LIVE: Premier League transfer latest (23 July 2018)
Chelsea happy to sell Willian but only for £70m
Chelsea will allow Willian to depart but only for £70 million.
The Brazilian is interesting Barcelona who have had offers rejected for the player.
The Evening Standard report an offer of £70 million will be accepted.
Inter Milan want Chelsea midfielder
Inter Milan want to bring Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko to the San Siro.
Gazzetta dello Sport report the Italian giants are very keen on the Frenchman.
Bakayoko has struggled since moving to Stamford Bridge from Monaco.
West Ham wanting £10m for young talent
West Ham want £10 million if they are to sell Reece Oxford.
The promising youngster has spent time on loan with Borussia Moenchengladbach in Germany.
Fulham eye La Liga star if Mitrovic deal doesn't go through
Fulham are expected to make the loan signing of Aleksandar Mitrovic permanent from Newcastle Uited.
The Serbian spent the second half of last season on loan at Craven Cottage.
A deal of £20 million will likely conckude the transfer when he returens from his holiday.
But The Sun say that Fulham have lined up Real Sociedad's Willian Jose as an alternative.
World Cup star wanted by PL clubs
Ismaila Sarr is in-demand this summer.
The Rennes winger is wanted by Barcelona, Juventus as well as Manchester United and Manchester City.
Having starred at the World Cup with Senegal, it is expected Sarr will make a big money move.
England goalkeeper wanted by Chelsea
Jack Butland and Jordan Pickford are wanted by Chelsea.
The Blues could move for either goalkeeper if Thibuat Courtois completes a deal with Real Madrid.
No West Ham bid for Brazilian midfielder
West Ham have not made an offer for Lillie's Thiago Mendes.
The midfielder has attracted interest from around Europe after impressing in Ligue 1.
West Ham are one of those teams but according to L'Equipe an offer has not been made.
Newcastle want Swiss centre-back
Newcastle hope to sign Switzerland centre-back Fabian Schar.
The 26-year-old is available for £3 million after his side Deportivo La Coruna were relegated from La Liga.
Everton confirm interest in Barca defender
Everton boss Marco Silva told Portuguese TV that the club have an interest in Barcelona left-back Lucas Digne.
The Toffees are in the market for a left-back having been linked with Celtic's Kieran Tierney.
Braziliam forward Richarlison is having a medical at the club, while Goal.com have reported that Yerry Mina is close to signing from Barcelona.
Liverpool won't return for World Cup winner
Reports in France say Liverpool have stopped in their pursuit of Nabil Fekir.
The French World Cup winner was a key target early in the transfer window but with new signings, including Xherdan Shaqiri, it has been suggested Jurgen Klopp's transfer business is finished.
Six Spurs player to be moved on
Spurs are set to move on six players, including Toby Alderweireld, Mousa Dembele and Danny Rose according to the London Standard.
The experienced trio will be sold at the right price.
Strikers Vincent Janssen and Fernando Llorente as well as Marcus Edwards and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou are surplus to requirements.
Wolves agree fee for Portuguese international
Wolves have agreed a £5 million fee with Monaco for the transfer of Joao Moutinho report Sky Sports.
The Portuguese international is set to sign a two-year deal in what will be a coup for the Premier League newboys.
Moutinho has won the European Championship, making more than 600 club appearances.
Anthony Martial to be allowed to leave Man Utd
Manchester United will allow Anthony Martial to leave report the Daily Mail.
The Frenchman will be able to depart as long as the price and the club are right.
Tottenham, Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain have all been credited with an interest in the player who has failed to impress in pre-season.
Liverpool rejected chance to sign Alisson for £4m
Liverpool could have paid as little as £4 million for goalkeeper Alisson Becker three years ago.
The club smashed the transfer record for a goalkeeper when they signed the Brazilian last week for £67 million.
The Mirror reported the player was offered to the club when he was at Internacional in his native Brazil.
- Manchester United have made Harry Maguire a priority (The Guardian)
- Manchester United want to sign one of Harry Maguire, Toby Alderweireld and Leonardo Bonucci (Daily Mail)
- Chelsea won't be bullied into selling Eden Hazard (Mirror)
- Wolves aim to complete double signing of Adama Traore and Joao Moutinho (Express & Star)
- Newcastle have rejected a loan bid for Dwight Gayle from West Brom (Chronicle)
- Napoli want Man Utd full-back Matteo Darmian (Radio Kiss Kiss)
- Richarlison to have Everton medical on Monday (Daily Mail)
- Chelsea considering £65m Barcelona bid for Willian (Daily Mail)
- Fulham have enquired about Andre Schurrle from Dortmund (Daily Mail)
The big domestic deal over the past three days was Danny Ward's £12.5m move from Liverpool to Leicester City.
Brighton and Huddersfield also made moves. The Seagulls bought Percy Tau from Mamelodi Sundowns for £3m but will loan the player out, while the Terriers parted with £8m for Monaco forward Adama Diakhaby.
Premier League clubs were busy sending players out on loan with Jack Colback moving to Nottingham Forest from Newcastle, Southampton's Sofiane Boufal to Celta Vigo and Ryan Kent joining Rangers from Liverpool.
Chelsea sold Jeremie Boga to Sassuolo.
Around Europe, Vinícius Júnior completed his £40m move to Real Madrid from Flamengo, while Marseille signed Duje Caleta-Car from Red Bull Salzburg.
Good morning. It is time to start again with all the latest transfer news from the Premier League.
We'll start by looking back at the deals which were completed over the weekend.