Top clubs across Europe are still looking to boost their squad ahead of the new season, and clear out their wage bill as well.
With that in mind, here's a look at the latest transfer rumours from around the world.
Barcelona all set for Aguero bid
Barcelona will reportedly make a bid for Sergio Aguero when he leaves Manchester City at the end of the current season.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Aguero is "extremely keen" to move to Camp Nou and is reportedly willing to take a pay cut to make the switch happen.
Man United and Arsenal to battle for £25m striker
Manchester United and Arsenal will battle for Sparta Prague striker Abdallah Sima, according to the Mirror.
The 19-year-old burst onto the radar of English clubs out of relative obscurity in his first senior campaign and has been rated at £25million. He scored vs Leicester City in the Europa League round of 32 before playing 69 minutes against Arsenal in the quarter-final.
Klopp doesn't expect Mbappe, Haaland, or Sancho transfers
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has insisted he expects to see a "subdued" transfer market and does not expect to see any clubs making big-money moves for Erling Haaland, Kylian Mbappe, or Jadon Sancho.
“A year ago nobody knew how football will go on. One year later, people speak about ‘what can we do in the transfer market?’," he said.
“People talk about changing the structure completely, like the German model. Well, I can tell you the budget will go down massively. Having more say in the club, changing the structure and the ownership model, and then at the same time signing Haaland for £150 million? That doesn’t work together. We will see how the market develops but for sure it will not be an early market.”
Zidane to leave Real Madrid
Zinedine Zidane will reportedly leave Real Madrid this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
The report claims that the Frenchman is "tired" of the demanding role and is ready to walk away, even if his side claim the LaLiga title. Madrid are currently five points off leaders Atletico Madrid with two games left to play.