Transfer News

Manchester United are preparing to give Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a fresh contract even if the club finish the season without a silverware amid confidence real progress is being made under the Norwegian.

Brentford and Exeter have reportedly bagged a share of £1m after Ollie Watkins made his England debut.

Lionel Messi is close to penning a new Barcelona contract, according to Barca legend Rivaldo.

Ex-Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon claims Harry Kane would be “difficult” to secure this summer as the Spanish giants focus their spending on a huge Bernabeu revamp.

Chelsea have told Napoli they can land out of favour man Tiemoue Bakayoko permanently for £15.5m, according to reports.

Danny Simpson is reportedly edging closer to signing a contract with Bristol City.

Real Madrid securing Cristiano Ronaldo or Harry Kane is very unlikely this summer.

Juventus are reportedly considering an approach for Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane with Andrea Pirlo’s position as manager under serious threat.

A domestic-only transfer week could return this summer as clubs debate extending the window into September.

Eric Bailly has been involved in protracted contract talks with Manchester United about extending his current contract which has 12 months to run.

Real Madrid reportedly have no intention of allowing Martin Odegaard leave permanently this summer in news which will come as a bitter blow to Arsenal.

Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum will need to wait until Barcelona sell Miralem Pjanic before he can secure a move to Camp Nou, according to reports in Spain.

Liverpool are in pole position to sign Real Betis playmaker Nabil Fekir ahead of Manchester United in the upcoming transfer window, according to reports.

Barcelona are reportedly close to signing Lyon star Memphis Depay.

Celtic are hoping to name Roy Keane as manager and make Nicky Butt his assistant, according to reports.

Napoli could reportedly accept a deal as low as £43m for Kalidou Koulibaly from Manchester United this summer.

Real Madrid are considering reuniting Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo in attack next season, according to reports in Spain.

By Ayomipo Kazeem

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