Here are the transfer rumours we are tracking at this time.
Brazilian forward Neymar wants to return to Barcelona, and Paris St-Germain are calculating his value with two years remaining on his contract.
Borussia Dortmund & André Schürrle have reached a mutual agreement to terminate the forward's contract a year early.
Dean Henderson feels he is better than De Gea and feels he should be first choice at Man Utd. United are seriously considering bringing Henderson back to be the starting goalkeeper next season.
Manchester United will miss out on a £25m payment from kit sponsors Adidas if they fail to qualify for next season's Champions League.
Jude Bellingham agrees €3m salary with Borussia Dortmund; Birmingham City to receive €25m + significant sell-on percentage.
Manchester United will listen to offers for Alexis Sánchez, Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones, Jesse Lingard, and Diogo Dalot.
Southampton and Denmark midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg wants to join Tottenham, who could use English defender Kyle Walker-Peters in a deal.
AC Milan have signed Simon Kjær from Sevilla after exercising their right to purchase on a permanent basis for £3.5m.
David Alaba's future with Bayern Munich is still uncertain as the Austrian has yet to agree to a new deal. Talks between the two parties have reached an impasse due to the defender's salary demands.
Chelsea are willing to offer 100m euros (£90.7m) for Atletico Madrid's Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak.
Barcelona have offered Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho, to Arsenal and Newcastle as they seek to free up funds for the signing of Inter Milan and Argentina forward Lautaro Martinez.
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