Having a Premier League medal (or two) means nothing; these players are scrambling for a move.
Not too many high-profile losers this week but Rashford, Hazard, Arsenal and Sterling are among winners.
Lazar Markovic is 'considering an approach from Newcastle United' to play in the Champo, it says here.
Fiorentina insist there has been no approach yet for reported Chelsea target Marcos Alonso.
Failing to score in 13 Premier League games last season has obviously impressed Burnley...
Watford have now spent more than Arsenal this summer. All the completed deals are within.
Liverpool will rebuff any further approaches from Premier League clubs to loan Danny Ings.
Leicester are expected to break their transfer record again, but confusion reigns over another deal.
You wanted a modern manager who places results over reputation and you got him; don't be surprised now.
Another remnant of the Rodgers era heads out as Luis Alberto goes for £6m.
It can no longer be doubted. After all, we keep being told how sodding brilliant he is. It simply can't fail.
It has not quite worked out for Son at Spurs, has it? The South Korean is linked with a move away.
Hull are expected to bolster their depleted ranks by signing three new players on Tuesday.
And no, it's not a bruised elbow. Aguero is returning due to a calf injury, Argentina claim.
Jeremain Lens fired a parting shot at Sunderland as he closes in on a move to Fenerbahce.
Plus some love for Conte and Walcott, hate for England, and conflict over Rooney. Obviously.
The big fish in a small pond has become a small fish in a big pond. Martial is struggling.
Watford have signed someone who used to play on loan at Fulham for £10m. Obviously.
Joe Hart has left England's training camp to complete a move to Torino. Interesting.
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