The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs is closed, but click here for all the deals. Transfer Talk will continue to scour the world's media and set correspondents loose to see what's on the agenda for the summer.

TOP STORY: Mkhitaryan and Ozil out, Barella in?
Arsenal boss Unai Emery is reportedly looking to sell Henrikh Mkhitaryan in order to free up spending money for new players this summer, says the Mirror, and Mesut Ozil also could be on his way out, with Arsenal reportedly keen to offload their biggest earners.

Emery was restricted to loan signings in the January transfer window and could start the summer transfer window with only a small fund if Arsenal fail to finish in the top four. However, with Aaron Ramsey gone and Petr Cech retiring and a number of stars reported to be on their way out, including Danny Welbeck, Emery hopes to have enough money to make four new signings.

One of those targets, according to the Mirror, is Italy star Nicolo Barella. The Cagliari midfielder is seen as the ideal replacement for Juventus-bound Ramsey, but any deal for the 22-year-old could depend on whether Arsenal will be playing Champions League football next season.

10.15 GMT: Barcelona remain optimistic of landing Ajax's Matthijs de Ligt but haven't moved any closer to signing him while in Amsterdam this week.

Club president Josep Maria Bartomeu took CEO Oscar Grau with him to the Dutch city for the ECA general assembly with the aim of also talking numbers with Ajax.

However, sources say there have been no major strides taken towards completing a deal for De Ligt in the past few days, but the Catalans are still confident of signing the young centre-back.

08.50 GMT: Barcelona have renewed their interest in Bayern Munich defender David Alaba, France Football reports.

Alaba, 26, has become a key player for the German giants since making his debut for them in 2010, not least because of his versatility.

He is able to perform at a high level in central midfield or in the heart of the defence as well as his usual left-back position.

Alaba's contract with the reigning Bundesliga champions runs until 2021 but, with Bayern linked with a move for Atletico Madrid's Lucas Hernandez, this summer could be the time for him to make a move.

The Austria international tops a list of left-backs that also includes Arsenal's Nacho Monreal, Liverpool's Alberto Moreno, Atletico Madrid's Filipe Luis and Lyon's Ferland Mendy

08.00 GMT: Paris Saint-Germain want to sign Benfica starlet Florentino for the 2019-20 season, according to Record.

PSG have monitored the 19-year-old this season, in which he has made four league appearances for Benfica and 20 league starts for Benfica's reserves.

According to Record, the French giants have already approached Florentino's agent, Bruno Carvalho, with a view to negotiate his transfer this summer.

Florentino, a Portugal U20 player, is tied to Benfica until 2023 and has a 60m release clause.

PAPER TALK (by Nick Judd): Ole to be named boss by the weekend ...
It looks as though the worst-kept secret in football is finally about to be revealed, with the Mirror reporting that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is to be named the permanent manager at Manchester United as early as Friday.

United have won 14 of the 19 games that the Norwegian has overseen since his return to Manchester, and it appears that Ed Woodward is now finally convinced that Solskjaer is the man to lead the club in 2019-20 and beyond.

Woodward had previously said that no announcement would be made until the end of this season, but Solskjaer appears to have done enough to seal the deal. The dramatic late win against Paris Saint-Germain is the result that appears to have tipped the balance in Solskjaer's favour, and he has now been officially released from his contract at Molde, paving the way for the 46-year-old to take charge ahead of the business end of the season and a key summer of recruitment.

... and keen to keep key United duo
Staying in Manchester, it appears that Solskjaer's first move as full-time boss would be to state that Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford are not for sale, even if keeping Pogba scuppers any potential move for Gareth Bale, according to the Telegraph.

Pogba was linked with a move away from Old Trafford during the first half of the season when he fell out with Jose Mourinho. The Frenchman even recently suggested it would be a dream to join Real Madrid and play under Zinedine Zidane. However, Pogba has been a key part of United's change in fortunes under Solskjaer, and the Norwegian has said that Pogba remains a key part of his plans for next season.

Despite what the Telegraph says, Tuttopsort are reporting that Pogba's agent is demanding a huge pay rise and a move to Madrid for his client.

Rashford also has been linked with Madrid (and Barcelona, although a source says the Catalans see that as about as likely as dating a supermodel), but Solskjaer is keen to tie the young striker down. The club are said to be in talks with Rashford over a long-term deal.

Tap ins
- Everyone wants Kylian Mbappe, including Real Madrid. The Sun reports that the Frenchman's father is in constant contact with Los Blancos, though the player himself has said he would like to win the Champions League with PSG before he departs. He could be in the French capital for some time then.

- The future of Mario Mandzukic is set to become a lot clearer in the next 48 hours, with Calciomercato reporting that the striker is set to stay at Juventus. They seem pretty confident that an official announcement will be made soon.