Daily Headlines; Sergio Ramos set to leave Real Madrid at the end of season, Odegaard is NOT for sale, Man City prepared to meet Jack Grealish’s release clause this summer

Real Madrid expect captain Sergio Ramos to leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the season, reports Cadena Ser.

Ralph Rangnick will not become Eintracht Frankfurt’s new director of football despite holding talks with the Bundesliga club, reports Bild.

Jack Grealish has a release clause in his Aston Villa contract that Manchester City are prepared to trigger this summer, reports Football Insider.

Arsenal looks set to miss out on Martin Odegaard this summer with Real Madrid refusing to sanction a permanent deal for the Denmark midfielder, reports Marca.

Inter could make a summer bid for Alessandro Florenzi, La Gazzetta dello Sport says.

The 30-year-old is on loan at Paris Saint-Germain, but the French side have decided they will not sign him on a permanent basis from Roma.

A return to Serie A looks imminent, but he could be spending next season at Inter instead of in the Italian capital.

Luca Modric has reached an agreement with Real Madrid over a new contract.

AS reports the Croatia international has committed to the club until 2022 and an official announcement is to be made soon.

Inter are ready to enter the race to sign Rodrigo De Paul from Udinese.

Leeds tried to sign him last year and Napoli have been linked to the midfielder recently.

But Calciomercato says the Nerazzurri are considering a bid for the €35 million (£30m/$42m) player.

Ashley Young could be set for a return to Watford, The Daily Mail reports.

Fiorentina’s £38m demand is too high for Red Devils

Manchester United are set to make a move for Fiorentina star Nikola Milenkovic, according to The Sun.

Wojciech Szczesny will not be leaving Juventus this summer. The Serie A giants reportedly wanted to offload the goalkeeper to finance a move for Gianluigi Donnarumma.

The Poland international had been linked with a move to Manchester United, but Calciomercato claims there is no way he is leaving Turin.

According to Telegraph, Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has opened the door for Paris Saint-Germain to make a substantial bid for on-loan striker Moise Kean but the club have placed a £45m price tag on the Italy international.

Phil Foden has decided to part ways with the social media company that runs his Twitter account over a contentious message to Kylian Mbappe in the immediate aftermath of Manchester City’s Champions League quarter-final triumph over Borussia Dortmund.

According to the Sun, Manchester United are ready to step up their pursuit of Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic with the defender’s transfer fee set at £38m this summer.

Harry Kane can be forgiven for considering his future at Tottenham with Manchester United claimed to be interested, according to Dimitar Berbatov.

The Premier League has shifted its calendar to allow each club to play in front of its own supporters – but no away fans will be admitted. Per Mail.

Carlos Vinicius looks unlikely to return to Benfica next season, with a Premier League battle between Tottenham and Wolves brewing over his signature. Per Mail.

Footballers are paying as much as £4,000 a month to outsource their social media activity.

According to Mirror, Netherlands boss Frank de Boer has told Virgil van Dijk to forget about playing in this summer’s European Championships and instead focus on his Liverpool comeback.

Paul Pogba says Granada’s players were trying to get him sent off during his fleeting appearance for Manchester United in the Europa League quarter-finals. Per Mirror.

Mino Raiola’s demands for Erling Haaland have forced one Premier League side to “pull out” of a transfer. Per DS.

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