Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is now ready to concentrate fully on his new role following Italy's elimination from Euro 2016.
He appears to be wasting no time already, with the Blues today linked with a player Conte knows well.
That is just one of the stories to have made today's headlines, with Manchester United, Liverpool and Everton among the other clubs to feature.
Conte wants to be reunited with Italy forward Graziano Pelle - currently of Southampton - at Chelsea. (Sky Italia)
Juan Mata is close to joining Everton from Man United. (Daily Telegraph)
Liverpool are ready to sell goalkeeper Adam Bogdan to Wigan Athletic. (Daily Star)
Crystal Palace are ready to sell winger Yannick Bolasie, with West Ham United interested. (Daily Mirror)
Man United are monitoring Derby County midfielder Will Hughes. (The Sun)
Swansea City target Joe Allen is valued at £14million by Liverpool. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City remain interested in Everton defender John Stones, despite a £50million asking price. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea striker Diego Costa could be forced out of the club following the arrival of Michy Batshuayi. (Daily Telegraph)
Man United are set to sign Pachuca forward Hirving Lozano after he plays at the Olympics for Mexico. (Futbol Entre Lineas)
Newcastle United are targeting former Real Madrid and Liverpool right-back Alvaro Arbeloa. (Football Espana)
Everton want to sign Valencia goalkeeper Diego Alves. (Deporte Valenciano)
Meanwhile, Toffees striker Romelu Lukaku wants fresh talks with the club after new owner Farhad Moshiri valued him at £75million. (Daily Star)
Adnan Januzaj is ready to tell Jose Mourinho he wants to leave Man United if he is not in his first-team plans. (The Sun)
Man City are set to sign goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli from Uruguayan club Deportivo Maldonado for £7.5million. (Daily Express)
Liverpool target Marko Pjaca is likely to move to the Premier League this summer, according to the sporting director of his current club, Dinamo Zagreb. (FC InterNews)
Meanwhile, it is relatively quiet on the transfer front at Sunderland.