The Sunday newspapers are alive with transfer speculation ahead of the new seasons across Europe.
The transfer rumour mill is clearly thriving as rumours escalate in the wake of clubs returning to preseason training.
Read on to find out more.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is determined to add one of Edinson Cavani, Hulk or Robert Lewandowski to his forward line for the new Premier League season, according to Colin Mafham of the Sunday Express.
Meanwhile, Chelsea defender David Luiz is still attracting attention, according to the newspapers.
Napoli manager Rafael Benitez is on the verge of completing a deal to bring winger Jose Maria Callejon to Italy from Real Madrid, reports Marco Ruiz of Diario AS in Spain.
According to the report, Real have agreed a fee of £8.6 million for the 26-year-old, who has also agreed personal terms with the Serie A club.
Benitez is also hoping to bring Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar to Naples from Queens Park Rangers, according to Sky Sport Italia (via Football-Italia.net).
The capture of Cesar is designed to help fellow Brazilian keeper Rafael, 23, settle at the club with the Santos man on the verge of joining Napoli, according to Stefan Coerts of Goal.com.
The former Manchester City and Real Madrid star had a loan spell at Santos in January 2010 after his £32.5 million move to the Premier League stalled through injury and a lack of first-team games.
Now, however, the 29-year-old could be poised for a permanent return to Santos after Milan dropped their fee for the player, according to the report.
Robinho joined Milan in the summer of 2010 and helped the team win the Serie A title in his first season at the club.
The Brazil international has told friends he wants to leave the Ligue 1 champions and move to the Camp Nou this summer, according to the report.
Earlier this week, the 28-year-old told Globo Esporte (via Paulo Freitas at Sky Sports) he was happy at the Parc des Princes club.
The 27-year-old Spain international appeared to be on his way to Atletico Madrid but wants to play under new City manager Manuel Pellegrini at the Etihad Stadium.
Negredo was the fourth-highest scorer in La Liga last season with his 25 goals helping Sevilla finish ninth in the table.