Transfer News Live
Jurgen Klopp could attempt to snatch Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund if Mohamed Salah leaves Liverpool this summer.
Philippe Coutinho is a shock target for Everton and Liverpool’s Merseyside rivals could bid for the Brazilian this summer, according to reports.
Tottenham have failed in a fresh move to persuade Brendan Rodgers to become the club’s next manager.
Stan Kroenke has refused to sell Arsenal – despite fan protests and Spotify founder Daniel Ek plotting a £2.5bn bid.
PSG have reportedly prepared an ‘unbeatable’ three-year contract for Lionel Messi.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is available for Arsenal’s Europa League semi on Thursday night – even though he is still not fully fit after malaria.
Borussia Dortmund are set to double Jude Bellingham’s wages in a bid to fend off Chelsea’s approach, according to reports.
Everton are looking to give James Rodriguez a one-year contract extension, according to reports.
West Ham are praying Jesse Lingard does not become the latest big player to pull up injured as their Champions League dreams hang in the balance.
Newcastle will open talks with Jacob Murphy over a new deal – as Burnley and Watford lead the race to sign him.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has offered to help Spotify owner Daniel Ek and the three club legends in their takeover bid.
Manchester United can sign Erling Haaland for cheaper than the £156m fee that was previously bandied about, according to reports.
Ibrahima Konate’s buyout clause at RB Leipzig is higher than first thought and it could cost £40m to take him to Liverpool this summer.
Brighton are braced for Yves Bissouma’s departure this summer after three years at the Amex Stadium.
Jesse Lingard is willing to push for a permanent exit from Manchester United this summer, with West Ham keen on concluding a deal.
Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes has expressed his interest in managing the club when he retires.
Borussia Dortmund could reportedly be forced to place a ban on all incoming transfers this summer if they fail to qualify for the Champions League as a drastic measure to keeping star man Erling Haaland.
Ex-Wigan chief Dave Whelan has admitted his wife talked him out of buying Manchester United for £11.5m in the 1980s.