Arsenal have, according to The Mirror, joined the race for Inter defender Achraf Hakimi.
Barcelona have put the offer of a long-term contract to Georginio Wijnaldum as his deal at Liverpool runs down, claims Football Insider.
Brest midfielder Romain Faivre is quickly emerging as a source of great transfer interest, with L’Equipe writing the French international is a top summer priority for Leeds United.
Nemanja Matic is content at Manchester United, but the veteran defensive midfielder has told Sport TV he would enjoy eventually returning to Benfica, where at a younger age he transformed into a Premier League calibre force in the centre of the pitch.
PSV forward Donyell Malen is considered a “dream” signing for AC Milan as they look to strengthen their aging attack for the long term, according to Calciomercato.
Porto are on the verge of loaning reserve goalkeeper Claudio Ramos to Farense, writes A Bola, as Farense need an emergency fill-in at the position due to injury.
Borussia Dortmund are moving toward a transfer agreement for Benfica goalkeeper Odysseas Vlachodimos, writes A Bola, with incoming manager Marco Rose said to be an admirer of the 26-year-old.
According to Mirror, Barcelona have reportedly submitted a formal offer to Sergio Aguero as they aim to convince Lionel Messi to stay at Camp Nou.
Manchester United and Liverpool have reportedly been joined in the race for Sporting Lisbon’s Nuno Mendes by Juventus and AC Milan.
According to The Sun, Arsenal transfer target Patrick van Aanholt is open to a switch from Crystal Palace when his contract expires in the summer.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has admitted that he has been ‘a bit unfair’ on Christian Pulisic.
Bruno Fernandes could reportedly prove key in Manchester United’s pursuit of Leeds winger Raphinha with the attacking midfielder still in ‘daily contact’ with his former Sporting team-mate. Per Express.
Massimiliano Allegri has turned down the manager’s job at Arsenal and Chelsea since leaving Juventus due to problems with his mother, according to one of his friends.
Premier League clubs have been warned that the terrifying ordeal suffered by Robin Olsen shows they must start taking the security of their players more seriously before someone is killed by armed raiders. Per the Times.