The transfer window for the biggest clubs in Europe is closed, but click here for all offers and keep track of who joined the guys. And Transfer Talk will continue to scour the media around the world and free the correspondents to see what is on the agenda for the summer.
TOP STORY: Ozil will be replaced by … & # 39; the next Ozil & # 39 ;?
Will Mesul Ozil stay at Arsenal this summer? This is the question. The popular belief is that Ozil is heading out of the Emirates, which could pave the way for Unai Emery to add Bayer Laeverkusen's director Kai Havertz to his team.
Calciomercato reports that the Gunners have watched the young midfielder this year and, while in January they have not moved, are preparing to do so at the end of the campaign.
Havertz has scored 11 goals this season, eight in the Bundesliga, receiving excellent reviews. Playing behind strikers, he made comparisons with both Ozil and Real Madrid star Toni Kroos.
21.51 GMT: In an interview with the French publication L & # 39; Equipe, Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye he suggested that his failed passage to the PSG in Deadline Day may not yet be dead, and that a transfer to Paris could be in the cards this summer.
20.14 GMT: 16-year-old prodigy, Amiens Noam Emeran confirmed that he joined Manchester United.
18.37 GMT: Former Manchester United midfielder dwarfs is in the final stages of the completion of an agreement that will see him move to Orlando City, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC. If the agreement is completed, Nani will be a designated player.
17.00 GMT: Everton and Lupi are not the only clubs involved The port wing Yacine Brahimi (see above) – Manchester United and Arsenal could also be in the frame, according to reports.
4.15 GMT: More on United now – the Independent reports that they have identified their first three goals to bring a new central defender. He says they want one from Inter Milan Milan Skriar, Naples Kalidou Koulibaly and of Sampdoria Joachim Andersenwith "the field of Skriniar aware of United's long-term interests".
15.30 GMT: There are potential bad news for Manchester United in the Benfica teen competition Joao Felix (see before) – Mirror claims that Real Madrid and Barcelona are "driving the race" for him.
15.00 GMT – DONE DEAL: The Derby signed the defender Efe Ambrose, a free agent after leaving the Scottish Hibs club last month, for the rest of the season.
14.24 GMT: Everton and Wolves have made moves for FC Porto Yacine Brahimi, according to the Portuguese daily Correio da Manha.
Brahimi, who has scored seven goals in 27 appearances this season, is available on a free transfer at the end of the season.
13.59 GMT: Manchester United already has one Paul Pogbaso why would they need another? However, they have been linked with the Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, which his manager Bruno Genesio says could be like French.
"He is strong physically and above all technically", he told Tuttosport. "I do not like comparisons, but, yes, Ndombele could be a new Pogba: Tanguy can play in every midfield role, he started scoring, but I want him to improve there: he needs a league goal for 8-10 midfielder. "
13.25 GMT: Defender of Le Havre Harold Moukoudi it could be on the way to Naples, they say in Italy. Moukoudi has also been connected to the side of the Aston Villa championship.
12.30 GMT: Tottenham held initial talks with Sampdoria on a move for defender Joachim Andersen, according to reports in Italy, according to which Juventus and Inter Milan are also interested in the 22 year old.
11.45 GMT: Norwich midfielder Steven Naismith, currently on loan to the Scottish Hearts club, could switch to MLS when his contract expires in the summer, reports the Eastern Daily Press.
11.15 GMT: Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku it could become a summer goal for Inter, if it were Mauro Icardi leaves the Serie A club, according to the mirror.
10.30 GMT: midfielder Nabil Fekir, who was close to joining Liverpool last summer and was also tied to Chelsea, is close to signing an extension of the contract in Lyon, said President Jean-Michel Aulas.
09.45 GMT: Jesus Joaquin Fernandez Saenz de la Torre – or Suso in short – he was attracted to the boss of the Arsenal Unai Emery boss, but Tottenham is ready to make his move, says the Daily Mirror.
AC Milan midfielder would have cost € 35 million, due to a release clause, and the Spurs are confident they will be able to spend more money than their London rivals.
09.00 GMT: Espanyol forward Borja Iglesias he wants to stay at La Liga club in the news that a Premier League move could be on the cards this summer.
Diary AS reports that several Premier League clubs are monitoring the player, who scored 10 goals and created two more in 23 league appearances. The twenty-six is under contract with Espanyol until June 2022 and has a release clause of 28 million euros. Reportedly, Iglesias was a target of a Premier League club during the January window.
08.00 GMT: The agent of the sensation of Benfica Joao Felix believes that his client "has everything to be the most expensive transfer of Portuguese football" and "also a candidate for the Gold Ball".
Reports in England state that Manchester United is ready to make an offer for the 19-year-old forward in the summer. Diary AS reports that Real Madrid and Barcelona are also monitoring the Portuguese player.
PAPER TALK (by Nick Judd)
Liverpool swooping for Malcom?
It seems that the man from Barcelona Malcom she is not thrilled to stay in one place for too long and could be in her suitcase again this summer.
Le10Sport reports that Liverpool could remove the wing from the hands of Barca at the end of the season. The Catalan club signed him last summer after scoring 23 goals in 96 appearances with the French national Bordeaux.
However, Malcom found it difficult to get into Barcelona from XI, earning just seven appearances in the Liga, pushing rumors that it could move to China. However, it seems that the interest from the Far East has cooled down, with Liverpool now claiming to be the first runner to sign the 21-year-old.
Blanc imagines the return of England
The former head of France and Paris-Saint Germain Laurent Blanc has hired the soccer agency Base Soccer to help him find a job in the Premier League, reports the Mirror.
The 53-year-old did not hide his desire to return to one of the most important European championships and is said to favor England, where he withdrew the title in 2003 as a Manchester United player.
As a manager, Blanc has won three French championship titles in three seasons at PSG, plus a championship and a double cup with Bordeaux in 2009.
– Paulo Dybala is ready to return to Juventus' starting XI this weekend, when the boss Massimiliano Allegri tries to suppress the rumors that connect him with a removal, reports the Daily Mail. Allegri described Dybala as "one of the best around" before confirming that he will come back to Frosinone.
– Visitors with hungry eyes on this page will have undoubtedly read our reports linking AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie to London rivals Tottenham and Chelsea. The rumors continue, but Kessie said he wants to stay in Milan. "I have five years left on my contract and I will stay here," he told Sport Mediaset (via insidefutbol.com).
– At the start of this week, Tottenham is in shape Son Heung-Min it was linked to a number of the best European clubs, but the Mail suggests that it is about to sign a new contract of £ 150,000 per week. Son has scored 16 goals in 23 games this season, causing a second salary increase in 12 months.