More new on Tammy Abraham, with Football Insider claiming that Leicester have moved to the front of a transfer queue.
The Foxes are ready to battle it out with Midlands rivals Wolves and Aston Villa for the 23-year-old frontman.
Bayern Munich are prepared to listen to offers for Corentin Tolisso, reports Kicker.
Chelsea have put a £40 million asking price on Tammy Abraham, reports The Telegraph.
Everton are, according to The Sun, closing in on a £35 million ($49m) deal for Philippe Coutinho.
Luis Suarez has said former team-mate Lionel Messi should stay with his lifetime club rather than leave in the coming transfer window.
Now at Atletico Madrid, Suarez still sees the Barcelona star as an ally and believes he would be best served sticking with Ronald Koeman’s group.
“If Messi asked me as a friend, I would tell him I don’t see him anywhere other than Barca, it wouldn’t be good for him,” said Suarez to TV3.
Borussia Dortmund are ready to jump ahead of several Premier League clubs in the chase for Brighton defender Ben White, who has made 31 starts in the English top flight this year, claims The Sun.
Son Heung-min is on the brink of a new contract at Tottenham, writes the Daily Star, in a potential boost to a club in dire need of positive news.
Chelsea could target Romelu Lukaku this summer despite a £105 million ($146m/€121m) price tag set by Inter, according to the Daily Mail.
According to Mail, Leicester fear suffering Champions League heartbreak for a second successive season even if they manage to finish in the top four.
Manchester United are bracing themselves for thousands of protesting fans at Old Trafford before Sunday’s clash with Liverpool.
Real Madrid are believed to be keen to fend off Chelsea and Manchester United in the race to sign Sevilla defender Jules Kounde. Per Mail.
According to the Sun, Tottenham have been frightened off by the potential £70million cost of landing Brendan Rodgers.
Tottenham want to talk to Erik ten Hag about their managerial vacancy and are expected to do so once his Ajax team have wrapped up the Eredivisie title – they need only a point at home to Emmen on Sunday to make sure. Per Guardian.
Real Madrid are believed to be keen to fend off Chelsea and Manchester United in the race to sign Sevilla defender Jules Kounde.