Welcome to this evening's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Atletico Madrid looking at Joao Carlos?' and 'Barcelona looking at Dimitri Payet?' plus more, so delve in below.
Alan Brazil thinks Celtic will sign one big-name player this summer.
The Everton defender has reportedly turned down a move to Barcelona this summer.
Cana was sent off after 37 minutes of Albania's Euro 2016 opener with Switzerland on Saturday.
Ibrox side Rangers can win the Scottish Premiership title next season, says Queens Park Rangers winger Matt Phillips.
Swansea City could sell Alberto Paloschi six months after buying him.
Rangers have been linked with a move to sign striker Tom Bradshaw.
Ricardo Rodriguez is a rumoured transfer target for Arsenal.
Newcastle will play in the Championship next season after getting relegated from the Premier League.
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Steve Walsh was hired to bring his talent spotting skills to Everton and signing Burnley striker Daniel Agyei would demonstrate his ability to unearth gems.
The Croatian goalkeeper has little chance of a Chelsea breakthrough.
Brendan Rodgers launched Raheem Sterling's career at Liverpool and he could do the same with Manchester City prodigy Jadon Sancho at Celtic.
Southampton and AS Monaco are reportedly interested in signing Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Helder Costa in the summer transfer window.
West Ham United's Karren Brady is not a big fan of Manchester United's star man.
West Ham United vice-chairman Karren Brady recently had a chance meeting with Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Jan Vertonghen could have joined Arsenal back in 2012.
Speculation surrounding the future use of West Ham United's Olympic Stadium home has made the headlines again this week.
Rangers teenager Myles Beerman has been hailed by former striker Gordon Dalziel.
West Ham United attacking midfielder Martin Samuelsen has been on loan at Peterborough United since January.
Albania waited 70 years to play in a major tournament and then lost their first match in one inside the opening five minutes.
It’s been a typical tournament for the US men’s national team. Questions abound about Jürgen Klinsmann’s choices. The team has looked at times bereft of attacking ideas. And yet here we are, with one game to go in the group stage of the Copa América, and the math is as simple as it always seems to be: win (or draw), and they’re in.