With the Championship season entering the second week, which Wolves' players could lit up Molineux this season?
The Blues have brought three players to the club this summer.
Leeds United have signed a new defender this week.
Newcastle United look to kick off their season by beating Huddersfield Town at St James' Park on Saturday.
Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton brought Matt Crooks to Ibrox, and the defender is back in training.
The former West Ham star believes the £20m man is good business.
Paul Mitchell was reportedly watching the Uefa Super Cup between Real Madrid and Sevilla on Tuesday when news broke of his resignation.
The winger has scored two goals in his first two games since signing for the Bhoys at the weekend.
The French midfielder is determined to leave Newcastle United this summer.
Everton should move for Arsenal forward Joel Campbell.
West Bromwich Albion missed out on the Frenchman, so have now switch their attention to Hull City midfielder Jake Livermore.
The Tottenham Hotspur teenager is closing in on a return.
Sam Byram impressed for West Ham United against Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon.
The young centre-back is yet to feature on a regular basis for Manchester City and Celtic could take advantage.
Middlesbrough forward Jordan Rhodes needs to kick start his career and where better than an Aston Villa side in need of a poacher?
Liverpool hesitated over signing Virgil Van Dijk from Celtic, which enabled Southampton to do a deal for the centre-back.
Could Chelsea make moves for Tottenham Hotspur duo Dele Alli and Harry Kane in the January transfer window?
Leeds United won against Derby County in the Championship on Friday evening.
Aston Villa have reportedly made a move to sign Barnsley star Conor Hourihane.
Could West Ham United lose Dimitri Payet in the January transfer window?
Boro get their Premier League campaign underway against Mark Hughes' Stoke this weekend.
Newcastle United have reportedly placed a big offer on the table for Lorenzo Insigne.
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