Transfer News: Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is considering leaving the club for Steven Gerrard’s Al-Ettifaq in Saudi Arabia. They have yet to make a formal bid for the 33-year-old England midfielder, but do want to sign him.
Paris St-Germain will do everything possible to attract Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane to club-although his first choice remains Bayern Munich.
Barcelona want to sign Manchester City and Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva but their back-up plan is to approach Tottenham and Argentina’s Giovani lo Celso.
Nottingham Forest have followed up their long-standing interest in PSV Eindhoven and Ivory Coast midfielder Ibrahim Sangare by making an offer.
Liverpool are ready to make an offer for Chelsea’s English centre-back Levi Colwill.
Manchester United, Newcastle and Aston Villa are all interested in Atletico Madrid and Portugal forward Joao Felix.
West Ham are becoming frustrated with the delay in selling England midfielder Declan Rice for 105m pounds, which is being caused by delays with paperwork being drawn up by Arsenal’s lawyers.
Everton are interested in unattached French striker Moussa Dembele and Leicester’s English forward Jarmie Vardy.
Newcastle remain locked in talks with Leicester over their English winger Harvey Barnes with the Magpies considering an opening offer of about 30m pounds.
Nice and Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey has a big-money offer on the table to move to Saudi Arabia.
Tottenham and Denmark midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg is on a long list of potential Atletico Madrid targets.
Chelsea are open to selling English centre-back Trevoh Chalobah this summer should the right offer emerge.
Manchester City have turned down bids in the region of 30m pounds for their England Under-21 midfielder James McAtee.
Bristol City have rejected a 15m pounds offer from Bournemouth for 19-year-old English midfielder Alex Scott.
Manchester United’s English defender Will Fish has agreed to rejoin Hibernian on another season-long loan.
Wolves are open to offers for Spaniard Jonny Castro Otto amid talks to re-sign Republic of Ireland full-back Matt Doherty.
Chelsea and United States midfielder Christian Pulisic will wear the number 11 shirt when he completes a move to AC Milan.