Arsenal target Jonathan David is determined to leave Lille this summer, handing the Gunners the perfect incentive to strike a deal for the Canada international forward, 22, at the end of the season. (Daily Express)
Manchester United are not prepared to pay £100m to sign 23-year-old Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen from Napoli. (Daily Star)
Manchester United have also shown interest in Sporting Lisbon's 26-year-old Portuguese midfielder Joao Palhinha, having sent scouts to watch him eight times already this season. (Sun)
Newcastle are monitoring Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga with a view to making a move for the 27-year-old Spaniard. (Daily Mail)
England winger Bukayo Saka is "really happy" at Arsenal despite reports suggesting that the 20-year-old has put his contract talks on hold. (Fabrizio Romano)
Crystal Palace have made an inquiry about Real Madrid's former Arsenal midfielder Dani Ceballos, 25. (Sports Mole)
Chelsea have the most profitable football academy in the Premier League according to a new study that shows the club generated £175m from player sales in recent years. (CIES Football Observatory)
David Beckham's MLS franchise Inter Miami will do everything they can to sign Lionel Messi, should the 34-year-old Argentina international look to leave Paris St-Germain as early as this season. (Daily Mail)
Real Madrid are keen to finalise a deal to sign France forward Kylian Mbappe, 23, from PSG before they pursue other transfer targets or offer contract extensions to current players. (Goal)
LA Galaxy are interested in signing veteran Spanish centre-back Sergio Ramos, 35, who has struggled to make an impact at Paris St-Germain because of fitness issues. (Foot Mercato)
Barcelona have almost completed the free signing of AC Milan and Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kessie, 25. (Sport)
Juventus are leading the race for 22-year-old Italy winger Nicolo Zaniolo, who is stalling on signing a new Roma contract.
Jesse Marsch has been appointed as the new head coach of Leeds United after the departure of Marcelo Bielsa on Sunday. (Sky Sports)
Ralf Rangnick has major reservations about the prospect of Cristiano Ronaldo spearheading Manchester United's attack next season, with sources suggesting the German's patience is wearing thin with the 37-year-old. (Manchester Evening News)
Ajax want to appoint Barcelona sporting advisor Jordi Cruyff as their new director of football after Marc Overmars' departure. (Marca)
Manchester City's record signing Jack Grealish, 26, should ignore public opinion when he returns to action from injury, says manager Pep Guardiola.
Nottingham Forest have opened contract talks with English midfielder Ryan Yates, 24, as they also battle to keep in-demand 20-year-old Welsh midfielder Brennan Johnson, who has been linked with Tottenham. (Daily Mirror)
Premier League referees have been told to allow players to show support for Ukraine without receiving yellow cards following Matty Cash's controversial booking on Saturday. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal have reported a record loss of £107.3m for the last financial year, with £85m attributed to the coronavirus pandemic. (Sun)
Wayne Rooney's Derby will ask the EFL to let them finish the season, thanks to a loan from American financiers MSD.