All the transfer rumors from around the footballing world, the Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and more.
PSG has entered the race for Eriksen
The French side is ready to outbid Inter Milan who has an agreement with the player but not with the club. (Mirror)
Atletico CEO travels to Paris for Cavani
Atletico Madrid is desperate to secure the services of Edinson Cavani.
CEO Miguel Angel Gil Marin is in Paris to negotiate a deal with PSG.
The Uruguayan striker is available on a free in the summer, but Madrid wants to bring him to Wanda Metropolitano now. (Marca)
Arteta has no chance with Stones
Mikel Arteta has tried to return to his old club for a trusted player.
Arsenal has enquired about the availability of John Stones from Manchester City.
For right now the defending Premier League Champions appear intent on holding on to the England center-back. (Manchester Evening News)
Chelsea unlikely to pursue Bournemouth pair
Chelsea has a buy back clause on defender Nathan Ake, and have been linked continuously with his teammate Callum Wilson.
Breath easy Bournemouth fans.
While Lampard needs another defender, it appears the £40m buy-back option for Dutchman is a no go right now.
Likewise, a striker is another necessity at the Bridge but Callum Wilson does not fit Lampard’s bill. (Sky Sports)
Woodward heading to France to sign Soumare
Manchester United CEO Ed Woodward was spotted traveling to France via Eurostar.
While there are stary eyed rumors of deals for Mbappe and Neymar, the reality is he is on his way to Lille.
United are interested in 20-year old French midfielder Boubakary Soumare. (Star)
Inter starting to look like United
Inter Milan are after another player associated with Manchester United.
They have already signed Lukaku and Sanchez. They are rumored to have a deal in place for Young.
Now they are reported to be bringing in former United defender Matteo Darmian.
Darmian only joined Parma this past summer from United. But his impressive form has caught the eye of Antonio Conte. (Tuttomercatoweb – in Italian)