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.
PSG target Salah as Mbappe replacement
Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly made Mohamed Salah their number one target to replace Kylian Mbappe if the Frenchman decides to leave the club this summer, according to ESPN.
Mbappe has been linked with a move to Real Madrid, and the Ligue 1 giants are not risking being left in the cold without a backup and are planning a raid on Anfield if the World Cup winner leaves Parc des Princes.
Ronaldo to take pay cut to rejoin Sporting
Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly willing to take a major wage cut in order to rejoin boyhood club Sporting, according to Cuatro.
Talks have already begun over a possible comeback, and the forward's mother promised fans on Wednesday she would do all in her power to convince Cristiano to return to Lisbon.
United to use Lingard in Sancho deal
Manchester United are reportedly willing to offer Borussia Dortmund Jesse Lingard in a bid to bring Jadon Sancho to Old Trafford.
According to ESPN, who quote the Sun, Dortmund are interested in Lingard, who is currently on loan at West Ham, and United would be open to using him as a makeweight in a move for Sancho. The report adds that Dortmund value Sancho at £80million, and United could pay as little as £50million should Lingard move the other way.
Lautaro's agent talks about contract situation
Lautaro Martinez's agent has opened up about his client's contract situation at Inter, with the Argentine yet to commit to fresh terms at the San Siro. Martinez has been linked to Barcelona in the past, and is currently being linked with a move to Real Madrid.
Alejandro Camano, told Gazzetta dello Sport: "We are calm, but the current situation at Inter prevents us from making any predictions. The lad is happy in Milan, he has just won a championship as a protagonist, but we cannot help but wait. At present it’s useless to make predictions. We, like the others, first want to understand what the future of the club will be."