Transfer Roundup: Madrid lands sixth signing as Chelsea step up Lampard interest
Teams in Europe have stepped up their summer transfer business, with Spanish giants Real Madrid recording their sixth signing so far.
We take a look at some of the world's biggest transfer news, including done deals, developing stories and gossips.
West Ham have signed Spanish winger Pablo Fornals from Villarreal for £24m. (Futaa)
Real Madrid have made their sixth signing after capturing Takefusa Kubo from FC Tokyo for a reported £1.78m. (Futaa)
Manchester United have let Regan Poole leave for free and will join MK Dons Free.
Cristiano Ronaldo wants James Rodriguez at the club, after he ended his loan with Bayern (Source: Goal.com)
Manchester United are confident they will land Harry Maguire from Leicester City. (Source: Daily Mail)
Brighton are in talks to sign Genk winger Leandro Trossard. (Source: The Argus)
Arsenal are planning to open contract talks with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette. (Source: football.london)
Arsenal and Tottenham are waiting on Malcom to make a decision on his Barcelona future. (Source: Deportivo)
Inter have agreed on a deal for Valentino Lazaro, claims Calciomercato. (Source: Calciomercato)
Borussia Dortmund are monitoring developments with Arsenal's 33-year-old French defender Laurent Koscielny, who could be allowed to leave this summer. (Source: Mail)
Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde will let Croatia midfielder Ivan Rakitic, 31, leave the club if the right offer is made for the player. (Source: Cadena SER - in Spanish)
Pep Guardiola is reportedly planning to take a break from football next summer if he manages to win the Champions League with Manchester City. (Source: Daily Star)
Liverpool have no plans to resurrect a deal for 25-year-old Lyon and France playmaker Nabil Fekir, despite claims to the contrary in his homeland. (Source: Independent)
Tottenham are prepared to break their transfer record twice this summer to sign Real Betis and Argentina playmaker Giovani lo Celso, 23 and Lyon's 22-year-old France midfielder Tanguy Ndombele. (Source: Mirror)