The coronavirus pandemic has made the summer transfer window uncertain, but here are the rumours floating around Europe's big leagues and beyond.
TOP STORY: Man City move possible for Sancho
Despite being criticised after leaving Pep Guardiola's side in 2017, the 20-year-old is said to have told friends that he would reconsider joining back up with them rather than remaining in the Bundesliga for another season.
The interest has reportedly sparked a desire for Sancho to return home, and Man City might be best placed of all to convince Dortmund to part with their ace.
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22.28 BST: Spurs are looking for centre-back cover and could turn a Champions League veteran to solve the issue.
The Sun claims that PSG's Thiago Silva is an option for Tottenham, with the 35-year-old set to leave PSG at the end of the July. Silva spoke this week on his desire is to stay in Europe for a few more seasons, and Spurs, Arsenal and Everton are all said to be monitoring the veteran's situation.
With Jan Vertonghen set to leave the club, Jose Mourinho could do worse than the steady centre-back, who has won 17 major trophies in 11 seasons in Europe with AC Milan and PSG.
21.37 BST: Newcastle the next stop for Marcos Alonso?
According to the Mirror, via 90mins, the Magpies have opened up talks over the Spain international, amidst Chelsea's pursuit of Leicester's Ben Chillwell. The attack-minded left-back has been in and out of the team this season and could be sold to raise transfer funds for big-money targets like Chillwell and Bayer Leverkusen ace Kai Havertz.
Newcastle, who are in the midst of £300 million takeover, have money and could move the £25 million-rated Alonso, if Chelsea elect to replace him with Chilwell.
20.49 BST: Le Havre defensive midfielder Pape Gueye has called off his move to Watford.
The 21-year-old had reportedly signed with Watford back in April but according to the player's agent Pierre-Henri Bovis, that deal is now off due to "irregularities."
Via Le Equipe, the former France Under-19 international addressed the sudden U-turn:
"For me, the future is still uncertain. My mistake in this story is having had faith in a person who advised me poorly. I want to warn my colleagues of the abuse that they could be subjected to in terms of contract signings.
"I am not the first that this has happened to and I sadly won't be the last. I wanted to speak out against the circumstances surrounding the signature of a contract with Watford and what I consider to be irregularities with their representatives."
The irregularities stem from reports that claim Gueye had a pre-contract with two clubs in Spain and Italy before January 1, 2020, which would violate football laws. Gueye will become a free agent on June 30.
20.06 BST: From one former wonder boy to another... Chelsea are in talks of extending the contract of forgotten midfielder Marco van Ginkel.
Nicknamed 'the next Lampard,' Van Ginkel, now 27 has not played for the Blues since 2013 but could be given an opportunity to make a sensational return to Stamford Bridge. The Dutch midfielder has spent time on loan at AC Milan, Stoke and PSV and has missed most of the last two seasons through injury.
Van Ginkel was able to rediscover some form before injury struck, bagging 16 goals in 2017-18 for the eventual Eredivisie title winners.
"My agent, Karel Jansen, is in talks with Chelsea about a new contract for me," Van Ginkel told AD .
"I am very happy at this show of confidence in me by the club,"
19.15 BST: Julian Green, remember him?
Once dubbed the future of U.S. Soccer, the former Bayern Munich product, now 25, has signed a contract extension with 2. Bundesliga side Greuther Furth. The German-American, who famously scored at the 2014 World Cup as a 19-year-old, has struggled to deliver on his promise since but looks to have finally found a home at Greuther Furth.
Green has scored four goals this season for the 2. Bundesliga side and has 11 in 75 games since arriving from Stuttgart in 2017.
18.01 BST: Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has said he is "pretty positive" Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will stay but said it is the club's "responsibility to make him feel this is the right next step in his career."
In an interview with Telefoot on Sunday, Aubameyang said he is yet to be offered a new deal despite his existing contract expiring next summer, as ESPN reported last week.
"We have many discussions with Pierre, his family and agent," Arteta said in a prematch news conference held via Zoom on Monday. "I am pretty positive that we can find the right agreement for all parties.
"I think it's our responsibility to make him feel that this is the right next step in his career. In order to do that he needs to feel valued, I think he needs to feel that he belongs to us and we want him.
"And then he really needs to believe we can take this club forward in the way we want to do and he's going to be a key player to do that."
16.52 BST: Newcastle United have made an enquiry about Benfica midfielder Florentino Luis, according to the Daily Mail.
Steve Bruce's side have reportedly joined AC Milan and Manchester United in the race to sign the player nicknamed "the Octopus."
Luis' agent spoke to ESPN and said there are a number of clubs interested in the man who is reportedly valued at £35m.
15.33 BST: The Daily Star reports that United will target Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish if they cannot secure a deal for Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho.
Sancho heads United's transfer wishlist this summer but he is reportedly expected to remain at the Bundesliga club for at least another season.
As a result, United will look to secure a £75m transfer for Grealish who has impressed club executive vice chairman Ed Woodward this term.
14.57 BST: Manchester United are lining up a move for Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, according to the Daily Express.
The report claims United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a fan of the Nigeria international and wants to add more midfield options to his squad.
Real Madrid are also reportedly interested in Ndidi but French champions PSG have pulled out of the race.
14.08 BST: Modric has also urged Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe to leave the club in order to reach his full potential.
"Mbappe has everything to dominate the scene," Modric told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"But I think that to make the leap in quality he needs to go to a championship in which his team does not win so easily."
13.21 BST: Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric wants to end his playing career at Real Madrid before embarking on a coaching career.
"I'm certain that I can play at a high level for two more years, then we shall see," he wrote in his autobiography as reported in Gazzetta dello Sport.
"I would like to end my career at Real Madrid, but it will also depend on the club. Of course, I will then do the course to become a coach."
The Croatia international is tied to the club until June 2021.
12.42 BST: Paris Saint-Germain captain Thiago Silva has ruled out a return to Brazil, with his priority to remain in Europe.
PSG sporting director Leonardo confirmed at the weekend that both Silva and Edinson Cavani will leave the club at the end of the season.
Fluminense fans are hopeful that Silva, 35, could return to the club where he began his career and played for the first team from 2006 until 2008.
Silva, who joined PSG in the summer of 2012 from AC Milan, said as reported in Esporte Interativo: "Everybody knows the affection I have for Fluminense, I had a tuberculosis episode and they opened the doors for me. I have an eternal gratitude to them for that but right now I have aims in Europe that have to be achieved."
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11.53 BST: Chelsea's hopes of signing Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz have been hit by the two clubs still being £15m apart in their valuation of the player, according to the Daily Express.
The Blues, who have already raided the Bundesliga once this summer to sign RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner, are willing to pay £75m for Havertz, but Leverkusen are holding out for £90m for their exciting academy product.
Havertz, 21, has enjoyed a breakout season with Leverkusen, particularly since the turn of the year as he has scored 12 goals in 18 games in 2020.
11.05 BST: Manchester City are monitoring Real Madrid's Achraf Hakimi, who is on loan an Borussia Dortmund, according to Diario AS.
Pep Guardiola reportedly thinks that the right-back fits perfectly in plans to reinforce City's squad this summer and the English club has already requested information on his situation.
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Achraf, 21, is expected to return to Real Madrid once his two-season loan with his German club expires at the end of the campaign. Madrid have not made a decision on Achraf, who is tied to Los Blancos until June 2022.
Borussia have expressed their desire to extend Achraf's loan deal for another season while City would be willing to pay the €60m for the Morocco international provided the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) overturns the ban handed to City which prevents them from playing in Europe for the next two seasons.
10.39 BST: Lyon's Pierre Kalulu is on the verge of joining AC Milan as a free agent, according to Sky Italia.
The 20-year-old right-back will reportedly arrive at Milan today and undergo a medical later this week before putting pen to paper on a five-year deal. Kalulu's contract with Lyon expires later this month.
A reported target of Bayern Munich, Kalulu made 16 appearances in the Youth League for Lyon's reserves. AC Milan will have only have to pay the youth development fee for Kalulu.
10.04 BST: Manchester United manager Ole Solskjaer has indicated that goalkeeper Dean Henderson has a long future at Old Trafford when he returns to the club.
Henderson has been on loan at Sheffield United since the start of last season, first helping the Blades earn promotion to the Premier League before playing a key role in their push for a European place this term.
The 23-year-old is expected to have his loan at Bramall Lane extended to the end of the extended 2019-20 season, but Solskjaer envisions the goalkeeper will soon be a member of his own first-team squad again.
"Dean has made some great choices over the years and has developed fantastically," Solskjaer told Sky Sports. "We're looking at that in terms of where he's going to be next season, but as yet that has not been decided.
"This season has proved a great experience for him, he's done himself some favours with his performances, and proved he will be England's No 1 and Man United's No 1 at some point."
09.31 BST: Sergio Ramos' wish of ending his career playing at the new Santiago Bernabeu stadium could be realised.
The Real Madrid captain wants to continue playing for Madrid beyond his current deal, which expires in June 2021. Ramos, 34, wants to sign a two-year contract extension. Work on the Bernabeu is expected to be completed ahead of the 2022-23 campaign.
"Ramos is a great leader, a club legend and we are delighted with him," Real Madrid director Emilio Butragueno said in quotes reported by Cadena Ser. "It's an honour that he is a Real Madrid legend and we want him to be here for many years to come because he is one of the greats in our history."
09.00 BST: Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has said he is yet to make a decision on whether to stay at the club and labelled it "the most important" of his career.
Aubameyang's deal at the Emirates is set to expire in June 2021 and sources have told ESPN that Chelsea are interested in signing him this summer. Sources also told ESPN that Arsenal have not offered him a contract extension, and Aubameyang confirmed this and said he is still negotiating with the club.
"Recently I haven't received an offer but of course there have been discussions with the club for a few months now," he told Telefoot. "They know very well why so far nothing has happened. It's them [the club] who have the keys and for them to do their work. Afterwards we will see how things go.
"It is a turning point in my career, and I will be very frank with everyone, it will be of course a very difficult decision to make because I have still not decided. It is possibly the most important decision of my career. To be clear, nothing has been decided."
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They had previously been looking to strike deals with Juventus and Manchester City, but neither of these now seems viable. That is because the Italians won't meet his demands and City aren't interested in swapping Joao Cancelo for him.
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Kurzawa has managed only nine Ligue 1 starts this campaign, and will therefore be allowed to leave for free when his contract comes to an end.
There is a chance that the Parisians could face competition from Chelsea if Frank Lampard's side miss out on Ben Chilwell, but PSG's eyes are firmly set on the Porto and Ajax men to fill the void at left-back.
The 25-year-old has also received attention from Marseille, though they have been slow in moving for him, which could impact the move. It is also seen as a possibility that he could be drawn in by a move to Qatar.
- Inter Milan will do all they can to keep hold of 17-year-old forward Sebastiano Esposito, according to Calciomercato. The teenager has made 12 appearances across all competitions for Antonio Conte's side this season, and is said to be targeted by various clubs, including Parma, Atalanta and Fiorentina.
- Adil Aouchiche could be set to join Saint-Etienne upon the culmination of his contract with PSG, as reported by Foot Mercato. The teenager is highly regarded, but it is understood that the French giants will let him leave, with the side in green set to be his next club.