Tottenham, Wolves, Aston Villa, Everton, West Ham United, and Leeds United are among the players to feature in our transfer roundup from across the footballing world.
Gleison Bremer, a Tottenham Hotspur transfer target, is close to completing a move to Juventus after they reached an agreement with Torino. (Fabrizio Romano)
After Djed Spence's arrival, Harry Winks, Sergio Reguilon, Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani Lo Celso, Matt Doherty, Emerson Royal, Japhet Tanganga, and Bryan Gil may all depart for North London. (Evening Standard)
Jesse Lingard, a West Ham United transfer target, is on the verge of making a decision on his future after leaving Manchester United in June. (The Athletic)
West Ham United might sell center-back, Issa Diop, to Fulham, who has just promoted them, with those at the London Stadium demanding 20 million for the player. (The Times)
Christian Benteke, a striker for Crystal Palace, is on the move to Wolves, according to Patrick Vieira, who is preparing to sell the former Aston Villa player.
Carney Chukwuemeka, a sought-after footballer, has rejected a contract offer from Aston Villa, with the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool, and Barcelona circling for the 18-year-olds' signature (The Telegraph)
Layvin Kurzawa, a PSG defender, has been offered to Leeds United and Everton after being left out of Christophe Galtier's pre-season plans. (Media Foot)
Everton are discussing the possibility of signing Chelsea's Billy Gilmour on loan ahead of the new Premier League season, after the 21-year-old was loaned out to Norwich City the previous time out (The Times)
And then we take a look at the most recent footballing news from across the world.
As Erik ten Hags' side defeated Crystal Palace 3-1 in a pre-season friendly in Melbourne, Manchester United captain Harry Maguire was booed by some fans. (BBC Sport)
Rangers beat West Ham United 3-1 in a pre-season friendly in Glasgow, with goals from Tom Lawrence, Rabbi Matondo, and Ryan Kent for the home side. (Rangers official website)
Christian Pulisic, a US international, was barred from responding to a question about gun control in America by Chelsea, who seemed surprised by what he was asked. (The Telegraph)