The winter transfer window is closed, but now it's time to look ahead to the summer! Here are the new rumours floating around Europe's big leagues and beyond.
TOP STORY: Chelsea make Henderson key target
Henderson has impressed in a two-season loan spell with Sheffield United, where he has proved a key asset in helping the Blades both return to the Premier League and defy the odds to push for a European qualification spot.
Despite that, Henderson is still unsure where his long-term future lies, although Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recently confirmed he would like the youngster, who is expected to be named to Gareth Southgate's England squad on Thursday, to compete with David De Gea for the No. 1 spot at Old Trafford next season.
However, the Blues are now said to be ready to test United's resolve following a series of poor performances from £71.6 million signing Kepa, who was dropped in January and only recalled for last week's FA Cup win over Liverpool.
Tensions are said to be building at Stamford Bridge with the Star suggesting the Spaniard may soon find himself heading through the exit door. The paper touts Nick Pope as another option, but says the Blues feel that it would be tougher to strike a deal for the Burnley man.
Henderson produced another stunning save against Norwich on Saturday to seal his 10th clean sheet of the season as the Blades secured a 1-0 win at Bramall Lane.
20:22 GMT: Manchester United castoff Alexis Sanchez, on loan at Inter Milan, seems to be at an impasse regarding his future. Having just played eight league matches for Inter, the Serie A side is understandably hesistant to pick up the £17.5 million pricetag needed to make his deal permament. According to the Daily Mail, the Chilean star could see a modified loan deal emerge but it may also spell the end of his time in Italy -- and possibly England?
19:45 GMT: He seems to have gotten himself back in the good graces of Frank Lampard after scoring in Chelsea's 4-0 win over Everton, but Olivier Giroud said that he wanted the much-rumoured move to Inter Milan in January. Talking to Telefoot (via Calciomercato), said a Serie A switch would have been "interesting." The Frenchman also said Lazio and Tottenham were dicussed, but the talks "dragged too long."
18.35 GMT: Tahith Chong, tied with a move from Manchester United, is now circling back to an extension at Old Trafford. The Telegraph reports that the youngster will commit his future to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side despite interest from clubs around Europe. The Netherlands lad is out of contract in four months and still could be tempted by sides such as Inter Milan, Juventus, and Barcelona.
17.41 GMT: Manchester City are ready to spend big in order to sign Inter Milan centre-back Milan Skriniar, the Sunday Express reports.
Skriniar, who had been a target for Manchester United in 2018 before they signed Harry Maguire the following summer and has also been linked with Real Madrid, is reportedly available for £80m.
The Slovakia international, 25, is seen as an ideal candidate to replace John Stones and partner Aymeric Laporte in the heart of the City defence.
16.58 GMT: Long-term Manchester United target Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is now also attracting attention from Paris Saint-Germain, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Lazio midfielder Milinkovic-Savic has been on United's radar for the last two seasons, but his club have so far managed to hold on to one of their prize assets.
However, PSG have now emerged as another potential destination, and the French giants would be able to afford the Serbia internaitonal's €100m release clause.
16.09 GMT: Everton are considering a move for Newcastle forward Allan Saint-Maximin, according to The Sun on Sunday.
The 22-year-old was watched by Everton scouts during his side's 3-2 FA Cup win over West Brom in midweek, and the Frenchman then scored the only goal in the win at Southampton on Saturday.
Crystal Palace are also reportedly considering a bid for the Saint-Maximin as a replacement for Wilifried Zaha.
The Sun claims that the Newcastle star could now be worth as much as £30m, having only arrived at St James' Park from Nice for £16m last summer.
15.11 GMT: Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has rejected the club's latest offer of a new contract, the Sunday Mirror reports.
Abraham, 22, was enjoying a breakout year at Stamford Bridge, scoring 15 goals in 34 appearances before recently being sidelined with injury.
While most of his fellow Chelsea youth products (Reece James, Mason Mount, Fikayo Tomori, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Billy Gilmour) have all signed new deals recently, England international Abraham is reportedly holding out for a contract that puts him in the same bracket as the club's top earners.
Abraham has more than two years left to run on his current deal.
14.18 GMT: Luka Modric could be the latest European star to make a move to MLS, with Mundo Deportivo reporting that Real Madrid are allowing the midfielder to decide his own future.
The 34-year-old, who has won numerous Champions League and La Liga medals with Real, is said to be tempted by an offer to join David Beckham's Inter Miami.
Should the move go ahead, it would be a massive coup for Beckham to secure the services of the Croatia international.
Modric had been a stalwart of the Madrid side since he joined in 2012 but has made just 13 league starts this term.
If Modric does decide to leave, Real Madrid could recall the services of Martin Odegaard, who is currently on loan at Real Sociedad. The Norway international has impressed -- including scoring against his old team in the Copa del Rey -- to help Sociedad sit just two points off the top four.
12.55 GMT: Manchester United are worried about losing two of their most promising youth products, with Inter Milan chief among the clubs trying to poach the duo, according to The Sun.
James Garner, 18, and 17-year-old Charlie Wellens have both been watched by scouts from Inter in matches at their matches this season.
Garner, who has made nine appearances for the United first team since making his debut in February 2019 as a late substitute in a 3-1 win at Crystal Palace. Wellens, who is the son of Swindon Town manager Richie Wellens, is yet to get a run-out for the senior side.
Inter Milan have signed several players from United recently, with Romelu Lukaku and Ashley Young joining them on a permanent basis this season and Alexis Sanchez also joining Antonio Conte's side on loan until the summer.
12.00 GMT: Liverpool midfielder Harry Wilson, on loan at Bournemouth this season, admits he has to make a call on his future this summer.
Wilson, 22, has made 27 appearances for the Cherries so far this season, scoring eight goals. The Wales international watched the Premier League leaders beat his loan side 2-1 on Saturday from the Anfield stands, as he was ineligible to play against his parent club.
"I feel I've got that decision to make in the summer," he told BT Sport. "This one has been really positive as well. I'm finally in the Premier League which I've worked towards.
"In the summer I'll be concentrating on Wales, but once that's done with I feel I may have a decision to make."
11.19 GMT: AC Milan have confirmed the sacking of Chief Football Officer Zvonimir Boban after his public spat with the Serie A club's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ivan Gazidis. The Croatian, who played for Milan between 1991 and 2001, has been relieved of his duties nine months after returning to San Siro in the newly created CFO role.
Gazidis said in a club statement: "We thank Zvone for his efforts over the past nine months and wish him well in his future endeavours. We must now turn our attention to football and the important games to come."
Relations between Boban and Gazidis soured when the CEO reportedly contacted former RB Leipzig coach Ralf Rangnick about taking on a role at the club next season as coach and potentially director of sport, without consulting Boban or technical director Paolo Maldini. Boban made his unhappiness clear in an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport on Feb. 29, in which he called Gazidis's behaviour "disrespectful and inelegant."
The Croatian's contract was terminated with immediate effect on Saturday, while Gazidis also took the opportunity to express his backing for coach Stefano Pioli, who was appointed following the sacking of Marco Giampaolo in October 2019.
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10.27 GMT: Zinedine Zidane has said he can't guarantee he'll be at Real Madrid next season -- but denied any contact with Juventus over a job there.
Reports had linked the 47-year-old with a move to the Italian giants this summer as they consider replacing Maurizio Sarri. Zidane spent five years in Turin as a player before joining Real Madrid in 2001.
"No, no ... no one has contacted me and I don't know anything," Zidane said ahead of Real Madrid's match at Real Betis in La Liga on Sunday. "You know what it's like, people say a lot of things."
However, the French coach was less confident when asked if he'll be in charge at the Bernabeu next season.
"It's not like that. Knowing what comes next doesn't exist," Zidane said when questioned about his future. "I feel supported by the club, yes, that's clear. The people that work here, we're all pulling in the same direction. But after all that, I know how this works. I'm coach of Real Madrid today but tomorrow that could change."
09.30 GMT: Napoli have contacted the agents of Real Madrid forward Luka Jovic with a view to a move this summer, according to Diario AS.
The newspaper claims that the 22-year-old would be the Italian club's preferred option to replace Arkadiusz Milik, should he leave this summer.
Madrid signed Jovic for €60m from Eintracht Frankfurt after he scored 17 Bundesliga goals in 2018/19, but the Serbian striker has failed to convince at the Bernabeu, scoring just twice in La Liga.
He has been left out of the Real Madrid squad entirely in recent weeks including for the El Clasico win over Barcelona and this weekend's game at Real Betis.
AS report that Real Madrid -- who are expected to reinforce their forward line this summer -- would be willing to consider a loan deal, or a sale with a buy-back clause included.
PAPER TALK (by Liam Wheeler): Inter Milan step up Aubameyang interest following latest revelations
Inter have been linked with the Gabon international in recent weeks, while on Saturday it was revealed that the Gunners may be forced to sell their star striker if he does not reduce his £300k per week wage demands.
That has put Nerazzurri director Beppe Marotta, who is already said to be planning for next season, on red alert with Aubameyang's current deal set to expire at the end of the 2020-21 campaign.
Alongside Arsenal's unwillingness to meet Aubameyang's wage demands, the Italian outlet says Marotta is hoping that the lure of Champions League football will help to seal the deal, with Arsenal locked in an uphill battle to secure European football next season.
Manchester United make Nemanja Matic U-turn
The Manchester United midfielder is set to end speculation over his future by signing a new deal at Old Trafford, the Daily Mail reports.
The Serbian, 31, previously seemed certain to depart the club as a result of regular battles to find both form and fitness with his existing contract up at the end of the current campaign, but a remarkable turnaround in recent weeks has seen the ex-Chelsea player win back a regular starting place.
Matic's return, alongside the arrival of Bruno Fernandes, has inspired an uplift in form for the Red Devils, who will look to extend their unbeaten run to 10 games against cross-city rivals Manchester City on Sunday.
Speaking ahead of the clash, Solskjaer confirmed: "We have agreed with him [Matic] so he will stay. 100 percent."
- Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is keen on recently emerged Aston Villa star Jaden Philogene-Bidacer, Football Insider reports. The club is set to face competition from Manchester City -- Arteta's previous employer -- although Villa are also hopeful of convincing the player to sign a new deal.
- Serie A side Napoli are said to be considering their options with regard to the future of Poland striker Arkadiusz Milik. Calciomercato reports that talks over a new deal are said to be at a stalemate and the Italian club could lose the player for free next January if a breakthrough is not made before then, while previous suitors Inter Milan no longer see Milik as a priority.
- Bournemouth's on-loan Liverpool midfielder Harry Wilson has admitted he has a decision to make over his future after Euro 2020, the Mirror reports. The 22-year-old has shone for the Cherries this season with six goals in 23 games, despite it being his first in the Premier League, but knows he will face strong competition for playing time when he returns to Anfield.