Breakfast Transfer Stories
Harry Maguire looks set to miss Manchester United’s final four Premier League matches in his race against time to be available for the Europa League final.
Arsenal are reportedly preparing a squad overhaul in the summer which could be headlined by full-back Hector Bellerin leaving for as much as £35m.
Slavisa Jokanovic has been tipped to take over from Chris Wilder as Sheffield United manager.
Neil Taylor is eyed by Championship clubs Stoke and QPR as well as two Turkish clubs.
Conor McGregor has disclosed he wants to buy a sports club and has his interest on Manchester United and Celtic.
Jesse Lingard could begin next season back at Manchester United because West Ham doubt they can find the funds to sign him on a permanent deal.
Leicester City have opened discussions with Lille over a proposed £21m deal for midfielder Boubakary Soumare.
Gael Kakuta is being lined up for a possible return to the Premier League, with at least three teams vying to get the attacking midfielder’s signature.
Newcastle manager Steve Bruce has given the greenlight he would love to sign Arsenal midfielder Joe Willock permanently this summer.
Liverpool and Holland are on a collision course over whether Virgil van Dijk should participate in this summer’s European championships, with Dutch national coach Frank De Boer saying it is up to the player to decide if he is ready.
In demand Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma has requested to leave the club this summer, it has emerged.
Relegated West Brom will consider appointing Chris Wilder as manager if Sam Allardyce leaves the club.
Teenage sensation Eduardo Camavinga has admitted that he is flattered by talk linking him to Real Madrid and Bayern Munich – but has said he has not yet decided on his future.
West Ham are planning to try and sign Chelsea star Tammy Abraham on loan when the transfer window reopens, according to reports.