Step away from the platform edge, the transfer train is about to roll into town, and there are some big names on board today.
Teams around the world are throwing money around like there's no tomorrow, and there is still plenty of time for more monumental switches before the window slams shut.
Here are six stories for you to keep an eye out for.
Wolves to Launch €6m Bid for Lazio Defender Wallace
Are Wolverhampton Wanderers just going through Jorge Mendes' list of clients? They have brought in countless of Mendes' players, such as Ruben Neves and Raul Jimenez, and it looks like they're in pursuit of another.
The man in question is 24-year-old Lazio defender Wallace. The Brazilian hasn't impressed in Italy, but that hasn't deterred Wolves who, according to Il Messaggero, are close to striking a loan deal for Wallace with an option to buy him outright for €6m.
Have they even seen him play, or are they just taking Mendes' word that he's actually alright? Mendes must not have watched much Serie A football last season, because Wallace hardly set the world on fire.
Newcastle Ready £36m Bid for Joelinton With Mike Ashley Tired of Negotiations
Just the thought of spending money must give Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley nightmares. He already spent a whopping £20m on Miguel Almiron, surely fans can't want more than that?
As it turns out, Premier League clubs are expected to spend a bit more than that these days (who knew?), so Ashley is ready to sanction a £36m move to Hoffenheim star Joelinton. The Daily Mail claim that he is sick of negotiations, and just wants a new striker to present to incoming manager Steve Bruce.
Ashley just wants to make Bruce happy, which is actually kind of sweet. Unfortunately, he's probably (definitely) not going to win over the club fans, even with this spending spree.
Arsenal to Revise £25m Offer for Kieran Tierney
Now, you might not have noticed this, but Arsenal want Kieran Tierney. In fact, they are desperate to sign him, but are seemingly doing everything possible to avoid actually paying up for him.
They lodged an offer worth a total of £25m with Celtic, who weren't happy with the fact that Arsenal wanted to pay a large chunk of that in add-ons. So, the Daily Record claim that the Gunners have been forced to revise their offer to try and finally convince Celtic to sell, but they are not prepared to go higher than their initial offer.
Tierney himself isn't prepared to push for a move away, and he would be happy to remain with Celtic when all is said and done.
Napoli Join Long List of Suitors in Race for Nicolas Pepe With Adam Ounas Linked With Lille
You want Nicolas Pepe, I want Nicolas Pepe, we all want Nicolas Pepe. Even with all the interest, nobody really knows where the Lille superstar is going to end up, but could Napoli be his next destination?
Lille are believed to want Napoli's Adam Ounas as a replacement for Pepe, and Sky Sport Italia claim the Partenopei could use that to steal a march in the race for Pepe. Lille want around €65m for the winger, but that could be dropped down if Ounas moves in the opposite direction.
Whether Napoli could convince Pepe to join them is anyone's guess. The 24-year-old is thought to have his pick of most European giants this summer, so Lille might have to try push him towards Naples if they want Ounas in return.
Inter Eager to Trump Man Utd in Pursuit of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic
Manchester United's quest to sign all the midfielders in the world has led them to Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, but signing him won't be as easy as they would have hoped for.
Corriere dello Sport (via Calciomercato) claim that Inter are looking to spoil the party with their own blockbuster offer for Milinkovic-Savic. However, before they can even think about doing that, they need to find buyers for Radja Nainggolan, Borja Valero and Joao Mario.
French moneybags Paris Saint-Germain are also believed to be keen, so United may need to act soon if they want to get this one over the line.
Atletico to Offer Christian Eriksen Another Route to Madrid
Fortunately, if he still wants to go to Madrid, he might be able to bag himself a move to Real's cross-town rivals, Atletico Madrid. Alfredo Pedulla claims that Diego Simeone asked his scouts for their opinion on Eriksen, and he was delighted with the responses.
As a result, Los Rojiblancos could make a surprise push for the Dane, which could see Spurs act on their long-standing interest in Roma starlet Nicolo Zaniolo. The transfer merry-go-round is starting to spin faster and faster.