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.
Haaland to stay at Dortmund
Borussia Dortmund sporting director Sebastian Kehl has claimed that Erling Haaland will remain at the club next season despite interest from a number of top European clubs.
Kehl insists he is confident that Haaland will remain at the club. "I understand that Erling Haaland will play for Borussia Dortmund in the new season," Kehl told the Sport1 broadcaster's Doppelpass program (h/t AS).
"Erling totally agrees. I see him every day and I can say that he completely identifies with the club," he added.
Man United back in for Declan Rice
Manchester United have reportedly reignited their interest in West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, according to Express Sport.
Rice has been touted with a switch to Old Trafford for a while, with the Red Devils planning to use Jesse Lingard as a makeweight to bring his price down. However, David Moyes has made it clear that the Hammers are not open to selling Rice this summer.
Lewandowski to the Premier League?
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski could reportedly be on his to the Premier League next season, according to Sport Bild.
The report claims that the 32-year-old's agent is reportedly listening to offers ahead of the summer transfer window. Lewandowski has already attracted interest from Real Madrid, as Zinedine Zidane is keen on adding the Polish international to his attacking ranks. Lewandowski could be available for £52 million, as he still has two years left on his contract at Bayern.
Lukaku not planning to leave Inter
Romelu Lukaku has admitted that he wants to stay at Inter beyond the current season after the club's Serie A title victory, according to Fabrizio Romano.
The striker told Sky Sport on Sunday that "he's really proud to be an Inter player" and hopes he can continue playing an important role in Antonio Conte's side next season.