Arsenal will join Chelsea and Manchester United in the £50m race to sign Real Madrid's Spanish striker Alvaro Morata this summer. Morata, 24, has managed just 13 La Liga starts this season. ( Sun )
Wales forward Gareth Bale, 27, is willing to move to Manchester United if Real Madrid decide to sell him in the summer. ( Independent )
Atletico Madrid are interested in Leicester striker Jamie Vardy, 30, and Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez, 28. ( Independent )
Newly promoted Brighton want to sign Liverpool's long-serving Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva, 30, for their first season in the Premier League. ( Daily Mirror )
Chelsea want 17-year-old German forward Jann-Fiete Arp, who has been tipped for a bright future at Hamburg. ( Daily Mirror )
Galatasaray are keen to sign Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck. ( Daily Mail )
Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare believes the club could break their transfer record again this summer as they target a return to the Champions League. ( Daily Express )
West Brom are set to agree a compensation fee of between £3m and £5m for Leeds left-back Charlie Taylor, 23, and avoid going to a tribunal. ( Daily Mirror )
Middlesbrough have made a £300,000 bid for Hartlepool winger Nathan Thomas, 22, after Sheffield United had an offer accepted earlier in the week. ( Daily Mail )
West Ham are interested in signing Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta, but face stiff competition for the experienced 32-year-old. The Argentine is out of contract at the end of the season. ( London Evening Standard )
Former Manchester United winger Nani, 30, says he wants to stay at Valencia amid growing speculation he will be sold in the summer. ( ESPN )
Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes, 23, has been offered to rivals Real Madrid, according to reports in Spain.
Inter Milan are ready to double the salary Mauricio Pochettino earns at Tottenham Hotspur to make him their new head coach. ( Football Italia )
Arsene Wenger will continue to have the final say on transfers if he stays at Arsenal, despite the club's plans to appoint a director of football. ( Daily Mail )
Paul Lambert could quit as Wolves manager over plans for agent Jorge Mendes to handle the club's transfers. ( Daily Telegraph )
Claude Puel's days at Southampton look numbered - with Hull boss Marco Silva already approached about replacing the under-fire Frenchman. ( Daily Express )
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has fired a warning ahead of talks over a new contract by telling Chelsea to pay him what he is worth. Conte has been linked with the vacant job at Inter. ( Daily Mail )
Manchester United are considering approaching Paul Mitchell, who found Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli, after he resigned from his role as Spurs' head of recruitment. ( Manchester Evening News )
West Brom boss Tony Pulis encouraged his south coast neighbour Harry Redknapp to take the Birmingham City manager's job because he finds the three-hour commute "relaxing". ( Express and Star )
Chelsea are considering selling the naming rights to their new stadium - but have told interested buyers they have to accept Stamford Bridge will stay in the name.
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England are lining up a third friendly against Germany in just over a year as part of an FA agreement with the German federation.
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Local residents are fighting plans to allow around-the-clock work to be carried out on Tottenham's new stadium. ( Sun )
Gareth Bale will have a fitness test on his torn calf 48 hours before Real Madrid's Champions League final against Juventus in Cardiff on June 3. ( Sun )
Striker Mario Balotelli's contract when he was at Liverpool included a £1m bonus clause for not getting sent off three times in a season. ( Daily Mail )
Chelsea fans have started an online petition - which has more than 5,000 signatures - for a 'John Terry Stand' at the new stadium. ( London Evening Standard )
Chelsea's players will receive a £5m bonus to be split among the squad if they clinch the Premier League title. ( Times )
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's former Sweden team-mate Emil Forsberg described the Manchester United striker as "incredibly annoying" in training - before trying to dig himself out of a hole. ( Daily Mirror )
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique is set to turn his hand to revolutionising the Davis Cup's tired format - and his project is backed by Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.