PSG willing to sell Neymar
Paris Saint-Germain no longer consider Neymar untouchable in the face of a possible huge offer from Real Madrid for the Brazil superstar, reports Mundo Deportivo.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is thought to value Neymar above all else, and new PSG boss Thomas Tuchel would use the money to reinforce multiple positions in his side.
The only PSG player considered off-limits by the Ligue 1 winners is teenage star Kylian Mbappe.
Willian still wants to quit Chelsea despite Sarri appointment
Chelsea attacker Willian still wants to depart the club this summer, despite the appointment of Maurizio Sarri, reports the Sun.
Willian fell out with previous Blues boss Antonio Conte, so the club’s officials hoped Sarri’s hiring and playing philosophy would tempt the winger to stay.
However, Willian has already had his head turned by talk of a move to Barcelona and Real Madrid, with Brazil team-mate Philippe Coutinho talking to him during the World Cup about joining the La Liga champions.
Pavard to join Bayern Munich
Benjamin Pavard has agreed to join Bayern Munich from Stuttgart in 2019, according to SWR Sport.
The France international has a release clause of €35 million (£31m/$41m) which will become valid in 2019, which is considered will below his market value.
Stuttgart and Bayern are discussing a possible exit this summer with Stuttgart receiving a larger fee for Pavard’s immediate departure.
Reyes draws interest from Premier League clubs
Mexico international Diego Reyes has drawn interest from West Ham and Newcastle, reports Sky Sports.
The defender’s contract with Porto has expired, meaning he can join any side on free transfer, with Turkish club Fenerbache having made an offer for Reyes.
Everton want part-exchange for Zaha
Everton are hoping to do a cash plus player swap to land Crystal Palace attacker Wilfried Zaha, according to the Mirror.
Everton, along with West Ham, have refused Palace’s £60 million asking price but the Toffees are hoping to include former Palace player Yannick Bolasie in a swap.
Borussia Dortmund are also interested in Zaha, who is ready to move on from the club this summer.
Wenger becomes Japan’s No.1 target
Arsene Wenger is the top choice of the Japanese Football Association to take over the national team head coaching job, reports the Daily Mail.
Wenger managed in Japan with the club Nagoya Grampus Eight prior to joining Arsenal and remains a popular figure in the country.
While Wenger prefers club football, his opportunities at that level appear limited to China, which may lead him to taking Japan’s offer.
Donnarumma on Chelsea three-man shortlist
AC Milan’s Gianluigi Donnarumma has been added to a three-man shortlist of goalkeepers Chelsea want to replace Thibaut Courtois, reports the Evening Standard.
Courtois is expected to leave for Real Madrid once the Blues have lined up a replacement, and Donnarumma joins Leicester City’s Kasper Schmeichel and former Blues keeper Petr Cech on that list.
Milan are interested in Chelsea’s Alvaro Morata, and while it’s possible both players will switch teams, it is unlikely it will be done in a straight swap.
Navas willing to battle Courtois
Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas is willing to stay and fight for his place amid the likely arrival of Thibaut Courtois, reports AS.
While Navas has lost two major allies in former manager Zinedine Zidane and goalkeeping coach Luis Llopis, the Costa Rica international has no plans to ask for a transfer.
Madrid are open to keeping Navas around due to his service to the club, though Kiko Casilla and Luca Zidane would be likely to be moved on.
Everton make £14m Digne offer
Everton are targeting Barcelona full-back Lucas Digne and made £14 million ($18m) offer, reports Mundo Deportivo.
Digne is among the players Barcelona are considering moving on this summer, along with Andre Gomes, Rafinha, Marlon and Aleix Vidal.
West Ham make £20m Vida offer
West Ham have jumped ahead of Premier League rivals Everton in the hunt to sign Croatia defender Domagoj Vida, according to Milliyet.com.
The Hammers have made an offer to Besiktas of £20 million ($26m) for Vida, and are willing to pay much of that money up front.
The defender has a contract until 2022, with the club hierarchy meeting to decide whether or not to cash in on Vida.