Arsenal are interested in Ivory Coast siblings, midfielder Hamed Traore, 20, who is on loan at Sassuolo from Empoli, and his brother Amad, 17, a winger at Atalanta. (90min)
Arsenal and Chelsea are both reportedly "very interested" in signing Barcelona's Samuel Umtiti this summer. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal could be edged out of a permanent deal for Dani Ceballos as they are not thought to be the midfielder's first choice destination. (Daily Mirror)
Everton are planning huge summer bids for Real Madrid's Wales forward Gareth Bale, 30, and Juventus' Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey, 29. (90min)
Tottenham are confident of keeping hold of £200m-rated striker Harry Kane despite facing major battle to qualify for the Champions League as Manchester City and United monitor situation. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United are preparing a bid for Juventus and Netherlands defender Matthijs de Ligt, 20, with France midfielder Paul Pogba, 27, set to leave Old Trafford and go the other way. (Daily Star)
The Red Devils could be forced into paying Chile striker Alexis Sanchez, 31, a £1.1m annual loyalty fee when he returns from his loan spell at Inter Milan. (Sun)
Liverpool have pulled out of the race to sign Jadon Sancho - leaving Manchester United and Chelsea as the two Premier League clubs interested in the England star.
Scotland boss Steve Clarke and Scottish Football Association chief executive Ian Maxwell have taken a 10 per cent cut in salary.
Tottenham have been fined £18,000 after UEFA blamed Jose Mourinho for their Champions League match with RB Leipzig being slightly delayed. (Sun)
Everton are using video conferencing service Zoom to stay in touch with team-mates and medical staff, with injured France midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, 30, set to talk to his surgeon on the platform. (Guardian)
Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema, 32, has defended his comments where he compared Chelsea striker and his France team-mate Olivier Giroud, 33, to a 'go kart' on an Instagram live session. (Marca)
Footie ace Ashley Cole was attacked by a gang of masked robbers at his home. (Sun)
Ruben Loftus-Cheek says his body is his biggest strength as well as his "weakness" and insists he will not rush his comeback from injury. (Sky Sports)
The National League, National League North and National League South competitions have all been suspended indefinitely. (Sky Sports)
More than 100 clubs have now signed a letter to the FA to express "profound concern and displeasure" at the ending of the season at non-League and grassroots level. (Sky Sports)
Burnley are predicting an "extremely bright" future after announcing a net profit of £4.3m for the financial year ending June 2019.