Jose Mourinho wants to keep Frank Lampard and John Terry at Chelsea next season.
Harry Redknapp will have to take a pay cut at QPR in the Championship next season.
Steven Gerrard has opened talks on a new Liverpool deal.
Roberto Mancini has apologised to Scott Sinclair after telling him he can leave Manchester City.
Steve Clarke admits he is ready to talk about a new contract at West Brom.
Arsene Wenger could stay at Arsenal beyond 2014.
Leeds United will release up to 10 out-of-contract players at the end of the season.
Norwich will make another move for Celtic striker Gary Hooper in the summer.
Heidar Helguson has ended his 14-year stay in England after being released by Cardiff, and has headed back to Iceland.
Fulham are preparing a swoop for Basel's £3million-rated Austria international defender Aleksandar Dragovic.
Stephen Carr has called time on his career after more than 400 league apperances.
Charlton have joined a four-way fight for Irish winger Alan Judge, who has left Notts County.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will have hip surgery this summer and is odds-on to miss the start of the new season.
Napoli are ready to take Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko as part of a deal for Edinson Cavani.
Norwich will go back in for Celtic striker Gary Hooper for a fifth time.
Bayern Munich are in the lead to beat Manchester United and Chelsea for Borussia Dortmund ace Robert Lewandowski.
Bacary Sagna is ready to do a U-turn and snub Paris Saint-Germain to remain at Arsenal.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto wants to extend his stay at Tottenham.
Barcelona have stepped up their interest in Chelsea star David Luiz as they look to rebuild following their humiliating Champions League exit at the hands of Bayern Munich. Chelsea are likely to demand up to £40million for Luiz.
Southampton are the latest club to show interest in Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama. Liverpool are also keen on the 21-year-old, who is valued at around £10million but has only one year left on his Hoops contract.
Roberto Mancini has shrugged aside the latest rumours that his future at Manchester City is far from secure.
Roberto Mancini has admitted for the first time he might not be Manchester City boss next season.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has revealed that Harry Redknapp and "60 per cent" of the club's players have clauses in their contracts requiring them to take significant pay cuts following relegation from the Premier League.
Arsene Wenger has spoken about his desire to stay at Arsenal beyond the end of his contract next season.
Roberto Mancini has raised fresh doubts over his position as Manchester City manager.
Roberto Mancini has admitted that he has had no assurances from the Manchester City owners over his future and said he did not know why the club's director of football met with the agent of Manuel Pellegrini, the Malaga coach, this week.