow Colombian Faryd Mondragon of the opinion that the 29-year-old could play for “any club in the world”.
Much of the experienced goalkeeper’s four years at Emirates Stadium have been spent as a back-up option, and that situation is unlikely to change in 2018-19.
Nainggolan nears Inter move
Roma’s Radja Nainggolan is near a deal to join Inter in a cash plus player exchange, reports Sky Sports Italia.
Roma would receive €24 million (£21m/$28m), youth team player Nicolo Zaniolo and full-back Davide Santon.
Roma would then take the money from the swap to buy Paris Saint-Germain’s Javier Pastore for around €24m.
City near £50m Jorginho move
Jorginho and his agent are poised to finalise the move after a payment structure between City and Napoli was agreed earlier this week.
City are still in talks with Leicester regarding a move for Riyad Mahrez, although there is a difference in opinion regarding the winger’s value.
Loftus-Cheek to quit Chelsea
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has decided he must leave Chelsea if he is to further his career, reports the Daily Star .
The midfielder has previously admitted he needs to play to grow, and is frustrated by his lack of playing time under Antonio Conte.
He has decided to depart even if Conte is fired, and hopes the opportunity provided by his showings for England at the World Cup increase his market.
Leicester after identify Mahrez replacement
The Foxes have been watching the Norway international for some time, but now face competition from Bayer Leverkusen for his services
The attacker is viewed by the Foxes as the ideal replacement for Riyad Mahrez, and Basel is prepared to receive several offers for him this summer.
Inter plot Suso raid from Milan
Inter are hoping help improve their attack by raiding local rivals Milan for Suso, reports Sky Sports Italia .
Suso has a €40 million (£35m/$46m) release clause, but it is can only be triggered by teams outside of Italy, meaning Inter will have to get Milan to agree a deal.
Gerrard nears deal with former Liverpool team-mate
Flanagan was released by Liverpool after the expiration of his contract and is undergoing a medical with the Scottish Premiership side.
The defender, who received a 12-month community order after pleading guilty to assaulting his girlfriend, is expected to join the team for the preseason camp in Spain.
Cech turns down Napoli
Petr Cech has decided against going on loan to Napoli next season, reports Calciomercato .
Though Arsenal have signed Bernd Leno as their new top goalkeeper, leaving Cech the odd man out with the Gunners, he has backtracked on the idea of moving to the Serie A side.
Everton look to Wendell as Baines competition
A Brazil youth international who has never received a senior cap, the 24-year-old Wendell is valued at £32 million (€36m/$42m) and has three years left on his current contract.
Inter want Chelsea defender on loan
Inter are hoping to secure the services of Chelsea defender Davide Zappacosta on loan for the coming season, reports the Daily Mail .
A difficult first season in the Premier League have left the Blues willing to eat a small loss on Zappacosta, as they look to sell the defender.
However, if they cannot recoup £17 million (€19$/$22m) of the £25m they paid, Chelsea will settle for sending him out on loan.
Watford to move on from Deeney
Watford captain Troy Deeney’s time with the club is coming to a close as the team looks to sell him for at least £10 million (€11m/$13m), reports the Daily Star .
While he is a popular man at the club, Deeney is coming off his worst Premier League season and manager Javi Garcia is looking to revamp his attack.
Relegated Stoke City are considered the front-runners for his signature at £15m.