The likes of Man City, Liverpool, Man Utd and Arsenal are all looking to bolster their squads with the champions hopeful of adding Harry Kane and Jack Grealish
Now that Euro 2020 has concluded attention will firmly turn to the transfer window ahead of the new Premier League season.
Players being spread across Europe playing for their countries creates something of a logistical nightmare when it comes to negotiations and medicals.
Harry Kane’s future also remains up in the air as he looks to leave Tottenham.
We bring you some of the latest transfer rumours from around the Premier League.
Grealish has second thoughts
Grealish is among the top targets on City’s summer wishlist as they look to reshape their options with Bernardo Silva potentially leaving.
A £100m move for the Aston Villa playmaker has been touted with some reports suggesting a move was imminent.
But, according to TalkSport, Grealish is now having second thoughts about leaving his boyhood club.
He said this week: “Everyone knows what claret and blue means to me. I’ve been a Villa boy all my life, and I love playing for this club.”
The Villa star has been crucial in helping them consolidate as a top flight club but must now decide where his future lies with Dean Smith’s side unlikely to challenge for honours.
Spurs line-up Lloris replacement
Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo is wasting no time in eyeing new recruits.
The north Londoners are looking to add Atalanta goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini on loan, reports Sky Sports.
A loan deal with an obligation to buy is being negotiated with the Italian side as they look to replace Lloris.
The French shotstopper is about to enter the final year of his deal and, at 34, his future remains uncertain beyond this year.
Gollini made over 30 appearances last term as the Serie A outfit enjoyed another impressive year.
Liverpool prepare for eight exits
It could be a summer of upheaval at Anfield with up to eight players expected to leave Merseyside.
Jurgen Klopp has been big on the continuity of his starting XI with his back four and front three especially picking itself for lengthy periods.
It means fringe players are now ready to seek new challenges as they eye more minutes.
According to the Daily Express Marko Grujic, Harry Wilson, Xherdan Shaqiri, Neco Williams, Loris Karius, Sheyi Ojo, Ben Woodburn, and Taiwo Awoniyi could all leave the Reds.
The likes of Wilson and Grujic have been serial loanees but now want permanent moves elsewhere.