- Bayern Munich are still interested in bringing Callum Hudson-Odoi to Germany in the summer, despite the Chelsea winger suffering a serious Achilles injury against Burnley on Monday.
- QPR have held talks with former West Brom manager Darren Moore about taking over at Loftus Road.
- Crystal Palace are tracking Birmingham striker Che Adams as they look to bolster their attacking options in the summer.
- Roma are hoping to appoint Antonio Conte after cooling their interest in Maurizio Sarri.
- Everton may need to ship 20 players out of Goodison Park over the summer, as they look to work with a leaner squad. The club plans to work with a squad of 20 outfield senior players next season.
- Newcastle are set to give up in their hopes of signing Chelsea loanee Kenedy, after being quoted a price of £30m.
- Newcastle’s wage budget appears to have increased by only 17 per cent, to £94m, the year after the club won the Championship – one of the smallest rises in the Premier League.
- French club Lyon are reportedly considering a £10m bid for Norwich defender Ben Godfrey, rivalling Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal in the race to sign him.
- West Bromwich Albion may wait until the close season to appoint their new manager, to ensure sufficient ‘due diligence’ can take place.
- Heung-Son Min says he will be more nervous missing Tottenham’s first leg of their Champions League semi-final with Ajax than he would have been were he in the team.
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- Shane Long says he is playing for his Southampton future ahead of entering the final year of his contract, having scored four goals in his last five Premier League games.
- Chris Mepham says it will be “massive” for Bournemouth to keep hold of their star assets this summer.
- Ofir Marciano remains committed to Hibs despite being offered more money from clubs in Israel to return to his homeland.
- Two Hastings United players, Jamie Fielding and Adam Lovatt, did “very well” during a trial at Leicester last week, according to the non-league club’s boss, with Brendan Rodgers and Kolo Toure said to have run the rule over the pair.
- Nottingham Forest boss Martin O’Neill says he has started to put “peripheral” plans in place ahead of the summer transfer window, but is yet to receive confirmation of his budget.
- Harrison Reed will not be returning to Blackburn after his loan spell from Southampton was cut short by injury.
- Bolton will not throw their young players in at the deep end despite relegation having been confirmed, according to assistant manager Steve Parkin.