1938 BST: Real Madrid are interested in signing David Villa but are yet to reach an agreement to buy the Valencia striker, Real president Florentino Perez said on Spanish TV station Telemadrid.
1507 BST: Birmingham will sign Ecuador international defender Giovanny Espinoza from Sporting Club Barcelona in his homeland. (Full story: Birmingham Mail)
1319 BST: Lazio striker Goran Pandev has told the club he wants to leave, which may alert Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham as well as Italian club Juventus. (Full story: Sporting Life)
1241 BST: Argentine Javier Mascherano's agent says the combative Liverpool midfielder would welcome a move to Barcelona. (Full story: The Sun)
1134 BST: Tottenham midfielder Didier Zokora wants talks about his future with manager Harry Redknapp after being linked with a move to Sevilla. (Full story: The Premier League)
1121: Arsenal striker Robin van Persie has backed the club's possible signing of Ajax defender Thomas Vermaelen. "It's a good thing. There's nothing wrong with the qualities of Vermaelen. He can play as left-back and central defender and we need this type of player," Van Persie told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.
1029 BST: AC Milan's Alexandre Pato wants talks with former manager and new Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti ahead of sorting out his future. "Before deciding my future I want to talk with him. At the end of June, after the Confederations Cup in South Africa, I will talk with the Milan directors," he told Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
0955 BST: Real Madrid are close to the signing of Valencia striker David Villa. (Spanish newspaper Marca)
0937 BST: Real Madrid president Florentino Perez will switch his attentions to signing Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo after capturing Kaka. "Ronaldo is a great player who we would like to bring to the club but first we have to speak to Manchester United because the important thing is for us to maintain a good rapport with everyone," he told Sky Italia.
0843 BST: Aston Villa have denied making Newcastle striker Michael Owen a two-year contract offer. (Press Association)
Valencia striker David Villa will decide on a move to either Real Madrid or Chelsea this week. (Full story: The Sun)
Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner has backed boss Martin O'Neill's attempts to outgun Everton and Roma in the battle for Newcastle striker Michael Owen. (Full story: Daily Mirror)
West Brom will hold out for £2.5m in compensation if they lose their management team to Celtic. (The Times)
West Brom want £1.5m for Tony Mowbray should they lose their manager to Celtic. (The Scotsman)
Celtic have told West Brom they will not pay £2m in compensation for manager Tony Mowbray. (The Sun)
St Johnstone have vowed to hold on to manager Derek McInnes after the former West Brom midfielder was linked with his former club. (Daily Record)
Watford have failed in an approach for St Johnstone manager Derek McInnes after a failure to agree compensation. (The Sun)
Ian McCall will tell Partick Thistle today whether he will accept a new contract, with Motherwell having made an approach for the manager and Falkirk also interested. (Daily Record)
Retiring defending Steven Pressley is expected to be among the candidates for the Falkirk manager's job, with seniors players Jackie McNamara and Neil McCann as assistants. (The Scotsman)
Steven Pressley is favourite to succeed John Hughes as Falkirk manager ahead of Ian McCall, Alex Rae and John Robertson. (Daily Express)
Motherwell manager Mark McGhee is expected to confirm his departure for Aberdeen this morning. (Daily Record)
Aberdeen expect to unveil Mark McGhee as their new manager by the end of this week. (Daily Express)
Hearts manager Csaba Laszlo is heading for showdown talks in Lithuania about player funds with owner Vladimir Romanov. (Daily Express)
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has had offers of £10, Oasis tickets and a Curly Wurly after inviting offers for the Tyneside outfit by e-mail. The Magpies have been given a £100m price tag. (Full story: The Sun)
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