The transfer window for the biggest clubs in Europe is closed, but you can click here to browse all the contracts. The transfer of talks will continue to spill the world's media and will set the correspondents to see what is on the agenda for the summer.
TOP STORY: United want Eriksen to begin rebuilding
As speculation about who could arrive at Manchester United this summer, London's Standard Night announced that United had put the Playmaker at Tottenham Christian Eriksen at the heart of their reconstruction plans, while Telegraph says Everton Richardson is a goal.
Eriksen has just over a year left his contract to run and yet another has to agree, although Spanish counterpart Mauricio Pochettino said he was optimistic that the talks would succeed.
Standard says United have been aware of the difficulties of negotiating with Spurs president Daniel Levi, but were encouraged by Erichsen's reluctance to sign. "
He adds that Levi would like to sell Eriksen to a club like Real Madrid, not a rival to the Premier League and "will demand more than 60 million pounds" for the Danish International, which costs the club 11 million pounds when it arrived in 2013 .
Meanwhile, the Sun announced that Barcelona plans to meet £ 100m for United Marcus Rashford.
England forward Rashford is reportedly not willing to sign a new deal with a deal in the summer of 2020, which could see Bayern launch a player bid that could continue if the Champions League football was not delivered earlier, and not later.
23.11 BST: It will bring a live release of "Transfer Talk" live on Friday. Be sure to check back a lot briefly as we return with the latest gossip that retreated from the back of Saturday.
21.56 BST: If Chelsea's transfer ban is confirmed, there is one hole that could be seen this summer, technically speaking, adding a midfielder this summer. "Mirror" said Real Madrid offered blues Mateo Kovačič on loan for another season, with the obligation to buy a 24-year-old for £ 26m after the 2019-20 season.
20.19 BST: The race for Nicholas Pepe officially started with the Getting French Football News quoting L & # 39; Equipe as reporting that Inter has submitted the first official bid for the Ivory Coast, offering Lille 70 million euros for the 23-year-old.
18.42 BST: The top brass in Atletico Madrid grew tired of Diego Costaand with the intention of selling it for what they can get for him this summer, according to Mundo Deportivo. The report states that Diego Simeone still loves Costa, but the hierarchy is quiet and will move the 30-year-old to the highest bidder.
17.05 BST: Tottenham want to sign the Roma midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo, which will cost about £ 35 million, and Aston Villa Jack Grillish, with whom they were also linked last summer, according to Post Office. Crystal Palace may also be ready to bid for Greenlich, the report added.
16.32 BST: RKS Sport announced that Paris Saint-Germain has agreed to a deal with the midfielder of Manchester United Ander Herrera – and if that is the case, the Athletic Bilbao hopes to sign the finishers.
15.51 BST: Crystal Palace chief Roy Hodgson said the star Wilfried Zaha, which is said to be interesting for many clubs, could be on the way in the summer. "I do not rule out the fact that such a thing could come when we sit down – it would be wrong to do so," Hodgson told a news conference.
"The point is that nobody in the club really did not care about the sale of Wilf Zaha, so we hope that we will not get those offers, but I'm real."
14.33 BST: Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck
13.49 BST: Sky Sports has announced that Fulham is Ryan Sesignon, who is linked to Tottenham, did not give up his future to the club that was dropped. Sezegon, according to the agreement until next year, is quoted as saying, "I am still a football player, and in that regard, that's all I can say at the moment."
12.57 BST: Mohammed Diame, from a deal in the summer, said he could leave Newcastle while he was waiting to see if the club would give him a one-year extension of the deal. "I've always said I'm happy to play for this club and these fans," Sky said. "But this is football and you have to deal with it."
12.25 BST: Rangers manager Steven Gerrard sees the summer and wants to sign a 20-year-old krill Jake Husty from Motherwell. "It's no secret that there is interest there," he told reporters. "But until we finish it, there's nothing to really say."
11.57 BST: Ole Gunnar Soxjaer said he believes a midfielder Paul Pogba, relocated to move to Real Madrid, will still be at Old Trafford next season.
Solskjaer, who spoke about his desire to build his new team around Pogba, told a press conference: "You can not guarantee anything in football, but yes, I think Paul will be here. I can assure you he is very determined to succeed in Manchester United. "
11.10 BST: The bournemouth boss Eddie Howe concentrates on here and now, instead of looking ahead in the summer window. He told a press conference: "We have not formulated any plans regarding the transfer goals or anyone next year – we firmly sees this season. I will talk to the owner and the relevant people at the club at the end of the season where we will formulate our plans ".
10.41 BST: And more – RMC Sport reported that Athletic Bilbao complicated the PSG's quest Ander Herrera with an offer for Manchester United midfielder.
10.04 BST: More than Manchester United now, and reports suggest that the defender Eric Bailey may be on his way to Arsenal. Baili does not play for United since the Champions League binds against Paris Saint-Germain and has been linked to the Gunners in the past.
09.20 BST: Real Madrid, Fede Valverde, said he wants to stay at the club next season. The Uruguayan international, who has made 23 appearances for Madrid this season, told Radio Oda: "Those who want to leave Real Madrid have something wrong in the head, if they give me the chance to stay, I will stay."
08.40 BST: Portugal's A Balla has released a list of Juventus players who Serie A champions are ready to include as part of an agreement to bring the Benfica star Joao Felix in Turin.
Juventus is among the clubs who want to sign the 19-year-old midfielder, but Benfica insisted this week that they do not intend to sell any of their stars, including Felix, this summer. The player has a clause for the release of 120m euros and although Juve allegedly wants to play only 70m euros, they will also add several of their players to the deal.
Juventus players are ready to join the Brazilian left back Rogerio, on a loan in Sassuolo. Chelsea, Wolves and Newcastle, the 21-year-old player was announced in the winter window, but the cost of the 20 million-euro Jouve was considered too high.
Joao Serralo is a 19-year-old central defender who joined Juve at 16 of Porto. The Brazilian rightback Lucas Rosa is 20 and joins Juve last summer from Palmeiras. Lke Serrao, he plays for the reserves. Also, the list is Mateus Pereira, A 21-year-old Brazilian wing.
08.00 BST: Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku said he would be a "dream" to play in Serie A but found that he had previously refused to join Juventus.
Speaking of Sky Sport Italia, the 25-year-old says he does not regret the rejection of the chance to move to Torino when he left Chelsea for Everton in 2014, but a move in Italy still likes him.
"Playing in Serie A is a dream for me, it will really be a dream," he said. "I hope I can play there sooner or later, although I'm focused on the present, which is in the United States and is trying to finish the fourth.
"When I decided to leave Chelsea, I had the chance to go to Juventus. I do not know why, but I simply did not like it – something did not convince me."
WORLD TAX (by Richard Edwards): Revolving door could see Richardson arriving at Old Trafford
Living in Vida Locka … in Molineuse?
They got one at Arsenal in Molineux on Wednesday – and now it looks like Wolves could beat North Londoners in a race for a player who has long been identified in response to the Gunners' defensive troubles.
The Turkish exit Sporx says the wolves want to bring Domagoj Vida from Besiktas for 13 million pounds. The Croatian international was the mainstay of the party that reached the World Cup finals, and is under contract until 2022.
Arsenal was the favorite for his signature, and almost followed last summer, when the deal fell, after Besiktas insisted on David Ospina moving in the opposite direction.
– Lester is reportedly withdrawing from the offer for a prolific striker at Atalanta Andrea Petana. The Guardian reported that Spal's attacker could borrow his football's "King of Power" on a loan if Leicester had to come out with 20 million euros.
– According to the Dutch exit De Telegraph, Club America Star Edson Alvarez may be the next Mexican who will join the Eredivisie club PSV Eindhoven.