Transfer News Live
Tottenham have stepped up their bid to sign Southampton defensive lynchpin Jannik Vestergaard and bolster their shaky defence for next season.
Liverpool will reportedly face strong competition from Chelsea to sign Ajax midfielder Ryan Gravenberch.
RB Leipzig reportedly contacted Liverpool to discuss their intentions to sign Ibrahima Konate but the Reds have now informed them that they won’t be pursuing the transfer.
Diego Carlos is reportedly a top target for Tottenham in the transfer window and they have a plan to try and reach an agreement with Sevilla.
Wayne Rooney’s future as manager of Derby County will be safe under potential new owners No Limits Sports LTD, according to sources close to the Rams.
Sergio Aguero would reportedly consider a move to Tottenham when his contract expires in the summer.
Chelsea are ‘one of only two or three clubs’ who are financially stable, according to Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
Charlie Savage has been handed his first professional contract at Manchester United as a reward for his fine form this season.
Arsenal are reportedly in the hunt to sign Sevilla star Bryan Gil – but may have to spend £100m to secure his services.
Mikel Arteta has vowed to axe the Arsenal players who act like they’re on holiday after Emmanuel Petit’s scathing review of his former club.
Emmanuel Petit concedes he regrets leaving Arsenal for Barcelona in 2000 and believes his ego got in the way.
Manchester United are reportedly ready to battle Liverpool for the signature of Ibrahima Konate.
Ousmane Dembele reportedly wants to pledge his future to Barcelona after hitting some of his best form at the Nou Camp.
Nuno Espirito Santo will hold talks with the League Managers Association to express his concerns about top-flight clubs’ pre-season preparations.
Arsenal have reignited their interest in Wilfried Zaha, with Crystal Palace expected to cash in on their prized asset.
Philippe Coutinho has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury – meaning Liverpool are set to miss out on a £17m transfer windfall from Barcelona.
Arsene Wenger has said that FIFA will be ready to use automated offsides at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.