Fulham are set to finalise a £6.3m move for 22-year-old Israeli winger Manor Solomon, who has been at the club on loan from Shakhtar Donetsk. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal are preparing a 20m euro (£16.6m) offer for Galatasaray's 23-year-old Turkey winger Kerem Akturkoglu. (Star Gazetesi)
Both Arsenal and Newcastle are linked with Lyon midfielder Lucas Paqueta, 24. The Brazil international was previously linked with Paris St-Germain and has a price tag of around £58m. (Chronicle)
Tottenham and Cardiff are joint favourites to sign Wales forward Gareth Bale, 32, when his Real Madrid contract expires in June. (Wales Online)
Ruben Loftus-Cheek is set to be offered the chance to resurrect his career in Italy, with former Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri wanting the midfielder to join Lazio. (Sun)
Newcastle want to make Brentford's Christian Eriksen their 'flagship' summer signing and will compete with Tottenham, Everton and West Ham for the 30-year-old Denmark midfielder, while the Bees are keen to extend his contract in west London. (Northern Echo)
Liverpool are ready to join the battle to sign Torino star Gleison Bremer, who is also wanted by Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United. (Sun)
Corinthians, Botafogo and Flamengo have approached Manchester City captain Fernandinho about a summer move after the 36-year-old's shock announcement that he intends to leave the Etihad. But the Brazil midfielder prefers a return to his former side Athletico Paranaense. (Globo Esporte)
Manchester City are considering a move for Real Sociedad's former Newcastle midfielder Mikel Merino to replace Fernandinho, with the 25-year-old Spaniard valued at about £45m. (FourFourTwo)
West Ham have entered the race to sign Bayer Leverkusen winger Moussa Diaby. The 22-year-old France international is also being tracked by Liverpool as a potential replacement for Salah, should he leave. (Calciomercato)
Manchester City face competition as they continue to monitor River Plate's Argentine midfielder Enzo Fernandez, 21. (Ole)
Fernandez has already held talks with Manchester United and Real Madrid and currently has a release clause of 20m euros (£16.6m). (Daily Express)
Alvaro Morata is said to have given a "sharp no" to Arsenal after the Premier League club doubled down on their attempt to sign the Atletico Madrid striker, who is on loan at Juventus. (Daily Mirror)
Aberdeen have been linked with a move for Ipswich Town's 31-year-old Czech keeper Vaclav Hladky, who previously played under Dons boss Jim Goodwin at St Mirren. (Record)
Harry Kane, Declan Rice, Yves Bissouma and Jurrien Timber lead Erik ten Hag's list of transfer targets as Manchester United prepare for a summer clear out, but their budget could be as little as £20m if they miss out on Champions League football. (Daily Mail)
Newcastle are poised to sign 17-year-old Irish defender Alex Murphy from Galway United. (RTE)
Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst wants to bring Sunderland and Scotland striker Ross Stewart, 25, to Ibrox. (Daily Record)
West Ham and Wolves will have to pay Sevilla 70m euros (£58.1m) to trigger the release clause of Argentina winger Lucas Ocampos, 27, with the Spanish side eager to extend his contract by one year and increase the release fee to 90m euros (£74.7m). (Super Deporte)
Ex-Manchester City and Spain midfielder David Silva is expected to sign a one-year contract extension with Real Sociedad, but the club want him to take a salary cut. The 36-year-old is out of contract this summer. (Mundo Deportivo)
The summer sale of Darwin Nunez, a target for multiple Premier League teams including Manchester United, could see Benfica pass the £1 billion mark in player sales in the last decade.
Ukraine are in talks to face France in a friendly to set themselves up for their World Cup playoff semi-final clash with Scotland. (Daily Record)
Morocco want Laurent Blanc to lead them at the World Cup in Qatar in November as rumours continue to swirl over the future of current boss Vahid Halilhodzic.
Liverpool have agreed to pay striker Mohamed Salah £400,000 a week to persuade the 29-year-old Egypt captain to stay at Anfield. (Football Insider)
Former Chelsea captain John Terry, 41, has joined American investor Stephen Pagliuca's bid to buy the Blues.