Manchester United will look to finalise a world record £110m transfer of Paul Pogba from Juventus this week.
Manchester City are ready to kickstart the bidding for John Stones this week with Everton expecting a £50m offer.
West Ham have placed an £18m price tag on starlet defender Reece Oxford who is attracting interest from Manchester City and Manchester United.
Everton have agreed a £25m fee with Zenit St Petersburg for Axel Witsel and are waiting for the Belgium international to commit to their contract offer.
Arsene Wenger has launched a staunch defence of Arsenal's transfer policy and has vowed to spend big if the right chance arises.
Everton forward Romelu Lukaku is still hopeful of completing a sensational return to former club Chelsea.
West Ham are closing in on a deal for Argentinian striker Jonathan Calleri.
Manchester United are ready to cash in on striker Will Keane - with new Sunderland boss David Moyes lining up a £6.5m bid.
Arsenal are lining up a £75m double deal that would bring Riyad Mahrez and Alexandre Lacazette to the Emirates.
Chelsea have turned their attention to Lazio defender Stefan de Vrij after failing to complete a deal for Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli.
Steve Bruce quit Hull City without a penny in compensation after he failed to land three transfer targets.
Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri is keen to sign former Tottenham and Manchester City defender Vedran Corluka.
Joe Allen is set to hold talks with Stoke City manager Mark Hughes on Sunday as he closes in on a £13m move from Liverpool.
Gokhan Inler is heading for the exit at Leicester after being left out of the squad flying to the United States.
Arsenal are lining up a club record £45m bid for Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez.
Swansea are ready to launch a bid to re-sign forward Wilfried Bony from Manchester City.
Jermain Defoe is gearing up for a reunion with Sam Allardyce in an England shirt.
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Memphis Depay, Marcos Rojo and Matteo Darmian are among the players who will be allowed to leave Manchester United this summer.
Leicester captain Wes Morgan insists Jamie Vardy was spot on to snub Arsenal and keep up the good work at the King Power Stadium.