The transfer market continues to heat up, including Kylian Mbappe's potential move to Madrid, twists and turns in the Saul Niguez saga, Everton's defensive rebuild and Arsenal's latest move for James Maddison.
However, with Mbappe returning home to four league titles, multiple domestic honours and a World Cup medal, it's fair to say he's still a fairly valuable asset.
Mbappe has flirted with the idea of playing for Madrid plenty of times, and he fits the mould of a typical galactico signing. The only issue is whether Real are ready to splash the cash.
Either way, we look set for a bidding war between two European giants willing to put their heart-and-Saul into securing his signature this summer!
With Benitez likely to opt for a three-at-the-back formation at Everton, the addition of Lenglet to the squad could add some much-needed defensive depth.
With Denzel Dumfries also likely to come through the doors of Goodison Park this summer, it looks like Everton could be in for a defensive rebuild under Benitez.
Arsenal are reportedly taking an 'All or Nothing' approach to making James Maddison a Gunner this summer.
With Arsenal likely to offload Granit Xhaka, Hector Bellerin and possibly even Alexandre Lacazette this window, their sales could fund a hefty move for Leicester City midfielder Maddison, who fell slightly out of favour with Brendan Rodgers towards the end of the last campaign.
The rumours have reignited the good old 'top six' debate, with Gary Lineker, perhaps biasedly - perhaps correctly, claiming the move would be a backwards step in Maddison's career.
Following the dismissal of Jose Mourinho last season, Tottenham's pursuit of a manager didn't exactly go to plan.
After holding talks with Antonio Conte, Julian Nagelsmann and Paulo Fonseca, all discussions between the parties seemed to collapse, and Spurs eventually ended up with former Wolves boss, Nuno Espirito Santo.
Now, it seems as though it's not just managers that don't seem too keen on a move to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with Jules Kounde personally rejecting the offer.
You can't blame him, it's a good number.
Never gonna happen...
Is this on top of the £170million for Erling Haaland?