Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are interested in 28 year old Argentina forward Paulo Dybala, who is open to leaving Juventus when his contract with the Serie A side runs out in the summer. (90 Min)
Newcastle will rival Arsenal for the signature of Lille's 22-year-old Canada striker Jonathan David this summer. (Daily Mirror)
The Gunners have also made a fresh approach for Real Sociedad's Sweden forward Alexander Isak, 22. (Sport)
Newcastle are ready to make a move for 26 year old Belgium defender Jason Denayer, whose Lyon contract expires at the end of the season. (RMC Sport)
Everton will rival Newcastle this summer for the signature of Villarreal's 25 year old Netherlands forward Arnaut Danjuma. (Calciomercato)
Manchester United are interested in signing Germany centre-back Antonio Rudiger on a free transfer when his contract with Chelsea runs out in the summer and the 28 year old will delay a decision until the end of the season. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku has been linked with a return to former club Inter Milan but the 28 year old Belgium international wants to stay and fight for his place at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United have made initial enquiries about a possible move for Borussia Dortmund defender Manuel Akanji. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea have quickly ruled out an attempt to sign Bayern Munich's Germany winger Serge Gnabry, 26, and will instead "go all out" to sign Barcelona and France forward Ousmane Dembele, 24, in the summer. (Sport)
Watford striker Ashley Fletcher, 26, is close to joining Major League Soccer side New York Red Bulls on loan. (Sun)
The agent of Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez, who has been linked with Manchester United and Barcelona, says the 24 year old is "happy" at Inter Milan. (Football Italia)
Newcastle United failed in a move for Atalanta striker Duvan Zapata in January but remain interested in signing the 30 year old Colombian. (Football Transfers)
Barcelona are considering making a move for midfielder Saul Niguez in the summer when the 27 year old Spain international is expected to return to Atletico Madrid from his loan at Chelsea. (Sport)
Real Madrid have total faith in 30 year old Spain right-back Dani Carvajal and do not plan to sign a new player in his position during the summer. (Marca)
Tammy Abraham is eyeing a future return to Chelsea after leaving the club last summer to join Italian club Roma. (Daily Mirror)
Dortmund sporting director Hans-Joachim Watzke expects Haaland's future at the German club to be decided in the next six weeks. (RTL)
France striker Kylian Mbappe's contract at Paris St-Germain runs out in the summer and the 23 year old has turned down another contract offer from the French side.
Mark Hughes has been appointed manager of League Two side Bradford City. (Sky Sports)
Tottenham expect Antonio Conte to remain as manager despite his bombshell quit hint following defeat to Burnley. (Sun)
Wolves manager Bruno Lage apologised to Arsenal counterpart Mikel Arteta after tempers flared late on in their clash at the Emirates.
Gareth Southgate has less than two weeks to make a grab for Anthony Elanga, otherwise he will almost certainly lose the Manchester United youngster to Sweden. (Sun)
Ukraine boss Oleksandr Petrakov insists preparations for next month's World Cup play-off in Scotland will continue as planned.
Arsenal have put talks over 30-year-old France striker Alexandre Lacazette's future on hold until the end of the season. (London Evening Standard)
Premier League players, managers and fans have the green light to protest against the Russian invasion by displaying Ukraine flags at their games this weekend in a show of solidarity for the besieged nation. (Daily Mail)
Abramovich should not be allowed to own Chelsea, a Labour MP has told Parliament during discussions around the Government's response to the Ukraine crisis. (Daily Telegraph)
Gary Lineker has deleted a tweet labelling Britain's spending on a nuclear deterrent "madness" amid the crisis in Ukraine. (Daily Mirror)
Russia will be stripped of hosting the 2022 Champions League final at an emergency meeting on Friday but Wembley Stadium is not among the contenders to host club football's most prestigious match. (Times)
UEFA is under increasing pressure to cut ties with Russian state energy company Gazprom, after Vladimir Putin ordered an invasion of Ukraine.