MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United will not be signing Leonardo Bonucci in the summer window, according to reports in Italy.
Manchester City’s release of a promising youth international took some of the Blues’ academy staff by surprise. England youth international midfielder Will Patching was allowed to leave City at the end of his contract last weekend and he has signed for League Two outfit Notts County.
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Calum Chambers has signed a new long-term Arsenal contract.
Heung-min Son is expected to miss the first month of the new season, with Tottenham set to reluctantly allow him to play in the Asian Games.
Everton have no interest in selling Mason Holgate as new manager Marco Silva wants the defender to be part of his new-look squad.
Davy Klaassen arrived for the first day of pre-season training an hour early as the new era under Marco Silva at Everton got underway.
Newcastle United are yet to accept a bid from Stoke City for Matt Ritchie – but the Potters are extremely interested in the Magpies winger.
Newcastle United are one of the Premier League clubs interested in signing Juventus midfielder Stefano Sturaro, according to the Italian’s agent.
Mikel Merino’s Newcastle United exit is far from complete yet – but Real Sociedad’s president has confirmed that the Spanish club are pushing to get the deal done.
Wahbi Khazri is still being pursued by a number of clubs on the continent and they are expecting a decision on his future this week
Wes Harding has been rewarded for his progress at Birmingham City with another new contract. The young defender has agreed a new four-year deal which binds him to the club until 2022 having made a massive breakthrough last season.
Darren Moore is close to making his first signing as West Brom head coach with goalkeeper Sam Johnstone expected to join this week.
Matej Vydra, the Derby striker linked with a host of Championship clubs, has been left out of the Rams pre-season tour sparking fresh speculation he could be on the move.
Wolves are reportedly in the race to sign Colombian World Cup star Juan Fernando Quintero.
Meanwhile, Wolves are lining up a sensational £18m swoop for explosive Middlesbrough winger Adama Traore.
Stoke City remain hot on the trail of Newcastle winger Matt Ritchie ahead of next month’s transfer deadline.
Costel Pantilimon’s return to Nottingham Forest has been confirmed, with the big keeper having agreed a permanent move from Premier League side Watford.
Nottingham Forest have been linked with a move for Benfica goalkeeper Bruno Varela.
Ipswich Town are not prepared to allow star striker Martyn Waghorn to leave on the cheap, according to owner Marcus Evans.
Jos Luhukay has challenged Wednesday’s youngsters to give him a major selection dilemma over the coming weeks.
Sheffield United remain confident of keeping hold of Jack O’Connell after speculation that Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion were preparing a bid for the defender.
Curtis Davies says he still has the motivation and the desire to help Derby County to success.
New Leicester City signing Jonny Evans is hoping he can taste as much success at his new club as old friend Danny Simpson has.
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Jake Clarke-Salter has joined Vitesse Arnhem on a season-long loan from Chelsea.
Brighton are offloading defender Ales Mateju, less than a year after signing him.
Jose Izquierdo is “in the mix” to start for Colombia in tonight’s World Cup showdown against England in Russia.
Relegated Stoke are the latest club to be linked with Albion keeper Tim Krul.
Huddersfield Town could be set to hijack a deal for former Chelsea winger Gaël Kakuta, according to media reports in France.
Huddersfield midfielder Regan Booty has joined Aldershot Town on loan for the 2018/19 National League season.