Former Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh is still searching for a club after failing to land a deal at Bolton. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester City have agreed a deal in principle to sign Shakhtar Donetsk's 24-year-old Brazil midfielder Fred for £44.5m this summer. (Goal)
Manchester City and Manchester United are both interested in signing Leicester and England defender Harry Maguire, 24. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera, 28, is a target for AC Milan, who would be prepared to spend £32m to sign the Spaniard. (Daily Express)
Belgian 27-year-old forward Eden Hazard said "in football you never know" before stressing he was "happy" at Chelsea when asked about links to Real Madrid. (Marca)
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata, 25, has not ruled out a move back to former club Real Madrid. When asked about a return to the Spanish club, he said he was "happy" with the Blues but "Madrid is always Madrid". (Daily Mail)
Real Madrid believe it will be easier to sign Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois, 25, in the summer rather than his Manchester United counterpart David de Gea, 27. (Independent)
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has described as "lies" reports that the club are planning to sell 25-year-old Spain midfielder Isco. (El Pais)
Borussia Monchengladbach sporting director Max Eberl has confirmed the German club would like to sign West Ham's 19-year-old English defender Reece Oxford on a permanent deal. (Evening Standard)
Stoke City boss Paul Lambert wants the club to offer 26-year-old attacking midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri, who has 16 months left on his current deal, a new contract. (Daily Express)
Swansea's owners say their record in the transfer market is "mixed" and that this summer's window was "poor". (Guardian)
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford, 20 had assets worth more than £2m in April 2017 compared to a £100 a year earlier.
Arsenal and Chelsea both want to appoint ex-Barcelona boss Luis Enrique as their next manager. (Mundo Deportivo)
Chelsea could turn for former Hull and Watford manager Marco Silva in a caretaker capacity if they part company with boss Antonio Conte before the season is over. (Times)
Former England manager Roy Hodgson, who is now boss at Crystal Palace, has backed Wayne Rooney to do "a very good job" as a manager "because he is a top-class football guy".
The Scottish Football Association's double hunt for an international team manager and new chief executive suffered another setback on Friday when Walter Smith - who took charge of the Scotland side between 2004 and 2007 - ruled himself out of a second tenure after talks with the governing body.
The fact that the Premier League did not reveal the television rights bidding result on Friday suggests the process has gone into a second round of bidding. (Daily Telegraph)
The Football League's highlights show will be moving from Channel Five to Quest from next season. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette, 26, could find his career at the club is over following the arrival of fellow forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 28, according to ex-Gunners midfielder Emmanuel Petit. (Sun)
Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen, 30, rejected a move to Arsenal when he left Ajax in 2012 and the 30-year-old believes he made the right choice in joining Spurs instead.
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