The summer transfer window for all international deals is open.
Across the world of football, there is plenty of activity and stories that have football fans talking.
Here, we look at the latest transfer deals that could happen very soon.
Real Madrid are considering the former Chelsea boss as a replacement for Zinedine Zidane following his surprise exit after winning his third Champions League title with the club, RMC reports.
The Portuguese has experience in charge of the likes of Tottenham, Porto and the Blues and would represent a cheap option for Los Blancos, who would only have to pay his salary and no release fee.
Borussia Dortmund have also been linked with the 40-year-old, who is a free agent after leaving his role at Shanghai SIPG last November.
Tottenham have emerged as key contenders to sign the Barcelona wantaway, according to Sport.
The Brazilian spent last season on loan at Inter and the Serie A side had the option to sign him permanently this summer.
However, the Milan-based club are unable to pay the £30.8m (Dh152m) needed to land the Sao Paulo man.
And, according to the Spanish publication, Spurs are set to table a bid to secure his services as they look to bolster their line-up ahead of next season.
Liverpool are to raise the tempo in their pursuit of Swiss winger Xherdan Shaqiri after the World Cup, the Daily Mirror reports.
Representatives of the Stoke forward, 26, are said to have held talks with counterparts at Anfield already after the Potters’ relegation from the top flight.
Stoke’s demise is said to have reduced Shaqiri’s price to £13.5million, which has not escaped the attention of other Premier League clubs.
Everton, West Ham, Tottenham and Southampton are said to be keeping an eye on the former Bayern Munich and Inter Milan player.
Talks are continuing apace between Arsenal and Sampdoria over their 22-year-old midfielder Lucas Torreira, according to the Daily Mail.
A £22million deal is said to be on the cards to bring the Uruguay international to the Emirates on his return from Russia.
New boss Unai Emery is said to favour Torreira as part of his summer squad-strengthening spree, although Sampdoria have warned he will not come cheap.
A release clause in his contract may have to be paid off in instalments as the Gunners seek to maximise their budget.
Spurs are set to offer Dele Alli to a new long-term deal worth nearly £100,000-a-week, the Evening Standard reports.
The 22-year-old midfielder’s reported £40,000-a-week pay rise is said to be part of a drive by White Hart Lane bosses to lock in their star talent.
England captain Harry Kane signed a six-year deal on Friday, while efforts are said to be under way to secure the futures of Jan Vertonghen, Christian Eriksen and Eric Dier at the club.
Commitments by Kane and manager Pochettino, who agreed a new five-year deal, are part of a reported effort to consolidate ahead of next season.
A transfer to Manchester City for Napoli midfielder Jorginho appears to have hit rough ground after the Blues balked at the 26-year-old’s £60million price tag, the Daily Mirror says.
City are reported to have offered £44million for the midfielder, who is said to have high hopes for a move to the Premier League.
His agent, Joao Santos, said an “opportunity of a lifetime” would await the the Italy international at the Etihad.
The two clubs are said to have been trying to reach a compromise, however Real Madrid’s Mateo Kovacic and Southampton’s Mario Lemina are also tipped as possible targets.
Players to watch
Dean Henderson: The England Under-21 international goalkeeper, 21, is set to sign a new deal at Manchester United, the Daily Mail reports.
Aleksandr Golovin: CSKA Moscow could put the Arsenal target, 22, up for sale this summer, according to Corriere.it
Federico Chiesa: The Fiorentina and Italy winger has attracted attention from Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United, according to Talksport.
France forward Griezmann, 27, has seen La Liga champions Barcelona long linked to paying the €100 million (Dh432.8m) release clause in his Atletico Madrid contract when it kicks in from July 1 and he said a decision on his future would occur “this week”. The prolific forward’s current employers have also been keen to agree fresh terms.
Portugal attacker Ronaldo, 33, is reportedly unsettled at Real Madrid and stated after last month’s Champions League final win that it had been “very nice” to be at the club.
But speaking to Onda Cero, Spain’s leading football administrator dismissed talk of imminent switches.
“I think Cristiano stays at Real Madrid and Antoine Griezmann stays at Atletico,” he said.
“What are the chances of Cristiano leaving? Out of 10, I would say a five or maybe even a four, I am not worried.
“Regardless of these moves, I do not think this is damaging for the league because we are becoming less reliant of our very best players.”
France boss Didier Deschamps informed his squad that he wants decisions on their futures to be made before World Cup 2018 begins. Les Bleus start their Group C-campaign on June 16 against Australia at Kazan Arena.