Arsenal plan double deal while Chelsea and Man United aim to complete big signings
Arsenal will be aiming to win their first Premier League title since 2004 next season.
To help them with that, they are thought to be lining up a number of transfers, and they have made the newspapers again today.
They are just one of the clubs to be featured, though, with Chelsea, Manchester United and Premier League champions Leicester City among the others.
Arsenal are planning two defensive signings. Manchester City's Jason Denayer and Borussia Dortmund's Matthias Ginter are their top targets. (The Sun)
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been in daily contact with Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata over a potential move to Stamford Bridge. (Marca)
Man United are hoping to complete the £105million signing of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, and so have delayed announcing their squad numbers. (The Sun)
Leicester are confident of holding onto Riyad Mahrez after slapping a £45million price tag on him. (Daily Telegraph)
Man United, Chelsea, Barcelona and Real Madrid have all made bids for Valencia's £54million-rated midfielder Andre Gomes. (Mundo Deportivo)
Diafra Sakho will not be sold by West Ham United unless the club can find a suitable replacement, according to co-chairman David Sullivan. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal have had a £2million bid accepted for Bolton Wanderers defender Rob Holding. (Daily Mail)
Man City target Leroy Sane is wanted by Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, according to his father. (Manchester Evening News)
Diego Costa is expected to stay at Chelsea this summer, and has not asked to leave. (London Evening Standard)
Everton are targeting a move for £30million-rated Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho. (Daily Mirror)
Nathan Dyer wants to stay at Swansea City, despite winning the Premier League on loan at Leicester last season. (South Wales Evening Post)
Watford want to sign Marseille defender Brice Dja Djedje for £3.5million. (L'Equipe)
Marseille are lining up a loan move for Tottenham Hotspur striker Clinton N'Jie. (Daily Telegraph)
Meanwhile, it is relatively quiet on the transfer front at Newcastle United and Sunderland.