Which Premier League club is ready to make a move for Marco Reus? Is there another twist in the future of David de Gea? Will Moussa Sissoko still be a Newcastle player by the end of the summer? What chance do suitors have of capturing Charlie Austin? And are Manchester City finally about to strike for Kevin De Bruyne.
Learn the answers to these questions and more in today's roundup of Premier League transfer rumours.
12. Gayle Set for Palace Stay
With Crystal Palace's ambition seemingly growing by the day, Dwight Gayle might have been forgiven for thinking his time at the club could soon draw to an end as competition for places gets ever fiercer.
However, according to the Croydon Advertiser, the electric forward needn't worry about his future just yet, with Eagles chairman Steve Parish declaring he will not be going anywhere.
11. Nolan Hints at West Ham Exit
Kevin Nolan was instrumental in driving West Ham back into the Premier League in 2012 and then keeping them there in what could have been a difficult first season back. Unhappy fans have seemingly been on his case ever since, though, and now the veteran has hinted a summer exit is possible.
Nolan is quoted by the Daily Express as saying, "I have made my feelings known that I don't want to be sitting on the bench. I want to be playing and give my all in training. If that's good enough, then great. If not, we'll have to sit down and see where we go from there."
10. Premier League Sides Given Hope in Austin Race
Leicester, Southampton, Everton, Newcastle, Tottenham and Aston Villa are just some of the clubs linked with a move for Charlie Austin and all have been given a significant boost of landing the 18-goal striker.
Speaking to talkSPORT, QPR boss Chris Ramsey hinted it could only be a matter of time before a transfer is completed.
He told the radio station, "We have to be realistic, it's unlikely he'll stay. We want to keep him but it's unlikely, the club is in a financial position that it needs to recoup some money and I think for his ambitions he wants to keep playing in the Premier League to go to the Euros."
9. Monk Quashes Gomis Exit Talk
Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis was linked with a surprise move to Dubai-based club Al Ahli this week. But it appears that despite talk of a release clause being triggered, fans won't have to worry about the Frenchman leaving the Liberty Stadium.
Manager Garry Monk is quoted by WalesOnline as saying, "That club made contact with the us and made an enquiry. That's no problem, that happens. But Bafe is a Swansea City player. We are looking forward to working with him and him hopefully having a productive season."
8. Southampton Eye Chester After Gardos Blow
The loss of Florin Gardos to long-term injury has compounded Ronald Koeman's defensive problems at Southampton just two weeks ahead of the new Premier League season. The club will also obviously be missing Toby Alderweireld after his move to Tottenham.
According to the Daily Mirror, Koeman's plan is to pursue Hull City centre-back James Chester. The 26-year-old will be keen to make a return to the top flight after suffering relegation last season, but the Tigers could demand as much as £10m for his services.
7. Everton Look for Mirallas Replacement
Everton could end up losing Kevin Mirallas before the end of the summer. The Belgian winger has been linked with Tottenham in the past, with West Ham the most recent suitor rumoured to be keen. As such the Toffees are already planning their next move.
According to the Liverpool Echo, Sporting Lisbon star Diego Capel has emerged as a target. In light of the uncertainty regarding Mirallas it is said Roberto Martinez instructed scouts to "scour Europe" for a left-footed winger, with Capel the main name that came back.
The 27-year-old has played internationally for Spain in the past, albeit briefly, and could be available for the bargain figure of just £2m.
6. Newcastle Lead Aston Villa in Rolan Chase
Newcastle United certainly aren't finished with the summer spending spree which has already seen Georginio Wijnaldum and Aleksandar Mitrovic arrive at St James' Park, with the club seemingly keen on adding yet more firepower.
According to Bordeaux president Jean-Louis Triaud, the Magpies are at the head of the queue for £12m-rated Uruguayan Diego Rolan, leading Premier League rivals Aston Villa.
The Ligue club's chief is quoted by the Daily Express as saying, "There has been contact with Newcastle through intermediaries, so there is interest from them. At this stage, we are yet to hear from Aston Villa."
5. Arsenal Named in Llorente Pursuit
When Louis van Gaal spoke of a 'secret striker' last week, people were immediately trying to figure who it could possibly be. Even though it quickly emerged the Manchester United boss was playing games, some reports suggested Fernando Llorente could be on the verge of a move.
However, according to a report originating in the Sun, it was Arsenal rather than United who have made contact with Juventus over a possible move for the Spaniard. A Juve source told the newspaper, "It's Arsenal who’ve been in contact - not United. They have made an inquiry but there is no bid yet."
4. Tottenham and Liverpool in Sissoko Hunt
Moussa Sissoko helped keep Newcastle in the Premier League last season. Perhaps surprisingly, talk of interest in the midfielder's services have been rather quiet so far this summer, despite being persistently linked with move in the past.
However, according to Foot Mercato, interest is building in Sissoko once more and it is Tottenham who have kicked things off with an initial enquiry. However, he is also a rumoured target for Liverpool, while even Arsenal and Chelsea are said to be keeping an eye on the situation from afar.
3. Manchester City Eye De Bruyne Opportunity
Already this summer, Manchester City have been told that Wolfsburg midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is not for sale. But the two-time Premier League champions are not yet ready to take no for an answer and are to step up their pursuit this weekend.
According to the Manchester Evening News, City will try and use the fact that De Bruyne will be in London with his Wolfsburg team-mates this weekend to their advantage. The 24-year-old's agent Patrick De Koster is flying in as well and is reportedly set for talks with City director Txiki Begiristain.
2. De Gea Poised to Stay at Old Trafford
Real Madrid have dropped the biggest hint yet that they are ready to give up on their pursuit of David de Gea this summer, with manager Rafa Benitez declaring that Keylor Navas will be his number one.
Benitez appeared to suggest that he has full faith in the Costa Rican's ability heading into the season, implying De Gea isn't seen as an absolute necessity until he is available for free in 2016.
Benitez is quoted by Goal.com as saying, "I think so, yes, we wanted to give him (Navas) the chance to play and prove himself and he has done well. I only need one goalkeeper on each match, and as long as I have one, I'm happy."
That, of course, also means that there will be no sight of Sergio Ramos at Old Trafford.
1. Arsenal Eye Reus
Arsene Wenger won't have thanked Lord Harris for his recent declaration that Arsenal can spend £200m on players if they wanted. Talk like that will only make clubs raise the prices on players as the Gunners look for this summer's marquee buy.
According to a claim originating from TuttoMercatoWeb (why an Italian website thinks it has 'knowledge' of the business between English and German clubs isn't exactly clear, but never mind), Arsenal are looking to raid Borussia Dortmund for Marco Reus.
The winger has been of long-term interest to a number of top European clubs, but speculation on his future has generally all but died in recent months.