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.
Fed to the Wolves? The men of the Black Country want Felix
The wolves are planning an unstoppable blow for the young prodigy of Benfica Joao Felix, so say the mirror. Felix has emerged as one of the hottest prospects of European football since he made his Benfica arc in August.
Since then, he has beaten the goals and put himself at the head of the Portuguese giants – all before making 20. The wolves will not be short of competitions for his signature, with some of the biggest names on the continent who are already looking for a place in queuing for his services.
Characters like Manchester United, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are all interested in signing a player who is unlikely to go cheap. Above all because his current contract with Benfica does not end before 2023.
But the mirror is convinced that the well-publicized link between the wolves and the superagent Jorge Mendes could give the Premier League surprise package in the fight for his signature.
Ole Ole Ole, work work
The Sun reports that the Norwegian magician Ole Gunnar Solskjaer full-time work as a gaffer from Old Trafford will be delivered. The miracle operator turned United from a dysfunctional mob to the shape team in Europe after taking the place at the wheel of Jose Mourinho.
United is firmly convinced that the search for a new permanent leader remains ongoing but Solskjaer's incredible breakthrough means that any move to appoint someone else to the role could end up being deeply unpopular with regular customers of Old Trafford .
The manager met the co-owner Avram Glazer after Saturday's 3-0 win at Fulham, the club's tenth win in 11 games under Scandinavia.
Any move to name Solskjaer will be welcomed by Spurs fans, with Mauricio Pochettino widely regarded as the club's main goal.
Milan eye discount Bakayoko
Chelsea Tiemoue Bakayoko he lived a torrid moment in London, so it should not be surprising that the former Munich midfielder desperately wants to temporarily pass his temporary passage to Milan.
However, getting a deal on the finish line could be a difficult task. Calciomercato reports that the Italian giants are looking at a discount on the commission of 35 million euros that have already agreed with the Blues, with the Rossoneri plan to start playing hard ball with the Blues in April.
The player himself is already planning a future away from Stamford Bridge and has instructed his management team to do everything possible to make his transfer a reality.
After having performed brilliantly for Milan this season and shown why he was seen as one of the brightest talents in Europe while in Monaco – regular customers of San Siro hope that the end of his nightmare at Chelsea will inaugurate a series of dreams in Serie A.
– La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Inter is ready to make a move for the Barca star Ivan Rakitic – and that the Croatian midfield master would prefer a move in Italy compared to the Premier League. The player has been linked to a number of English clubs, including Everton, in recent days.
– Edin Dzeko it could be on the way to West Ham for £ 15m. This is according to Calciomercato, which reports that the former Manchester City star may be on the road to the Hammers from Rome.
– He could Kasper Schmeichel Are you looking for a move to Leicester? The Sun certainly thinks, citing his father, Denmark and the Manchester United legend, Peter, who said that the Foxes did not have a manager who could get the best out of the club's players. What Claude Puel makes of those comments is guessed by anyone, but speculations about the future of Schmeichel are not new. The Danish number 1 has been linked to moves with Chelsea and Rome in the recent past.