Manchester United's pursuit of Paul Pogba has been widely reported over recent weeks, with a big-money deal said to be in the offing.
Today, the Red Devils have been linked with a world-record bid for the midfielder.
That is just one of the stories to have made the headlines, with Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur among the other clubs to feature.
Man United are set to offer Juventus £100million to re-sign Pogba. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado is wanted on a permanent basis by Juventus, having spent last season on loan there. (Gazzetta World)
Nemanja Matic is another player who could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge, with Juventus ready to make a £17million bid. (Daily Mirror)
Bournemouth have made a £15million offer for Liverpool winger Jordon Ibe. (The Sun)
Liverpool striker Christian Benteke, meanwhile, is now attracting interest from West Ham United as well as Crystal Palace. (The Sun)
John Stones has told Everton that he wants to join Manchester City, with the Toffees set to hold out for £50million for the defender. (Daily Mail)
Middlesbrough could make a bid for Fenerbahce striker Robin van Persie. (Daily Mail)
Tottenham have been told they will have to pay £25million to land Georginio Wijnaldum from Newcastle United. (Daily Mirror)
Leeds United are interested in former Everton midfielder Leon Osman. (The Express)
Man City are considering a £51million offer for Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci. (The Guardian)
Sunderland midfielder Emanuele Giaccherini hopes to rejoin former Italy manager Antonio Conte at Chelsea. (The Express)
West Ham co-owner David Sullivan claims Boca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez demanded £250,000 a week to return to the club, having been offered £100,000 a week less. (Daily Mail)
Man United midfielder Nick Powell is wanted by Wolverhampton Wanderers. (Express and Star)
West Ham are set to sign Besiktas winger Gokhan Tore on a season-long loan. (London Evening Standard)
Birmingham City are considering a move for free agent Kieran Richardson, who was released by Aston Villa earlier this summer. (Birmingham Mail)