Arsenal are reportedly interested in a double swoop for Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez as Manchester City consider selling the wingers in the summer transfer window. (Daily Express)
Ajax are interested in Tottenham Hotspur and Netherlands winger Steven Bergwijn, 23. (De Telegraaf)
Borussia Mönchengladbach midfielder Jonas Hofmann could become the latest transfer target fought over between Chelsea and Tottenham. (Sun)
Manchester City are prepared to sell England forward Raheem Sterling, 26, this summer after six years at the club. (Daily Mail)
Barcelona are confident of completing the signings of Manchester City's Argentina forward Sergio Aguero, 32, and Liverpool's Netherlands midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, 30, on free transfers within the next week. Both players are out of contract this summer. (Sky Sports)
Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba, 28, is seen as a "dream signing" for Juventus. (Calciomercato)
Liverpool can raise £80m by selling eight players this transfer window including Switzerland winger Xherdan Shaqiri, 29, Belgium forward Divock Origi, 26, and Japan forward Takumi Minamino, 26. (Liverpool Echo)
Real Madrid's 28-year-old centre-back Raphael Varane, who has been linked with a move to Manchester United, insists he is fully focused on France and the European Championships, not any transfer talk. (Daily Mail)
West Ham United have told Paraguay centre-back Fabian Balbuena, 29, he is free to find a new club when his contract expires at the end of June. (Football Insider)
Aston Villa want to sign Burnley's England Under-21 winger Dwight McNeil, 21, and Norwich City's Argentine forward Emiliano Buendia, 24. (The Athletic)
Former Chelsea midfielder Oscar, 29, wants to return to Stamford Bridge - four years after the Brazil playmaker left for Chinese side Shanghai Port. (Goal)
Brighton are in talks to sign Ajax's former Netherlands youth keeper Kjell Scherpen, 21, for a fee of around £4m. (The Athletic)
Watford are in talks with Ashley Young's representatives over a return to Vicarage Road for the 35-year-old former England winger. (Sky Sports)
Borussia Dortmund's Erling Braut Haaland, 20, says he has respect for his contract in an apparent hint the Norway striker will not be moving this summer.
Tottenham want to start official talks with Paris Saint-Germain on Monday about bringing Mauricio Pochettino back to north London. (Sun)
Former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Nuno Espirito Santo is being considered for the vacant Lazio job after Simone Inzaghi left the Serie A side with Inter Milan expected to be his new club. (Calciomercato)
Burnley boss Sean Dyche, 49, is favourite for the vacant Crystal Palace managerial role after reported contact between the clubs. Dyche has one year left on his current contact at Turf Moor. (Sporting Life)
Crystal Palace's pursuit of Sean Dyche as their next manager is being held up by the huge expense of the proposed deal, which, in addition to the £3m in compensation due to Burnley, could end up costing them £7m-a-year in wages and salary. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is ready to commit his future to the Blues by signing a new contract. The 47-year-old German's current deal only has a year to run. (Daily Telegraph)
Eddie Howe's move to Celtic is off as Parkhead manager pursuit ends in failure after three months. (Daily Record)
Massimiliano Allegri has been re-appointed as Juventus manager following the sacking of Andrea Pirlo.
Saudi Arabia is drawing up plans for a potential bid for the 2030 World Cup that could result in the country becoming a rival to a joint British and Irish bid. (Times)
Peterborough midfielder Sam Szmodics has received his first call-up to the Republic of Ireland squad for their June friendlies against Andorra and Hungary.
Sheffield Wednesday players have been stunned by a request from the club to be furloughed following their relegation from the Championship. (Daily Telegraph)
Leeds United have missed out on a potential windfall after Tottenham released England full-back Danny Rose, 30, on a free. Leeds included a 10% sell-on clause when Rose left Elland Road for Spurs in 2007. (Leeds Live)
Preston's Peter Ridsdale and Stoke chief executive Tony Scholes have emerged as the main contenders to join the EFL Board in what could be an intriguing election for the Championship clubs next month. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United managing director Richard Arnold is in line to replace Ed Woodward as the man in charge at Old Trafford with the Glazer family eager for continuity at the club despite the embarrassment of the European Super League debacle. (Daily Mail)
UEFA's Club Competitions Committee has voted to scrap the away goals rule in a move which may drastically alter knock-out European fixtures. (Daily Mirror)
Inter Miami have been hit with sanctions, including a $2m (£1.41m) fine, after MLS investigation into last year's signing of midfielder Blaise Matuidi. (Sky Sports)
The International Football Association Board (IFAB) has confirmed competition organisers will have the option of using up to five substitutes until the end of 2022.