Chelsea an option for Bale
Chelsea could become an option for Gareth Bale, if the Wales international decides to leave Real Madrid, claims Don Balon .
Bale’s future at Madrid appears uncertain as he is no longer a guaranteed starter under Zinedine Zidane and he has long been linked with a move to Manchester United.
However, Chelsea could also be tempted to make an approach for Bale, if Madrid follow up their interest in Blues duo Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard.
Paris Saint-Germain is also a potential destination for Bale, should Madrid bid for Neymar, but a move to China has been ruled out by the former Tottenham winger.
Madrid made January Dzeko approach
Real Madrid made an approach to sign Roma striker Edin Dzeko in the January transfer window, reports Marca.
Chelsea had made a concerted effort to bring in the former Manchester City forward at the start of the year, and they were joined in the pursuit by Madrid.
However, with both clubs only offering a back-up role Dzeko decided to stay with Roma rather than accept a mid-season switch.
Gomes' brother holds key to future
Liverpool and AC Milan will have to negotiate with Andre Gomes’ brother if they want to sign the Barcelona midfielder, according to Mundo Deportivo.
Reports have suggested that both Liverpool and Milan are interested in signing Gomes, who has struggled to make a sustained impact at Camp Nou since his €35 million move from Valencia in 2016.
The Portugal international has previously been linked with Manchester United and Juventus, and any clubs looking for a summer transfer will have to deal with his brother Joao.
Low to take Madrid job as he identifies two key signings
Real Madrid will apparently turn to Germany head coach Joachim Low, should they decide to sack Zinedine Zidane in the summer, reports Diario Gol.
The report claims that captain Sergio Ramos has given his approval to bring in the 58-year-old and that he has already identified two players he wants to sign for the Liga giants.
One of those is Bayern Munich's versatile full-back Joshua Kimmich, while another Bundesliga player in David Alaba is apparently also at the top of Low's wanted list for Madrid.
City ready to outbid Madrid for Neymar
Pep Guardiola is ready to outspend Real Madrid in the chase for PSG star Neymar, reports Don Balon .
Neymar knows he needs to get out of PSG to compete for the Ballon d'Or, and Guardiola is prepared to offload Raheem Sterling in an attempt land the Brazilian star.
‘Difficult to see Bellerin leaving Arsenal’
Hector Bellerin's agent says it is unlikely that the Arsenal defender will leave the Emirates Stadium this summer.
The 23-year-old Spaniard has been linked with a move back to Barcelona, where he spent his formative years, while Juventus and Manchester United have also been linked with a swoop.
However, the Italian club have since turned their attentions to the Red Devils’ Matteo Darmian , while Albert Botines has affirmed that no approaches have been made and that the player is happy with Arsenal.
'Bale should snub Man Utd to stay at Madrid'
Wales boss Ryan Giggs has told Gareth Bale to forget the approaches of Manchester United and stay instead at Real Madrid.
Giggs is an Old Trafford legend but he has counselled his current charge that remaining at the Bernabeu would be best for his career.
Bale has struggled to win playing time in recent months under Zinedine Zidane, and while that has led to reports of a potential exit in the summer, his international manager does not see that has a major concern.
Wilshere likely to leave Arsenal
A soaring wage bill could see Jack Wilshere squeezed out of Arsenal in the summer, The Sun reports.
A lack of Champions League football has seen the Gunners struggle to keep up with their outgoings and it is claimed that Wilshere will have to take a 25 per cent wage cut to stay at the Emirates.
Madrid concerned with Isco
Real Madrid are concerned that Isco is spending too much time on business ventures rather than focusing on his football, according to Diario Gol .
The report suggests the Spain international has been buying up property and fancies himself as something of an entrepreneur, while the Bernabeu hierarchy are worried that his new enterprises are getting in the way of his development on the pitch.
Poch halts Spurs' hunt for new director
Mauricio Pochettino has put the brakes on Tottenham's proposal to appoint a new sporting director at the club, the Times reports.
The Argentine is said to be eager to retain a big influence on the club's transfer activity, and with rumours abound that Europe's elite are ready to swoop for the manager, the London club's decision to bow to his wishes is sure to increase their chances of holding on to the 46-year-old.
Madrid to ditch Theo
Real Madrid are set to part ways with Theo Hernandez in the summer, Spanish outlet Don Balon claims.
The left-back has not lived up to expectations at the Santiago Bernabeu, with too many mistakes in his game leading the club to feel he is not at the required level to be an understudy to Marcelo.
Kroos wants time to decide on future
Toni Kroos has asked Real Madrid for 30 days to decide what he wants to do after the World Cup, reports Diario Gol .
The midfielder has a contract through 2022 with the Spanish giants, but with Manchester United interested in bringing in the German and the season at Madrid not going well, he is considering leaving this summer.
Mou bullying Shaw could hurt Bale move
Jose Mourinho's bullying of Luke Shaw could impact Manchester United's summer plans to sign Gareth Bale, The Daily Mail claims.
Bale and Shaw are part of the same agency, and Bale's representatives are furious with Mourinho over how he's dealt with Shaw since taking over at Old Trafford.
Sessegnon could snub Man United
Ryan Sessegnon could snub interest from Tottenham and Manchester United if Fulham win promotion to the Premier League, The Sun reports.
The 17-year-old is among the hottest prospects in England, but has made it clear that he would be willing to stay at Craven Cottage if he can play in the Premier League next season.
West Ham lead Garry Rodrigues chase
West Ham have moved in front in the race to land Garry Rodrigues from Galatasaray, reports Turkish outlet Takvim .
The 27-year-old is also being chased by Newcastle and Everton, but the Hammers have moved in front in their bid to add to the side's attacking strength with a €12m offer.
The Turkish side, however, are reportedly holding out for closer to €18m.
Napoli favourites to land Denis Suárez
Napoli are the favourites to land Barcelona's Denis Suarez from Barcelona this summer, reports Don Balon .
The 24-year-old has been pushed down the pecking order with the Spanish side since the arrival of Philippe Coutinho.
LA Galaxy confirm Ibrahimovic signing
The LA Galaxy have announced the signing of Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Sigi Schmid's side confirmed the move for the 36-year-old one day after Manchester United announced his departure from the club.
Man Utd to launch £40m bid for Douglas Costa
Manchester United are planning a £40million bid for Douglas Costa this summer and are confident of landing the Brazilian, according to The Mirror .
The winger is on a season-long loan with Juventus from Bayern Munich, and the Italian side could scupper United's plans as they have an option to buy at the end of the season.
Roma have deal in place for goalkeeper
With Alisson's future in doubt, Roma have reached an agreement with Malmo for Marko Johansson, Gianluca Di Marzio reports.
Red Bull Leipzig are also interested in the 19-year-old and could offer him a starting job, with Malmo willing to let the teenager make his own decision on which club he would like to join.
Sounders bringing in Diego Capel
The Seattle Sounders are on the verge of a deal for Spanish winger Diego Capel, according to multiple reports (via MLSsoccer.com ).
Capel most recently played in Belgium for Anderlecht. He's also played in Italy, Portugal and in Spain over the course of his career.
Ibra open to World Cup call
Zlatan Ibrahimovic claims it us up to him to decide if he will come out of international retirement to lead Sweden at the World Cup.
"They're calling me every day, asking how do you feel, what do you want, what are you thinking, how's the situation?
"But it's one step at a time. If I feel good and I feel able and I can do what I know I can do, the door will always be open."