Arsenal are backing manager Mikel Arteta following the club's Europa League exit and will provide him with funds for a summer spending spree. (Sun)
Tottenham Hotspur will not consider any offers for England striker Harry Kane, 27, this summer. (London Evening Standard)
Tottenham and West Ham are among a number of European clubs monitoring Besiktas' Canada forward Cyle Larin, 26. (90Min)
Champions League finalists Chelsea and Manchester City are both interested in signing Poland striker Robert Lewandowski, 32, from Bayern Munich. (ESPN)
Real Madrid have run out of patience with Eden Hazard and will listen to offers for the 30-year-old Belgium forward this summer. (Marca)
Incoming Roma boss Jose Mourinho is considering returning to former club Manchester United with a bid for Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek, 24. (Calciomercato)
Aston Villa are preparing a £15m bid for Burnley's 21-year-old England Under-21 winger Dwight McNeil. (Football Insider)
Thomas Tuchel has reportedly added Mo Salah to Chelsea's three-man transfer shortlist, joining Romelu Lukaku and Erling Haaland. (Sun)
Leicester City are confident of beating Liverpool and West Ham to the signing of 23-year-old French striker Odsonne Edouard from Celtic. (Teamtalk)
Everton are interested in signing 18-year-old defender James Carragher, son of Liverpool legend Jamie, from Wigan Athletic. (Daily Telegraph)
Manchester City, Manchester United and Barcelona have 'requested' to buy Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly. (Sun)
Georginio Wijnaldum's agent says the Netherlands midfielder, 30, would be interested in talking to Bayern Munich about a free transfer move when his Liverpool contract expires this summer. (Sport1)
Arsenal are considering a move for Ajax's Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana, although they will wait for the verdict in the 25-year-old's appeal against a doping ban before making a formal offer. (Goal)
Manchester United could use David De Gea in a swap deal to sign Jan Oblak from Atletico Madrid this summer with talks already planned. (Daily Express)
Inter Miami will rival Watford for the free transfer signing of Ashley Young when the 35-year-old former England winger's contract at Inter Milan expires at the end of the season. (Sun)
Tottenham's reported pursuit of Southampton forward Danny Ings appears to be nearing a fruitless conclusion, with Saints chief executive Martin Semmens revealing that he fully expects the 28-year-old to stay at St Mary's Stadium into next season and beyond. (Daily Express)
Burnley are weighing up a move for Stoke City's 22-year-old Australia defender Harry Souttar. (Lancs Live)
Istanbul Basaksehir are interested in signing 32-year-old Wales full-back Neil Taylor on a free transfer when his Aston Villa contract expires this summer. (Sky Sports)
Wolves, Leicester City, Leeds United and Aston Villa are tracking 16-year-old Fleetwood Town defender Josh Feeney, who has been called up by both England and Scotland at Under-16 level. (Daily Mail)
Brazil forward Neymar, 29, will sign a new four-year contract extension at Paris St-Germain on Saturday, committing him to the club until 2026.
West Ham have delayed contract talks with manager David Moyes as the club deals with the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic. (Daily Mail)
Jurgen Klopp is counting on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to be part of Liverpool's future after admitting the midfielder has been a victim of circumstance this season. (Daily Mail)
Carlo Ancelotti says Everton are a work in progress and he will use the summer transfer market to make them more exciting. (Daily Mirror)
Brighton boss Graham Potter has played down speculation linking him with the Tottenham job and insisted he is happy at the AMEX. (Sky Sports)
Celtic have assured fans they are planning to return to the top of Scottish football in the "shortest possible timeframe", and are working hard to appoint a new manager.
Gareth Southgate has real concerns about how to keep an enlarged squad of 26 players happy during the upcoming European Championships.
Spotify co-founder Daniel Ek remains committed to his proposed Arsenal takeover despite the club facing a first season without European football in 25 years. (Sky Sports)
Tottenham rolled over a taxpayer-backed loan worth £175m weeks before joining the botched European Super League. (Daily Mail)
Boris Johnson has urged Uefa to switch the Champions League final to the UK - for the sake of the fans. (Sun)
The six English Super League rebels will be fined substantially by the Premier League over their attempts to break away to join last month's failed closed-shop European competition, despite relatively lenient financial measures imposed by Uefa. (Daily Telegraph)
Newcastle took a giant stride towards Premier League survival after securing a resounding 4-2 victory at Leicester. (Sky Sports)
Todd Kane has been handed a seven-match ban and a £6,000 fine by the FA after admitting to using abusive and/or insulting language in an incident involving Sergi Canos.