Today's edition of the B/R World Football Transfer Roundup is admittedly a bit lopsided.
Two clubs, Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham Hotspur, dominate the proceedings. But, hey, we're just reporting the rumors as they come in.
PSG and Spurs have been busy all summer, but if today's reports are right, both clubs are about to become much, much busier.
All the details await inside.
AC Milan have accepted Paris Saint-Germain's €60 million offer for forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic and defender Thiago Silva, according to Goal.com.
The pair have been linked to PSG throughout the summer, but speculation seemed to have died down when Silva signed a new contract recently.
But with Milan's finances in disarray, PSG appear to have made a breakthrough. The only question seems to be the price.
On Wednesday, Goal.com cited reports from Sky Sport Italia that the fee would be €65 million.
Even with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva apparently on board, Paris Saint-Germain might not be done splashing the cash this summer.
Reports out of France indicate PSG are willing to meet Tottenham Hotspur's asking price for Croatian midfielder Luka Modric (ESPNSoccernet). Manager Carlo Ancelotti declined to comment on any potential deal, but did praise Modric.
"Modric is an outstanding player and in my opinion he is at this time one of the best midfielders in the world," Ancelotti said.
Tottenham midfielder Rafael van der Vaart could move to the Middle East, according to the Daily Mail.
The Mail reports that VDV is considering a move to the United Arab Emirates after sending agents there to find out whether any clubs would pay his £70,000-per-week wages.
Van der Vaart, a 29-year-old attacking midfielder, has been strongly linked with a return to Hamburg in the German Bundesliga.
Finally, in a bit of transfer news not involving PSG or Spurs, Dutch giants Ajax are reportedly interested in 20-year-old Barcelona B defender Marc Muniesa.
Goal.com cites an interview with Ajax sporting director Marc Overmars from De Telegraf.
"The interest in Muniesa is correct, but nothing is yet decided," said Overmars.
But wait: There is a Spurs connection. Muniesa would potential serve as a replacement for Jan Vertonghen, who recently completed his move to, well, you know.