Arsenal are being linked with a move for 17-year-old Brazilian Gabriel Martinelli. The winger, currently at Ituano, is believed to be finalising his European passport. (UOL Esporte)
Crystal Palace will have to lower their £75m asking price for 26-year-old Wilfried Zaha if the Ivory Coast forward is to get a move to a Champions League club. Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United are all interested but want a better deal. (Daily Star)
Tottenham hope to reopen contract talks with Christian Eriksen this summer in a bid to get the Danish star to stay at the club. (Daily Star)
Manchester United have identified Tottenham's England right-back Kieran Trippier, 28, as an alternative target should they fail to sign his compatriot Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 21, from Crystal Palace. (Daily Mirror)
Alternatively, United believe Paris St-Germain's 27-year-old Belgium right-back Thomas Meunier offers an easier and more affordable alternative to Trippier or Wan-Bissaka. (Independent)
Paul Pogba has told team-mates he wants to leave Manchester United, who would not block a move to Real Madrid if the Spanish giants made an offer for the France midfielder, 26, this summer. (L'Equipe)
Manchester City hope to beat Manchester United to the signing of Portuguese midfielder Bruno Fernandes, 24, from Sporting Lisbon for £90m. (Sun)
Manchester City are concerned Germany winger Leroy Sane, 23, is considering a move away from the club as contract talks stall. (Metro)
Liverpool will demand 40m euros for 23-year-old Serbia midfielder Marko Grujic amid interest from Spanish side Atletico Madrid. (ESPN)
Manchester City forward Riyad Mahrez is threatening to leave the club and the Algeria winger, 28, has openly complained about his lack of playing time under Pep Guardiola. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea will offer 18-year-old Callum Hudson-Odoi a new contract as the England winger's season-ending injury looks set to mean German side Bayern Munich are no longer interested. (Daily Telegraph)
The future of Barcelona midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 26, hinges on whether Fifa decides to delay Chelsea's transfer ban, with Manchester United also keen on the Brazil playmaker. (Daily Mirror)
Atletico Madrid's 29-year-old Slovenia goalkeeper Jan Oblak tops Manchester United's list of replacements for David de Gea as doubt over the 28-year-old Spain keeper's future at Old Trafford continues. (Metro)
AC Milan are interested in signing Everton's 21-year-old Brazil forward Richarlison, but the Serie A side must secure Champions League football and meet the Premier League club's 75m euro evaluation. (Calciomercato)
Benfica's 19-year-old Portuguese midfielder Joao Felix tops a transfer shortlist issued by Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 34, to his club. Two of the Portugal forward's former Real Madrid team-mates - Spain midfielder Isco, 27, and France defender Raphael Varane, 25 - also feature. (Corriere dello Sport)
Alternatively, Ronaldo has approved a £100m bid by the Serie A champions for his compatriot Felix, who has a buy-out clause of 120m euros. (A Bola)
Roma's Bosnia forward Edin Dzeko, 33, will turn down West Ham this summer with the intention of instead pushing through a move to Inter Milan. (Calciomercato)
Stoke City are demanding £30m for 26-year-old English goalkeeper Jack Butland, who is a target for Premier League clubs Bournemouth and Crystal Palace. (Daily Mail)
Norwich City will be limited to a £20m transfer budget as they prepare for the Premier League this summer. (Daily Mail)
Zinedine Zidane is reportedly ready to offload flop goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois. But there will be no new bid for Manchester United star David De Gea.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery faces a tough summer transfer window because of concerns about the club's wage bill. (Daily Mirror)
Tim Sherwood has turned down the chance to become QPR manager, leaving Mark Warburton and Nigel Pearson as front-runners to take over from Steve McClaren. (Times)
Newcastle are considering AC Milan manager Gennaro Gattuso as a replacement for Rafael Benitez if the Magpies boss decides to leave at the end of the season. (Gazzetta)
Brendan Rodgers is happy to work with a new head of recruitment at Leicester, with his former Celtic colleague Lee Congerton among the club's candidates. (Daily Star)
Ajax will offer manager Erik ten Hag a new lucrative long-term deal to deter Premier League clubs from making an approach for the 49-year-old Dutchman.
The FA are planning celebrations for England's 1,000th senior men's international, which will take place at home to Montenegro on November 14.
Tottenham want Anthony Joshua to fight at their new stadium when the heavyweight champ returns to the UK later this year. (Sun)
The FA are to scrap the tradition of awarding a case of champagne to the FA Cup winners out of respect for players' religious beliefs. (Daily Mail)
Mark Clattenburg has agreed to become the Chinese Super League's new refereeing supremo. (Daily Star)
Norman Smurthwaite is getting close to selling Port Vale to a local business and could then make a move to take over at Notts County. (Daily Mirror)
Shane Long scored fastest Premier League goal ever after just seven seconds for Southampton against Watford last night. (Sun)
Valencia have agreed a new deal to sell the Mestalla to housing developers and can get their plans for a new stadium back on track a decade after it was binned.