With Franck Ribery joining Fiorentina, we look at other big names to represent both Bayern Munich and La Viola.
Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has suggested that Renato Sanches and Jerome Boateng may be heading for the exit door at Bayern Munich, telling Sky Germany that both players will find it difficult to break into the first team this season.
Twitter have reacted to calls for more to be done in preventing racist abuse of footballers on social media platforms by agreeing to meet with representatives of Manchester United they announced on Wednesday.
Italian champions Juventus announced on Wednesday that they have opened a new branch in Hong Kong as the Serie A giants look to expand into the Asia-Pacific region.
Monaco sacked Thierry Henry three months after he took over but he has not been put off managing again and wants to make a name for himself.
Having left Liverpool at the end of the 2018-19 season, Daniel Sturridge has agreed terms with Turkish Super Lig side Trabzonspor.
Callum Hudson-Odoi is back in Chelsea training and looking forward to returning to playing.
AC Milan sold Patrick Cutrone to Wolves in July and the Italian striker believes it is indicative of the way in which Serie A clubs operate.
Donyell Malen has featured heavily for PSV in the early stages of this season and is in line to make his Netherlands debut next month.
Monaco have secured Premier League flop Islam Slimani on loan from Leicester City.
Roma appear set to complete a loan deal for Chelsea's Davide Zappacosta, who arrived for a medical with the Serie A side on Wednesday.
French winger Franck Ribery said he was relishing one last challenge as the former Bayern Munich legend rubber-stamped a two-year deal on Wednesday to play for Serie A club Fiorentina.