Inter Miami, the Major League Soccer side co-founded by David Beckham and managed by Phil Neville, want to sign two former England internationals - centre-half Ryan Shawcross, 33, from Stoke City and full-back Kieran Gibbs, 31, from West Brom. (Sun)
Manchester City are to end their pursuit of Inter Milan's Argentina forward Lautaro Martinez, as the 23-year-old is expected to sign a new deal with the Serie A side. (Eurosport)
Manchester City will reportedly face competition from Paris Saint-Germain in their bid to sign Romelu Lukaku. (Daily Mail)
Real Madrid are favourites to sign Bayern Munich and Austria left-back David Alaba, 28, with Chelsea unwilling to meet the defender's wage demands of £400,000 per week. (ESPN)
Manchester United have reportedly identified RB Leipzig's Ibrahima Konate as their main centre-back target for the summer after ditching plans to go for Dayot Upamecano. (Daily Mail)
Newcastle United's English forward Dwight Gayle, 31, is frustrated at the lack of playing time at St James' Park and could leave on a free transfer when his contract expires in the summer. (Chronicle)
Chelsea have already held talks over a potential summer deal to land Dayot Upamecano, according to reports. (Sun)
Sweden goalkeeper Robin Olsen, 31, wants to convert his loan move from Roma to Everton into a permanent deal. (Goal)
Liverpool are eyeing up a deal for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Pedro Goncalves with the Portuguese side braced for a summer approach, according to reports. (Sun)
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is reportedly eyeing a summer move for Real Madrid forward Vinicius Junior. (Daily Express)
Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says it would be "an honour" to sign Liverpool's Mohamed Salah but insists the club have no imminent plans to move for the 28-year-old Egypt forward. (Daily Mirror)
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has rejected the offer of a new two-year contract and plans to join another European club on a free transfer at the end of the season.
Crystal Palace are unsure whether to offer manager Roy Hodgson, 73, a new contract for next season. The former England boss' current deal expires in the summer. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United will wait until the end of the season before opening contract talks with Norwegian boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, whose current deal expires at the end of 2021-22. (Sun)
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is considering letting Brazil goalkeeper Ederson, 27, take penalties - his team have missed three of the seven spot-kicks they have been awarded this season. (Independent)
Jurgen Klopp is frustrated with Liverpool's transfer policy after the club did not try to sign Senegal defender Kalidou Koulibaly, 29, from Napoli in January.
Northern Ireland will play the United States for the first time in a friendly at Windsor Park on March 28.
Both legs of Arsenal's Europa League last-32 tie against Benfica are set to be played in neutral venues in order to satisfy UK coronavirus restrictions. (Sky Sports)
Manchester City will open contract negotiations with John Stones, 26, this summer in recognition of the England defender's role in their title charge. (Times)
Burnley axed Erik Pieters at the last minute from their FA Cup defeat to Bournemouth after Bournemouth staff reminded them that he was suspended. (Sun)
West Ham made the first concussion substitution in English football as defender Issa Diop went off during Tuesday's FA Cup tie at Manchester United. (Sky Sports)
Dover's chairman, Jim Parmenter, has threatened to "cease football operations" and place all of the club's staff on furlough this week if the National League continues without funding. (Guardian)
AC Milan are set to open talks with Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 39, on a new contract that would tie him to the club until he was 41. (Sun)
The EFL is expected to try to revive salary caps after an independent panel upheld a PFA claim that they are 'unlawful and unenforceable'. (Daily Mail)
Fears are growing the 2021 Scottish Cup may be scrapped after the lower league suspension was extended. (Scottish Sun)
Hollywood stars Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds have officially completed their takeover of Wrexham.