Arsenal will face competition from Bayern Munich in their pursuit of Lille and Ivory Coast winger Nicolas Pepe, 23. (Bein Sports)
Tottenham could be looking to pinch Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes from under the nose of Everton, where he is currently on loan. (Sun)
Manchester United can chase Borussia Dortmund and England winger Jadon Sancho this summer because his former club Manchester City did not insert any clause in the 18-year-old's contract after selling him stating he could not join their rivals. (London Evening Standard)
Dortmund will put a £100m price-tag on Sancho and will move for Chelsea's English winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, 18, if they need to replace him. (Daily Mirror)
Dortmund hope to use Sancho's success at the Westfalenstadion to challenge Bayern Munich for the signing of Hudson-Odoi from Chelsea. (Daily Telegraph)
Manchester City are front runners to sign Atletico Madrid's Spanish midfielder Saul Niguez, 24, this summer. (ESPN)
Barcelona are ready to listen to offers for Philippe Coutinho, 26, with a move to Ligue 1 champions Paris St-Germain most likely. (Goal)
Barcelona have cooled their interest in Atletico Madrid and France forward Antoine Griezmann amid speculation Manchester United will push to sign the 27-year-old. (Daily Mirror)
Lazio are close to a pre-contract agreement with 26-year-old Spanish full-back Alberto Moreno who will leave Liverpool this summer after five seasons at Anfield. (Independent)
Barcelona are preparing a £43m bid for Serbia striker Luka Jovic and hope to start negotiations with Eintracht Frankfurt for the 21-year-old in the next few weeks. (Guardian)
Manchester United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants 30-year-old Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez, Argentine defender Marcos Rojo, 29, and Ecuadorian full-back Antonio Valencia, 33, to leave the club this summer. (Daily Star)
Chelsea's on-loan Croat midfielder Mateo Kovacic, 24, is prepared to join another Premier League club rather than return to Real Madrid. (Marca)
Chelsea could take Bournemouth's Dutch defender Nathan Ake back to Stamford Bridge amid speculation of interest in the 24-year-old from Napoli and Tottenham. (De Telegraaf)
Bayern Munich have agreed a deal for Atletico Madrid's French defender Lucas Hernandez, 23. (Foot Mercato)
Chelsea's French striker Olivier Giroud, 32, is open to a return to France to get more playing time.
Darren Ferguson has signed a three-year contract at Peterborough to keep him as manager until the summer of 2022. (Sky Sports)
Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he wants to be back in club management by the summer and that he has turned down 'three or four' offers already. (Goal)
Chelsea's £9m battle with former boss Antonio Conte over a severance package will get underway on Thursday at a Premier League managers' arbitration tribunal.
Matej Vydra has revealed his Czech Republic side are targeting Harry Maguire as England's weak link - and are also under orders to kick their English opponents. (Daily Mirror)
England's latest call-up Callum Hudson-Odoi makes regular visits to his former sixth form and coaches U13s at his old school. (Sun)
Aidy Boothroyd says Callum Hudson-Odoi remains in England U21s' plans for Euro 2019 despite his senior call-up. (Sky Sports)
Ryan Giggs said there was "lots to be pleased about" after Wales needed a late goal to beat Trinidad and Tobago in their international friendly.
Manchester City are ready to hand their Belgian defender and captain Vincent Kompany, 32, a new contract. (London Evening Standard)
Paris St-Germain's Brazilian right-back Dani Alves, 35, has appeared to deny reports he has agreed a new deal with the Ligue 1 champions. (Goal)
Chelsea will take no chances over possibly losing David Luiz and Willian this summer by offering them lucrative new contracts. (Daily Mirror)
The Football Association is planning to make the use of VAR compulsory at all grounds from the quarter-final stage of the FA Cup next season. (Times)
Chelsea fans are voting with their feet against Maurizio Sarri's dour reign with hundreds of season-ticket holders selling their seats for their upcoming Premier League matches. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United have hit back against Barcelona by charging the Spanish club's fans £102 for tickets in order to subsidise entry for their own supporters in the Nou Camp. (Daily Mail)
Reading's hopes of avoiding relegation from the Sky Bet Championship have been hit by a season-ending hamstring injury suffered by Nelson Oliveira. (Daily Star)
Macclesfield have avoided a winding-up order at the High Court in London. (Sky Sports)
Bolton will not face a points deduction this season but the threat of administration remains after their winding-up petition was adjourned.