Latest European rumours – Real Madrid make Pogba decision, Everton eye £50m Serie A striker

Just a matter of months of another exciting, unpredictable, action-packed football season remains for both clubs in England and right across Europe.

But even the main focus should be on matters on the pitch, it appears as though the bulk of the attention is already being focused on the upcoming summer transfer window.

This summer, as it always was up until last year, the transfer window for Premier League clubs will slam shut on September 2, meaning clubs will have that extra few weeks to get those all important deals over the line.

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And the same can be said for clubs across the continent, too, with those also setting their plans for the upcoming summer transfer window.

With that in mind, here is a round-up of all of the very latest rumours from right across Europe.

Bayern eye Willian

Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have become the latest club to show an interest in signing out-of-contract Chelsea winger Willian this summer, report The Sun .

Willian is set to leave Stamford Bridge this summer, ending his seven-year stay in West London, with the Brazilian international showing no signs of signing a new contract.

Willian, unsurprisingly, has a whole host of clubs showing an interest in securing his signature, with clubs already able to discuss terms with him over a summer move due to his contract status.

Willian celebrates (Image: Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

Should Bayern pursue a move for Willian, it would be the second time in just over a year that the German giants have eyed a winger from Chelsea, as they came close to landing Callum Hudson-Odoi in 2019.

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