Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...
New Manchester United boss David Moyes insists Wayne Rooney is not for sale - but admits he does not know if the striker is happy at Old Trafford.
Liverpool have lost the battle to sign Shakhtar Donetsk's Henrikh Mkhitaryan after Borussia Dortmund tabled a bid of £21.5m.
Swansea have stepped up their bid to sign Vitesse Arnhem striker Wilfried Bony with a £13.7m package.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez has won the battle to sign striker Arouna Kone from former club Wigan for £5m.
West Ham have agreed a £6.7m fee to sign Colombian striker Duvan Zapata, 22, from Argentine club Estudiantes.
PR are struggling to offload striker Loic Remy because no team in the Premier League wants him.
Manchester City's pre-season tour of South Africa could be thrown into chaos because of Nelson Mandela's continued ill health.
Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko could be on his way to Napoli as a replacement for Edinson Cavani who is expected to join PSG for £54m.
Cardiff have pulled the plug on a move for Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama as they do not believe he is worth the £12m asking price.
Southampton's teenage left-back Luke Shaw will snub Chelsea and Spurs by signing a five-year deal with the Saints when he turns 18 next week.
Wilfried Bony's agent fears Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem are pricing the striker out of a move to Swansea.
Meanwhile, striker Luke Moore, 27, could quit the Swans after being left out of their pre-season tour to Holland with Stoke, Hull and Crystal Palace all said to be interested.
ueens Park Rangers are preparing a £4m offer for Celtic striker Gary Hooper, 25, who is also wanted by Norwich City.
Hull manager Steve Bruce wants to sign 28-year-old South Africa striker Katlego Mphela - nicknamed 'Killer' because of his lethal finishing - from Mamelodi Sundowns.
Steve Clarke insists Nicolas Anelka will not be the only striker to arrive at West Brom this summer.
Ipswich have launched a bid to sign Notts County's 26-year-old Polish keeper Bartosz Bialkowski.
Bolton will offer central defender David Wheater, 26, a new deal to head off interest from former club Middlesbrough.
Millwall will step up their bid to sign Southampton midfielder Richard Chaplow, 28, with Liam Trotter set to miss the start of the season after knee surgery.
Chelsea's hopes of signing Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso, 31, have been given a massive boost with the Spanish side interested in signing Real Sociedad's Asier Illarramendi as a replacement.
West Ham have been beaten by Fiorentina to the signing of former AC Milan midfielder Massimo Ambrosini.
Cardiff City are looking to hijack Sunderland's move for French teenage left-back Benjamin Mendy.
Atletico Madrid are ready to abandon their chase for Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke and go for Manchester City frontman Edin Dzeko instead as they look to replace Falcao.
Championship sides Derby, Huddersfield, Barnsley and Ipswich are all chasing Coventry City star Cyrus Christie.
David Moyes has vowed that England striker Wayne Rooney will not be sold by Manchester United.
Wilfried Bony's agent has criticised Vitesse Arnhem after they stalled over sanctioning a £13.7million move to Swansea.
Spanish club Levante want to sign Arsenal's 29-year-old striker Marouane Chamakh.
Stoke City will allow midfielder Wilson Palacios to join Hull City if the Tigers meet their £1.5m valuation.
Chelsea defender John Terry, 32, has revealed how Roman Abramovich's arrival at Stamford Bridge left him fearing for his place in the side - but says the Russian's desire to win trophies has transformed the club.
David Moyes has told Wayne Rooney he will help him join Manchester United's pantheon of greats as he tries to convince the striker to commit his future to the club.
Napoli will move for Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko if they miss out on top target, Fiorentina's Stevan Jovetic.
Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy, 26, is in advanced talks over a move to Chelsea.
Meanwhile, the Canaries have made a £4.8m bid for PSV Eindhoven's Swedish midfielder Ola Toivonen. They also want Lokomotiv Moscow striker Dame N'Doye and Blackburn left-back Martin Olsson.
David Moyes has challenged Wayne Rooney to grasp the opportunity to become a Manchester United legend as he fights to keep the striker at Old Trafford.
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup is ready to join the chase for Blackburn Rovers forward Jordan Rhodes after making a firm inquiry about the Scottish international.
David Moyes was unable to declare at his own presentation as Manchester United manager that Wayne Rooney wants to stay at the club, stating only that "he won't be for sale".
Tottenham are on the brink of completing the signing of Brazil midfielder Paulinho for £17million.
Everton and Tottenham look set to battle it out as they attempt to sign Barcelona forward Gerard Deulofeu on loan.