All transfer business is done and dusted for this season, but that doesn't stop clubs from preparing ahead for next season.
Friday morning's headlines:
Manchester United are confident that they will secure the signing of Borussia Dortmund attacker Jadon Sancho, so long as they achieve Champions League qualification. Read more.
Former Arsenal forward Ian Wright says that he would understand if Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang decided to leave the Gunners this summer. Read more.
Former Barcelona forward Samuel Eto'o believes that Lionel Messi will finish his career at the Catalan giants. Read more.
Juventus want to sign Paris Saint-Germain attacker Kylian Mbappe during this summer's transfer window, according to a report. Read more.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expects Paul Pogba to still be with the club heading into next season. Read more.
Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey is a £45m summer transfer target for Arsenal, according to a report. Read more.
A number of Premier League clubs are allegedly contemplating an approach for Real Madrid forward Luka Jovic. Read more.
Juventus are reportedly holding discussions regarding the potential signing of Inter Milan forward Mauro Icardi, who is currently on loan at Paris Saint-Germain. Read more.
The Republic of Ireland international has agreed to extend his stay at Bramall Lane. Read more.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang insists that he wants to remain at Arsenal, despite ongoing speculation regarding his future. Read more.
Real Madrid are now unlikely to attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba this summer, according to a report. Read more.
Chelsea could move for Porto's Alex Telles if they fail to sign Ben Chilwell from Leicester City, according to a report. Read more.
RB Leipzig attacker Marcel Sabitzer emerges as a transfer target for Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, according to a report. Read more.
Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke insists that the German club will not stand in Jadon Sancho's way if the attacker asks to leave. Read more.