Barcelona president Joan Laporta is asking for patience among Barcelona fans as he looks to tie Lionel Messi down to a new deal.
Roma won their first friendly under Jose Mourinho, beating a local side 10-0 with a Borja Mayoral hat-trick and Nicolò Zaniolo on target.
Inter Milan insist Euro 2020 winning Italy midfielder Nicolo Barella is untouchable amid rumours linking the 24 year old with Liverpool and Manchester United.
Barçelona star man Messi is currently on holiday in Miami and he is set to return to Barcelona in early August ahead of the new season.
Chelsea defender Emerson Palmieri, is wanted by Italian champions Inter Milan and Jose Mourinho's Roma, with Napoli making Italy international their preferred choice as they also consider a move for Uruguayan Mathias Olivera, from Getafe.
Everton are willing to listen to offers for six first team players including Colombian playmaker James Rodriguez, to help raise funds for new manager Rafael Benitez to rebuild the squad.
Real Madrid have accepted that 28 year old France defender Raphael Varane will not sign a new deal and are waiting for an offer from Manchester United.
Real Madrid forward Brahim Diaz is set to sign for AC Milan on a two year loan deal.
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti wants club bosses to sign Egypt forward Mohamed Salah, from Liverpool if a deal for Paris Saint Germain's striker Kylian Mbappe, cannot be struck this summer.
Ex-Bayern Munich and Chelsea star Arjen Robben has announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 37.
Arsenal are interested in signing Chelsea's 23 year old England striker Tammy Abraham, who the Blues have also made available to Tottenham and Inter Milan. Chelsea are tracking Spurs' England striker Harry Kane, and Inter's Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku.
Juventus midfielder Arthur will miss the start of the new Serie A season after he was slated for surgery on a long term knee injury.
PSG are considering offering star man Kylian Mbappe a mega money contract to convince him to remain at the club.
Juventus have rejected an £85m bid from Chelsea for Federico Chiesa, according to reports.
Five people have so far been arrested in connection with online abuse directed at England players, with the UK's football policing lead warning those who posted hateful material: "We will track you down."
Looking at Arsenal's performances of late, pundits are beginning to weigh the impact of Thomas Partey in the team as compared to what his role would be in Chelsea. Do you think Thomas Partey would have been an excellent signing for Chelsea?
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