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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West Brom have been linked with a move for Ashley Young.
Kevin Wimmer could be set for a run of matches in Tottenham Hotspur's starting line-up.
Pritchard only moved to Norwich City last summer but could be en route back to the Premier League with either Burnley or Swansea City.
Middlesbrough have reportedly snubbed a bid from Aston Villa for striker Jordan Rhodes.
West Ham United are expected to be busy in the transfer market this month.
Manchester United have set a price for Adnan Januzaj, but don't expect Sunderland to bid.
Nottingham Forest midfielder Henri Lansbury is wanted by both Aston Vila and Derby County.
The emergence of Kalvin Phillips and Ronaldo Vieira has certainly eased the pain of Cook's absence.
Leeds have been linked to Fabian Delph.
Manchester City midfielder Fabian Delph started his career at Leeds United.
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.