The summer transfer window for all international deals is open.
That has started a frenzy of speculation as players and coaches look for their next moves.
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.
The Blues are ready to table a £26m (Dh126m) offer for the 23-year-old, with the Italy international centre-back viewed as a long-term replacement for Gary Cahill.
Given Brazilian David Luiz is set to depart Stamford Bridge as well, Chelsea’s defence could have a new look next season as Roman Abramovich also weighs up boss Antonio Conte’s future.
Rugani, who started his career at Empoli, was not a regular by any stretch of the imagination last term but is highly-rated nonetheless.
West Ham have moved a step closer to clinching a deal for the Lazio attacker, The Mirror reports.
It is set to be a busy summer of incomings and outgoings at the London Stadium, with new Hammers boss Manuel Pellegrini looking to strengthen in several areas.
Anderson endured a hit and miss season in Serie A but is likely to join Swansea duo Lukasz Fabianski and Alfie Mawson in making moves to east London in the coming days.
Following a difficult Premier League campaign last term, West Ham want to ensure there is no repeat and will pay as much as £27m (Dh131m) for the 25-year-old.
Fulham are tipped to seal a permanent move for the Serbia international following his stunning loan stint with the Cottagers.
According to Sky Sports News, the newly-promoted west London club will offer his parent club Newcastle £20m for his services.
The former Anderlecht man was frozen out by Rafael Benitez last term but reignited his career during the second-half of this past season, scoring 12 goals in 20 appearances for Fulham as they returned to the Premier League.
Mitrovic, who joined the St James’ Park side in 2015, has two years remaining on his Tyneside deal – although he is unlikely to see that through.
In an hour-long TV special aired by Spanish network Movistar+ on Thursday evening, the France forward revealed the angst he faced in deciding between the two clubs before choosing to stay at Atletico – the club he joined from Real Sociedad in 2014.
The news will come as a boost to the 2017/18 La Liga runners-up, who were braced to lose their star player to Barca after much speculation that the Catalan club would trigger Griezmann’s €100 million release clause to secure a move.
Griezmann had said he would make his decision public before France’s World Cup campaign started, with the transfer saga threatening to distract both player and team as they headed into the tournament. They kick-off in Group C against Australia on Saturday.
The 27-year-old also tweeted his decision to stay, timed to coincide with the announcement being made on his TV segment.
Alisson, 25, experienced a fantastic breakthrough season in the Italian capital during 2017/18. He now goes into World Cup 2018 as undisputed No1 for the Canarinha, plus a transfer target for sides across Europe.
AS stated that Los Blancos are putting together a €70 million (Dh298.2m) offer to tempt the Giallorossi into doing business. Competition for the former Internacional shot stopper comes from Liverpool.
A deal will need to be wrapped up quickly as Alisson has stated he wants his future sorted out before Brazil’s first World Cup match. They kick-off their Group E-campaign on Sunday against Switzerland at Rostov Arena.