Premier League champions Chelsea sold left-back Filipe Luis back to Atletico Madrid earlier this week, and now have been linked with a number of players who could replace him.
Today, one name has come firmly into the frame, but that is far from the only transfer story to have made the headlines.
As well as Chelsea, Newcastle United, Liverpool and Manchester United are among the other clubs to feature.
Chelsea want Galatasaray’s Brazilian defender Alex Telles to replace Luis. (The Sun)
AC Milan have turned down a £4.8million bid from Newcastle for striker M’Baye Niang. (Calcio Mercato)
Liverpool defender Andre Wisdom is set to depart Anfield on a season-long loan to Norwich City. (Liverpool Echo)
Paris Saint-Germain have made a £28.5million offer for Man United winger Angel Di Maria, who joined the Red Devils for £59.7million last summer. (The Guardian)
Tottenham Hotspur have been put off by Crystal Palace’s £25million valuation of Yannick Bolasie, so will instead target Man United’s Ashley Young. (Daily Mirror)
Sampdoria president Massimo Ferrero believes Liverpool’s £7.1million valuation of striker Mario Balotelli is too high. (Daily Mail)
Man United feel betrayed by Sergio Ramos, who is set to sign a new contract at Real Madrid. (Daily Star)
Emmanuel Adebayor will join Aston Villa on loan from Tottenham, despite late interest from Crystal Palace. (Daily Telegraph)
Villa are also in talks with former Monaco striker Dimitar Berbatov, who is available on a free transfer. (Daily Express)
Bournemouth are close to signing St Etienne winger Max Gradel for a fee which could rise to £7million. (Daily Star)
Everton midfielder James McCarthy is disillusioned with life at Goodison Park, and is set to open talks with Tottenham. (Daily Mirror)
West Ham United are lining up a £12million move for Fenerbahce striker Moussa Sow, who is also wanted by Sunderland. (Daily Express)
Mohamed Salah is set to complete a loan move to Roma from Chelsea. (Daily Mail)
Tottenham defender Vlad Chiriches is close to joining Napoli for £4.5million. (Daily Telegraph)
Meanwhile, it is relatively quiet on the transfer front at Sunderland.