Fulham are interested in signing Liverpool's England defender Joe Gomez, 24, and Wales right-back Neco Williams, 20, who has impressed on loan at Craven Cottage. (Daily Express)
Arsenal face competition from Real Madrid and Barcelona for Napoli's 25-year-old Spain midfielder Fabian Ruiz. (Daily Express)
Arsenal will raise £20m towards signing a new striker from the sales of 22-year-old France midfielder Matteo Guendouzi to Marseille and 26-year-old Uruguay midfielder Lucas Torreira to Fiorentina. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United's links with a £90m move for England captain Harry Kane, 28, depend on Paris St-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino - his former boss at Tottenham Hotspur - becoming the new Red Devils manager. (GiveMeSport)
Atletico Madrid's Uruguay striker Luis Suarez, 35, wants to play at least one more season in Europe before a move to the MLS, and the former Liverpool forward would consider a return to England, with Aston Villa keen. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign 18-year-old midfielder Toby Collyer from Brighton. (Daily Mirror)
Collyer will join United on a three-and-a-half year deal. (Daily Express)
AC Milan's 25-year-old Ivory Coast midfielder Franck Kessie will be Barcelona's first signing of the summer transfer window, with Chelsea's Denmark centre-back Andreas Christensen, 25, to follow, both on free transfers. (ESPN)
Manchester United have approached Borussia Dortmund over a move for 26-year-old Switzerland defender Manuel Akanji. (Daily Express)
Arsenal have reportedly contacted Real Madrid regarding a sensational summer move for superstar Eden Hazard. (Sun)
Barcelona will target Wolves' Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves, 25, as a replacement for Spain's Sergio Busquets, 33. (Mundo Deportivo)
Barcelona are also hoping Chelsea will allow Spain defender Cesar Azpilicueta, 32, to depart Stamford Bridge for free this summer. (Daily Express)
Anthony Martial has given his strongest indication yet he is determined to seek a permanent transfer from Manchester United this summer. (times)
Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand believes the Old Trafford club should attempt to sign Paris St-Germain's Brazil centre-back Marquinhos, 27, and Barcelona's Uruguay defender Ronald Araujo, 23, to strengthen their defence. (Manchester Evening News)
Borussia Dortmund's Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, 21, will ask for a release clause to be written into any contract, should he move clubs this summer. (Sun)
Manchester City are prepared to make Haaland the highest-paid player in England with a salary in excess of £500,000 a week. (Daily Mail)
Paris St-Germain do not intend to let Brazil forward Neymar, 30, leave this summer despite interest from his former club Barcelona.
Mikel Arteta has dropped the clearest hint yet Arsenal are ready to give Alexandre Lacazette a longer deal. (Daily Mirror)
Ajax manager Erik ten Hag smirked off suggestions he is ready to take the Manchester United managerial job this summer.
Gareth Southgate is considering a clutch of first-time picks when he names his first squad of 2022 on Thursday with Crystal Palace duo Tyrick Mitchell and Marc Guehi among those on his radar. (Daily Mail)
Scotland boss Steve Clarke is bracing himself for an unprecedented six games in June.
Tottenham Hotspur and England captain Harry Kane says he is "motivated to get even better" under manager Antonio Conte, amid interest from Old Trafford. (Sky Sports)
Arsenal are set to hold talks over a new deal for 20-year-old French defender William Saliba after he impressed during his loan spell at Marseille. (Daily Mail)
Liverpool's Egypt forward Mohamed Salah, 29, is not desperate to leave Anfield this summer and could instead depart for free next year when his contract ends. (Fabrizio Romano)
Reds boss Jurgen Klopp will not talk to Salah and his agent amid a stand-off over a new deal for the forward. (Daily Mirror)
Uefa has made assurances that Chelsea's last-16 second-leg tie against Lille in the Champions League will still go ahead. (RMC Sport)
Everton have reached an agreement with the Premier League in which they will consult over player signings and new contracts to avoid breaching spending rules. (Daily Mail)
A megabucks pal of Donald Trump is launching an eleventh-hour bid for Chelsea. (Sun)
Middlesbrough have announced they will be selling Chelsea's ticket allocation for Saturday's FA Cup clash to their own fans. (Sun)
Diego Simeone was pelted with missiles by Manchester United fans after dumping the team out of the Champions League. (Sun)
Premier League clubs have asked Chelsea's under-fire chairman Bruce Buck whether the pledge by Roman Abramovich to wipe out the club's outstanding £1.5billion debt could hand the club itself, and the Russian's successor as owner, a competitive advantage. (Daily Telegraph)
From the 2022/23 season Barcelona will be sponsored by Spotify in a deal which includes naming rights for their iconic stadium.