Tottenham want Gabriel Jesus and Christian Eriksen – while Aston Villa have beaten Prem giants to Boubacar Kamara.
Spurs are ready to celebrate winning a Champions League spot AND boost hopes of keeping boss Antonio Conte by allowing him a six-player signing spree.
That includes Arsenal target Jesus, who admits his Manchester City future is uncertain.
And Christian Eriksen’s Brentford form has been so sensational that Tottenham are weighing up a return for the Denmark midfielder.
Juventus, meanwhile, reportedly still want Jorginho but ‘won’t spend big’ for the Chelsea anchorman.
Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano reckons the Italian giants are prioritising moves for PSG winger Angel Di Maria and Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
Everton will offer Burnley free agent James Tarkowski £90,000 a week.
But the twice-capped England centre-back is also high on Villa’s wishlist.
Villa boss Steven Gerrard has overcome interest from Manchester United, Newcastle and Atletico Madrid to recruit Marseille midfielder Kamara.
Finally, speculation over Sevilla defender Jules Kounde joining Chelsea or Arsenal has reignited again.