All the news and rumors transmitted from the national newspapers issued on Thursday…
Manchester United are keeping a close eye on defender Joren Timber and have made the Ajax player his priority in the summer transfer window despite holding two rounds of talks with Braga centre-back David Carmo.
Newcastle are closing a deal to sign Reims striker Hugo Eketek for around £36m including additions.
Inter Milan have been told Romelu Lukaku is ready to cut his salary by the millions if it will temper his return on loan from Chelsea.
Paul Pogba will receive a £3.78m loyalty bonus when he leaves Manchester United as a free agent at the end of the month.
Huddersfield wants an explanation from the refereeing chiefs over a penalty they think would have cost them £200m.
Mesut Ozil will not leave Fenerbahce this summer despite his continued exclusion from the club’s first team, according to his agent.
Manchester City received a major boost on Wednesday when famed coach Carlos Vicenz reversed his decision to leave the Premier League champions.
Gareth Southgate is ready to give Tammy Abraham the opportunity to cement his place as Harry Kane’s World Cup replacement during the upcoming Nations League matches.
Claire Connor, interim chief executive of the European Central Bank, has agreed to relinquish her role on several key MCCs after raising concerns about potential conflicts of interest by several provincial chiefs.
Manchester United have begun talks with Barcelona in a £50m bid to buy Frenkie de Jong.
Leeds are still hoping Calvin Phillips will sign a new deal with them, despite Manchester City’s interest.
Wolves are close to signing Sporting Lisbon midfielder Joao Balenha.
Lucas Torreira has told Arsenal he wants to stay with Fiorentina even though the Italians failed to activate their option to buy him.
Brentford put Max Aarons and Aaron Hickey on their summer transfer shortlist.
Police are investigating alleged death threats made to referee John Moss after the championship match between Nottingham Forest and Huddersfield.
Newcastle captain Jamal Lascelles may return to newly promoted Nottingham Forest, eight years after replacing the city’s grounds with St James’ Park.
Jose Mourinho’s Roma side are preparing a £30m bid for Aston Villa midfielder Douglas Luiz.
Bournemouth are monitoring Matt Ritchie’s position at Newcastle and will take a step if they are deemed to be redundant.
Sunderland want to re-sign young Tottenham player Jack Clarke after his successful loan spell at Wearside.
Premier League chief referees Mike Riley is in a fight to save his job, with a potential settlement option of returning to the English game of Howard Webb in a referee management role.
Dustin Johnson has secured around £100m from Greg Norman to secure his surprise subscription to the Saudi-backed Rebel golf league.
Aston Villa played early this summer and if Steven Gerrard gets what he wants, three new signings could follow.
Arsenal are reportedly preparing to sew their first signature of the summer within the next ten days.
Manchester United and Tottenham were dealt a heavy blow after Milan Skriniar pledged his future with Inter Milan as he outlined his career plan.
Jim Goodwin is ready to use the Aberdeen transfer ax as the club’s inferior players have been told they will be left out.
Celtic defender and forgotten defender Osazi Orhuguid faces a nervous transitional waiting game as KVO Oostende weighs an enduring onslaught this summer.
Cameron Carter-Vickers is waiting for Celtic and Tottenham to strike a deal over his long-term future after agreeing personal terms with the Premier League champions on a permanent deal.
Celtic was credited with the interest in signing Shamrock Rovers star Idomu Imako.