A number of Premier League clubs are chasing the signature of Milan midfielder Franck Kessie – according to Calcio Mercato.
Bayern Munich are prepared to move for Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp if Hansi Flick leaves this summer, according to 90min.
The Ligue 1 side are looking toward England for possible reinforcements. PSG are eying Harry Kane and Mohamed Salah as possible replacements for Kylian Mbappe, reports Telefoot.
Juventus and PSG could exchange Mauro Icardi and Paulo Dybala in a swap deal, reports Corriere dello Sport.
RB Leipzig have yet to hold talks with Marcel Sabitzer over a contract extension, reports Kicker.
Villarreal have denied that they have been in contact with Manchester United over Pau Torres, AS reports.
Juventus want to sign Moise Kean in the summer, according to Tuttosport.
AC Milan want to sign Marseille forward Valere Germain this summer, according to MilanNews.
The France star is in high demand
Kylian Mbappe has yet to decide upon his future, according to TF1.
Mikel Arteta admits the relief of a much-needed Arsenal victory was spoiled by yet another injury headache.
According to Mail, Marouane Fellaini could make a shock return to the Premier League this summer with Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho reportedly planning a reunion with the former Manchester United midfielder.
Carlo Ancelotti wants his squad to embrace the pressure of needing to deliver and show they remain in the hunt for European football. Per Mail.
Manchester United have been in contact with Pau Torres’ representatives ahead of a potential move, according to reports in Spain.
According to the Sun, Four Leicester City stars at a Covid-flouting house party were busted by their manager Brendan Rodgers – then hid before cops arrived.
Arsenal have been dealt major blow after Mikel Arteta confirmed Kieran Tierney will miss the rest of the season – with Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli also picking up injuries on Sunday.
According to Express, Daniel Levy has already reportedly decided he will have to stick by Jose Mourinho next season because it will cost too much to sack him.
Jesse Lingard’s previous views on Arsenal and playing at the Emirates Stadium could dash any hopes Gunners’ fans have of seeing the midfielder move to their club. Per Express.