Three teams chasing Bellerin
Manchester United, Chelsea and Juventus are all weighing up a summer swoop for Arsenal's Hector Bellerin, Sport reports.
It is said that the full-back is likely to leave the Emirates at the end of the season as the Gunners look to remodel their side following the departure of Arsene Wenger.
The 23-year-old could be sold for as little as £40 million.
Madrid to offer Bale & Navas for Salah
Real Madrid are hoping to lure Mohamed Salah away from Liverpool by offering Gareth Bale and Keylor Navas, according to Diario Gol.
The Blancos are keen to sign the Egypt star this summer after his sensational campaign with the Reds but are put off by his €200 million price tag.
The Champions League holders hope that by including both the Wales star and the Costa Rica goalkeeper, they can get the price down and still land their man.
Man City weigh up move for Bailey
Manchester City are weighing up a summer move for Bayer Leverkusen forward Leon Bailey, Goal understands.
Bailey is one of two names on City’s 'non-Mbappe' list, with the PSG attacker considered a priority target for Pep Guardiola's side.
Should City fail to land the Frenchman, however, they will look at signing either Bailey or one other attacking player.
Milinkovic-Savic too expensive for Barca
Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is high up on Barcelona's wishlist, but the Catalan club will not make a move due to the midfielder's price, according to Mundo Deportivo .
The Blaugrana were said to have been monitoring the Serb, 22, since before he became a household Serie A name, but his club's most recent €80 million valuation has turned the Spanish champions away from a move.
Barca's reluctance to shell out for the young talent may be good news for Manchester United, who have also been credited with an interest in his services.
Chelsea to swoop for £31m Henrichs
Chelsea are preparing a £31 million summer swoop for Bayer Leverkusen full-back Benjamin Henrichs, according to The Sun .
The 21-year-old, widely regarded as one of the best young defenders in Germany, has been on the radar of both Manchester clubs, but it seems Chelsea are prepared to beat their rivals to the punch.
Despite his future at Stamford Bridge being up in the air, it is said that Antonio Conte feels Henrichs will provide good competition for Victor Moses at right wing-back.
Puel facing Leicester axe
Claude Puel is facing being relieved of his managerial duties at the King Power Stadium if Leicester do not finish their season strongly, according to the Daily Mail .
The Foxes fell to a shock 5-0 defeat to Crystal Palace at the weekend, leaving board members demanding answers.
The report also suggests that several of Leicester's players have become disenfranchised with Puel's tactical style.
Icardi's agent contacts Man Utd
Inter striker Mauro Icardi's agent Mino Raiola has made contact with Manchester United over a possible move, reports Corriere dello Sport.
The 25-year-old has attracted plenty of interest with his performances over recent seasons and has scored 27 goals in Serie A this term.
United are interested but Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are also keen on the striker, who has a €110 million release clause.
Luiz could join Benitez at Napoli
David Luiz could move to Napoli this summer should the Serie A side hire Rafa Benitez as their new manager, claims The Sun.
Luiz has fallen out of favour with the Blues this term and could be open to a summer move in search of more playing time.
Current Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri has been tipped to leave in the summer and if the Partenopei bring in the current Newcastle boss, he could move for the defender who he managed during a six-month spell at Chelsea in the 2012-13 season.
Chelsea, Spurs and Everton battle for Fernando
Chelsea, Tottenham and Everton are all chasing Spartak Moscow midfielder Fernando, reports The Sun.
The 26-year-old Brazilian has impressed this season, helping Spartak to their current second-place position in the Russia Premier League.
Spartak value Fernando, who is also being watched by Sevilla and Atletico Madrid, at £22 million.
D.C. United chasing Tevez and Torres
Goal understands that D.C. United is hoping to sign either Carlos Tevez or Fernando Torres this summer.
The MLS side is moving into the new 20,000-seat Audi Field in July and wants a marquee striker to help open the new facility.
Torres, who will be leaving Atletico Madrid at the end of the season, would be available on a free transfer, while Tevez recently returned to Boca Juniors after a difficult spell in China.
Bailly worried about Man Utd future
Defender Eric Bailly is worried about his Manchester United future after being recently omitted from the squad, according to the Mirror .
The 24-year-old hasn't featured for United since the April 7 Manchester derby and wasn't even in the matchday squad for the team's win over Arsenal at the weekend.
United manager Jose Mourinho has not provided the Ivorian with an explanation as to why he was dropped, leaving him to fear for his future at Old Trafford.
Wilshere upbeat on Arsenal renewal
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere feels confident that he and the club will soon agree to a contract extension.
The 26-year-old's current deal expires at the end of the season, and Wilshere has been linked with clubs all across Europe.
But Wilshere says he hasn't considered a move elsewhere and believes his long-term future still lies at the Emirates.
Arsenal put off by Luis Enrique wage demands
Luis Enrique's sky-high wage demands could rule him out of the running to become Arsenal's new manager, reports the Mirror .
The former Barcelona boss is reportedly asking for a £25 million-a-year salary, more than tripling outgoing manager Arsene Wenger's wages of £8m-a-year.
The demands have the Gunners considering younger and cheaper options, including Mikel Arteta, Patrick Vieira and Julian Nagelsmann.
Gerrard confirms Rangers talks
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has confirmed "positive talks" with Rangers over their managerial vacancy.
The Scottish club recently sacked Graeme Murty and Gerrard has been tipped to take over in what would be his first coaching position.
The 37-year-old has admitted that he's been in touch with Rangers and that a deal could be wrapped up in the coming week.
Lee Nguyen traded to LAFC
The Lee Nguyen saga with the New England Revolution has finally come to a close. The 31-year-old midfielder was traded to Los Angeles FC on Tuesday in exchange for $700,000 in allocation money, the Revolution announced late Tuesday night.
The attacking midfielder had not played a minute for the Revolution this season after holding out of the team's training camp
Man Utd tell Darmian and Blind they can leave
Manchester United have told defensive pair Matteo Darmian and Daley Blind that they are free to leave Old Trafford this summer, according to The Times.
Darmain and Blind have found playing time hard to come by this season, and both players have one year remaining on their current contracts.
The report states that neither player participated in a recent photo shoot for next season’s kit, adding more evidence they will be departing the club shortly.
Conte and Sarri could swap positions
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and his Napoli counterpart Maurizio Sarri could trade positions in the summer, according to the Mirror .
Both managers are expected to move on in the summer, as Conte has fallen out with Chelsea's board while Sarri is seeking a fresh challenge away from Italy.
Conte's options are dwindling with the PSG and Italy jobs set to be filled by other candidates soon, so a swap could make sense for all parties.
Jese's Stoke loan ends
Stoke City have announced that Paris Saint-Germain striker Jese Rodriguez’s loan spell at the club has been terminated.
The 25-year-old joined Stoke in the summer but has struggled at the club, scoring just one goal in 13 appearances.
And the Potters have now granted Rodriguez an unpaid compassionate leave for the rest of the season, with the striker set to return to PSG.