Fulham's Ryan Babel is in talks over a return to Turkey with Galatasaray. (Sky Sports)
Arsenal and Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil, 30, insists he is happy at the club and wants to stay at the Emirates next season. (Sky Sports)
Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27, has verbally agreed to join Real Madrid. (AS)
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is likely to demand 150m euros (£128m) for Denmark international Eriksen. (Daily Mirror)
Real could wait until 2020 to sign Eriksen on a free transfer. (Sun)
Manchester United have stepped up their pursuit of two Portuguese players - 19-year-old Benfica forward Joao Felix and Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes, 24. (London Evening Standard)
Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva has urged his club to sign Benfica's Portugal forward Joao Felix, 19, who is a target for Manchester United. (Metro)
Chelsea's Belgium Under-21 midfielder Charly Musonda, 22, is hopeful of a return on loan to Dutch side Vitesse next season. (Inside Futbol)
Manchester United are ready to give 21-year-old England U21 defender Axel Tuanzebe, who is on loan at Aston Villa, a chance to prove he can break into the first team at Old Trafford. (Daily Mail)
Brazilian defender Filipe Luis, 33, may still decide to stay at Atletico Madrid and turn down a move to Paris St-Germain.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has picked out Toby Alderweireld, Harry Maguire, Djene Dakonam and Kurt Zouma as potential centre-back signings. (Sun)
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is likely to find his team outmuscled by rival English teams in the transfer market this summer. (Daily Telegraph)
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants Manchester United to appoint Mike Phelan as their first technical director. (Times)
Former West Brom assistant Graeme Jones is to be named Luton manager on Monday. (Sky Sports)
Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has held lengthy talks with the Old Trafford club about their restructuring and has impressed executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward as he considers contenders for the technical director role.
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Dean Henderson is set for an England call-up after Sheffield United's Premier League return.
Valencia's 28-year-old former Arsenal defender Gabriel Paulista, who is set to face his old club in the Europa League semi-finals, insists he has "nothing to prove" to the Gunners. (Independent)
Aaron Ramsey says he is saddened to have played his last game for Arsenal after injury ended his season prematurely. (Sky Sports)
Manchester City's France left-back Benjamin Mendy, 24, will be given the chance to prove himself next season after featuring only 10 times in the Premier League this term - if he can stay injury free. (Manchester Evening News)
Bolton Wanderers' first-team squad will be available to play against Nottingham Forest on Sunday, the EFL have confirmed. (Sky Sports)
Crystal Palace chairman and co-owner Steve Parish has assured fans he "won't rest" until a new Main Stand, which will increase the capacity of Selhurst Park from 26,000 to more than 34,000, is built. (London Evening Standard)
A statue celebrating Everton's 'Holy Trinity' - the celebrated midfield trio of Alan Ball, Howard Kendall and Colin Harvey - will be officially unveiled before the club's final home game of the 2018-19 season on Friday. (Liverpool Echo)
Barcelona and Argentina striker Lionel Messi, 31, has urged fans not to whistle his Brazilian team-mate Philippe Coutinho, 26, calling it "ugly". (Marca)
Britain's richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe has reiterated that he is still in talks over buying Chelsea after having a bid of about £2bn rejected last year. (Times)
Fans travelling to the FA Cup final could find their travel plans disrupted with London Underground staff due to strike over the weekend of the match. (Sky Sports)
Reading intend to pay their players in full in the next 24 hours, SSN understands, after blaming a payment error on the Hong Kong bank holiday. (Sky Sports)
Liverpool are working with police to identify fans involved in an incident in Barcelona, after videos emerged showing people being pushed into a fountain.