Michael Carrick has agreed a new deal with Manchester United
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Sunday 28 May
03.15 Michael Carrick has agreed a one-year extension with Manchester United.
Speculation was mounting over his future, but the 35-year-old put the matter to bed by signing the new deal.
Speaking about it, he said: “What a fantastic way to finish off the season, with a new trophy in our cabinet.
“I am delighted that my journey with this great club is going to continue.”
23.40: Manchester City are reportedly looking to sign Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Gianluigi Donnarumma has now emerged as a Manchester City target too
The AC Milan shot-stopper has emerged as a Manchester United target, with the club bracing themselves for David De Gea’s departure.
It is said they are planning a huge £65million bid, but according to the Daily Mail, City also have designs on the 18-year-old.
And it is reported he is their top target.
21.50: Thibaut Courtois is hoping Chelsea hand him a new contract.
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The Belgian has been linked with a move to Real Madrid but he says he is in the process of negotiating a new deal with the Blues.
"Contract talks haven't opened but I am happy at Chelsea,” Courtois, speaking after Chelsea’s FA Cup final loss to Arsenal, told Sky Sports.
“I hope they reward me with a good contract then there will be no doubt I will sign it.”
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21.15: Barcelona are willing to sell Neymar in order to sign Marco Verratti, according to reports.
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Verratti has been on Barca's radar for some time although the Ligue 1 outfit are reluctant to part with their star man.
However, Yahoo Sport claim Barca are willing to go to any lengths to sign the Italian.
They suggest Barca would cash in on Neymar in a bid to convince PSG into parting with Verratti.
19.40: Zlatan Ibrahimovic has his pick of clubs despite being ruled out until January.
The Manchester United did his ACL last month ending his season prematurely.
United are keen to keep him on the books after a stunning first season in England.
But his agent Mino Raiola says he could could go elsewhere.
Speaking to Sky Italia, Raiola said: “Many clubs have asked for Zlatan.”
Ibrahimovic has been linked with a move to MLS, but Raiola says he wants to stay in Europe for two more years.
Marco Verratti is on Barcelona's radar
18.20: Manchester United are closing in on a move for Inter Milan star Ivan Perisic, according to reports.
Italian broadcaster Mediaset Premium claim Perisic now has his heart set on a move to Old Trafford after being convinced by Jose Mourinho.
They claim a move for the forward would cost £39m plus bonuses.
17.00: Eden Hazard on his Chelsea future: "At this moment, there's nothing on the table. We're waiting for the end of the season," he told Belgian publication Het Nieuwsblad.
"I'm still calm. We will talk. If not, then we'll see."
Eden Hazard on Chelsea signing Romelu Lukaku: "If I sign a contract, maybe there won't be enough money left to get Romelu!
"I'm kidding. Whoever comes in, we'll be ready for the new season."
16.25: Chelsea are said to putting together a plan to bring Gareth Bale to Stamford Bridge this summer.
The Real Madrid forward is uncertain of his future after a difficult season in Madrid.
With Real having won the league and into the Champions League final things should be perfect for Bale.
But he’s struggled with injuries and losses of form with Isco impressing in his absence.
And reports in Spain claim Chelsea are keen to snap him – while United have also been linked with a move.
And Don Balon report that Chelsea would look to include Eden Hazard in a deal for Bale if Real make an approach for the Belgium winger.
15.40: Lionel Messi has been left angry with Barcelona for missing out on Bernardo Silva, according to reports.
The Argentine believed he would make an ideal addition to Barca's squad.
But yesterday Manchester city confirmed his £43m move to the Etihad from Monaco as Silva signed a five-year contract and Messi is annoyed the club didn't do more to try and sign the midfielder.
15.00:: Michy Batshuayi has hinted he could leave Chelsea on loan this summer.
The Belgium striker struggled to impose himself at Stamford Bridge this summer with Diego Costa the number one striker.
And Batshuayi, linked with West Ham and Newcastle, says he could go out on loan.
“Honestly, I’m not trying to think too much [about my future],” Batshuayi told Belgian publication Het Nieuwsblad.
“We still have a match and I’m trying 200 per cent.
“After that it will up to the board and the coach to make a decision.
“I’m a player and I’ll go wherever Chelsea sends me.”
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is a long-term admirer of Mario Gotze
14.40: Manchester City are keen on a deal to sign Benfica goalkeeper Ederson.
City began their summer spending yesterday with a £43million Monaco star Bernardo Silva.
And they will empty their pockets this summer with Ederson on their radar.
The Daily Mail claim he is their top keeper target with Willy Caballero having been released this week and Joe Hart likely to leave.
14.15: Liverpool are reportedly still interested in signing Borussia Dortmund midfielder Mario Gotze.
Gotze was heavily linked with a move to Liverpool last summer before he completed a return to Borussia Dortmund from Bayern Munich.
The 24-year-old midfielder rose to prominence during his first spell at Dortmund under Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.
And according to transfer outlet TMW, Klopp is keen to renew his interest in the Germany international this summer.
Klopp is reportedly lining up Gotze as a potential replacement for Philippe Coutinho, who continues to be linked with a move to Barcelona.
12.15 Luis Suarez has demanded Barcelona do NOT sell Neymar this summer.
Speculation is growing that Neymar could be allowed to leave the Nou Camp after a seemingly below par season.
Neymar’s goal figures weren’t great with just 13 in La Liga, compared to Suarez’s 29 and Messi’s 37.
But Suarez, according to Don Balon, has stepped in to insists that Neymar is a huge part of the club and must be kept.
12:05: According to German outlet Nieuwsblad, Arsenal are in talks with Borussia Monchengladbach about signing midfielder Thorgan Hazard this summer.
The Gunners are said to be prepared to spend £15million on Hazard, but Gladbach sporting director Max Eberl is reportedly unwilling to do business for such a small fee.
Gladbach signed Hazard for just £6m two years ago after an initial loan spell and are thought to value his services at around £26m.
11.45: Alvaro Morata is closing in on a switch to AC Milan according to reports in Italy.
Morata is on Chelsea and Manchester United’s radar but looks set to seal a move to Milan.
The Spain striker spent two years at Juventus and enjoyed his time in Italy.
But he has struggled since returning to Real Madrid where Karim Benzema has remained first choice under Zinedine Zidane.
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11:15: Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin insists he has no intention of leaving the Gunners in the near future amid speculation linking him with a return to Barcelona.
"I signed my contract for a reason," Bellerin told the Daily Mail when asked about a return to the Nou Camp.
"I signed it because I wanted to be here. I wouldn't have done it otherwise.
"Arsenal is the club that gave me the chance to be a professional and since the first time I met with the boss he's always said if I progressed the right way I could be an Arsenal player for a long time.
"I've been here nearly six years and I love London. I'm still discovering the city."
11am: Gary Cahill came close to joining Arsenal before he eventually signed for Chelsea.
Cahill moved to Chelsea from Bolton and has been impressive on their way to the league title this season.
But he admits he could have been lining up in red at Wembley this afternoon.
“It was close," he said. “The move broke down on the fee, nothing to do with me.
“It never got down to whether or not I wanted to go there, it was between the two clubs. They showed interest, but they couldn’t agree a fee."
Hector Bellerin rules out Barcelona return
10.40: Manchester City have kicked off their £300million summer spending with the £43m signing of Bernardo Silva.
And the Portugal playmaker is very much just the start.
City are eyeing a right-back, with Kyle Walker expected to join, a left-back, at least one centre-back, and a holding midfielder.
Guardiola also wants another goalkeeper and another forward with Alexis Sanchez the top target.
The Manchester Evening News claim City chiefs have given Guardiola the go-ahead to splash £300m to rebuild the side and make them challengers again.
10:00 Interesting comments from Eden Hazard today.
Speaking to Belgian outlet HNB, Hazard said: "If I'm signing a new deal, there's maybe no money left for Romelu. I'm joking."
Watch this space on that one… Remember he's wanted by Chelsea and Manchester United.
09:10: Alvaro Morata was on Chelsea and Manchester United's radar… but if reports coming out of Spain are anything to go by, a Prem move is not going to happen.
Marca are saying Morata has flown out for talks with AC Milan and that he's already agreed a deal.
The striker wants to leave because he's unhappy with a lack of game-time at Real.
08:50: Antoine Griezmann took to Twitter last night to say he's still an Atletico player and reports he's agreed a move to Manchester United are wrong.
Spanish newspaper Marca have a theory, though.
They believe Griezmann is only saying that so he can get a better wage deal at Old Trafford. Interesting theory.
"The rumours are unfounded, I am still a Colchonero," Griezmann said on Twitter. "My destiny will be decided after discussing it with my sporting advisors."
Antoine Griezmann is Manchester United's top transfer target for this summer
07:50: So who will Manchester United sign? I hear you ask.
Last night, Antoine Griezmann came out and said he could leave Atletico Madrid – although he refused to say he'd be moving to Old Trafford.
Our sources in Manchester are saying the Frenchman is Jose Mourinho's top summer transfer target – far from big breaking news.
They are also saying James Rodriguez is being monitored but is NOT a priority. Instead, Romelu Lukaku is on United's radar and a far more interesting option they want to explore.
Despite selling him while boss of Chelsea, Mourinho remains a big fan and wants to bring him to Old Trafford. Interesting…
07:40: Staying at United, is this a transfer hint from Danny Rose?
In an interview with the BBC last night. he appeared to suggest players could leave Tottenham.
He said: "A player might feel that he’s done enough at Tottenham, and he might fancy a change. You might feel that Tottenham is a nearly-club, we nearly go close to winning the league, we nearly go close to winning the semi-final of the FA Cup.
"I think the club can only do so much and try and make a place here that the club’s going in the right direction and if you stick with us it won’t be long before we win something."
07:30: And there's some interesting quotes from Sergio Romero, who wants to stay at Manchester United.
Has he been promised the No.1 shirt to replace David De Gea?
"My intention is to stay. I could be the number one or number two, it all depends on hard work and I do work hard," Romero said.
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"I chose to come here because of what the club is. It’s a huge club, one of the biggest in the world, something I just couldn't say no to. I knew it might be a little harder here to play a lot.
07:15: It's FA Cup final day – so what better place to start than with Chelsea AND Arsenal – and Gary Cahill.
He's come out and revealed he could have been lining up for Arsenal today – because he was close to joining them in 2011 from Bolton.
Cahill said: “It was close. The move broke down on the fee, nothing to do with me.
“It never got down to whether or not I wanted to go there, it was between the two clubs. They showed interest, but they couldn’t agree a fee.
“It seemed like it went on forever, there was speculation for about a year and a half. I thought it would never happen. It was not distracting on the pitch, but personally.
“I had a fantastic time at Bolton, but as a player when you hear the big clubs are sniffing, you want to achieve as much as you can.”