Latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and more.
Milan decide on Tomori’s future
AC Milan are keen to convert Fikayo Tomori’s loan deal into a permanent transfer.
The 23-year-old defender has played 11 matches this season for the Serie A side, and they are already impressed with the impact he has had.
After struggling to get consistent minutes under the then Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, Tomori completed a temporary move to San Siro in January. [Goal]
Wolves plot Ocampos swoop
Wolves want to go after Sevilla’s Lucas Ocampos in the summer transfer market, according to Football Insider.
The Argentine winger has a £62 million (€71m) release clause, but the Premier League side are hoping to sign him for less than that amount.
In order to raise funds for Ocampos’ transfer, however, Wolves might have to cash in on one of their first-team players.
Icardi to quit PSG?
Mauro Icardi is linked with an exit from Paris Saint-Germain after less than a year of completing his permanent move to the club.
The Argentine striker has emerged as a target for AS Roma, who are eyeing up replacements for Edin Dzeko.
Icardi has been restricted to just 14 starts across all competitions so far this season due to intense competition in attacking positions at PSG. [Corriere dello Sport]
Bayern act on Vazquez interest
Bayern Munich are have opened talks with Lucas Vazquez over a potential summer transfer, reports AS.
The 29-year-old has spent his entire senior career so far at Real Madrid but could finally leave the club as his contract is due to expire at the end of the season.
Real Madrid are seemingly unwilling to accept his renewal terms, and the versatile Spaniard could join Bayern as he is in advanced talks with the Bundesliga champions.
Spurs line up Lloris successors
Tottenham have three goalkeepers on their shortlist as they look to replace Hugo Lloris: Dean Henderson, Nick Pope, and Sam Johnstone.
Henderson’s chances of leaving Manchester United, however, is low. Pope and Johnstone are more probable options as they would cost less and could be tempted to play at a higher level after impressing with Burnley and West Brom respectively.
Lloris has been linked with a reunion with former manager Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain. [The Sun]