Arsenal and Manchester United are both in the race to sign Bayern Munich's 25-year-old French midfielder Corentin Tolisso. (Foot Mercato)
Corentin Tolisso, who could leave Bayern Munich in the summer, previously claimed Arsenal to be one of the "dream" clubs he would love to join. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal target Houssem Aouar has been tipped to achieve big things in the game by Karim Benzema and Pep Guardiola. (Sun)
Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan are interested in signing Arsenal stalwart Hector Bellerin. (Daily Mirror)
Tottenham could join the race for Philippe Coutinho with the Brazilian being offered to Premier League clubs. (Daily Mirror)
Hugo Lloris could be replaced by another French goalkeeper with Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho reportedly showing interest in Lille's Mike Maignan. (Daily Express)
Barcelona and Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 32, has denied reports linking him with a move to Inter Milan in a post on social media. (Instagram)
Willian is set to join either Tottenham or Paris Saint-Germain after Barcelona ended their interest in the Chelsea forward. (Sun)
Manchester United are keeping an eye on James Rodriguez's position at Real Madrid in case he becomes available in a possible Paul Pogba deal. (Sun)
Everton believe that the prospect of working under manager Carlo Ancelotti can persuade Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish, 24, to sign for them this summer. (Football Insider)
Roma have offered Chelsea midfielder Pedro, 32, the chance to join the Serie A club, with the Spaniard out of contract at Stamford Bridge this summer. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester City and Portugal full-back Joao Cancelo, 25, is wanted by Barcelona in a deal seeing his defensive compatriot Nelson Semedo, 26, going the other way. (Daily Telegraph)
Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz, 21, wants to stay in Germany and join Bayern Munich once the transfer window opens.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says he is planning "two or three different scenarios" when it comes to this summer's transfer window. (Sky Sports)
Former Arsenal defender Steve Morrow is on the shortlist to become Tottenham's next academy chief.
Former Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy has wished Stephen Kenny well in the role and says he is not surprised their handover was brought forward.
The Premier League's plans for a potential June return include rolling out coronavirus testing machines. (Daily Mirror)
Premier League footballers are winning their battle against proposed pay cuts, despite Southampton players agreeing a marginal wage deferral. (Daily Mail)
West Ham have written to their players about the possibility of introducing wage deferrals in a letter which outlines the dire financial forecast created by the coronavirus pandemic. (Times)
Football chiefs are planning to complete the season - with an incredible 433 games in just 56 days. (Sun)
Former Arsenal centre-back Johan Djourou has taken Swiss club FC Sion to court - after they sacked him for not taking a pay cut. (Sun)
Former Nigeria goalkeeper Dosu Joseph says compatriot and striker Odion Ighalo, 30, has done enough to secure a permanent move to Manchester United from Shanghai Shenhua - from where he is on loan. (Goal)
Punters in the UK have fallen foul of a match-fixing scam in which they placed bets on friendly matches between Ukrainian teams that the country's FA insist did not take place. (Times)
A leading sports lawyer says out-of-contract players in England can ignore FIFA proposals and leave their clubs at the end of June, even if the season has not resumed.