New applicants have appeared for Paul Pogba, and Man Utd's man is open to a move, while Lionel Messi stays in Barcelona for at least one more season, all in the newspapers.
POGBA OPEN FOR PARIS MOVE
Paul Pogba is reportedly open to a move to Paris Saint-Germain after the Ligue 1 team entered the race for his signature.
Le10Sport reports that PSG is interested in the French midfielder, whose contract with United will expire in 2021. The club has a 12-month option to renew the contract and it is not yet known if it will exercise this right.
Real Madrid were considered a favorite in the Pogba signing, but its £ 15m annual salary proves to be a stumbling block for Los Blancos.
Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane is a Pogba fan and has offered United up to four of his players in exchange for Pogba, two of whom are Martin Odegaard and James Rodriguez, but a potential deal is not far away.
What is obvious is that PSG is looking for a midfielder because the same source claims they are ready to take a breathtaking push to sign Rennes superstar Eduardo Camavinga.
Ironically, Camavinga is a top target for Real, while United has probably also announced its interest in the 17-year-old with a rating of 60 million euros.
AND THE REST
Inter have identified their replacement for Barcelona goal Lautaro Martinez and want Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette (Mundo Deportivo)
The Premier League is facing multiple club disagreements over a number of proposed season resumption rule changes. (Daily mail)
Juan Agudelo says he almost moved to Liverpool and Celtic before going to Stoke City (goal)
Juventus and Monaco pursue Atletico Madrid defender Stefan Savic (Mundo Deportivo)
Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric's proposed move to Milan this summer is over (Calcio Mercato)
The Premier League has told its clubs that they hope no more than four games will take place in neutral locations – and has recognized that Liverpool could win the title in Anfield. (Daily mail)
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe will make a second leap in his attempt to price Stoke City's Tyrese Campbell later this year (Football Insider)
Leeds United is watching the Argentine center forward Adolfo Gaich (Football Insider) closely.
Philippe Coutinho's agent, Kia Joorabchian, has announced that the 27-year-old would like to return to the Premier League (various)
Chelsea is considering directing 24-year-old striker Timo Werner from RB Leipzig when the German international expresses his willingness to switch. (ESPN)
Liverpool has signed loan extensions for Harry Wilson and Rhian Brewster with Bournemouth and Swansea (Daily Mirror)
Real Madrid will not play the remaining La Liga home games at the Santiago Bernabeu and will instead end the 2019-20 season in its training complex (Daily Mirror).
32-year-old Lionel Messi will stay in Barcelona next season after a clause allowing the Argentine striker to leave the club for free this summer has expired. (Marca)
Real Madrid declined the chance to sign 31-year-old Chelsea winger Willian for a free transfer. The Brazilian international's contract at Stamford Bridge expires this summer. (Mirror)
Manchester United is paying £ 10.5 million to extend the loan agreement of 30-year-old Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo until January – a £ 6 million fee for Shanghai Shenhua and £ 130,000 a week in wages. (Mail)
Liverpool are in talks to extend loan contracts for 23-year-old Welsh midfielder Harry Wilson in Bournemouth and English striker Rhian Brewster (20) in Swansea until the end of the season. (Telegraph)
Arsenal is ready to offer Brazilian defender David Luiz (33) a new one-year contract, but it will reduce his current £ 130,000 a week contract. (Mirror)
Juventus is reportedly offering Federico Bernardeschi in exchange for Chelsea and Italy's midfielder Jorginho (Gazzetto dello Sport).
English coach Gareth Southgate will not be attending the Premier League games at the start of the season as he believes his presence in the stadiums is not essential. (Star)
Nice midfielder Arnaud Lusamba has reportedly emerged as a potential transfer destination for Newcastle United (Chronicle)
The Premier League clubs will discuss the possibility of in-game TV interviews with managers and coaches during the breaks during a meeting on Thursday. (Express)
Manchester City are reportedly determined to strengthen their defenses by signing Leonardo Bonucci from Juventus (Calciomercato).
Marcos Rojo will return to Manchester United after manager Leandro Desabato (Radio Late 931) says when his loan contract with Estudiantes expires later this month.
Chelsea has submitted a proposal to the Premier League to increase the maximum number of substitutes on the bench from seven to nine for the rest of the season. (Mail)
Celtic stopper Kristoffer Ajer fired his longtime agent – while AC Milan continues to chase him (Scottish Sun)
Kilmarnock duo Jamie MacDonald and Ally Taylor have declined new deals and will leave Rugby Park (Scottish Sun).