Arsenal want Newcastle star while Chelsea could increase Â£62m bid
With the clock now ticking to the start of the new campaign, speculation is increasing around some of their squad.
Today, another club is said to be lining up a move for a Newcastle player, but that is far from the only story to have made today's headlines, with Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United among the other sides to feature.
Arsenal have joined the race for Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko. (talkSPORT)
Chelsea could make another bid for Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata after having a £62.7million offer turned down. Everton's Romelu Lukaku is another target. (Daily Mail)
Juventus have accepted a request from Paul Pogba to return to Man United, and a £100million fee has been agreed. (L'Equipe)
Pogba is set to sign a five-year contract at Old Trafford worth £220,000-a-week after tax. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City are closing in on the £42million signing of Leroy Sane from Schalke. (The Sun)
Pep Guardiola's side have also made a £50million bid for Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea believe Diego Costa will stay at the club despite interest from Atletico Madrid. The Blues could also move for Benfica defender Victor Lindelof. (Daily Star)
Swansea City have made an offer of more than £10million for Tottenham Hotspur winger Nacer Chadli. (The Times)
Spurs value Chadli at £15million. (Daily Mirror)
West Bromwich Albion are set to reject Stoke City's £20million bid for Saido Berahino, and want to sign a striker to replace him before letting him go. (Sky Sports)
Man United are expected to sign 17-year-old Brentford winger Joshua Bohui. (Manchester Evening News)
Chelsea have rejected Borussia Monchengladbach's £14.25million offer for defender Andreas Christensen. (Daily Mail)
West Brom are set to increase their bid for Leicester City full-back Jeffrey Schlupp to £10million after having a £9million offer rejected. (Birmingham Mail)
Liverpool full-back Cameron Brannagan's loan move to Wigan Athletic could collapse because the Championship side cannot guarantee he will play in 75% of games during his loan spell - a clause the Reds insist on with their loanees. (Liverpool Echo)
Meanwhile, it is relatively quiet on the transfer front at Sunderland.