Newcastle United have been linked with a stunning swoop for Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne.
The striker is currently in a contract dispute with his club and a variety of teams across Europe are reportedly following the situation.
Inter Milan are thought to be favourites to capture the 25-year-old Italian international, but Il Mattino claim Newcastle, Juventus, Atletico Madrid and West Ham are also keeping tabs on the goal-scorer.
Rafa Benitez worked with Insigne when he was in charge of Napoli, with the forward making 79 appearances during the manager's two-year tenure.
Sheffield Wednesday are planning an ambitious move of their own, targeting Derby duo Jeff Hendrick and Tom Ince.
The Sheffield Star claim the Owls are in for the pair despite Derby rejecting a £7m bid for Hendrick from Burnley earlier in the window.
The pair could cost Wednesday up to £15m, with the Rams supposedly keen on taking Fernando Forestieri from the Hillsborough club for £7m.
Carlos Carvalhal has previously denied his club would be selling any of their assets this transfer window.
Leeds United have made another transfer breakthrough - this one not as astonishing as the previous two rumours.
The Whites have signed Bristol City defender Luke Ayling after the 24-year-old completed a medical at Elland Road today.
The three-year deal is reported to have cost the Yorkshire club £750,000 and Ayling has become Leeds' eighth capture this summer.
Aston Villa have had a £7m bid accepted for West Brom and Wales defender James Chester.
Sky Sports claim the 27-year-old could be on his way across the midlands in the next few days, with a medical yet to be scheduled.
The centre-half had been previously linked with Swansea City, but relegated Villa are the first side to shore up their interest with a substantial offer.
Finally, Villa have also been linked with Leicester City full-back Ritchie De Laet.
The Sun have reported the Villans are close to signing the defender for £2.5m, having spent last season helping Leicester to the Premier League title and Middlesbrough to the top tier - via a stint on loan.
The Belgian has struggled for game-time at Leicester and is thought to be close to signing a deal at Roberto Di Matteo's side.