Arsenal are leading the race to sign Manchester City's England winger Raheem Sterling, 26, in a deal that could stop England striker Harry Kane, 27, joining City from Tottenham. (Sun)
Manchester City are reportedly ready to sanction the sales of four first-team regulars in order to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane this summer. (Daily Express)
Everton will wait until a new manager is in place before deciding the future of Moise Kean, with Paris St-Germain hoping to sign the 21-year-old Italy forward on another season-long loan. (Journalist Fabrizio Romano on Twitter)
Manchester United are facing competition for the signature of Sevilla defender Jules Kounde as Barcelona are now also keen on a move for the 22-year-old Frenchman. (Mundo Deportivo)
Arsenal are set to complete the signing of Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana, 25, from Ajax, potentially for just £1.7m. (NOS)
The Gunners are also considering a move to sign Belgium Under-21 midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga, 21, from Anderlecht. (Sun)
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is personally driving the push to take Inter Milan's Belgium international striker Romelu Lukaku, 28, back to the club. (Eurosport)
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel will be given up to £200m to spend this summer. (Metro)
Jose Mourinho wants to sign Granit Xhaka for Roma so badly that he is reportedly willing to offer Arsenal two players as part of the deal. (Daily Express)
Leicester City's deal for Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumare, 22, could be completed sooner than anticipated after France Under-21s were knocked out of the Euros. (Leicester Mercury)
Brighton are preparing a new bid for Argentine winger Alan Velasco after Independiente rejected a £6m offer for the 18-year-old, who has also attracted interest from Newcastle. (Football Insider)
Manchester United are eyeing a move for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Pedro Goncalves, 22. (Daily Star)
Leeds United will explore alternative targets after being left frustrated by Stade Brest's asking price for French left-back Romain Perraud, 23. (Football Insider)
Sunderland want to sign Wolves defender Dion Sanderson on a permanent deal after the 21-year-old Englishman impressed on loan last season. (Daily Mail)
Argentine forward Lionel Messi, 33, is close to agreeing a two-year deal to remain at Barcelona. (AS)
Barcelona's Bosnian midfielder Miralem Pjanic, 31, wants to return to Juventus. (Tuttosport)
New Roma coach Jose Mourinho will look to sign AC Milan's Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, 22, who is set to become a free agent.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy remains hopeful of being able to persuade Paris St-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino to return to the club. (Daily Mirror)
However, PSG are confident the Argentine will stay in the French capital and have triggered a 12-month extension in his contract. (Daily Telegraph)
Mauricio Pochettino has reportedly informed PSG he wishes to leave amid speculation linking him with a sensational return to Tottenham. (Daily Mail)
Carlo Ancelotti has left his role as Everton manager to take up the position of head coach at Real Madrid. (Sky Sports)
Everton will consider Rangers manager Steven Gerrard and his former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez as possible successors to Carlo Ancelotti. (Athletic)
West Ham remain confident David Moyes will sign a new three-year contract extension, despite reports linking their manager with a return to Everton. (Sky Sports)
Everton are also lining up former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo as their new manager. (Talksport)
However, Nuno is currently the favourite to take over at Crystal Palace after three days of talks with the Premier League club.
Harry Maguire revealed he has only just started light training in his race to be fit for the Euros.
Sergio Aguero shelled out a staggering £60,000 to buy every single member of Manchester City's backroom staff a watch. (Sun)
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus will be banned from the Champions League this week, according to reports in Italy. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea and Leicester have been fined £22,500 each for failing to control their players in the latter stages of their Premier League game at Stamford Bridge. (Sky Sports)
New Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Maheta Molango has begun his new role, taking over from Gordon Taylor who has held the position for 40 years.