It’s the final countdown until the end of the summer transfer window in Europe as clubs scramble to get those last few deals over the line.
Lots of business is likely to be done before Friday’s deadline with Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham among the leading English clubs still seeking recruits and sales.
Over the weekend, we saw further development in Mohamed Salah’s potential sensational move from Liverpool to Saudi Arabia.
Meanwhile, Manchester City are testing Wolves’ resolve over Matheus Nunes as Pep Guardiola chases further midfield reinforcements.
Mail Sport rounds up all the latest transfer gossip on Bank Holiday Monday.
Manchester City have lodged an improved £52m offer for Wolves midfielder Matheus Nunes
Chelsea are reportedly interested in signing the Bayer Leverkusen player Jeremie Frimpong
Chelsea are interested in the Bayer Leverkusen and Netherlands right wing-back Jeremie Frimpong – but it would take a sizeable offer to tempt the German club to sell (Fichajes).
Tottenham and Newcastle have joined Liverpool, Everton and Burnley in the pursuit for PSV Eindhoven winger Johan Bakayoko (The Sun).
Romelu Lukaku would finally be on his way out of Chelsea this week after further talks were held with Roma over a £7million move (Mail Sport).
Manchester United could swap Scott McTominay for Bayern Munich’s Ryan Gravenberch, who has been a target of Liverpool (Bild).
Manchester United are set to complete the £4.3m signing of Turkish goalkeeper Altay Bayindir to replace Crystal Palace-bound Dean Henderson (Mail Sport).
Altay Bayindir waves goodbye to the Fenerbahce fans ahead of his move to Manchester United
Nottingham Forest are keen on Leicester City’s Wilfred Ndidi (left) with a bid expected
Nottingham Forest will launch a bid for Leicester’s Wilfred Ndidi with personal terms agreed between he two clubs (Fabrizio Romano).
Tottenham will make a £50m move for Nottingham Forest star Brennan Johnson as Ange Postecoglou looks for even more attacking talent (Mail Sport).
West Ham are set for talks with Brazilian club Corinthians over forward Yuri Alberto, who is keen on the move (Sky Sports).
Manchester United are considering Marc Cucurella, Marcos Alonso and Sergio Reguilon as emergency left-back cover after Luke Shaw was injured (Daily Telegraph).
Juventus are trying to sneak in ahead of Brighton for Boca Juniors left-back Valentin Barco (The Sun).