Ronaldo's astonishing €75m wage demands
The Portugal international's future at Madrid is currently up in the air after he hinted he could be leaving the club following the Champions League final .
And he apparently wants a six-year deal until 2024 to stay at the Bernabeu - a contract that would take him through to 39 years old.
Zidane's Real exit down to Hazard & De Gea dispute
An argument with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez over the potential signings of Eden Hazard and David de Gea played a role in Zinedine Zidane's resignation, claims The Sun.
The Frenchman announced his shock departure just days after winning a third consecutive Champions League crown, leaving many to question his reasons.
The newspaper reports that a key factor was a clash of opinion with Perez, who did not share Zidane's desire to sign Hazard from Chelsea, while the Frenchman did not agree with the president's ongoing pursuit of Manchester United goalkeeper De Gea.
Man Utd reach agreement to sign Fred
Manchester United have announced an agreement with Shakhtar Donetsk for the transfer of midfielder Fred.
The finishing touches are now being put on the £52.5 million (€61m/$70m) signing, with the Brazil international arriving for a medical on Monday.
Arsenal sign Lichtsteiner
Arsenal have announced the signing of right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner from Juventus on a free transfer.
The 34-year-old Swiss international becomes Unai Emery's first signing as Gunners manager.
De Gea 'happy' at Man Utd
David de Gea says he is "happy" at Manchester United amid renewed speculation that Real Madrid want to sign him.
The Spanish goalkeeper has long been linked with a move to the Bernabeu although he says he is remaining "calm" and that he is content with where he is at the moment.
Sokratis snubs Man Utd for Arsenal
Sokratis Papastathopoulos rejected Manchester United in favour of a move to Arsenal, his father has revealed.
Goal confirmed reports in late May which suggested a deal was almost done for the Greece international, and he has now travelled to England to put the finishing touches to a summer transfer.
Boateng targets Barcelona or Man Utd move
Levante striker Emmanuel Boateng says he wants to play for one of the biggest clubs in the world within the next five years.
The Ghanaian says that both Barcelona and Manchester United "excite" him as he plots a move away from the Liga side who finished 15th in the table in the 2017-18 season.
Man City expect scramble for Jorginho
Neymar in London for talks with Tuchel
The Brazilian attacker is in England for his country's friendly against Croatia and the newspaper reports Tuchel arrived this week.
Neymar continues to be linked with a move to Real Madrid and may be looking to sound out the former Borussia Dortmund boss to see if their ambitions align ahead of next season.
Dalot set for Man Utd medical
Goal revealed last week that the Red Devils are confident of landing the 19-year-old full-back by triggering his €20 million (£17.5m/$23m) release clause and the deal looks set to be completed in the coming days.
Rooney not wanted by Everton
The England international has been linked with a move to MLS in recent weeks and is no longer wanted by the Toffees following the arrival of technical director Marcel Brands and new manager Marco Silva.
Umtiti wants Griezmann at Barca
Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti has committed his future to the La Liga champions and is now hoping his France team-mate Antoine Griezmann will join him.
Umtiti, who signed a new deal with the club Monday, admitted he has not discussed the matter with the forward, but thinks it would be "fantastic" if he were to make the switch this summer.
Strootman happy at Roma
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman does not want to be drawn into discussions into his future and declared himself happy to be at Roma.
The midfielder has been linked with a move away from the capital club this summer but speaking after the Netherlands 1-1 draw against Italy, Strootman said he "has a contract", had not signed with another club, and that he was happy in Rome.
Pastore wages could end West Ham move
Javier Pastore's wage demands could put an end to a potential move to West Ham, says Sky Sports .
The Premier League side hope to sign the midfielder from Paris Saint-Germain, but are reluctant to match the wages he is being paid in Paris and his demands of £190,000 per week are said to be too high.
Juve eye Eriksen as Pjanic successor
Juventus see Christian Eriksen as an ideal replacement should Miralem Pjanic leave the club in the near future, Calciomercato reports.
The Bianconeri have no intention of selling Pjanic, but fear a gigantic bid could force their hand in the summer and they are looking for alternative options.
Eriksen has emerged as their top target, but are aware Tottenham will set a huge asking price.
Inter enter race to sign Malcom
The 21-year-old winger is expected to leave the Ligue 1 side after an impressive season and has already attracted interest from Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool, but Inter are set for talks with his agent and will discuss a potential move.
Liverpool table €90m Oblak bid
The Reds are expected to bring in a replacement for Loris Karius this summer following his disastrous showing in the Champions League final.
Oblak has been a long-standing target for the Reds and Jurgen Klopp has now made a move for a man with a €100m (£87m$117m) release clause.
Leicester want City player in Mahrez deal
City are in talks with the Foxes over the Algeria star and are looking to seal a £60 million (€68m/£80m) move in the close-season.
Leicester hope to make sure they land a good talent to replace one of their key men and hope City will let the 21-year-old go.
Mane agrees to join Madrid
Liverpool forward Sadio Mane has agreed a deal to join Real Madrid, according to France Football.
Though no agreement has been reached between the two clubs - with Goal understanding the Reds would not be willing to sell at any price - the Senegal international was happy to leave Anfield for Santiago Bernabeu.
The deal could now be in jeopardy, though, with Zinedine Zidane's departure from Madrid potentially set to alter the Blancos' transfer plans.
Arsenal lead way for Fellaini
Arsenal lead the way in the race to secure Marouane Fellaini's signature, according to the Times.
Although Manchester United are trying to tie the Belgian to a new contract and AC Milan are also in the hunt, it is the Gunners who are out in front.
Unai Emery had previously tried to sign him when in charge of Paris Saint-Germain.