Arsenal target Jonathan David has talked up a move to the Premier League in the near future. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal are monitoring young Real Madrid attacker Cesar Gelabert with a view to a potential summer transfer swoop, according to reports from Spain. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United have been told there is no chance of them signing Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane because of the length of the 26-year-old’s contract, which runs until 2024. (Manchester Evening News)
Real Madrid are set to ignore any summer bids from Manchester City for French international centre-back Raphael Varane, 26. (Daily Star)
Italian giants Juventus are prepared to offer Brazilian winger Douglas Costa, 29, to Manchester City as a makeweight in a deal to sign his compatriot Gabriel Jesus, 23. (Calcio Mercato)
Chelsea are in negotiations with Brazilian Philippe Coutinho, 27, who is currently on loan at Bayern Munich from Barcelona, over a summer transfer. (Sun)
Defender Matthijs de Ligt has emerged as a transfer target for Manchester United with the 20-year-old Dutch centre-back reportedly struggling to settle at Juventus. (Daily Express)
Newcastle United have not yet given up their pursuit of 21-year-old highly-rated Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumare, despite Real Madrid also being interested in the Frenchman. (Sport)
But Liverpool are also keen to sign Soumare and have opened talks on a deal. (Teamtalk)
Barcelona are set to let midfielder Ivan Rakitic leave the club for a fee of £17m this summer with Atletico Madrid leading the race for his signature.
Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has launched an ambitious plan to convince Real Madrid midfield pair Gareth Bale, 30, and James Rodriguez, 28, to move to Goodison Park. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United youngster Angel Gomes has hinted he will snub interest from Chelsea to sign a new deal at Old Trafford. (Daily Mirror)
Head coach of Bayern Munich Hansi Flick has agreed a new contract to keep him at the club for the next three years.
Danny Rose was unveiled as the mystery donor who gave £19,000 to a hospital that treated him while at Tottenham. (Sun)
UEFA supremo Aleksander Ceferin has warned the SPFL that they are jeopardising their teams' spots in next year's European competitions if they cancel the Premiership early and declare the title in Celtic's favour. (Scottish Sun)
Building on Brentford's new stadium has all but stopped in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.