Could we see Robert Lewandowski, Erling Haaland and Cristiano Ronaldo all playing in the Premier League next season? Manchester United have recently joined the race for the Polish striker who seemed to have his sights set on a move to Barcelona. There could be plenty of talent imported into the Prem this summer, with the likes of Ousmane Dembele reportedly on his way to Chelsea and Arsenal showing interest in Marco Asensio.
From rumours to done deals, keep up with all the latest from the transfer window right here!
Erling Haaland reached 20 goals for Norway in just 21 games. Manchester City fans will be excited for the forward to play his first game in a light blue shirt.
Robbie Fowler on Manchester United's poor transfer business...
"I don’t want to be cruel, but United could have written a book on how not to do transfers in recent seasons. Signing players just because you don’t want them to go to a rival? Check and double check. Cristiano has done his job well enough, but signing him because he could have gone to City? That just had disaster written all over it. And the same with Alexis Sanchez. No, not the same, 10 times worse."
Captain Andy Robertson says the fans were right to boo the Scotland team after they were thrashed 3-0 by Ireland in the Nations League.
Brentford are trying to get Christian Eriksen to agree personal terms as they hope to keep him at the club for another season.
After 18 months in charge, Mauricio Pochettino time at PSG is up.
Robert Lewandowski seemed to have his heart set on Barcelona but with that transfer in doubt many clubs have came out of the woodwork with a plan to sign the Polish striker, these clubs include Manchester United and PSG.
Last season, Lewandowski scored 50 goals in just 46 appearances so it is no surprise so many clubs are interested in the striker.