Our friends at Football Whispers have rounded up all the latest transfer rumours from across the continent.
With the European football season coming to an end, clubs are beginning to ratchet up their summer transfer plans.
We round up the best from the press across Europe…
Alvaro Morata has flown to Milan to seal a move to the Rossoneri, with the Spanish International striker set to be paid a salary of €7.5million a year at the San Siro. (Marca)
Ahead of his final match in charge of Barcelona, Luis Enrique refused to rule out a return to the Catalan club in the future. He is expected to take a sabbatical year, but “never say never” on the 47-year-old one day sitting on the Camp Nou bench again. (SPORT)
Gianluigi Donnarumma has been told by AC Milan that should he reject the contract they have offered the 18-year-old goalkeeper he will spend next season “in the stands” before he is able to make a move to the Premier League or Juventus next summer as a free agent. (Gazzetta dello Sport)
Juventus have met with Angel Di Maria’s new agent Pablo Sabbag to discuss the potential transfer of the Paris Saint-Germain winger to the Bianconeri, with Inter Milan also interested. No decisive moves have been made yet, though. (Calciomercato)
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German legend Ottmar Hitzfeld expects Borussia Dortmund to part ways with Thomas Tuchel this summer, revealing there is “no dialogue at all” between the manager and managing director Hans-Joachim Watzke. (Bild)
Schalke are targeting Chelsea’s Bertrand Traore after the Burkina Faso forward spent a successful season on loan at Ajax, scoring 14 goals for the Amsterdam side over the course of the campaign. (Bild)
Marseille have approached Rubin Kazan over a potential move for former Arsenal and Barcelona midfielder Alex Song, although no firm offer has been made. (France Football)
Thomas Lemar is a target for Tottenham Hotspur, with the Premier League club expressing a “keen interest” in the midfielder to AS Monaco. However, they will face competition, with Juventus also interested. (France Football)