1. Milan want Bakayoko on permanent deal
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Tiemoue Bakayoko to a permanent deal if their resources allow.
The France midfielder struggled for form after joining Chelsea in 2017 and moved to Milan on loan at the start of the season, again enduring a tough start to life in a new country.
But the former Monaco man has since established himself as a key man for the Rossoneri, and the club want to keep him around long-term.
2. Galaxy announce Gonzalez signing
The LA Galaxy have announced the signing of former Columbus Crew defender Giancarlo Gonzalez from Serie A club Bologna.
The Galaxy also sent $400K in allocation money to Orlando City to move up to second in the league's allocation order and then a 2020 first round SuperDraft pick to Toronto to move into first.
“Giancarlo is a very experienced and talented central defender that we believe will strengthen our backline,” Galaxy GM Dennis te Kloese said in a club statement. “He is familiar with MLS and he has played at the highest levels across the world. We are excited to add him to our roster and look forward to integrating him into our team.”
3. Juventus to give Kean new contract
Juventus are prepared to give Moise Kean a new contract in hopes of increasing the striker's value, according to Calciomercato.com.
Kean's contract expires in 2020 and Juventus fear losing the teenager for little or no compensation if he were to depart at the end of his current contract.
Instead, Juve hope Kean's new deal brings his value up to at least sport news
€50 million (£43m/$56m), having rejected a €12m offer from Feyenoord a year ago.
4. Manchester United in 'pole position' for Portuguese star
Portuguese paper A Bola reports that Manchester United have inquired about Sporting Lisbon attacking midfielder Bruno Fernandes.
Although they will face stiff competition from AC Milan with the player reportedly interested in a move back to Italy, where he spent five years, A Bola reports the Old Trafford club are well placed to capture him.
The 24-year-old, who has tallied 27 goals and 15 assists this season, has a release clause of £86m ($112m).
5. Arsenal and Everton in for David Neres
Arsenal and Everton have opened talks with Ajax for Brazilian winger David Neres, report The Telegraph.
The 22-year-old, who scored a memorable goal in the Champions Leagueagainst Juventus on Wednesday, would cost at least £35m ($45m) the paper says.
The two English clubs will face stiff competition for the wide man, with Manchester United and Chelsea also rumourd to be interested.
Borussia Dortmund had a bid rejected by the Dutch club in January.
6. Benteke out at Selhurst?
Crystal Palace may be ready to jettison their Belgian cntre forward reports Belgian paper Het Laaste Nieuws.
Benteke was signed for a club record fee reported how to register a sportsbook account online
to be £32m ($41.8m) from Liverpool in 2016, but has not found the net this season.
The Eagles would be open to selling the player this summer as he enters the final year of his contract, worth an estimated £120,000 ($157,000) per week.