- Transfer news LIVE updates – latest news and gossip Saturday 25 May
- Manchester United is in the mix for the Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann
- Eden Hazard is trying to force a move away from Chelsea this summer
- Liverpool should leave several first-team players including Nathaniel Clyne
10.45 UPDATE: the city holds talks by Sane
Man City is discussing with Leroy Sane for a new deal.
The wing of Germany has been linked to a departure from the city after struggling to find new terms.
But Sky Sports says the clubs are again in talks with the player and hope to reach an agreement.
Sane helped City achieve success this season, but did not perform as regularly as it did the year before due to the emergence of Bernardo Silva and the signing of Riyad Mahrez.
Transfer live news: Leroy Sane is in talks with Manchester City for a new deal
09.35 UPDATE: Solskjaer & # 39; should sign Grealish & # 39;
Robbie Savage urged Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to make Jack Grealish his first summer run.
"If I were Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the first signing on my list this summer would be Jack Grealish," Savage said in the mirror.
"If the rumors are true, and Manchester United will look to the potential of Daniel James and Newcastle Sean Longstaff of Swansea as possible signings, I will line up with Grealish in front of them.
"Even if Aston Villa wins the promotion on Monday, Grealish is the player who will move me heaven and earth to wear United's red jersey. As the best player in the league, it would cost Solskjaer a lot.
"But Grealish slips over his opponents, he has captured the Villa captain's armband at a young age and has prospered with responsibility.
"Jack is the boy, he is the only one that United should try to sign before anyone else."
Transferring live news: Jack Grealish should be on Manchester United's radar, according to Robbie Savage
09.20 UPDATE: Chelsea wants 130 million pounds for Hazard
Chelsea are ready to sell Eden Hazard for 130 million pounds, according to Sky Sports.
The Blues should lose Hazard to Real Madrid this summer but are still far from their ratings.
Hazard has been the symbol of Chelsea for the past seven years, but he looks set to leave the club.
And Sky is now reporting that Chelsea wants £ 130m for the attacker.
Live News: Eden Hazard could be on the way to Real Madrid
08.40 UPDATE: the city needs De Ligt – Hamann
Didi Hamann calculates that c & # 39; is a single player that could replace Vincent Kompany at Manchester City.
"The city has a huge hole to fill after Kompany's exit and in my opinion c & # 39; is one candidate – Matthijs de Ligt," he told the Racing Post.
"C & # 39; who says they are too young but I do not buy. Sometimes you happen to meet a strange character and this is what De Ligt is – a nineteen year old who is built as a twenty-five and plays as a thirty year old.
"He led the Ajax in some football cauldrons this season and is an absolute leader. He is the man who can carry on the Kompany baton."
Transfer news: Matthijs de Ligt could replace Vincent Kompany at Manchester City
07.50 UDPATE: Fekir can leave – Aulas
Nabil Fekir can leave Lyon this summer, admits President Jean-Michel Aulas.
Fekir was close to Liverpool last summer, but the deal exploded last minute, but in the end it could be moving.
"In fact, Nabil is outside (of the two scheduled starts), because we have the awareness that he can go," Aulas told the media after Lyon's 3-2 victory over Nimes on Friday night.
"Thanks Nabil for bringing what he brought, we have an understanding to let him go."
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Transfer news: Nabil Fekir could be on the move this summer
07.30 UPDATE Man Utd could extend my agreement & # 39; – Poole
Manchester United has yet to occupy an extension of Regan Poole's business before the second league play-off final with Newport.
"The United States has the opportunity to take an extension, but I'm not really sure what their plan is for me," Poole told The Sun.
"If they catch it, I'll stay there, but if I don't, I'll go on. Everyone knows it's hard in a big club, so when my season is over I'll find out.
"I'm enjoying my soccer with Newport, but I talked to the United loan manager, he comes to watch all my games and returns reports to United about how I'm doing.
"I'm happy with how my loan is going, let's hope it's all good for me there. Wembley will be a big stage and there will be many people watching, I hope I can make a good game.
"I'm at United at the end of the day and would like to stay there as long as possible."
Live News: Regan Poole is on loan in Newport County
07.10 UPDATE: Battle of Clyne
Crystal Palace West Ham and Bournemouth are in the mix to sign Nathaniel Clyne, but Napoli is also excited about a deal for the Liverpool defender.
Clyne spent the second half of this season on loan at Bournemouth and impressed Eddie Howe.
The Reds are thought to be around £ 15m for the 28-year-old.
Clyne has 14 international appearances but has not been present since 2016 due to an injury.
Transfer news: Nathaniel Clyne could leave Liverpool this summer
07.00 UPDATE Danger pushing for Real Madrid
Eden Hazard is desperate to try to force Chelsea and Real Madrid to come closer to an agreement to allow him to go to Spain.
The Belgian star said over the weekend that he had told Chelsea that he had made a decision about his future – which is that he wants to go to Real.
Express Sport can reveal that Hazard has made public his feelings after the 0-0 draw with Leicester, and the fact that he wants his future to be resolved, due to the frustration that Chelsea and Real are no longer close to accepting an agreement after weeks of talks.
Real has already offered around £ 85m for the 28-year-old Belgian captain, but Chelsea wants around £ 112m – and no agreement has yet been reached between the clubs.
Transfer news: Eden Hazard wants to reach Real Madrid this summer
06.45 UPDATE: Manchester United eye Griezmann deal
Manchester United returned to the race to sign Antoine Griezmann.
The star of France is destined to leave the Atletico Madrid with Barcelona the big favorites to land it.
But United is now in the race and could activate its release clause.
This morning's independent report, key figures in European football, believes that Old Trafford is Griezmann's next destination.
Any deal would make him sign the US record – eclipsing the £ 90 million spent on Paul Pogba in 2016.