Arsenal are hoping to beat Manchester City to the signing of 31-year-old England left-back Ryan Bertrand, who will leave Southampton when his contract runs out at the end of the season. (Mail on Sunday)
Manchester City have been told they can sign Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 33, from Barcelona if they pay him £500,000 a week after tax. (Sun on Sunday)
Everton are prepared to sell English defender Mason Holgate, 24, to help raise funds in order to try to sign Senegal centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly, 29, from Napoli. (Football Insider)
Liverpool will not sign Turkey centre-back Ozan Kabak on a permanent deal this summer. The 21-year-old joined on loan from Schalke in February. (Sun on Sunday)
Newcastle are monitoring 22-year-old Leeds and Wales forward Tyler Roberts. (Football Insider)
West Ham are favourites to sign West Brom's 28-year-old English keeper Sam Johnstone, who has also been linked with Tottenham. (Football Insider)
Jose Mourinho wants to take Newcastle winger Allan Saint-Maximin to Italy as part of his Roma revolution, according to reports. (Sun on Sunday)
Real Madrid are interested in signing France midfielder Eduardo Camavinga from Rennes, with Arsenal also interested in the 18-year-old. (Marca)
Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are monitoring Sheffield United's Canada-born England Under-18 forward Daniel Jebbison, 17. (90 Min)
Liverpool are assessing potential back-up goalkeeper options despite offering Adrian a contract extension. (Mail on Sunday)
Bristol City, Cardiff City and Middlesbrough want to sign 30-year-old Republic of Ireland striker James Collins, who is out of contract at Luton Town. (Mail on Sunday)
Lyon and Netherlands forward Memphis Depay, 27, is on the brink of joining Barcelona. (L'Equipe)
Poland striker Robert Lewandowski, 32, is on the radar of Paris St-Germain should he decide to leave Bayern Munich. (L'Equipe)
Villarreal are in pole position to sign Barcelona and Brazil full-back Emerson. The 22-year-old is on loan at Real Betis.
Ryan Mason says more should be done to curb rough aerial challenges as Raul Jimenez prepares to see a specialist for his head injury. (Sky Sports)
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has told his squad that he will leave at the end of this season. (Goal)
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti and former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri are among those being considered to replace Zidane if he leaves the club. (Sunday Mirror)
Under-pressure Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman has met with club president Joan Laporta and says the pair will talk again at the end of the season. (Goal)
Eintracht Frankfurt are keen to appoint former Real Madrid striker Raul as their manager for next season.
Gareth Southgate has urged his England players to enable fans to dream of the glory of winning Euro 2020 this summer by making a strong start in June. (Sky Sports)
The new England Under-21 manager is likely to be decided next week as final interviews are conducted by FA technical director John McDermott and Steve Morrow, the FA's new head of player selection and talent strategy. (Mail on Sunday)
North Korea have pulled out of next month's qualifying tournament for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) confirmed on Sunday. (Sky Sports)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been ruled out of Euro 2020 due to a knee injury, the Swedish Football Association has announced.
A stunning Youri Tielemans strike won Leicester the FA Cup with a 1-0 victory over Chelsea, as Ben Chilwell's last-gasp goal was ruled out by VAR. (Sky Sports)
Daniel Ek claims Arsenal's owners have turned down his offer of £1.8b to buy the Premier League club. (Sky Sports)
Manchester United want France midfielder Paul Pogba, 28, to sign a new contract but are wary of the wages his agent, Mino Raiola, is trying to get for his client. (Sunday Mirror)
Leicester City midfielder Daniel Amartey could find himself in hot water after he was filmed throwing Chelsea's FA Cup final pennant on the ground as he celebrated his side's historic win at Wembley. (Mail on Sunday)
High-energy Barnsley can go all the way in the play-offs and win promotion to the Premier League, insists Cauley Woodrow. (Mail on Sunday)
The Premier League's Big Six are likely to suffer a further blow as negotiations restart on the new format of the Champions League from 2024, with a fresh impetus to ensure no club qualify purely on the basis of their historical record.
(Mail on Sunday)