Arsenal have made an offer to sign Valencia's Brazilian goalkeeper Norberto Murara after speaking with the 29-year-old's representatives. (Daily Star)
Tottenham have missed the deadline to extend Fernando Llorente's contract, signalling the end of his time at Spurs. (Daily Mail)
Spurs are interested in Celta Vigo striker Maxi Gomez, who has a £43m release clause, and they want to sign the 22-year-old Uruguay international as back-up to England forward Harry Kane, 25. (Daily Star)
Bayern Munich are increasingly confident they will sign Germany forward Leroy Sane, 23, from Manchester City this summer. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea are prepared to sell Belgium forward Eden Hazard, 28, to Real Madrid because letting him leave for free when his contract expires next year would have financial fair play implications for the club. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United will demand a fee of 160m euros (£138m) for France midfielder Paul Pogba, 26. (Daily Star)
United are ready to meet Benfica attacking midfielder Joao Felix's £105m release clause, although they could face competition from Real Madrid for the 19-year-old Portuguese. (Record)
Stoke have held talks with out-of-contract Wigan midfielder Nick Powell. (Daily Mail)
Oldham have rejected a bid from Rangers for defender George Edmundson as they demand more than £450,000. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United have had a £95m bid for Napoli and Senegal centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly, 27, rejected. (Sun)
Derby boss Frank Lampard wants to make Gary Cahill his first big summer signing if his side is promoted. (Daily Star)
New Anderlecht player-manager Vincent Kompany, 33, is keen for Manchester City academy coach Simon Davies and head of sports science Sam Erith to follow him from the Premier League champions to the Belgian club. (Daily Telegraph)
Former Argentina striker Gabriel Batistuta, who is yet to manage a senior professional team, is believed to have expressed an interest in the vacant managerial role at Middlesbrough. (Hartlepool Mail)
Leeds are set to renew their interest in Bristol City contract rebel Callum O'Dowda. (Daily Mirror)
Bournemouth are eyeing another Championship raid for Leeds star Kalvin Phillips. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea are expected to confirm France striker Olivier Giroud, 32, has agreed to stay at the club for another year. (London Evening Standard)
Bolton face losing promising youngster Harry Brockbank because they cannot offer him a new deal while in administration. (Sun)
Hertha Berlin general manager Michael Preetz has held talks with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp in a bid to secure Serbia midfielder Marko Grujic, 23, on loan for another season.
Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has agreed terms with Inter Milan to take over as their new manager in the summer. (Guardian)
Juventus have moved away from Conte and have targeted current Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri. (Sun)
Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa looks set to commit his future to the club for one more season after they missed out on promotion from the Championship. (Daily Telegraph)
Argentina legend Gabriel Batistuta has 'expressed an interest in taking over at Teesside club' following departure of Tony Pulis.
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has emerged as a candidate for West Brom's vacant managerial post.
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Arsenal will reward players with bonuses of between £100,000 and £500,000 if they beat Chelsea to win the Europa League in Baku on 29 May. (Daily Mail)
Danny Welbeck will get the chance to play his way into Arsenal's Europa League final squad this week. (Sun)
Arsenal have vowed to sell any player who dares to go into the final two years of his contract. (Sun)
Harry Kane is ready to hand Tottenham a major Champions League final boost by returning from injury. (Sun)
Manchester City are in talks with Anderlecht to loan out their promising youngsters to the Belgian giants after Vincent Kompany's hiring as player-manager. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy has cancelled his holiday plans to fix his long-standing meniscus injury. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United had the worst injury problems of all the Premier League clubs last season, according to data. (Sun)
Cardiff Met University secured Europa League qualification for the first time in their history with a play-off penalty shoot-out victory over Bala Town. They also earned the club a £193,000 windfall.