Gossip column: Ramos, De Gea, Turan, Alderweireld, Cazorla
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Manchester City are set to spend more than £100m on transfers this summer after having their transfer restrictions lifted by Uefa, with the club chasing 22-year-old Paul Pogba, Kevin De Bruyne, 24, Raheem Sterling, 20, and 25-year-old Fabian Delph. (Daily Telegraph)
Manchester United target Sergio Ramos, 29, will not reverse his decision to leave Real Madrid even if they offer the central defender an improved deal. (Marca)
Spain keeper David De Gea, 24, will have to see out the remaining year of his Manchester United unless Real Madrid let Ramos move to Old Trafford. (Guardian)
More than 55% of Real Madrid supporters voted in favour of selling Ramos in a fan poll. (AS)
Barcelona have scheduled a meeting for next Monday to decide if they want to sign midfielder Arda Turan, 28, from Atletico Madrid. (Marca)
Manchester United have made an official approach to sign Turan - but the Turkey international is holding out for a move to Chelsea. (AS)
Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla, 30, has been targeted by Atletico Madrid as Turan's replacement but the Gunners will not sell the Spaniard unless they get an big offer. (Daily Mail)
Colombia striker Radamel Falcao, 29, has taken a pay cut from £265,000-a-week to between £130,000 and £180,000-a-week to join Chelsea on loan from Monaco. (Times - subscription required)
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has told agent Jorge Mendes to find a new club for 27-year-old Colombia winger Juan Cuadrado. (Daily Express via Super Deporte)
Atletico Madrid have cancelled an agreement they had to sell centre-back Toby Alderweireld to Southampton for £6.8m in a move which helps Tottenham's hopes of signing the 26-year-old. (Daily Mirror)
Watford are hoping to appoint former Leeds and Liverpool winger Harry Kewell as coach of their Under-21 team. (Daily Mail)
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood has put in a £9m bid for 21-year-old Nice defender Jordan Amavi. (Sun- subscription required)
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie, 31, has turned down a move to Turkish club Besiktas. (Talksport)
Watford have had a £10m joint bid for Tottenham midfielders Etienne Capoue, 26, and Benjamin Stambouli, 24, accepted. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City have beaten Chelsea and a number of other clubs to the signing of 18-year-old striker Enes Unal from Bursaspor. (Manchester Evening News)
Unal, who has one senior cap for Turkey and has scored 182 goals in 110 appearances for Bursaspor reserves, will cost Manchester City about £2m. (Guardian)
Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler believes Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke, 24, would be the perfect fit for the Anfield club. (Daily Mirror)
Belgium and Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele, 27, wants talks about his future with boss Mauricio Pochettino. (London Evening Standard)
Norwich hope defender Martin Olsson will be back in action sooner than anticipated after undergoing shoulder surgery. (Eastern Daily Press)
Hull manager Steve Bruce wants to sign striker James Wilson, 19, on loan from his former club Manchester United. (Manchester Evening News)
Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard, 35, says he turned down "some nice opportunities around Europe" in order to sign for Major League Soccer side LA Galaxy. (Daily Star)
Liverpool will open an office in Asia so they can try to increase their commercial presence in the region. (Liverpool Echo)
Best of social media
Former Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard has posted a picture on Instagram from his first day at LA Galaxy, adding: "Had a really nice welcome from all the staff and players at LA Galaxy. Looking forward to meeting the supporters at tomorrow's game."
Ander Herrera has posted a picture on Instagram with Juan Mata, Antonio Valencia and Adnan Januzaj, writing: "Again together, looking forward to start the new season."
Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville took to the stage to play guitar with Manchester band The Charlatans. Lead singer Tim Burgess tweeted: "We just soundchecked with tonight's extra special guest guitarist Gary Neville!! No pressure Gary."
Greece international Jose Holebas has denied signing for Premier League newcomers Watford - even though they announced the move on their website. (London Evening Standard)
Swansea City have provided sleeping pods for their players to use in breaks between their pre-season double training sessions. (Sun - subscription required)