New Man City boss Guardiola bids for Palmeiras striker Gabriel Jesus
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Manchester City's new boss Pep Guardiola has bid £16.7m ($24.4m) to land one of Brazil's hottest properties, Palmeiras striker Gabriel Jesus from under United and Bayern Munich's noses.
Southampton have made a shock approach for former Italy keeper Walter Zenga to replace Ronald Koeman.
Croatian fans are threatening to wreak havoc in their nation's final group game in a bid to get their side side kicked out of Euro 2016.
Swansea are to make £10m moves for West Ham's unsettled striker Enner Valencia and Liverpool star Danny Ings.
Juventus will let Real Madrid and Manchester United target Paul Pogba leave the club if he is made the most expensive player on the planet.
Southampton have slapped a £40m fee on Sadio Mane as Liverpool step up their pursuit of the Senegalese star.
Manchester City's pursuit of Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has hit a snag, with the German club refusing to budge on their £65m valuation.
Arsenal are monitoring the movements of Daley Blind amid reports that Jose Mourinho will offload the Dutchman.
Roberto Di Matteo wants Watford No. 2 keeper Costel Pantilimon to join him at Aston Villa.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has officially confirmed to Manchester United that the La Liga giants will not exercise their option to take David De Gea to Spain next season.
Arsenal are reportedly interested in Inter Milan striker Stevan Jovetic
Sunderland midfielder Emanuele Giaccherini would love to join Antonio Conte at Chelsea, according to his agent.
Arsenal and Chelsea are ready to pay £19.6m for Sofiane Boufal but Barcelona have held talks with the Lille winger.
Liverpool are not interested in Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic and have no plans to sell Danny Ings.
Arsenal have joined Tottenham in the race for Spartak Moscow winger Quincy Promes.
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright is looking to appoint a Director of Football to work with new boss Ronald Koeman.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan's agent has revealed he is still trying to secure the Borussia Dortmund star a move to Manchester United.
Manchester City want to beat Barcelona to the signature of Spain striker Nolito who now has five goals and four assists in his 12-game international career.
Tottenham and Southampton will hold further talks this week as they inch towards an agreement over the transfer of Victor Wanyama.
Leicester City have had a £25m offer for Watford striker Troy Deeney rejected.
Cristiano Ronaldo is running on empty in his quest for Euro 2016 glory with Portugal.
Northern Ireland success will make it hard to keep hold of Michael O'Neill, says IFA president.
Arsenal expect to have Wojciech Szczesny back on their books in the summer, before they decide on their next move with him, as negotiations with Roma over another deal for the goalkeeper encounter problems.
West Brom have made a £4m bid for Queens Park Rangers winger Matt Phillips and are close to agreeing a new contract with James Morrison.