Sevilla winger Jesus Navas is expected to join Manchester City, Liverpool are eyeing Christian Benteke, while Rodrigo could join Tottenham.
Jose Mourinho last night broke his silence to confirm for the first time he is the new Chelsea boss.
Blackpool boss Paul Ince is determined to keep hold of the club's hottest property - his own son, Thomas.
David De Gea pledged his future to Manchester United - and begged Wayne Rooney to do the same.
Jesus Navas has edged closer to joining Manchester City, with his club Sevilla accepting he will move this summer.
Jose Mourinho is set to be confirmed as the new Chelsea boss today.
Manuel Pellegrini is set to begin talks with Manchester City today about taking over as their new boss.
Edwin van der Sar insists Wayne Rooney should stay at Manchester United.
Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas is eyeing a deal for Benfica's Spanish Under-21 striker Rodrigo.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is ready to take Real Betis goalkeeper Adrian San Miguel on a free transfer.
Newcastle are ready to let versatile James Perch go to make way for new foreign recruits.
Jose Mourinho has told Roman Abramovich the only needs one big signing to make Chelsea great again.
Jose Mourinho is expected to be confirmed as Chelsea's new manager within the next 24 hours.
Graham Arnold, who won the A-League in Australia with Central Coast Mariners, has claimed that he turned down an offer to manage Sheffield United, calling the League One club's approach "pre-historic".
Jose Mourinho was back in London last night, one step closer to a return to Chelsea.
Manuel Pellegrini will today start talks with Manchester City after bidding a sad farewell to Spanish football.
Liverpool will consider bidding for Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke should Luis Suarez force through his move to Real Madrid or Atletico Madrid.
Sevilla winger Jesus Navas has confirmed he wants to join Manchester City.
Jose Mourinho is expected to be confirmed as Chelsea's new manager by Wednesday.
Jose Mourinho has arrived in London at the start of a week that should see the Premier League's wealthiest clubs, Chelsea and Manchester City, appoint the managers they hope can wrest the title back from Manchester United next season