Manuel Pellegrini is set to remain as Manchester City manager as the club put their summer recruitment plans in motion.
Slaven Bilic is ready to hold talks with West Ham about succeeding Sam Allardyce as manager.
Yaya Toure is keen on a move to Inter Milan and is willing to go on the cheap to push through a deal.
Manchester United are plotting a swoop for Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic if David de Gea moves to Real Madrid.
Jordan Ibe will sign a new five-year deal at Liverpool next week.
Charlie Austin says he will report for pre-season with QPR unless he is told otherwise by the club.
Manchester United could welcome Nani back in from the cold next season, after a season-long loan at Sporting Lisbon.
Tony Pulis wants to sign Crystal Palace midfielder Joe Ledley for West Brom.
Manchester United have opened talks to sign Ghana youngster Bernard Mensah, according to the player.
Chelsea are set to offer striker Patrick Bamford a new five-year contract.
Manchester City are closing in on a £35million deal for Wolfsburg star Kevin de Bruyne.
Liverpool could target Southampton captain Jose Fonte and reunite him with Dejan Lovren.
Bournemouth will go back in for Birmingham winger Demarai Gray this summer.
Gaston Ramirez has been ruled out of Hull’s final games of the season as they fight relegation.
Liverpool are confident Danny Ings will choose them over Manchester United and Real Sociedad, with the Burnley player’s contract set to expire.
Swansea are in talks for a cut-price deal for Twente striker Luc Castaignos.
Aston Villa are eyeing up new goalkeepers and are interested in Koln’s Timo Horn, Molde’s Orjan Nyland and Brentford’s David Button.
Burnley are set to revive their interest in Nottingham Forest attacker Henri Lansbury.
Danny Welbeck is set to return for Arsenal this weekend.
Roman Abramovic’s interest-free loan to Chelsea has exceeded £1billion.
Chelsea are also in talks with establishing a loan agreement with French Ligue 1 side Marseille.
Another reconstruction of the Scottish league system could be in the works despite Neil Doncaster describing the SPFL as ‘wonderful’ and ‘beautiful’.