The coronavirus pandemic has made the summer transfer window uncertain, but here are the rumours floating around Europe's big leagues and beyond.
TOP STORY: Man United in race for Adama Traore
It also has been reported that Bayern Munich might decide to make a move whenever the transfer window opens.
Traore has received plenty of attention this campaign due to his swashbuckling style of play, while he has also managed four goals and seven assists.
There are still three years on his Wolves contract, but it is unknown whether the calibre of the clubs showing an interest in him could tempt the 24-year-old into leaving Molineux.
21.38 BST: Alex Telles is Paris Saint-Germain's first-choice full-back target, but Le10 Sport writes that Porto's demands are proving problematic, with the Portuguese outlet said to be demanding €30m from an unidentified club for the 27-year-old who has just one year remaining on his contract.
20.21 BST: AC Milan will resist offers from Paris Saint-Germain for full-back Theo Hernandez, who joined the Rossoneri just last summer for €20m, as they view the 22-year-old as central to the club's rebuild, Gazzetta dello Sport reports.
19.14 BST: Roma want to make Henrikh Mkhitaryan's loan move to the Italian capital permanent but are baulking at Arsenal's £10m asking price, according to the Mirror, which adds that the Giallorossi could offer Justin Kluivert in part exchange, a deal that would see the Gunners add €13m to Mkhitaryan to bring the 21-year-old Dutch international to North London.
17.57 BST: It's been a good day for goalkeepers and contract renewals!
"I am very happy to make this announcement," he told the club's website. "It is a privilege to be part of this Chelsea squad and the Chelsea family, at one of the most historic clubs in the Premier League.
"It is a difficult time for everyone right now so I feel blessed by this opportunity and truly appreciate it. I want to thank my team-mates for helping me to be my best and I want to thank the boss and the club for extending my contract.
"I'm sure they will continue to demand the maximum from me and I will compete with the same energy as always. I am very happy."
The 21-year-old was one of the most highly-rated young players in the Europe when he signed for United in a £19 million deal from FC Porto in 2018, but he has had to be patient having made just 33 appearances in his two years at the club.
During his nine-year spell at Bayern, Neuer has won seven Bundesliga titles and lifted the Champions League in 2013.
14.39 BST: Barcelona star Lionel Messi and Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola both came close to joining Getafe, according to a claim made by the La Liga side's president, Angel Torres.
Torres said Getafe nearly brokered an agreement to borrow Messi from Barca in 2005, only for then-coach Frank Rijkaard to pull the plug at the last minute.
"In Messi's first or second year [with Barca's first team], we almost had a deal for him to come to Getafe on loan," Torres told Marca. "In the end, Rijkaard didn't accept and we were left wanting."
A year later, Torres said Getafe experienced another "what if" moment when Barca were looking for a replacement for the outgoing Rijkaard.
"We were in Switzerland at the draw for the European competitions and I was speaking with Txiki [Begiristain, Barca's director of football at the time]," he said.
"The idea was that [then Getafe manager Michael] Laudrup would take over at Barcelona and we would take Guardiola from their B team as his replacement."
Xhaka, 27, was on his way out of the Emirates last December after his relationship with the fans collapsed during a match against Crystal Palace.
The Bundesliga club and then-coach Jurgen Klinsmann prepared for a spending spree and made Xhaka a top target, but he insists he is happy in north London.
"There were talks, that's known already but a thing of the past now," Xhaka told German outlet Sport Bild. "I had good talks with the new manager Mikel Arteta. He convinced me of his ideas and his philosophy and showed a lot of appreciation for me.
"I am delighted that I could pay back the trust he put in me and just hope for the future that we can qualify for the Champions League and finally play at the top level in Europe again. The fans can be sure that I will always go beyond my limits for Arsenal and give it my all."
12.48 BST: Lille sporting director Luis Campos is not in the running to join Tottenham and has rejected a big offer from Newcastle United, sources have told ESPN.
Campos, who has asked to leave Lille after falling out with owner Gerard Lopez, has a reputation as one of the best talent recruiters in football, forged after building the Monaco side that won the Ligue 1 title and reached the Champions League semifinals in 2017.
As well as Kylian Mbappe, that team included several players Campos had discovered -- Bernardo Silva, Benjamin Mendy, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Fabinho -- who all went on to make high-profile moves to the Premier League.
Sources have told ESPN that although a number of clubs want to hire Campos he is likely to return to Monaco and that Tottenham are not interested in him.
11.09 BST: United States international Sergino Dest has been linked with a move out of Ajax this summer, with Bayern Munich and Barcelona linked with interest int he right-back. ESPN FC's Ale Moreno assesses his potential.
10.42 BST: Manchester City and Bayern Munich have not directly been in contact over the possible transfer for Leroy Sane, according to SportBild.
The German club are reportedly banking on the fact that the Citizens will not allow the 24-year-old winger to run down his contract and would rather take the €40m offered by Bayern.
According to the outlet, Sane is willing to lower his salary demands from earlier negotiations by 30%. He would, however, still earn more than at City currently. In return, Munich have offered him the prestigious No. 10 jersey.
10.15 BST: Manchester United are ready to let loan players spend the remainder of the 2019-20 season at their temporary clubs if leagues are able to restart, sources have told ESPN.
A number of senior players, including Alexis Sanchez, Chris Smalling and Dean Henderson, are spending the campaign away from Old Trafford on short-term deals that were due to end this summer. But with the campaign set to be extended because of the coronavirus pandemic, United are willing to extend the agreements until the remaining games can be played.
Roma have already indicated they want to keep Smalling, who has made 28 appearances this season, if Serie A is allowed to restart.
Sheffield United are also confident that Henderson will be allowed to remain at Bramall Lane despite Chris Wilder's side potentially challenging United for a European place. Sheffield United are seventh in the table, just two points behind United in fifth. The two teams still have to play each other at Old Trafford, although Henderson would not be allowed to play that fixture under league rules.
Sanchez's loan at Inter Milan is more complicated since the Chile international has not been a regular for Antonio Conte's side having been restricted to just 15 appearances.
Each extension will have to be agreed by both clubs and the player and official talks are unlikely to take place until the dates of the various restarts are known.
09.43 BST: Lille defender Gabriel Magalhaes could be a summer target for Real Madrid, Diario AS reports, with No. 1 target Dayot Upamecano of RB Leipzig likely to prove too expensive.
AS says that Eder Militao, signed for €50m last summer to provide competition for Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane, has failed to convince at the Bernabeu, and the club are looking for alternatives.
"Upamecano is the centre-back who Zidane likes, but his price and (the interest of) Bayern are putting Madrid off" the newspaper says, noting that the French centre-back's agent has also suggested a summer move is unlikely.
Gabriel, 22, has impressed for Lille this season and AS report that he would be available for as little as €20m.
His Brazilian passport could prove a stumbling block however, with Militao, Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo Goes already occupying Real Madrid's three non-EU player slots.
09.18 BST: Zlatan Ibrahimovic's future is in the balance, with the 38-year-old's short-term contract with AC Milan due to expire soon.
Can the veteran striker, who has scored four goals in 10 games since returning to Italy in January, play on for another year? And, if so, where? ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens discuss.
08.51 BST: Borussia Dortmund midfielder Emre Can has advised his teammate Jadon Sancho against joining Manchester United this summer.
Sources have told ESPN that United are leading the chase for England winger Sancho, but Dortmund are still anticipating competition from Premier League rivals Liverpool and Chelsea.
"I see no reason to put United above Dortmund," Can, who joined BVB from Juventus in January, told Sport Bild. "Not from a sporting side and not because of appeal."
When asked what he would tell Sancho if he were to seek the former Liverpool man's advice, Can added: "I'd tell him to stay put and let's play together forever. Jadon has an extra class not a lot of players possess. I noticed that fairly quickly. He's enormously important for us."
08.26 BST: Real Madrid face serious competition if they want to sign Erling Haaland -- with Marca declaring on its front page that Paris Saint-Germain are also keen on European football's hottest property.
The Spanish newspaper reports that doubts over the long-term futures of attacking trio Kylian Mbappe, Edinson Cavani and Mauro Icardi mean that "Paris are looking for a new player who can become a reference point."
Mbappe -- who PSG beat Real Madrid to sign in 2017 -- has a contract until 2022 and has expressed no desire to renew so far, while Cavani's deal expires this summer and Icardi is on a season-long loan in Paris.
It will prove difficult for either club to convince Borussia Dortmund to sell Haaland this year, with the 19-year-old striker having scored an incredible 13 goals in 12 games since joining for just €20m in January.
08.00 BST: Manchester United are closely following Wissam Ben Yedder's situation at Monaco as the France international striker could leave the Ligue 1 side this summer, sources have told ESPN FC.
Ben Yedder, who turns 30 in August, had an excellent 2019-2020 season before it was ended by the coronavirus pandemic, scoring 18 goals after returning home last summer following three prolific years at Sevilla.
Monaco are struggling financially at the moment and could be forced to sell their best player. They are aiming to get rid of 30 players from their bloated squad. Ben Yedder, who is under contract until 2024, holds the most value. The club paid €30m for him last summer and they think they can easily get that money back.
United are looking for a striker this summer to bolster their squad. Ben Yedder is a pure finisher and will bring something different to what Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial have to offer. United are the first club to show concrete interest in Ben Yedder and the player is waiting to see what happens this summer.
PAPER TALK (by Danny Lewis): Inter turn their attention to Edinson Cavani
The Nerazzurri could have plenty of competition for the 33-year-old's signature, as he will be available for a free transfer with his contract coming to an end.
AC Milan to battle for Tanguy Kouassi
The story says it's set in stone that the 17-year-old centre-back will be departing Paris, as he aims to earn more regular game time, having made six league appearances this campaign.
The most eye-catching of those came during a 4-4 draw against Amiens, in which he scored a brace.
Leipzig are confident of completing a deal, having reached a general agreement with PSG in January, but nothing has been made official as of yet, so Milan believe they still might be able to bring the youngster in.
Juventus and Inter weighing up midfield options
These are seen as two of the brightest young midfielders in Serie A, with 23-year-old Castrovilli playing 24 league matches this term, while 20-year-old Tonali has managed 23.
So far, it seems as though there will be no direct clash between the two Italian giants as they aim to upgrade their midfield options.
-- James Garner will be allowed to leave Manchester United on loan in the next transfer window, according to The Daily Mail. This comes amid interest from Championship outfits Cardiff City, Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday for the 19-year-old, who has made a total of six appearances for Ole Gunnar Solskjær's first team.
-- Henrikh Mkhitaryan has told Arsenal that he wants to make his loan move to AS Roma a permanent one, according to Sport Bild. An initial €3 million was paid to the Gunners for him to join the Italian outfit for a year, in which time he has provided six goals and three assists in 13 league appearances.