1. Everton want to keep Gomes and Zouma
Marco Silva has said his team would like to keep baccarat tricks to win
on-loan pair Kurt Zouma and Andre Gomes.
"There's always a chance," Silva said on Thursday, "They are happy here, which is a good sign."
"It's up to the clubs also. It's in the player's minds also and they have to decide together within their own clubs. In the right moment we will do something."
2. Parker not focused on own future
Fulham caretaker manager Scott Parker insists he is focused on the west London club's end-of-season form rather than securing the permanent job, via Sky Sports.
The Cottagers have already been relegated back to the Championship and are yet to appoint a long-term successor to Claudio Ranieri.
3. Skriniar set to sign new Inter deal
Inter are set to renew Milan Skriniar's contract until 2023, according to Italian Journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.
The player's agent has reportedly been in talks with the Nerazzurri for a number of months.
Skriniar has been linked with the likes of Manchester United and Barcelona.
4. Batshuayi future up in the air
Crystal Palace do not have an option to make on-loan Chlesea striker Michy Batshuayi a permanent signing at the end of the season, Goal understands.
The Belgium international still has another two years left on his deal at Stamford Bridge, but is not in the immediate plans of Maurizio Sarri.
Read the full story here on Goal.
5. 'Pogba & Hazard welcome at Real Madrid'
Paul Pogba and Eden Hazard would be “welcome” at Real Madrid, says Casemiro, with Neymar another of the “very good players” who would slot seamlessly into the How to sign up for a sportsbook account at w88
The Brazilian midfielder has said: "I always say that Madrid must have the best players, as this is the best club in the world."
6. Benayoun announces retirement
Former Liverpool, Chelsea and West Ham midfielder Yossi Benayoun has announced his retirement from footbal.
The 38-year-old Israeli finished his career with Beitar Jerusalem.
7. Leicester looking for another striker
Brendan Rodgers is eager to bring another striker onto his books at Leicester.
The Foxes boss wants competition and assistance for Jamie Vardy, saying: “There are still areas we need to strengthen in the squad, whether we are in Europe or not. If we want to sustain any sort of challenge we need more strength in depth.”
8. The next Dani Alves? Introducing Juve new boy Wesley
Cafu, Dani Alves, Maicon - Brazil has produced some of the best right-backs of the last 30 years, and now Juventus look to have got their hands on the latest flying full-back off the Selecao production line.
Wesley de Oliveira, known predominantly by his first name, confirmed on Thursday that he is set to sign a contract with the Serie A champions after rejecting the opportunity to stay at Flamengo.
9. Martinez won't be taking Celtic post
Belgium boss Roberto Martinez will not be returning to club management at Celtic, claims his agent.
Jesse De Preter has said in The Scotsman: "Roberto always seems to be on the w88 mobile
shortlist as soon as there is a vacancy at a big club. But this is a false rumour about him going to Celtic."