Denmark defender Simon Kjaer has joined AC Milan from Sevilla on a permanent basis after signing a two-year deal to remain at the San Siro. Milan paid €3.5m.
German club RB Leipzig have sealed a €2.5m deal for Spanish goalkeeper Josep Martinez, who joined from Las Palmas.
Barcelona have completed a deal for Brazil striker Gustavo Maia from Sao Paulo for less than £10m.
The 19-year-old will play for the Barca B team next season.
Midfielder Klaus Gjasula has signed a two-year deal with Hamburg, having left German club Paderborn this summer.
Union Berlin have signed left-back Niko Giebelmann on a free transfer after he left Fortuna Dusseldorf.
Nigeria striker Obafemi Martins has returned to his former club in China, Shanghai Shenhua.
Martins, 35, had a successful stint with the Chinese club, having scored 32 goals in 59 games before departing in 2019
Former Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle is looking for a new challenge, having terminated his contract with Borussia Dortmund.
The 29-year-old was at Stamford Bridge from 2013-2015 and scored 14 goals in 65 matches.
Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone hopes goalkeeper Jan Oblak will remain at the club despite interest from Chelsea.
Another goalkeeper the Blues have been linked to in their attempt to replace Kepa Arizabalaga is AC Milan number one Gianluigi Donnarumma.
The Italian has just one year left on his contract at the San Siro and is reluctant to sign a new deal.
Negotiations for Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz has reportedly stalled in recent days as the Blues shift their attention to qualifying for the Champions League.
The German international is valued at over £60m.
Manchester United are ready to offload Alexis Sanchez, Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones, Jesse Lingard, and Diogo Dalot this summer as they look to trim their squad before signing any player.
Meanwhile, negotiations with midfielder Paul Pogba are currently going well and it is believed that a new five-year deal is already on the table.
Man United have not given up on signing Sochaux youngster Willy Kambwala as they look to build for the future.
United's first offer for the defender was rejected by the French club.
Inter Milan want Manchester United striker Anthony Martial to be involved in a swap deal for defender Milan Skriniar.
Martial is having his most productive season as a United player, having scored 21 goals this season.
Manchester City are in talks with Valencia over the signing of winger Ferran Torres, who has also been linked with Arsenal and Chelsea.
The 20-year-old has agreed personal terms with City and Valencia are ready to do business as his contract expires in 2021.
Meanwhile, Manchester City will respect David Silva's decision to leave the club this summer.
The Spaniard, who has won four Premier League amongst other titles will have a farewell match at the Etihad Stadium once fans are permitted to attend games.
Bayern Munich reportedly want €36m for Manchester City target David Alaba. The Austrian has one year remaining on his current deal.
Arsenal centre-backs Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Konstantinos Mavropanos are attracting interest from German club Stuttgart.
Mavropanos has already agreed personal terms with the newly-promoted club and an announcement will be made soon.
The Gunners will have to pay Real Madrid about €25m if they are to make the deal for midfielder Dani Ceballos permanent this summer.
After a difficult start at the Emirates, the Spaniard is beginning to impress.
Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid have reportedly offered midfielder Thomas Partey a new £135,000-per-week deal to convince him of rejecting a move to Arsenal this summer.
The Ghanaian has been one of Arsenal's top transfer target this summer.
Liverpool target Milot Rashica has reportedly agreed personal terms with RB Leipzig as he prefers to remain in Germany.
The Werder Bremen star man has recorded an impressive eight assists and 11 goals this season.
Meanwhile, Liverpool have turned their attention on signing Borussia Monchengladbach attacker Marcus Thuram, who is also attracting interest from Fiorentina and other clubs.
The 22-year-old is the son of former France and Juventus defender Lilian Thuram.
Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana is attracting interest from Brighton, Burnley and Leicester City. The Englishman will become a free agent this summer.
The Reds might lose the battle to sign midfielder Thiago Alcantara this summer as Bayern Munich want £36 million, but Liverpool are not willing to offer more than £20m.
Meanwhile, Juventus have reportedly entered the race for the midfielder despite signing Arthur from Barcelona.
Barcelona are in talks with defender Clement Lenglet as they look to reward him with an improved contract.
The Catalan giants are also battling to resign defender Eric Garcia from Manchester City, however, they are looking at getting rid of Samuel Umtiti.
Two other Barcelona defenders that have been linked with a summer move are full-backs Moussa Wague and Junior Firpo.
West Ham are interested in Wague, while Firpo is set to be involved in a deal involving Lautaro Martinez.
Barcelona youngsters Carles Alena, Riqui Puig and Ronald Araujo are set to get more opportunities in the first team next season and won't be sent on loan.
Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic might be back in the Bundesliga next season as Hertha Berlin are interested in resigning him.
Meanwhile, Martin Odegaard wants to remain at Real Sociedad next season and has reportedly told Real Madrid.
A €50m deal for Lille attacker Victor Osimhen + €10m in bonuses will be made official soon as the Nigerian has agreed personal terms with Napoli.
The 21-year-old is set to sign a five-year deal and lead Napoli's attack next season.
Juventus star Paulo Dybala is edging closer to signing a new five-year deal with the Serie A giants, having impressed this season.
The Argentine is arguably Juventus' best player this season, having scored 17 goals and set up 13 more goals.
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