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Montpellier are closing in on Flamengo defender Matheus Thuler, l'Equipe reports, with the 21-year-old seen as the long-term successor to Hilton, 43.
Negotiations are said to be going well with regards to a one-year loan with an option to buy for around €4.7 million.
Nantes have parted ways with Raymond Domenech, with Antoine Kombouare taking his place as the club's head coach.
Brentford forward Ivan Toney could become a primary summer transfer target for West Ham, writes Eurosport.
The 24-year-old is billed as a pure goalscorer who could slot directly into a starting role.
He's produced 21 goals and seven assists in the Championship this campaign.
The front section of Mundo Deportivo's Thursday newspaper claims out-of-favour Real Madrid midfielder Isco wants to leave after being "ignored again" in the team's latest La Liga match against Getafe.
He was relegated to a substitute role despite a rash of injuries in the squad.
FC Cincinnati is closing in on a deal to sign Luciano Acosta from Atlas, writes The Athletic.
Acosta previously played in MLS for D.C. United and, because D.C. United still holds his rights, it would receive compensation for Acosta going to Cincinnati.
Liverpool were ordered by a tribunal to pay Fulhaman initial fee of £1.7 million for Harvey Elliott after the Reds signed Elliott in 2019. That figure could ultimately rise to£4 million depending on whether certain conditions are met.
PSG, Juventus and Real Madrid are keeping an eye on Pogba (Fabrizio Romano)
Manchester United avoided all-out war with Paul Pogba earlier this campaign, but that doesn't mean they will be able to keep him long-term.
In fact, PSG, Juventus and Real Madrid are all said to be eyeing a splashy move for Pogba this summer if they can't secure Lyon's Houssem Aouar, according to Fabrizio Romano.
New Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has vowed to give embattled goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga another chance of earning a place at the club before looking to sell him.