Planet Sport takes a look at Tuesday's social media transfer talk, including Lionel Messi's future, Renato Sanches getting interest from Liverpool and Tottenham, and Denzel Dumfries linked with Everton.
Did we really believe that Lionel Messi was going anywhere this summer?
But it seems like that is all over now, with the Argentine looking to sign a two-year contract extension at Blaugrana.
He has supposedly known for a long time that he wanted to stay, but who knows if he is just saying that to keep everyone happy.
Problem is Roma want to do a similar deal that Chelsea did with AC Milan last season for Fikayo Tomori - a loan with an option to buy.
However, Chelsea don't want to sell Zouma for less than £30million and absolutely don't want to loan him out. Thomas Tuchel still has a place in his side for him.
Oh poor old Renato Sanches. How hard it must be to have three major clubs vying for his services.
The young Portuguese midfielder shone during Euro 2020, and his price tag is rising quickly as a result.
And if they're not careful, a Premier League rival or old Spanish foe will snap him up. Tottenham Hotspur and Barcelona are both very interested too.
If a Renato Sanches deal drags on and Liverpool miss out, their fall back option is Leicester's Youri Tielemans.
The Belgian has been on many teams' radar as he continues to go from strength to strength every season.
However, a hefty £64million price-tag might be enough to keep him on Leicester's books for another season.
Another star at the Euros this summer. Denzel Dumfries was a bright spark in a Netherlands team that did exactly what Dutch teams do at international tournaments - look like they might win it, but don't.
When they were bounced out by Czech Republic in the Round of 16, he was one of a few players who looked like they could cut the mustard in the Premier League.
As such, Everton are now Keane to sign the Dutchman (you see what I did there).
Inter Milan are also interested, as they are still in need of a right-back replacement for Achraf Hakimi, though it seems Everton have a tighter grip on the man from Rotterdam.
The Citizens have been interested in the French forward for a long time, so it's not a surprise to say they want in on the race for Antoine's signature this summer.