Transfer news LIVE: All the latest Premier League summer deals, EFL signings and the rest of Europe

The Premier League season only finished a couple of days ago, but clubs up and down the country are already getting down to business in the transfer market.

Manchester City are planning a £200million summer spending spree after winning the title, Tottenham have been offered the chance to re-sign Gareth Bale on loan and Manchester United are looking to France for new signings.

Sportsmail brings you all the latest transfer news from the top-flight, the EFL and around Europe.

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Emotional scenes at his press conference this afternoon, as while Roma are ready to hand him a contract off the pitch, he is not quite done on it.

The net result was a tearful send off for the 35-year-old who has vowed to end his career elsewhere… but not before his team-mates gathered around to send him on his way.

Wow 👏

Every Roma player turned up to Daniele De Rossi’s farewell press to give him a standing ovation and a hug.

(🎥 @ASRomaEN)

It’s not often you see Leicester City and Arsenal fighting it out in the transfer window but the race to sign Ismaila Sarr, who is expected to leave Rennes, is on. It appears a fee of around £25million could convince Rennes to sell their star man. Here is more on Arsenal’s interest.

Well that’s one way to fuel rumours of a transfer, with Paris Saint-Germain posting on James Rodriguez’s Instagram post following his return from injury.

His future at Real Madrid is unclear this summer, and it appears he is unwanted at Bayern Munich too where he has been on loan.

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Alex Baptiste, Jake Bidwell, Jordan Cousins, Joel Lynch and Pawel Wszolek are among those to depart Loftus Road.

🔚 Alex Baptiste, Jake Bidwell, @jordancousins94, Joel Lynch and Pawel Wszolek have all left #QPR.

Whether Real Madrid want him or not, it does not appear Gareth Bale is ready to leave the Spanish capital anytime soon. According to his agent, the Welshman has a three-year-deal at Real and is only interested in trying to find a way back into the side. More here.

If I was on the same money as Bale, I think I would adopt a similar attitude.

Bayern may be on the brink of another Bundesliga title but it has been an alarming campaign given the way they were convincingly dumped out of Europe by Liverpool.

A new era is on the way with veteran stars Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben on their way out, and a tearful Rafinha will now follow, after announcing he too would depart in the summer.

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The veteran full-back joined the club last summer from Juventus but is set to see his playing chances diminish in the future. The latest on his Gunners career is here.

Paulo Dybala’s future at Juventus is far from certain following a troubled campaign where he struggled to form an effective partnership with Cristiano Ronaldo.

Manchester United are interested in the striker but now so are Atletico Madrid who may have an Antoine Griezmann shaped hole to fill this summer.

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Michy Batshuayi has only been on loan at Crystal Palace from Chelsea since January but the striker has impressed enough to warrant manager Roy Hodgson calling on the Eagles to make his stay a permanent one. 

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Jean-Clair Todibo made a surprise switch to Barcelona from Toulouse in January but has since found it a struggle to break into the first team. His agent has more on his immediate future here.

Swansea will hold out for £2m compensation for Graham Potter after rejecting initial Brighton approach. via @MailSport

One positive perhaps for Manchester United, yes there is one in these dark times, is the prospect of Juan Mata staying on beyond the summer.

Mata’s current deal expires this in July but talks over a new deal took place immediately following the 2-0 defeat by Cardiff City.

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Because the perhaps important thing to consider here is that Allegri has not done a bad job at Juventus as he has helped them maintain their dominance in the Italian top flight. Blaise Matuidi is one of the playing staff members keen for Allegri to stay on.

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What a state it really is over at Manchester United. Even the ‘so called’ wonderkids want out it seems, with Angel Gomes growing increasingly frustrated with a lack of first-team chances under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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Brighton & Hove Albion wasted no time in sacking Chris Hughton just hours after the end of the Premier League season, and as they look to rebuild next term they could turn to Graham Potter who is in talks with the south coast club.

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I can’t wait until this saga is resolved. Nearly every manager under the sun has been linked with this post, which isn’t even officially vacant, in the past few months.

I’m tempted to throw my name in the hat given my success with Football Manager over the years (got Woking promoted to the Premier League in six seasons, stuff like that doesn’t go unnoticed, Neil).

But the new favourite to replace the seemingly exit bound Massimiliano Allegri is Didier Deschamps. More of which you can read about here.

If there is one thing that West Ham United have needed in recent years it is stability and following a decent first season under Manuel Pellegrini where they have finished tenth, it appears they will get it. The Argentine has had interest from Barcelona which you can read more about here.

The highly rated 19-year-old only joined the club in January from Manchester City in a £22million deal but has since found first team chances fairly limited. The midfielder is now concerned that the situation will not improve anytime soon, with plans to send him out on loan. More here.

Bit of a U-turn from Gundogan here, having only two months ago seen talks over a new deal fall through due to fear of being denied further first-team chances.

But this has improved since and he is now ready to reenter discussions.

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The experienced full-back has turned down a one-year contract offer from Atletico Madrid and will leave the Wanda Metropolitano. The downside? Well, he is 34-years-old now so is getting on a bit… Still, here is more on his future.

Francis Cagigao is set to become the head of recruitment at Arsenal, a post he has held on an interim basis since January following Sven Mislintat’s departure.

As a scout he has a proven track record in bringing in stars to the club, and he could be joined by former Arsenal star Edu as part of the recruitment team.

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And who wouldn’t be? But that is a slight concern for Arsenal fans following his productive year in front of goal this season, bagging 19 strikes.

The good news for supporters is that Barcelona’s interest only looks like developing if a move for Antoine Griezmann falls through. Either way we have more on the above here.

The transfer window opens in a couple of days time but where are the deals likely to happen?

Outside of the headline move including Eden Hazard to Real Madrid, our friends at Betway have selected a few potential moves they think are most likely to go through?

Wilfried Zaha and Kieran Trippier are most likely to depart but what about that one at the bottom. Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich? Stranger things have happened…

Wilfried Zaha to Arsenal 8/15
Kieran Trippier to Napoli 8/15
Antoine Griezmann to Barcelona 8/13
Paul Pogba to Real Madrid 4/6
Gareth Bale to Manchester United 8/11
David de Gea to PSG 11/10
Jack Grealish to Tottenham 5/2
Ryan Fraser to Arsenal 5/2
Mauro Icardi to Juventus 100/30
Mauro Icardi to Manchester United 100/30
Callum Hudson-Odoi to Bayern Munich 100/30
Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich 7/2

Paul Pogba is looking for a way out of Manchester United, and Real Madrid are ready to offer him a path – but that route is already causing problems.

The midfielder’s £13million salary demands are large enough to cause even the Spanish giants to baulk, and you can find out more about the state of play in that move here.

Granted, he is not the biggest name that is going to appear on this page today but he certainly knows how to score like one of the giants of the game.

Stevenage have completed the signing of Jason Crowley from the wonderfully named non-League side Bromsgrove Sporting. 

If you want to know what all the fuss is about… well just watch what he can do in front of goal.

Substitution in the chair as Joe departs, with Dan Ripley here to see through until the evening… and we have a done deal on the way…

Matteo Guendouzi’s rapid rise is set to continue as Arsenal reward the young midfielder with a new deal that will almost double his wages to £75,000 a week.

Guendouzi was expected to take his time to settle in north London after arriving from Lorient last summer but the 20-year-old has 47 games under his belt in an impressive first campaign and is looking forward to the Europa League final.

He has three years left on the £40,000-a-week deal he signed after swapping the French second division for the Premier League but , according to The Sun, Guendouzi’s new contract will run to 2023 and will also include more performance-related bonuses on top of the £75,000 a week.


Mesut Ozil has made it clear he will not be leaving Arsenal in the summer.

The midfielder has had a difficult season under Unai Emery and is the north London club’s highest earner on £350,000 a week. There had been suggestions he could move in the upcoming transfer window.

But he has recently returned to form and favour under the Spaniard and he has a deal running until 2021.


Barcelona are not willing to let Philippe Coutinho leave the club for less than £100million.

The midfielder has had a difficult 18 months at the Nou Camp since joining from Liverpool for £140m. He has failed to fill the void left by Neymar following his record breaking move to PSG.

And now Spanish newspaper Sport are claiming that he will be axed in the summer window.


SAMI MOKBEL: Tottenham are aiming to nullify any doubts Mauricio Pochettino has about the club’s ambition with an early swoop for Ryan Sessegnon.

Pochettino has gone on record to say he wants new signings to arrive as early possible in order to integrate them into his squad as quickly as possible ahead of the season.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, however, has a reputation as someone who prefers to strike deals towards the latter stages of transfer windows.


Timo Werner could still head to Liverpool this summer after RB Leipzig CEO Oliver Mintzlaff insisted they are no closer to a deal with Bayern Munich.

Werner has been linked with a move to Liverpool this season but Bayern were thought to be at the front of the queue after the striker did not extend his contract, which expires next year.

The 23-year-old has 16 Bundesliga goals this campaign and looks set to quit the Red Bull Arena.


Paris Saint-Germain are preparing to blow their summer transfer budget on three Real Madrid players when the window reopens.

According to French newspaper Le Parisien, the Ligue 1 champions are interested in bringing Gareth Bale, Toni Kroos and Isco to the Parc des Princes.

They claim that PSG will offer around £180million for the trio, who are all available if Real Madrid’s demands are met.


Manchester United are reportedly eyeing moves for Ligue 1 duo Nicolas Pepe and Adrien Rabiot this summer.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set for a busy transfer window after seeing his side end the Premier League season in dreadful form — with Sunday’s 2-0 loss to Cardiff leaving United with five defeats in their final nine games.

Pepe, 23, has been in fine form for Lille this season, providing 20 goals and 11 assists in 36 league starts.


Tottenham have reportedly been offered a deal to re-sign Gareth Bale on loan from Real Madrid.

Bale left Spurs in 2013 when Real made him the world’s most expensive footballer at the time with an £86million transfer fee.

The Welshman is on a hugely lucrative contract at the Bernabeu but he is not valued highly by head coach Zinedine Zidane.


JACK GAUGHAN: Pep Guardiola is targeting as many as four new faces to keep Manchester City on top in a spree that could reach £200million.

Guardiola wants to ‘freshen up’ his squad with a defender, two midfielders and a striker on the agenda.

Atletico Madrid central midfielder Rodri is a target, with City mindful of a need to find competition for Fernandinho, who turned 34 this month.


…and welcome to Sportsmail’s live coverage of the transfer window.

It may not be officially open yet, but that isn’t stopping clubs from planning some huge summer moves as they bid to improve on last season.

First up, some of the big stories from overnight. 


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