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Jose Mourinho is gearing up a for a £70m battle with former club Chelsea for Everton striker Romelu Lukaku.
German midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud has reportedly decided to join Borussia Dortmund, rejecting a move to Liverpool.
Barcelona have reportedly delayed contract negotiations with Lionel Messi.
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has held talks with Barcelona sporting director Robert Fernandez in London before the international break.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte wants to bring in Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, while the club’s technical director Michael Emenalo wishes to re-sign the Everton star Romelu Lukaku.
David de Gea will join Manchester United’s top earners this summer – two months after a payrise with Old Trafford chiefs wanting to sit the Spanish keeper down in the summer and keep him from the clutches of Real Madrid.
Bournemouth will go all-out to entice Jermain Defoe back to the south coast next term – to keep him on track for the World Cup.
Uruguayan defender Jose Gimenez could be on his way out of Atletico Madrid as Jose Mourinho is eyeing up a potential offer.
Monaco have told Real Madrid it will cost them a staggering £112million to sign teenage sensation Kylian Mbappe.
Eden Hazard has dropped a hint that he could be staying with Chelsea after declaring his children are happy in London.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman has said star striker Romelu Lukaku will still be an Everton player when the summer transfer window closes… if the decision is up to him, anyway.
Liverpool are ready to join the battle for the services of young Bundesliga midfielder Max Meyer, dubbed the ‘German Dele Alli”.
Manchester United are stepping up their efforts to sign Monaco’s £40m-rated midfielder and Chelsea target Tiemoue Bakayoko.
Arsenal full-back Hector Bellerin is a target for Serie A giants Juventus.
Wayne Rooney has been told he could be a flop in America if he joins Major League Soccer by Houston Dynamo president Chris Canetti.
Arsenal’s Sunday showdown with Manchester City is set to decide Arsene Wenger’s fate.
Danish left-back Riza Durmisi says he’s flattered by Liverpool’s interest in him – but he’s happy at Real Betis.
Real Madrid ace James Rodriguez has his heart set on a summer move to Bayern Munich despite Liverpool’s £52m plot.
Arsene Wenger has told Arsenal he wants to sign new two-year contract.
England striker Jermain Defoe can leave Sunderland on a free transfer if they are relegated from the Premier League due to a clause in his contract.
Rafa Benitez has no intention of quitting Newcastle United for West Ham.
Chelsea are set to send Ruben Loftus-Cheek on loan next season with Premier League clubs circling.
Mesut Ozil has refused to rule out a return to the Bundesliga as his contract talks with Arsenal are put on hold.
A feisty Scarborough amateur cup final was abandoned after the referee is attacked by supporter.
Claudio Ranieri has said his dismissal as the Leicester City manager came as a shock and that he was surprised to be relieved of his duties, nine months after leading the club to an unprecedented Premier League title.
Manchester United have started investigating alternative goalkeeping options like Inter’s Samir Handanovic and Milan’s Gianluigi Donnarumma, amid growing worries that David de Gea could leave for Real Madrid in the summer.
Manchester United are targeting five players but De Gea’s future is likely to shape their summer.
Liverpool have re-opened contract talks with defender Dejan Lovren.
Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner has emerged as a potential candidate for the West Ham job if the owners decide in the summer that Slaven Bilic is not the man to take the club forward in the long term.
Martin O’Neill will seek talks with Everton manager Ronald Koeman after stating that James McCarthy did nothing wrong in declaring himself fit to play for the Republic of Ireland against Wales last week.
Families of six former professionals have offered to donate the brains of their loved ones for future post-mortem examinations to help further understand the potential link between football and serious brain disease.
Video referees could help to drive new rule changes such as a “penalty goal” being awarded for a handball on the line, football’s lawmakers have revealed.