Latest Transfer News | Friday 25th May

  • Manchester United are ready to pay the £79m required to land Douglas Costa, should Juventus fail to take up the option to sign him.
  • Senior Everton players are ready to quit over a deep division in the dressing room involving Tom Davies and Oumar Niasse.
  • Martin Dubravka claims his £4m move to Newcastle depends on Rafa Benitez’s future.
  • Wolves are lining up a raid for Fenerbahce’s Brazil midfielder Josef de Souza.
  • Former West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is in line to become manager of China’s national side.
  • Manchester City will hand Phil Foden a five-year deal worth £25,000-a-week when he turns 18 next week.
  • Liverpool hope to seal a £60m move for Nabil Fekir after their Champions League final against Real Madrid this weekend.
  • Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has held talks to become the new Derby County manager after dropping out of the running to take charge at Ipswich.
  • Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has requested at least £100m to sign fresh talent this summer Wilfried Zaha, Anthony Martial and Ryan Sessegnon on the club’s radar.
  • Manchester United are unsure if they will continue their attempts to sign Lazio midfielder Serjej Milinkovic-Savic after the Serie A club put a £87.5m price tag on him.
  • West Ham have begun a wholesale clear-out of players and backroom staff under new manager Manuel Pellegrini, who plans to significantly overhaul the first-team squad with up to seven new signings this summer.
  • Manchester United want to complete the double signing of Fred and Toby Alderweireld before the World Cup starts next month
  • Leicester are among a host of clubs in the Premier League and Championship tracking AFC Fylde star Serhat Tasdemir.
  • Rangers midfielder Josh Windass is a £3m target for Cardiff.
  • Rangers striker Eduardo Herrera could be on his way to former team Pumas UNAM.
  • Outraged Rangers chairman Dave King has called for SFA board member Gary Hughes to be suspended pending an independent investigation into his Ibrox fans’ slur.
  • David Hopkin is top of St Mirren’s list to replace Jack Ross after the Livingston boss snubbed a return to Morton.