Fulham want to sign Burnley and England goalkeeper Nick Pope, 29. (Sun on Sunday)
Arsenal are preparing an offer for Manchester United's 24-year-old England forward Marcus Rashford. (Sunday Mirror)
Arsenal are leading Manchester United in the race for Youri Tielemans as the Leicester star admitted he wants to play Champions League football. (Sun on Sunday)
Southampton and Crystal Palace are interested in signing English midfielder Harry Winks, 26, from Tottenham. (Daily Star on Sunday)
The Premier League has blocked an attempt by Burnley to sign Nigeria winger Victor Moses, 31, from Russian club Spartak Moscow. (Sky Sports)
Everton will sell England-international striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin this summer, with Arsenal and West Ham ready to move for the 25-year-old. (Sun on Sunday)
Juventus are intent on signing Chelsea and Germany defender Antonio Rudiger, 29, this summer. (Sun on Sunday)
Leicester City's Belgium midfielder Youri Tielemans, 24, says he wants to play Champions League football. (Sunday Mirror)
Manchester United and Arsenal have both been linked with Tielemans, who could be allowed to leave Leicester for £35m at the end of the season. (Metro)
Borussia Dortmund's Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland will move to Manchester City or Real Madrid this summer, but the 21-year-old has rejected City's first big offer. (AS)
West Ham are keen on loan moves for Ukraine-based forwards David Neres and Lassina Traore. Neres, 25, and Traore, 21, play for Shakhtar Donetsk and could move during a special loan window set up for players in the country but Shakhtar feel offers from other clubs may be more appealing. (Sun on Sunday)
Napoli would want 100m euros (£83m) for 23-year-old Nigeria forward Victor Osimhen, who has received interest from several clubs including Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, Newcastle and Tottenham. (Fichajes)
Paris St-Germain are monitoring developments regarding Leeds United's Brazil winger Raphinha, 25. (Mail on Sunday)
Barcelona could offer 22-year-old Spanish central defender Oscar Mingueza as part of any deal to sign Raphinha from Leeds. (Sport)
PSG have made Manchester United's France midfielder Paul Pogba, 29, their top transfer target. (Sunday Express)
Ligue 1 side PSG could also move to sign Chelsea's Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, 28, in the summer. (Football Insider)
The future of Spain winger Adama Traore, 26, at loan club Barcelona depends on whether Wolves decide to make 22-year-old Barcelona loanee Francisco Trincao's move permanent. (Mundo Deportivo)
Argentina forward Paulo Dybala could move from Juventus to Serie A rivals Inter Milan, with Inter lining up the 28-year-old as a replacement for fellow Argentine Lautaro Martinez, 24.
(Mail on Sunday)
Ajax manager Erik ten Hag is surprised Manchester United have not offered him a contract to become manager after telling the club money will not be an issue in luring him to Old Trafford.
England began their World Cup preparations with a 2-1 comeback win over Switzerland at Wembley Stadium which extended their unbeaten run to a record 21 games. (Sky Sports)
Sub Alan Browne ensured the Republic of Ireland's big day did not end in defeat as his late equaliser secured a creditable draw against world number one side Belgium. (Sky Sports)
Christian Eriksen scored within two minutes of his return to the Denmark national team, rifling home after coming on as a substitute against the Netherlands.
Wolves have opened talks with Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves over a new contract in an attempt to discourage interest in the 25-year-old. (90min)
Ex-Arsenal goalkeeper Graham Stack has come out of retirement to play for seventh-tier side Chesham United. (Sun on Sunday)
Tottenham are in talks with MLS club Orlando City about formalising a player exchange arrangement at youth team level. (Mail on Sunday)
Crystal Palace could have new majority ownership for the first time since Steve Parish's group bought the club in 2010 as a by-product of the Chelsea takeover battle. (Mail on Sunday)
Former Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny has confirmed his retirement from football after leaving Bordeaux in January - using his statement to strongly deny "shocking" allegations of racist behaviour from the club's ultras.
(Mail on Sunday)