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...
Tottenham Hotspur are ready to restart contract talks with Gareth Bale this week but are facing the prospect of another bid from Real Madrid as the race to secure the future of the Wales international intensifies.
Bayern Munich are understood to be considering a 40million euros (£34.5million) move for Chelsea's David Luiz.
David Moyes admits he is prepared to start the season without a new addition to his Manchester United squad after insisting that no decision has been made on whether to lodge a third offer for Cesc Fabregas.
Sir Bobby Charlton ended Manchester United's silence on Wayne Rooney's future by backing the forward to stay and break his goalscoring record.
Tottenham yesterday triggered the £26million release clause in Roberto Soldado's contract.
David Moyes insists Manchester United's transfer tussle with Chelsea over Wayne Rooney has not opened a rift with Jose Mourinho.
The battle lines are drawn: Tottenham insist Gareth Bale is not for sale at any price.
Liverpool are looking to bolster their defensive options by launching a move for left-back Lorenzo Melgarejo.
Matija Nastasic is facing a fight to be fit for the start of the season, increasing the urgency of Manuel Pellegrini's search for a new defender.
Tottenham will go for Argentina ace Javier Pastore as they face up to the prospect of life without Gareth Bale.
David Moyes has admitted he is ready to give up on signing Cesc Fabregas.
Carlton Cole is ready to turn his back on the Premier League and join French club St Etienne.
Bayern Munich are ready to offer £40million for Chelsea's David Luiz.
Real Madrid hope to seal a £95million deal for Gareth Bale before they return from their US tour on August 11.
Manuel Pellegrini could launch a bid for a new center-back after Matija Nastasic was crocked.
David Moyes believes he already has a title-winning squad - even if he does not land his transfer targets.
Carlton Cole is on the verge of a shock move to St Etienne on a free.
Brendan Rodgers insists Luis Suarez will be staying to inspire Liverpool's Champions League push this season.
Sylvain Distin reckons Everton boss Roberto Martinez can put his chequebook away.
Crystal Palace are prepared to throw Marouane Chamakh a Premier League lifeline.
Gareth Bale's fate took a dramatic twist last night when Spurs chairman Daniel Levy cut short his holiday and flew to London for crunch talks with the £85million-rated winger.
Bayern Munich are planning to step up their interest in David Luiz and are prepared to pay more than £40million.
Liverpool are chasing Benfica's Lorenzo Melgarejo to give cover at left-back as manager Brendan Rodgers has only Jose Enrique and England Under-21 star Jack Robinson in that position.
Park Ji-sung is set to return to PSV Eindhoven on a season-long loan.
West Brom manager Steve Clarke wants Napoli defender Federico Fernandez on loan.
Newcastle's improved bid for Bafetimbi Gomis of £6.9m plus add-ons has been rejected.
Chelsea are planning to delay a second bid for Wayne Rooney until after his appearance next week in Rio Ferdinand's testimonial in the hope that a hostile reception from Manchester United's fans could hasten the forward's departure from Old Trafford.
Daniel Levy has refused to have talks with Gareth Bale about a supposed gentleman's agreement that could allow the Welshman to fulfil his desire to move to Real Madrid.
Fulham may switch their attention back to Darren Bent after learning last night that Pablo Osvaldo will remain at Roma.
Daniel Levy is giving Gareth Bale the silent treatment over Real Madrid's world-record bid to sign him.
David Moyes has admitted Manchester United may give up on their pursuit of Cesc Fabregas.
Emmanuel Adebayor is still a target for Besiktas.
Lee Cattermole will find out this week whether he has a future at Sunderland - with old boss Steve Bruce waiting in the wings.
Despite having a £70million war chest Arsene Wenger will continue to nurture his home-grown players.
Cardiff want to bring Joe Ledley home for their Premier League campaign after seeing him return from long-term injury.