- ‘Tierney funds no problem for Man Utd’
A Hoops legend has told the Daily Record:”If a huge offer comes in the reality is you have to take it. It will take big money to get him. I don’t know how much but it will be no problem for a Man Utd or whatever.”
Drinkwater has no future at Chelsea
Godin destined to join Inter
Mignolet puts Liverpool future call on hold
The Belgium international has slipped down the pecking order on Merseyside following the £65 million ($85m) arrival of Alisson.
Both are expected to return to management ahead of next season, with Conte having been out of the game since he was sacked by Chelsea last summer and Mourinho out of work since December.
Inter’s owners want to bring Mourinho back to the club he won a European and domestic treble with, but director Giuseppe Marotta would rather hire his former Juventus colleague Conte.
Real Madrid lower Bale asking price to €70m
Madrid were aiming to sell him at a profit initially, but now it seems they are ready to cut that fee down to speed up his departure.
Roma enter battle for Kounde
Gueye to replace Herrera at Man Utd?
With his contract running out at the end of the season, Herrera looks set to leave Old Trafford amid talk of a move to Paris Saint-Germain.
The French side tried to buy Gueye in January but saw their offers knocked back by the Toffees. Now that the Ligue 1 giants have turned to Herrera, Gueye could be set to fill in for the Red Devils.
Man Utd lead race for €100m Fernandes
The Red Devils have already made contact with the 24-year-old midfielder and are in good position to snap him up ahead of AC Milan.
The fee will prove the biggest objective, though, as Sporting are said to be holding out for the €100 million (£86m/$113m) in his release clause.
Madrid to let Bale pick his next club
Real Madrid are keen to offload Gareth Bale this summer if they can find a buyer willing to pay the €175 million (£151m/$197m) the club want for him.
Inter join chase for Lille’s Pepe
But the Italian side will have to fight off interest German giants Bayern Munichto get a deal done.
Saul considering Atletico Madrid exit
The Mirror claims the Spanish side have put a £130 million ($130m) buy-out clause on the 24-year-old, who is thought to be Pep Guardiola’s top target for City this summer.
West Ham leading race for Clyne
Clyne played sparingly for Liverpool in the first half of the season, before a loan to Bournemouth in the second half of the campaign has revived his career.
The 28-year-old is understood to be keen on a move to a London side, and the Hammers have a need at right-back with Pablo Zabaleta out of contract at season’s end.
Pogba’s agent in talks with Real Madrid
The Manchester United midfielder is understood to be interested in moving to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer to join up with his fellow Frenchman Zinedine Zidane.
Raiola is demanding a €18 million (£16m/$20m) commission for his client’s transfer, as well as assurances Pogba will be among the three highest-paid Madrid players.
Mislintat to become Stuttgart sporting director
Mislintat abruptly left Arsenal in February after only 14 months in his role, following his reputation-making stint as chief scout at Borussia Dortmund.
The 46-year-old may take over a team in the second division with Stuttgart currently in 16th in the Bundesliga and currently on course for the promotion-relegation playoff.
Rodriguez interested in Napoli move
James Rodriguez is interested in a move to Napoli, according to his father-in-law.
Rodriguez may be heading for a reunion with former Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti, who currently manages Napoli.
“My daughter Daniela told me that he has a great relationship with Carlo Ancelotti and would be happy to reunite with him,” Hernan Ospina told Radio Kiss Kiss.
West Brom to offer Neil managerial role
Neil is currently managing Preston North End, where he has helped the Lilywhites stay near playoff contention for two seasons in a row.
The Baggies are willing to pay Preston around £650,000 in compensation to land Neil.