Goal summarises the biggest transfer talk from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, the Bundesliga and beyond
MADRID WANT BELLERIN
Real Madrid want to beat Barcelona to the signing of Hector Bellerin and are willing to offer Danilo in exchange, according to Don Balon.
Florentino Perez hopes to offload the Brazilian and strengthen Zinedine Zidane's right-sided options and would reportedly love to beat Barca to the Arsenal star.
PL CLUBS TO FIGHT FOR GRAY
Tottenham, Everton and Liverpool will all fight to sign Leciester City winger Demarai Gray at the end of the season, according to a report from the Mirror.
The Foxes attacker is growing frustrated with his lack of playing time at the King Power, having played only two full games for the club this season, and will reluctantly push for a move in the summer.
A number of clubs are monitoring Gray's situation, with the aforementioned trio thought to be at the forefront of the battle for the £22 million man's signature.
MBAPPE WANTS REAL MADRID MOVE
Teenage Monaco sensation Kylian Mbappe wants to work under Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid, according to Marca.
The 18-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United, but has his sights set on a move to La Liga. However, any move would likely cost Madrid €100 million due to the demand for Mbappe after his incredible breakthrough season in France.
CHELSEA WANT STOCKDALE
Chelsea are looking to sign Brighton & Hove Albion goalkeeper David Stockdale as a back-up option to Thibaut Courtois, according to the Mirror.
The Albion shot-stopper sees his contract expire at the end of the season despite helping Chris Hughton's side gain promotion to the Premier League.
Chelsea require a replacement for Asmir Begovic, who could join Bournemouth as he searches for regular first-team football.
LACAZETTE TO JOIN ATLETICO MADRID
Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette has opted for a move to Atletico Madrid this summer according to RMC.
The striker has long been touted as a potential Arsenal signing and the news will come as a blow to the Gunners, with Atleti reportedly set to pay €40 million for the striker.
INTER READY LINDELOF BUYOUT
Inter are willing to pay the €60m release clause in Victor Lindelof’s contract over a five-year span, but Benfic are demanding they pay it in three, according to reports in Italy.
Manchester United have also been heavily linked with Lindelof, but are so far unwilling to go above €45m.
CHELSEA KEEN ON CELTIC STRIKER
Chelsea are keen to land primising Celtic forward Michael Johnston, according to the Daily Star.
The teenager has one year left on his deal and has starred at the academy level, though he has yet to break through with the first team.
Stoke and Derby are also interested in the promising youngster.
BAYERN OPEN ALEXIS TALKS
Bayern Munich have opened talks with Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez's agent as they continue to plan a summer bid for the forward, according to the Daily Mirror.
Alexis has 12 months left on his contract, and Bayern have subsequently made the Chile international one of their top targets.
As such, the club have held talks with the player's representative, though former Gunners winger Serge Gnabry has been targeted as a potential back-up signing.
MAN UTD TARGET WONDERKID DONNARUMMA
Manchester United, Juventus and Real Madrid are all interested in signing Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma as the summer transfer window approaches, per Calciomercato.
The 18-year-old is set to be offered a new contract this summer, worth €3.2 million-per-year, and Milan could also offer the stopper the captaincy as a bid to keep him at the club.
However, Donnarumma's agent, Mino Raiola, is keen for his client to earn €4m-per-year, and is acutely aware of the interest from other clubs.
PSG EYE MANCINI
PSG may replace manager Unai Emery with Roberto Mancini this summer, according to a report from Don Balon.
The French club are three points behind Monaco in Ligue 1, and their rivals have a game in hand, while PSG are out of the Champions League.
Thus they are contemplating a change in management, with Mancini a shock candidate to take the reins ahead of the 2017-18 season.
BARCELONA TO LAUNCH FRESH COUTINHO BID
Barcelona are poised to make a bid worth up to £51 million for Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho, according to Sport.
The Catalan club are desperate to land the Brazil international this summer, but are equally keen not to upset the balance in the club's dressing room, and are thus wary of offering Coutinho a huge contract if he does move to Camp Nou.
GRIEZMANN AGREES MAN UTD CONTRACT
Antoine Griezmann has agreed a £280,000-a-week deal to join Manchester United after Atletico Madrid's flop in the Champions League semi-final first leg, according to The Sun.
United will be forced to meet the £89million buy-out clause in the striker's current deal, but the Frenchman is Jose Mourinho's top transfer target heading into the summer.
Griezmann was concerned about the Old Trafford club's Champions League hopes for next season but has been given assurances over more signings.
HOFFENHEIM TO SPEAK WITH IHEANACHO
Manchester City have granted German side Hoffenheim permission to speak with Kelechi Iheanacho, reports OwnGoal Nigeria.
The 20-year-old does is not in Pep Guardiola's plans because he doesn't suit the playing style the manager likes, despite his goalscoring ability.
The German club are ready to pounce but will face competition from around Europe for the young forward.
LIVERPOOL WANT FABREGAS
Liverpool are planning a shock swoop for Cesc Fabregas, the Daily Star reports.
Fabregas is set to find playing time even more difficult to come by as Antonio Conte prepares to add to his squad over the summer, and the Spaniard would prefer to remain in England.
Jose Mourinho has also been credited with an interest in the World Cup winner.
VAN DIJK IN, ZOUMA OUT AT CHELSEA
Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma will be loaned out next season to make room for Virgil van Dijk, the Telegraph reports.
The article also claims that Andreas Christensen is part of the Blues' defensive plans next term and will not be used as a makeweight in any potential deal for the Southampton stopper. Zouma, however, will be allowed to leave temporarily to ensure plenty of first-team football following an injury-hit 2016-17 season.
CITY TO PAY £50m FOR COMAN
Manchester City are still very much interested in signing Kingsley Coman from Bayern Munich, the Times reports.
The France winger's move to Bavaria was made permanent last week, but City believe they can still capitalise on Carlo Ancelotti's apparent indifference to the youngster with a £50 million bid.
MILAN CLOSE TO MUSACCHIO DEAL
Italian outlet CalcioMercato reports that AC Milan are on the verge of completing a deal to sign Mateo Musacchio from Villarreal.
The article states that the Rossoneri will pay €18m for the defender's services, with the Argentina international ready to put pen to paper on a four-year contract.
MONACO REJECT MAN UTD MBAPPE BID
Manchester United have seen a bid of €85m rejected for Monaco's 18-year-old striker Kylian Mbappe, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
The Ligue 1 leaders are holding out for a monstrous fee of between €120m and €140m, indicating their desire to hold on to the teenager for at least one more season.
MLS IN TALKS OVER MEXICO'S VELA
Major League Soccer are once again in talks with Real Sociedad to bring forward Carlos Vela to North America, according to ESPNFC.
The Mexico international is being linked to 2018 expansion side LAFC and the LA Galaxy, with a proposed transfer fee of $10 million.
JUVENTUS JOIN DEMBELE CHASE
Juventus have joined the race for highly-rated Celtic forward Moussa Dembele, according to talkSPORT.
Dembele, who has also been strongly linked with Chelsea, could be set for a big move in the summer after scoring 32 goals in all competitions in his maiden campaign at Celtic Park.
NAPOLI REJECT €30M MERTENS BID
Napoli have rejected a €30 million bid from West Ham for Dries Mertens, according to Radio CRC.