Arsenal are resisting interest from AC Milan in Uruguay midfielder Lucas Torreira, 23. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal will need to spend half of their summer transfer budget to bring in Celtic's Scotland defender Kieran Tierney, 22, with the left-back valued at £25m by the Scottish champions. (Daily Telegraph)
The Gunners are still interested in Dalian Yifang winger Yannick Carrasco, but are yet to make a bid for the 25-year-old Belgium international. (Football.London)
Arsenal target Dominik Szoboszlai, 18, is keen for a move away from Red Bull Salzburg, with Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund also interested in the Hungary midfielder. (Football.London)
Spurs are monitoring 19-year-old Denmark youth international Andreas Skov Olsen, who plays for FC Nordsjaelland and is valued at £15m. (Daily Mirror)
New Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri has identified Tottenham right-back Kieran Trippier, 28, as the player he wants to make his first signing but faces tough competition from Napoli who have already made contact. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United are willing to pay more than Manchester City for Leicester City centre-back Harry Maguire, 26, but the England international would prefer a move to Premier League champions City. (Sun)
The future of Croatia midfielder Mateo Kovacic, 25, at Chelsea is uncertain, with his loan deal from Real Madrid running out on 1 July. The Stamford Bridge outfit are yet to offer him an extension. (Goal)
Paris St-Germain offered Manchester United the possibility of swapping Brazil forward Neymar, 27, for 26-year-old France midfielder Paul Pogba. (Independent)
United will reignite their interest in Borussia Dortmund's England forward Jadon Sancho, 19, if they sell Pogba. (Sun)
Neymar will not be allowed to return to his former club Barcelona from PSG until he apologises to the Spanish giants' fans and accepts a cut in his wages. (El Mundo)
Real Madrid will not consider bids of less than 50m euros (£47.7m) for 22-year-old Spain midfielder Dani Ceballos, who is a target for Tottenham. (AS)
Real Madrid's 27-year-old Colombia forward James Rodriguez, who has spent two seasons on-loan at Bayern Munich, is unsure if he will be at the Bernabeu next season. (Marca)
Aaron Wan-Bissaka is set for a Manchester United medical this week ahead of his protracted £55m switch from Crystal Palace. (Sun)
Liverpool expect Belgium keeper Simon Mignolet to stay at the club unless an offer is made for the 31-year-old which is good for the club and player. (Times)
Liverpool's first signing of the summer could be 17-year-old FC Zwolle central defender Sepp van den Berg, with Ajax, Bayern Munich and PSV Eindhoven also interested in the Dutch Under-19 international. (Daily Mail)
Newcastle United remain interested in West Brom's 29-year-old Venezuela striker Salomon Rondon - who spent last season on loan at the Premier League club - despite manager Rafael Benitez's exit. (Daily Star)
Southampton are looking to sell at least five senior first-team players and want to bring in a striker, centre-back and wing-back during the summer transfer window. (Daily Telegraph)
Real Zaragoza have denied they have agreed a deal to sell 16-year-old Spanish winger Mateo Mejia to Manchester United. (Daily Mail)
Aston Villa want to bring Luton Town's 21-year-old English full-back James Justin to Villa Park, with fellow Premier League club Leicester City also interested. (Birmingham Chronicle)
Manchester United's English defender Axel Tuanzebe, 21, who spent last season on loan at Villa, wants assurances on his future at Old Trafford.
Newcastle United hope to have Rafael Benitez's successor in place by the time the team travel to China to compete in the Premier League Asia Trophy in just over a fortnight's time. (Daily Telegraph)
Laurent Blanc wants to succeed Rafael Benitez at trouble-torn Newcastle. (Daily Star)
The next Chelsea manager will have the chance to keep Gianfranco Zola, who was assistant to ex-boss Maurizio Sarri last season, as part of their backroom coaching team.
England U21s showed more defensive frailties as they ended their dismal European Championship campaign with a 3-3 draw with Croatia. (Sky Sports)
Aidy Boothroyd admits England were not street-wise enough in their disastrous European U21 Championships campaign. (Sky Sports)
Steven Gerrard says he is "aware" of possible Derby interest in his services but that he is fully focused on Rangers' upcoming season.
Roy Keane has been backed to take over as Newcastle manager by Vinnie Jones. (Sun)
Southampton have confirmed majority shareholder Gao Jisheng as chairman in a restructuring of the board. (Sky Sports)
The San Siro, home of Italian giants AC and Inter Milan and one of European football's most iconic stadiums, is set to be demolished. (Sky Sports)
There were growing demands on Monday night for FIFA to consider using both male and female referees at future Women's World Cups after out-of-control Cameroon players were allowed to foul England players with impunity at the end of Sunday's round-of-16 tie.