The summer transfer window is open and across the globe there is a frenzy of speculation as players and coaches look for their next moves.
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.
The 23-year-old’s existing deal expires in 2020 and the Sky Blues have offered Sterling new terms.
However, his team are still reportedly mulling over the offer and apparently holding out to see if City will be willing to meet his higher wage demands, believed to be in the region of £300k-a-week – an increase from his current £170k-a-week salary.
According to sources, Sterling, who is currently holidaying in Ibiza following his World Cup exertions with England, could be sold should he not accept the proposal put to him.
The Juventus centre-back has been widely tipped to leave Turin this summer but the Old Lady are holding out for as much as €40m for the 24-year-old.
It remains to be seen whether either European giant will re-enter the race with secondary bids for Caldara.
Amazingly, the January 2017 recruit from Atalanta has not yet featured for the Bianconeri and spent last season back on loan at the club in which he started his career.
The France international has a release clause of €35 million (£31m/$41m) which will become valid in 2019, an amount considered well below his market value.
It is possible that a deal could be negotiated earlier than that between the two clubs should Bayern exercise their financial muscle.
The 25-year-old, who was left out of Argentina’s World Cup squad by Jorge Sampaoli in favour of Cristian Pavon, has a San Siro release clause in the region of €110m.
While that price tag remains steep, Icardi seems to be the viable option given Neymar has confirmed he will stay at Paris Saint-Germain and World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe also looks likely to stick with the Parisian giants.
That leaves just Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski as the other man in the frame, though at 29 and off the back of a disappointing campaign with Poland in Russia, Icardi would represent a long-term option.
Ajax’s young stars have been catching the eye of Europe’s other leading clubs but sporting director Marc Overmars says no more players will be allowed to leave this season, even for “crazy” transfer fees.
Frenkie de Jong, in particular, has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona after enjoying an excellent season, while Donny van de Beek and Matthijs de Ligt have also generated plenty of transfer speculation.
However, Overmars, a former Barcelona player, told De Telegraaf that the players would be better off staying at the club for another season.
“Let them [any interested clubs] come back next year,” Overmars said.
“Let the players play 40 games with Ajax this year.
“They’ll not be allowed to leave, even for crazy amounts.”