PSV midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum could join his former team-mate Memphis Depay at Manchester United.
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Paul Pogba could become the highest paid midfielder in world football with Manchester City preparing a record £70m bid for the former Manchester United player.
Liverpool are reportedly closing on a double deal for English pair Danny Ings and James Milner with both players out of contract in the summer.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool are reportedly in contention for Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia, according to his agent.
After the success of Diafra Sakho West Ham could return to Ligue 1 with Guingamp striker Claudio Beauvue in their sights after he notched 25 goals in the French top-flight.
Tony Pulis is planning to hijack Aston Villa’s £2.5m deal for Manchester City winger Scott Sinclair in an attempt to lure him to West Brom.
Harry Kane has insisted Spurs most stop making ‘sloppy mistakes’ if they are to progress and Mauricio Pochettino could be set for a White Hart Lane clearout this summer.
Manchester United are interested in Danny Ings while they could return to PSV to secure Memphis Depay’s teammate Georginio Wijnaldum to strengthen midfield options.
Steven Gerrard believes Liverpool need to strengthen and they could be in competition with Chelsea for Real Madrid reserve Jese who has struggled to nail down a first-team slot.
Gareth Bale continues to be linked with a return to the Premier League amid news that he feels ‘isolated’ in the dressing room. Manchester United and Chelsea are just two of the teams linked with the Welshman.
Pepe has slipped down the Barcelona pecking order but Luis Enrique has cooled talk that the Liverpool and Arsenal target will leave Camp Nou.
Ashley Young’s form deserves a recall to Roy Hodgson’s squad, according to Manchester United teammate Chris Smalling.
Real Madrid are willing to let£arim Benzema leave the Bernabeu while they can still command a fee of £40m for the France international. Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United are leading the chase.
One player set to stay in Madrid is midfielder Isco who insists he has no intention of leaving Real to move to the Emirates.
Arsenal could bolster their defensive options by signing Virgil van Dijk with the Dutch defender having impressed for Scottish Champions Celtic this season.