1. Rashford nears new £78m Manchester United deal
The striker is set to sign a massive w88 mobile
contract to stay at Old Trafford
Marcus Rashford is nearing a new contract with Manchester United that will pay him £78 million ($102m) over five years, according to the Mirror.
With his current deal set to expire at the end of next season, the 21-year-old has been locked in talks with United over a new deal.
And it appears that a breakthrough has been made with Rashford set to earn £300,000 per week, more than tripling his current wage of £80,000 per week.
2. Hazard will refuse to sign new Chelsea deal
Even if Chelsea play hardball with Real Madrid, the Belgian has his mind made up
With his current deal set to expire at the end of next season, Eden Hazard will refuse to sign a new Chelsea contract, reports The Telegraph.
Real Madrid are closing in on a move for Hazard, and the Belgian will attempt to force the transfer through by informing Chelsea he won't be signing a new deal.
Even if the Blues tell Madrid they won't sell, Hazard's refusal to sign a new contract would likely force Chelsea to accept a transfer fee this summer rather than allow him to leave for free next year.
3. Conte demands £9m per season to manage Inter
The Daily Mail reports former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is willing to manager Inter, but only if the club make him the highest-paid manager in Serie A.
Current Inter boss Luciano Spalletti may be sacked at the end of the season, despite leading his side to their current third place position in the league.
Conte, who has been without work how to register at 188bet
since leaving Chelsea at the end of last season, will demand £9 million (€10m/$12m) per season to take over at San Siro.
4. Reynoso signs new deal with Boca Juniors
Emmanuel Reynoso has signed a new deal with Boca Juniors, the club revealed on Tuesday.
Reynoso, 23, has made 26 appearances for the club this season.
The midfielder joined Boca from Talleres de Cordoba in 2018.
5. Deulofeu wants Milan return
Watford star Gerard Deulofeu wants to return to Milan at the end of the season, according to Calciomercato.
The 25-year-old has been in sensational form in recent weeks, leading to reports he could be looking to move to a bigger club in the summer.
Deulofeu was on loan at Milan in 2016-17 and wants to return on a permanent basis, with Watford set to hold out for up to €45 million (£39m/$51m).
6. Man City looking to beat Milan to Everton
Man City are hoping to beat Milan to the signature of Gremio striker Everton, The Sun reports.
City are understood to have spoken to Gremio in recent days, looking to steal a march on their Serie A rivals.
Pep Guardiola's side are willing to pay £45 million ($59m) for the 23-year-old.
7. Four clubs in for Birmingham star Adams
Four clubs are looking to sign Birmingham City striker Che Adams this summer, reports The Sun.
Adams, 22, has attracted plenty of attention after scoring play baccarat online for real money
22 goals in 42 games this season.
Everton, Southampton, Burnley and Norwich City are all chasing Adams, who is almost certain to leave Birmingham at season's end.