A high-ranking source at Real Madrid says the club could spend up to €600 million this summer to overhaul the team, and Kane will be a top target of the Spanish giants. According to Sports Illustrated, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is a notoriously hard negotiator who may demand a world-record transfer fee upwards of €300 million, the source cautioned.

Alexis Sanchez says he joined Manchester United in order to win all available trophies, describing the club as the biggest club in England. In an exclusive interview with Sky Sports' Thierry Henry, Sanchez said he has realised just how big United are since joining from Arsenal in January.

Following Riyad Mahrez's unfavorable disposition towards remaining at Kings Power Stadium, Leicester City have turned their attention to Eden Hazard's brother Thorgan Hazard to replace the Algerian.  Mahrez handed in a transfer request last month to try and force through a move to Manchester City, but Leicester stood firm and would not let the player leave for less than around £90million.

Manchester City have agreed a deal in principle to sign Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder, Fred for £44.5million this summer. The Premier League leaders tried to bring the 24-year-old in January, but the Ukrainians refused to part with the player. However, both clubs remained in talks, even after the winter transfer window closed. It is believed that all parties have agreed on the terms of the move, although nothing is officially signed.

Leicester City playmaker, Riyad Mahrez has explained his decision to stay away from training sessions after the club refused to sanction his deadline transfer to Manchester City. The Algeria international, who handed a transfer request to the club before the botched switch, protested against the club by staying away from training and has missed some games owing to his frustration. Irked by the development, his club has reportedly fined him.

West Ham manager David Moyes says he was shocked by comments made against African players by one of the club’s officials.

Moyes said the comments were “wrong” and do not reflect the views of the club.

“The comments are wrong. We were trying to sign two players from Africa on deadline day so I can only say they are wrong,” said Moyes.

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