New Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho
Manchester United and Chelsea have both edged closer to sealing huge transfer deals which will fill major needs in their squads.
With the new Premier League season just three weeks away, here is a look at the latest developments regarding the deals.
Paul Pogba to Manchester Unite
France's Paul Pogba
Manchester United are edging closer to completing a world record deal for French midfielder Paul Pogba, reports Gianluca di Marzio.
The Italian journalist claims the Red Devils are hoping to seal the transfer within 48 hours, describing the next two days as 'critical' in negotiations.
It is claimed that a medical could take place in America, if all goes as planned, where Pogba is currently on holiday.
The fee is described as 110 million Euros (£92m) plus bonuses, while United will also pay agent Mino Raiola's share.
Kalidou Koulibaly to Chelsea
Juventus' Sami Khedira in action against Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly
Chelsea are closing in themselves on a deal to sign impressive Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly, The Sun report, citing Sky Italy.
The Blues have submitted an offer of £38 million for Koulibaly, 25, which they hope will be enough to convince Napoli to sell.
The deal will give new boss Antonio Conte a fresh face at centre-back, with Koulibaly a player he knows well from his extensive knowledge of Serie A.