Time, surely, for the latest round of us trying to half-arsedly gauge the mood around the Premier League clubs and you telling us why we're hopelessly wrong.
A look back at previous players to represent three of the Premier League's Big Six, and a check on who, if any, still loves them.
Has your club yet succumbed to Pre-Season Panic yet? If not, they soon will. Or it will be Pre-Season Pride, which is almost as bad.
Could be a strange season for Premier League manager sackings given that World Cup-enforced mid-season break. So who looks in peril?
Because if you can't be full of giddy optimism in pre-season, then when can you?
If you've got a reason for cheer at every Premier League club, then how can you not also come up with the opposite?
Christian Eriksen is Ajax-schooled and Prem-hardened. He's an even better buy for Manchester United than many seem to think.
Nuno Espirito Santo is back in management. It's been a wild 370 days since he took the Spurs job and Tottenham have come out gleaming.
Ronaldo would be a terrible fit for Chelsea. But could he prove too tempting a statement for the new regime?
Lots of big-money moves going on between Premier League clubs this summer, so time for a rundown of previous such moves.
Spurs are right now a better bet than Everton. We all know this. Andros Townsend knows this. So why can't he say it?
Spending big in the transfer window doesn't always work out. Very often, it's the opposite with recriminations and manager sackings.
The concocted rollercoaster of transfer window emotions seem to have higher highs and lower lows than ever before...
A non-exhaustive list of recent transfers that suggest "Getting Business Done Early" isn't the be all and end all...