Not too many high-profile losers this week but Rashford, Hazard, Arsenal and Sterling are among winners.
Chelsea are willing to offer £25million for Fabinho, but only offered James Rodriguez a loan move. Apparently.
And they're about to break it again with a £15million deal for Malaga's Ignacio Camacho. To Pulis has woken up.
"Marcus is a fantastic player, one of the brightest talents in European football," says his United captain.
There is no longer any doubt over Walcott's playing position. He is battling to be a right-winger.
Watford have now spent more than Arsenal this summer. All the completed deals are within.
Middlesbrough appear to have fought off competition to sign Arsenal defender Calum Chambers on loan.
Samir Nasri appeared for the first time this season on Sunday but could still leave Man City this summer.
Boufal has signed a five-year deal, with the cost of the transfer potentially rising to around £21m.
Manchester City are getting better with every match under Pep Guardiola, midfielder David Silva has warned rivals.
On the awfulness of Kane and his pass completion rate of 31.6% and Liverpool being a bit 'not quite'...
But there is no move for James McCarthy in the pipeline according to sources on Tyneside.
Bailly could be a £30m bargain. Plus Rooney, an unhappy Tottenham fan, Matip, Liverpool and..
"I have always loved Arsenal, I like how they play here, it is not typical English," says the Germany defender.
England boss explains his first squad, including the role Wayne Rooney will play.
The Blues are understood to be in talks over a £21m move for Fiorentina's Marcos Alonso.
Alan Shearer believes now is the time for Wayne Rooney to retire from international duty.
“For Zlatan, I give holidays a la carte," admits Jose Mourinho. He really, really likes "the big guy".
Reports suggest the Denmark international will sign a five-year deal worth £80,000 a week.
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