Marcos Alonso is looking to land a contract extension at Chelsea, reports The Sun.
Milan and West Ham are ready to do battle in the transfer market for Sevilla forward Youssef En-Nesyri. According to Il Milanista, both clubs will make a move for the 23-year-old in the summer, despite the fact his current contract is due to run until 2025.
Radu Dragusin is in line for a contract extension at Juventus – as Football Italia reports.
Atletico Madrid had to wait 37 days for on-loan attacker Moussa Dembele to become available to play. His positive first impression as a sub against Levante now sets up a race for the club to determine whether to make his addition permanent, with Marca saying no decision has been made yet.
Marca have reported that centre-back Clement Lenglet has become virtually unmovable dead weight for Barcelona following his signing of a contract worth €5.7 million each year through 2026.
Lautaro Martinez is closing in on an extension that would keep him at Inter until 2025, say Todo Fichajes.
Manchester United have reportedly closed a deal for Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, claim Todo Fichajes.
According to Daily Express, Manchester United star David de Gea is reportedly wanted by Juventus, Bayern Munich and PSG amid uncertainty over his Old Trafford future.
Jose Mourinho’s next move in the transfer market could come in the form of RB Leipzig captain Marcel Sabitzer, who has less than 18 months left on his contract with the Bundesliga side, According to reports.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith has vowed to investigate how news of Jack Grealish’s injury was leaked on social media.
17-year-old Shola Shoretire made his debut for Manchester United on Sunday, coming on in the final moments of their 3-1 win over Newcastle, and Marcus Rashford has backed the teenager to succeed.
Gareth Southgate left Villa Park on Sunday night with injury doubts about two potentially key members of his European Championship plans, Jack Grealish and James Maddison, with World Cup qualifiers just a month away.
Manchester United’s famed production line is in full swing again with the emergence of Hannibal Mejbri, Shola Shoretire and centre-forward Joe Hugill – and it could save Ole Gunnar Solskjaer millions in the transfer market.