Lets takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and around the world

   Sacking Koeman would cost Barca €12m

Barcelona would have to pay Ronald Koeman €12 million (£10m/$15m) if they decide to sack the Dutch manager, reports RAC1.

Koeman’s future with the club is in doubt after he failed to deliver La Liga or the Champions League in his first season at the helm.

But Koeman signed a two-year contract with a majority of his salary deferred to the second season, meaning his removal would be costly. 

Wilder to take over at West Brom

Former Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder will take over as West Brom’s new manager, reports The Mirror.

Wilder was sacked by the Blades in midseason, with the club unable to avoid relegation.

The Baggies were also relegated to the Championship this term, with Sam Allardyce leaving at the end of the season.

Solskjaer set for three-year Man Utd deal

The Norwegian will be rewarded despite failing to win a trophy at Old Trafford so far

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be handed a new three-year contract with Manchester United, reports The Telegraph.

Solskjaer has been at the helm for two and a half seasons after initially taking over from Jose Mourinho on an interim basis. 

The Norwegian led United to a second-place finish in the Premier League this term, but has yet to win a trophy at Old Trafford.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Man Utd 2020-21

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Chiellini to extend Juventus deal

Lyon sporting director Juninho slams outgoing Depay

Lyon sporting director Juninho had strong words for Memphis Depay, accusing the outgoing striker of wanting the entire team to revolve around him as if he were Lionel Messi, Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo or Kylian Mbappe.

The former Manchester United man was top scorer for Lyon in 2020-21, netting 21 times in Ligue 1 to finish behind only Mbappe as the division’s most prolific player. 

But he will not be staying past this summer, with Barcelona widely tipped to snap up the Netherlands international on a free transfer. 

Minnesota Utd loan out Kibungunchy

Barca weigh up Donnarumma approach

Man City look to smash transfer record for £100m Grealish

Harry Kane is also a top target for Pep Guardiola

Manchester City are ready to make Jack Grealish England’s first £100 million ($142m) player

The Aston Villa star is a top target in midfield for Pep Guardiola and could be followed in moving to the Etihad by unsettled Tottenham ace Harry Kane.

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Tottenham closer to Pochettino return

Tottenham are edging closer to re-appointing Mauricio Pochettino

The Argentine is unhappy with life at Paris Saint-Germain and believes he has unfinished business with Spurs after being sacked in 2019.

Pochettino has only been at the helm of PSG for six months. 

Rangers move for McBurnie

Rangers are looking to strengthen their ranks with Sheffield United striker Oli McBurnie

The forward is keen to leave Bramall Lane following relegation and would be available for around £15 million ($21m).

Man Utd line up Oblak-De Gea swap (The Sun)

Atletico will be offered former No.1 De Gea as part of deal

Manchester United are lining up an ambitious transfer swap deal for Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak

The Liga champions will be offered the chance of a reunion with former No.1 David de Gea as part of the deal for the Slovenia ace, who is rated at £70 million ($99m).

Jan Oblak Atletico Madrid 2020-21

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