Manchester United are confident of signing Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale, 26, for a world-record £94.6m fee. (El Confidencial, via Daily Star)
Paris St-Germain are considering activating 24-year-old Barcelona and Brazil forward Neymar's £153m release clause. (Daily Mail)
Juventus striker Alvaro Morata, 23, will turn down a move to Old Trafford if Manchester United sign Sweden international Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 34.(Onda Cero, via Gazzetta dello Sport)
But Ibrahimovic's potential move to United looks to be on hold after Sweden manager Erik Hamren said the striker will not be flying to England. (Goteborgs-Posten, Guardian)
Manchester City want to tie up a deal for 22-year-old Athletic Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte in the next few days. (Marca)
England striker Jamie Vardy's move to Arsenal from Premier League champions Leicester City is off after the 29-year-old turned down a medical.(Talksport)
Belgium and Marseille forward Michy Batshuayi, 22, wants a £100,000-per-week contract to join Tottenham Hotspur. (Daily Mirror)
Juventus are favourites to beat Everton to the signing of Southampton and Italy forward Graziano Pelle, 30. (Sportitalia, via Talksport)
Liverpool are considering a move for 22-year-old Lille midfielder Sofiane Boufal. (Foot Mercato, via Daily Express)
West Brom have denied receiving any formal offers for 22-year-old striker Saido Berahino, despite interest from Watford. (Express and Star)
Everton remain interested in signing Netherlands and Ajax goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen, 27, who had attracted the interest of former manager Roberto Martinez last season. (Daily Mirror)
A release clause in Arsenal target Ricardo Rodriguez's contract is now active, according to the 23-year-old Wolfsburg defender's agent. (TMW Radio, via Daily Express)
Crystal Palace will have to double their £5m offer for defender Lewis Dunk if they want to sign the 24-year-old from Brighton. (Daily Mirror)
Sunderland will accept a fee of around £2m for midfielder Emanuele Giaccherini with a number of Serie A clubs hoping to sign the 31-year-old Italy international. (Calcio Mercato, via Talksport)
Arsenal and Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil, 27, says England are one of the favourites to win Euro 2016. (Evening Standard)
Former England midfielder Steven Gerrard, 36, has told Roy Hodgson to be ruthless with his team selection, but insists the Three Lions sides he played in should not be deemed a "failure". (Daily Telegraph)
Swansea City are planning to open talks with 26-year-old midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson over a new long-term contract at the Liberty Stadium. (South Wales Evening Post)
Aston Villa manager Roberto di Matteo will not look to replace goalkeeper Brad Guzan, 31, with West Brom's Boaz Myhill, 33. (Birmingham Mail)
Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry says he is staggered that Jamie Vardy is hesitating over a move from champions Leicester to the Gunners.(BBC Radio 5 live)
The best of social media
Manchester United and England defender Luke Shaw, who will miss Euro 2016 through injury,
">had this message
">had this messagefor his Three Lions team-mates: "Good luck to the lads tomorrow!! We'll all be behind you."
Everton midfielder Ross Barkley got a message of support from Toffees team-mate Bryan Oviedo. "Good luck bro #EvertonFamily,"
">he posted on Twitter.
">he posted on Twitter.
Watford forward Troy Deeney will not be featuring at Euro 2016, but the 27-year-old is not using that as an excuse to rest up this summer,
">tweeting:"Early morning session done #AlwaysWorking"
Former West Ham, Middlesbrough and Norwich midfielder Gary O'Neil, now at Bristol City,
">just can't pick a winner:
">just can't pick a winner:"Looking forward to the #Euro2016 openers. Wide open tournament this time. No standout teams for me!"
Dimitri Payet's winner for France against Romania got the football world talking...
Is Sergio Ramos considering a career change? Spain team-mate Alvaro Morata let Ramos loose on his hair, with the Real Madrid defender posting a video of his work on Instagram, adding: "Making my debut as a hairdresser with @AlvaroMorata. Looks good, doesn't it?"