Arsenal are considering a swap deal with Atletico Madrid that would see 28-year-old French striker Alexandre Lacazette moving to Spain, and compatriot Thomas Lemar, 24, coming the other way. (AS)
Manchester City and Germany forward Leroy Sane, 24, has the number 10 shirt reserved for him at Bayern Munich next season. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal are lining up Borussia Dortmund centre-back Manuel Akanji for £25m after opening talks in January. (Sun)
Chelsea are struggling to offload Victor Moses as Inter Milan refuse to pay the £10.75m asking price for the 29-year-old Nigerian winger. (Sun)
Jorginho's agent insists the Italian midfielder is happy at Chelsea and claims Juventus have not made an approach for the 28-year-old. (Metro)
Trabzonspor's Turkish goalkeeper and Leicester City target Ugurcan Cakir, 24, has been the subject of a 20m euros bid from Spanish side Sevilla. (Leicestershire Live)
Liverpool are ready to sell three players this summer in order to fund a £52m move for 24-year-old RB Leipzig and Germany forward Timo Werner. (Athletic)
Manchester United would like to keep 30-year-old striker Odion Ighalo, on loan from Shanghai Shenhua, but they are "relaxed" over the Nigerian's future after Marcus Rashford's return to fitness. (Sky Sports)
Neymar, 28, will not leave Paris St-Germain to rejoin Barcelona this summer because of the impact of coronavirus on football finances, says the Brazil forward's agent.
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has signed a two-year contract extension through to the 2022 World Cup.
EFL Championship action is set to resume on June 20 after a timetable was agreed to complete the 2019/20 campaign by the end of July. (Daily Express)
The EFL's leaders are confident that support for the Championship to restart, even from relegation-threatened clubs such as Middlesbrough, will mean the season resumes next month. (Times)
Early rounds of the Carabao Cup are under threat if next season does not get under way before the beginning of September. (Daily Telegraph)
League One's season is set to be decided by a crucial vote next week, following talks at the English Football League's board meeting on Wednesday. (Daily Telegraph)
The Premier League are thought to have given Newcastle's £300m Saudi-led takeover the green light and an official announcement could be made in the coming days. (Daily Express)
Liverpool have reached a financial settlement with new sponsors Nike that will allow them to finish the season and win the Premier League wearing their New Balance kit. (Daily Mail)
Premier League clubs with small dressing rooms may have to arrange new changing facilities on opposite sides of their stadiums to enable players to maintain distancing when football restarts. (Daily Mail)
A number of Premier League players were made to wait for the green light to take part in training this week after returning inconclusive coronavirus tests. (Daily Mail)
Hundreds of the 1,400 EFL players who are out of contract this summer may never get a professional deal again. (Daily Mail)
Bournemouth's Jordon Ibe is facing a possible club fine after being pictured appearing to breach lockdown regulations. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea have taken up an option to extend Olivier Giroud's contract, keeping the France striker at Stamford Bridge until the end of the 2020-21 season. (Sky Sports)
Tottenham are investigating after Serge Aurier appeared to break social distancing rules for a third time by getting a haircut in lockdown.