Arsenal are considering a move for French striker Moussa Dembele. The 24-year-old is on loan at Atletico Madrid from Lyon. (Daily Telegraph)
AC Milan are interested in Tottenham and Ivory Coast's 28-year-old defender Serge Aurier. (Calciomercato)
Real Madrid have also enquired about Aurier, whose contract at Spurs expires in 2022. (Foot Mercato)
Manchester United remain in hot pursuit of Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane, 27. (Football Insider)
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are both reportedly interested in signing defender Joachim Andersen this summer. (Daily Express)
Roma have joined the race to sign Brighton's English defender Ben White, 23, on the instruction of incoming boss Jose Mourinho. (Sun)
Barcelona are interested in swapping Bosnia midfielder Miralem Pjanic, 31, for Chelsea and Italy midfielder Jorginho, 29. (Daily Star)
Barcelona have reached an agreement with Manchester City to sign Spain defender Eric Garcia, 20, on a free transfer. (Goal)
Inter Milan and Lazio are targeting Chelsea and France striker Olivier Giroud, 34. (Calciomercato)
Southampton boss Ralph Hassenhuttl is "positive" the club can keep 28-year-old England striker Danny Ings, who has a year left on his contract with the south coast club. (Daily Mail)
Sheffield United and Norway midfielder Sander Berge, 23, has a release clause of £35m and not the £12m that some reports have mentioned. (YorkshireLive)
Manchester United are on the verge of signing Aston Villa's English goalkeeper Tom Heaton, 35, to replace Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero. (Sun)
Leeds United have told Premier League rivals Liverpool to forget about signing English striker Patrick Bamford, 27. (Daily Star)
Ryan Bertrand is reportedly in talks with Arsenal, AC Milan and Monaco about a free transfer this summer after contract negotiations with Southampton broke down. (Daily Mail)
Southampton and Leeds United are interested in signing England international Ainsley Maitland-Niles, who has spent the season on loan at West Brom from Arsenal. The 23-year-old can play in central midfield or at right-back. (Daily Mail)
Everton will allow England winger Theo Walcott to leave this summer. The 32-year-old, who has spent the season on loan at Southampton, is out of contract next month. (Football Insider)
Manchester United are ready to make a £15m bid for FC Nordsjaelland and Ghana winger Kamaldeen Sulemana, 19. However, there are concerns he wouldn't be granted a work permit to play in the UK.
Fulham want manager Scott Parker and Serbia striker Aleksandar Mitrovic to stay at the club despite their relegation from the Premier League. (Sun)
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has played down speculation linking the club with a move for former Gunners keeper Wojciech Szczesny. The 31-year-old Poland international is currently at Juventus. (Metro)
Bradford want Derek Adams to quit Morecambe and become their new boss after the play-offs. (Sun)
Chelsea are to offer manager Thomas Tuchel a new three-year deal at the end of the season. (Daily Mail)
Jose Mourinho hopes to reunite with Manchester United and Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero, 34, when he takes over as Roma boss. (Daily Express)
Steven Gerrard has been named the Scottish Football Writers' Association's top manager following his title success with Rangers.
Manchester City's French defender Aymeric Laporte, 26, could switch international allegiance and play for Spain at this summer's Euros. Laporte has represented France at youth level, but has yet to break through to the senior side. (Marca)
Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk has confirmed he will not play for the Netherlands at this summer's Euros due to injury.
Man City have been crowned 2020-21 Premier League champions after Man Utd's defeat to Leicester on Tuesday. (Sky Sports)
Derby's misery has deepened after the Rams were ordered to pay sacked former skipper Richard Keogh £2.3m. (Sun)
Erik Alonso, the prospective Derby County owner, has deleted his Twitter account after being accused of re-using footage of a large property included in a TikTok video to claim it was his own house. (Daily Telegraph)
The Premier League are expected to sign off a three-year extension of their domestic television contract worth around £4.5bn at the clubs' shareholders meeting on Wednesday.