The summer transfer window is already heating up as managers eye new recruits to beef up their squads. Harry Kane is still intent on leaving Tottenham, with the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea are all interested.
Real Madrid have filled their vacant managerial spot by bringing back Carlo Ancelotti, who spent the last season with Everton.
Liverpool have already made their move in the market by signing RB Leipzig defender Ibrahima Konate, and will be looking to bring in a few more reinforcements too.
With that, here are the top transfer rumours of the day.
Florentino Perez responds to Varane rumours
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has claimed the club is yet to receive a single offer for Raphael Varane, who has been linked with an exit this summer.
Perez told El Transistor: "I read news in the newspapers [about Varane leaving] and I don’t know anything. He is a gentleman, if he wants to stay, he will stay and, if not, he will leave."
Grealish inches closer to Man City
Jack Grealish could reportedly leave Aston Villa and be on his way to Manchester City in a £100m deal after Euro 2020 ends.
According to the Daily Mail, Pep Guardiola's side will not make an official bid for Grealish until the end of Euro 2020, but are looking forward to having him link up for the team's pre-season preparations in July.
Mbappe asks to leave PSG
Kylian Mbappe has reportedly asked to leave Paris Saint-Germain once his contract expires next season, handing a major boost to Real Madrid and Liverpool.
The former Monaco star was expected to sign a new deal at the Parc Des Princes, but according to RMC sports journalist Daniel Riolo, Mbappe has asked to leave the club after "losing faith" in their project.
United continue Pogba contract talks
Manchester United are reportedly still in contract negotiations with Paul Pogba, according to Sky Sports.
The Frenchman is entering the final 12 months of his current deal and has been linked with moves to Real Madrid and Juventus. The Red Devils are afraid of losing Pogba on a free next summer if they fail to agree on a new deal.