With most of the major European seasons now complete, the rumour mill has been sent into overdrive as clubs ponder their moves ahead of what will be a busy transfer window. Check out the latest gossip below, and see all official deals here.
TOP STORY: Juve eye move for Pogba with Ronaldo, Dybala included
According to Tuttosport, the cash-strapped Bianconeri would need include a player to complete the swap that would see Pogba return to Turin.
The France international only has a year left on his deal with the Red Devils and has recently been linked to Paris Saint-Germain. Speaking on Thursday at a news conference, Pogba said there has not been a "concrete offer" from United regarding a new contract.
Sources have previously told ESPN that the club fears he will run down his contract and leave on a free transfer next summer. Should that happen, Manchester United may find ways to recoup some of the initial £89.3 million for his first transfer back from Juventus in 2016.
Dybala, 27, would only be used in a move to Old Trafford if his own contract negotiations with Juventus were to break down. The Argentina forward's deal also expires in 2022, meaning any failure to reach an agreement on an extension could see the player moved on before the club lose him on a free transfer.
Ronaldo, 36, has been linked with a move back to Manchester following a tough end to the season in Serie A. For Juventus, a move would see new boss Massimiliano Allegri reunited with the midfielder whilst trimming the wage bill as Pogba reportedly earns just under half Ronaldo's salary.
22.10 BST: New PSG signing Georginio Wijnaldum has said he thought he was going to join Barcelona this summer after leaving Liverpool but the move to the Nou Camp never materialised.
The Dutch midfielder seemed set for the Catalan club but the French side made a last-second swoop. He detailed the behind-the-scenes negotiations when speaking to reporters ahead of the Netherland's Euro 2020 opener against Ukraine.
"It was a difficult choice. We negotiated with Barcelona for four weeks, but we have not come to an agreement. PSG was more decisive and faster. The project also really appealed to me. But it was difficult. I have to say that I also thought I would go to Barcelona. That was the only club that was really interested in me for a long time."
21.00 BST: After seeing Simone Inzaghi take the managerial job at Inter Milan, Lazio defender Stefan Radu may also bolt the Stadio Olimpico for the San Siro, according to Calciomercato.
Radu has yet to extend his deal with Lazio, which could see him join the Serie A champions this summer. Inter have yet to decide what do with Aleksander Kolarov, who seems on his way out.
Kolarov had a lacklustre season despite Inter breaking Juventus' stranglehold on the Scudetto and the veteran Serbian may have to move on to find suitable playing time.
20.10 BST: Linked with a move to Barcelona in previous years, Lautauro Martinez is once again on the club's radar in a complicated scenario that would involve Emerson and Achraf Hakimi.
Martinez has stated he is happy at Inter Milan but the communications remain open between the clubs, according to Sport. If Martinez were to make it to Barcelona, it would involve Brazilian defender Emerson -- recently back from loan at Real Betis -- to go to Inter as part of a deal to bring down Martinez's transfer price down.
But if Emerson were to join the Italian club, then they would need to move Hakimi, who has been linked with Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea.
19.15 BST: As Sergio Ramos' future at Real Madrid remains uncertain, another legend of the team's backline could also be on the move. Brazil full-back Marcelo is not in Carlo Ancelotti's plans for next season, with the Mirror reporting that Everton and Leeds United could bring in for the 33-year-old on a free transfer.
Ancelotti takes over for the second time in his career at Madrid, and could eye a changing of the guard in the team's defence. Both Ramos and Marelo are seeking longer extensions but the club seems to only want to give short-term deals.
In Marcelo's case, he prefers a two-year deal minimum at £5m to make the move to English football.
Marcelo joined Madrid in 2007 and also has 58 caps for Brazil. Among his club titles are five La Liga titles, four Champions Leagues and four FIFA Club World Cups.
18.15 BST: Fiorentina hope to bring in Mexico international Erick Gutierrez on loan from PSV, according to Voetbal International. Gutierrez's career in the Netherlands has been up-and-down due to injuries but could get a career boost if he joins the Serie A side. Should he join La Viola, he'd link up with incoming boss Gennaro Gattuso, who coached Gutierrez's El Tri teammate Hirving Lozano at Napoli. Gutierrez and Lozano also rised through the ranks at Pachuca in Liga MX.
17.30 BST: Tottenham have confirmed Fabio Paratici as football managing director, with the London side announcing on Saturday that the ex-Juventus exec will now head to the Premier League side.
Paratici had been expected to join Spurs, and no doubt the main priority will be hiring a manager. Sources have told ESPN that Paulo Fonseca is the main option there after talks with Antonio Conte collapsed, with a three-year contract being discussed with 48-year-old ex-Roma boss. Fonseca left the Italian capital last month and has subsequently been replaced by former Spurs boss Jose Mourinho.
17.00 BST: Dortmund striker Erling Haaland and Tottenham's Harry Kane could both move clubs this summer.
15.58 BST: Manchester United winger Anthony Martial has reportedly been offered to Real Madrid. says the Transfer Window Podcast.
United are closing on a €100m move for Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho and may offload Martial to make room and raise some funds.
The Frenchman scored just four times last season in the Premier League for United,
15.07 BST: Bournemouth have made a new approach for Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira to be their manager next season, says the Daily Mirror.
After failing to win promotion back to the Premier League under temporary boss Jonathan Woodgate, Bournemouth are still looking for a replacement for Jason Tindall, who was sacked in February.
Vieira, who cut his managerial teeth with MLS side New York City FC and then moved to Nice before leaving in 2020, is reportedly ready for a new challenge in England.
14.47 BST: Fabrizio Romano reports that Milan and Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma will undergo his medical at PSG next week and not in the next 48 hours.
Donnarumma, 22, will leave Milan on a free transfer and sign for PSG until 2026. However, his medical tests won't be completed until after Italy vs. Switzerland at Euro 2020 on Wednesday.
13.56 BST: One of the key factors behind Granit Xhaka's impending move to Roma is the midfielder's desire to play under Jose Mourinho, sources told ESPN's James Olley.
Arsenal are in advanced talks with the Serie A side to let Xhaka go for a fee of around £16m as manager Mikel Arteta looks to raise funds to rebuild his squad, having missed out on European qualification for the first time in 26 years.
Xhaka is keen on a fresh challenge after five seasons at Emirates Stadium during which he has endured a mixed relationship with coaches and supporters.
Sources claim the Switzerland international is enthused by the prospect of working with Mourinho because he believes his strict positional discipline will suit his game.
13.15 BST: Everton are eyeing a swoop for Barcelona backup goalkeeper Neto, says Mundo Deportivo.
Neto, 31, has been unable to dislodge Marc-Andre ter Stegen from the No. 1 spot at Camp Nou and could move on this summer.
Arsenal are also keen to sign the Brazilian but have also been linked with Ajax keeper Andre Onana and may look for a younger player in their bid to find a long-term replacement for Bernd Leno.
12.40 BST: The Daily Mirror reports that Atletico Madrid defender Kieran Trippier will cost around £30m to sign this summer.
Trippier, 30, has been linked with a move to Manchester United to provide competition for Aaron Wan Bissaka after impressing as Atletico won La Liga.
The former Tottenham, Burnley and Man City full-back is reportedly open to a move, but will be £10m more expensive to sign than United would have wanted.
12.30 BST: Manager David Moyes has signed a new three-year contract with West Ham.
Moyes, 58, has managed 583 games in the Premier League, behind only Arsene Wenger, Sir Alex Ferguson and Harry Redknapp, and led West Ham to sixth place last season.
"I am delighted to have committed my future to West Ham United," said Moyes. "This is where I want to be and I'm happy. I'm excited to be given this opportunity to build on what we all have already achieved here. The owners and I are fully aligned with how we want to keep developing and improving the football club.
"The Board and everyone at the Club have been fantastic to work with, giving me great support and I feel that we are all united in what we want to achieve in the coming years and how we might be able to achieve those things."
12.02 BST: Arsenal have been linked with a move for RB Leipzig's United States international midfielder Tyler Adams.
11.12 BST: AS says that Bayern striker Robert Lewandowski is open to a move this summer.
Lewandowski, 32, has a contract at Bayern until 2023 and sources told ESPN in May that interested clubs would need to offer €60m to start negotiations over a possible move.
Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid are all keen on the striker, who has scored 294 goals in 329 games for Bayern and is representing Poland at Euro 2020.
Lewandowski has hinted previously that he would retire from football after his Bayern Munich career was over, but interest from the Premier League could tempt him into a final challenge elsewhere. He's also said he's keen to play in MLS, and live in LA, at some point.
10.38 BST: David de Gea is still in the dark about his Manchester United future, sources have told ESPN's Rob Dawson.
De Gea shared the job as United's No. 1 goalkeeper with Dean Henderson last season and even though he started the Europa League final defeat to Villarreal, the Spain international was only picked for two of the final 12 games in the Premier League.
The 30-year-old still has two years and an option on the £375,000-a-week contract he signed in September 2019 and sources have told ESPN he remains keen to play regularly at the highest level.
He has yet to be informed by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer about the Norwegian's plans for his goalkeepers next season and, as things stand, intends to return to Old Trafford after the European Championship to fight for his place.
De Gea is set to seek talks with Solskjaer before the new season starts but sources have told ESPN that he would only seek a move away if Henderson was confirmed as Solskjaer's preferred No. 1.
United remain on course to sign former academy graduate Tom Heaton, 35, on a free transfer this summer.
10.01 BST: Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger is no closer to agreeing a new contract with Chelsea and could leave, says The Athletic.
With Rudiger's contract expiring in 2022, the Blues are turning to Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane as a priority. Varane's deal also expires in 2022 and Footmercato says that he's interested in a new challenge.
09.45 BST: Manchester City's pursuit of Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish could be funded by the departure of at least one high-profile forward this summer, with sources telling ESPN's Mark Ogden that Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez face an uncertain future at the Etihad.
Sterling, 26, has two years remaining on his contract with the Premier League champions and is not close to signing a new deal, according to sources.
Mahrez, meanwhile, has frustrated manager Pep Guardiola with his inconsistency since arriving in a £60m transfer from Leicester in 2018. Although the Algeria winger produced a match-winning performance in the Champions League semifinal second-leg victory against Paris Saint-Germain last month, sources told ESPN that the 30-year-old is not guaranteed to be at the club next season.
With central defender Aymeric Laporte also open to a move back to Spain after losing his place in Guardiola's team due to the title-winning partnership of Ruben Dias and John Stones, City could raise in excess of £100m if Sterling, Mahrez and Laporte move on this summer.
09.17 BST: ICYMI - Manchester United are confident of landing top target Jadon Sancho this summer but there remain concerns that Borussia Dortmund's asking price is higher than expected, sources told ESPN's Rob Dawson.
Meanwhile, sources added the €350m package it would take to land Sancho's teammate Erling Haaland means the striker is set to stay put in Germany for now.
United are in talks with Sancho's representatives over a move to Old Trafford, and negotiations so far have been described as "smooth," with the majority of obstacles, including wage demands and agent fees, overcome 12 months ago.
A deal last summer collapsed because the two clubs were too far apart in their valuation of the 21-year-old, and while Dortmund are no longer asking for €120m, sources told ESPN their demands are still higher than United anticipated. Sources said Dortmund are looking for around €100m for Sancho, with the clubs around €20m apart in their valuations of the player.
09.00 BST: Villarreal have taken up their option to sign defender Juan Foyth from Tottenham for an undisclosed fee, the Spanish club announced.
The Argentina international made 32 appearances in all competitions since joining Villarreal on a season-long loan from Tottenham in September.
Foyth, 23, has put pen to paper on a five-year contract with the Europa League winners. Villarreal did not reveal the amount they will pay Spurs but it is reported to be in the region of €15m.
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PAPER GOSSIP (by Luke Thrower)
- Football Insider reports that Serge Aurier has agreed personal terms with PSG ahead of a move away from Tottenham Hotspur this summer. The 28-year-old has been linked with a move back to the French capital with an extension to his deal, which ends in 2022, very unlikely. The right-back has previously played under PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino in his time at Spurs with the two clubs likely to reach an agreement on a transfer fee soon.
- Danny Rose has agreed a two-year deal to join Watford, according to The Athletic. The 30-year-old left-back was recently released by Tottenham but a route back to the Premier League has become available in a move to the newly promoted side. Rose spent 14 years at Spurs which included a loan move to Vicarage Road back in 2009 as well as 29 England caps in his tenure.
- AS Roma could see the exits of Justin Kluivert and Cengiz Under this summer as Jose Mourinho is forced to let players go before signing some of his own. Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Mourinho is keen to judge both wingers in person before making a decision. Under, 23, returns to Rome following a disappointing loan at Leicester City, making just nine Premier League appearances. Kluivert, 22, also spent his time away from Italy at RB Leipzig but only made 19 appearances with four goal involvements.
- Internazionale are interested in Sassuolo forward Giacomo Raspadori, according to Corriere dello Sport with interest also from La Liga's top sides. The 21-year-old is being touted as a possible Lautaro Martinez replacement should he leave the Nerazzurri. However, Inter would not be alone in their interest for the player. Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are said to also have an eye on his development in the coming weeks. The striker recently made his debut for Italy ahead of the European Championships following a return of nine goal involvements over 27 appearances in Serie A this season.
- Atletico Madrid are interested in signing midfielder Rodrigo De Paul should they lose Saul this summer according to Mundo Deportivo. Diego Simeone's side are required to move players on this summer before strengthening. Saul, 26, has been linked with many of Europe's top clubs. Similarly De Paul, 27, has also been linked with some high profile clubs this summer following an impressive campaign for Udinese in Serie A. However, the two clubs seem to be apart in valuations. Whilst Atletico have reportedly offered €24m, Udinese are said to be holding out for closer to €45m.