Arsenal will look to sign Dynamo Dresden and Germany Under-21 goalkeeper Markus Schubert, 20, on a free transfer this summer as a replacement for retiring Petr Cech. (Bild - in German)
Tottenham have ended their interest in Crystal Palace winger Wilfied Zaha, 26, after being put off by the Ivory Coast international's £100m valuation. (London Evening Standard)
Tottenham have held talks to sign Celta Vigo's 22-year-old Uruguay striker Maxi Gomez, who has a £43m release clause in his contract. (Daily Star)
Newcastle could be interested in signing 31-year-old Spain midfielder Juan Mata, who is out of contract at Manchester United. (Sun)
Manchester United want to sign Ivan Rakitic, 31, and Barcelona are willing to sell the Croatia midfielder. (Daily Express)
Manchester United are ready to make a formal offer for Newcastle's English midfielder Sean Longstaff, 21, and are close to agreeing a £15m deal to sign Swansea's Wales winger Daniel James, 21. (ESPN)
Manchester United face paying £50m for Crystal Palace's English 21-year-old full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka. (Daily Mirror)
Spain and Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea, 28, has turned down a new contract, with his existing deal expiring at the end of next season. (Sun)
Leicester are interested in 21-year-old Luton Town full-back James Justin. (Daily Mail)
Newcastle and West Ham are considering a move for 22-year-old Club Brugge Brazilian striker Wesley Moraes. (Daily Mirror)
Derby County manager Frank Lampard will try to sign former Chelsea team-mate Gary Cahill if the Rams beat Aston Villa in the Championship play-off final and win promotion to the Premier League. England defender Cahill, 33, did not make a Premier League start in 2018-19. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea may accept a transfer ban this summer in the hope a CAS appear will let them buy again in January.
Gillingham will appoint Steve Evans as their new first-team manager, club chairman Paul Scally has confirmed. (Sky Sports)
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri, 60, is a target for Juventus as they look to replace Massimiliano Allegri, with Roma also interested in the Italian. (Sky Sports)
Derby manager Frank Lampard may return to Chelsea to replace Sarri, although Juventus could appoint Lazio boss Simone Inzaghi. (Sky Sport Italia)
The Blues will not stand in the way of Sarri if Juventus offer to pay up to £5m in compensation to take him back to Italy. (Sun)
Antonio Conte has won his legal battle against Chelsea, who must pay their former Italian manager £9m in compensation after sacking him last summer. (Times)
Cameron Toshack, the 49-year-old son of former Swansea and Real Madrid boss John, has emerged as a contender to fill the Swans' managerial vacancy. (Daily Mail)
Jonathan Woodgate is the red-hot favourite to take over at Middlesbrough from Tony Pulis. (Daily Mirror)
West Bromwich Albion will hold talks with Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill in their hunt for a new manager. (Daily Star)
Petr Cech will return to Chelsea this summer in a new sporting director role at the club.
Steve Clarke says he is "humbled and honoured" to have been named the new Scotland manager. Clarke was confirmed in the role on Monday. (Sky Sports)
Oliver Norwood has been ruled out of Northern Ireland’s European Championship qualifiers against Estonia and Belarus. (Sky Sports)
Gareth Bale has been included in a 26-man Wales squad for their training camp in Portugal this month. (Sky Sports)
Plans to expand the 2022 World Cup to 48 teams look set to finally hit the deck at the FIFA congress next month.
Tottenham's youth players have cancelled their holiday plans to help the first team train for the Champions League final. (Daily Mail)
Fernando Llorente could still have a future at Tottenham despite his contract expiring at the end of next month. (Sky Sports)
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has signed a new one-year contract. (Sky Sports)
France midfielder Paul Pogba, 26, will be offered the Manchester United captaincy in an effort to convince him to stay at Old Trafford. (ESPN)
Manchester United season tickets for 2019-20 have sold out in record time. (Daily Mail)
Charlton owner Roland Duchatelet will snub the club's return to Wembley in the League One play-off final. (Sun)
Bolton's administrators will take control of finding wages for club staff and have been told they will be paid this week. (Daily Mirror)
The booming overseas demand for Premier League television coverage will boost the spending power of England's top tier clubs by £1.1billion.