Welcome to this morning's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Philippe Coutinho strongly linked to Barcelona again' and 'David De Gea still interesting Real Madrid?' plus more, so delve in below.
The Tottenham Hotspur star puts distance between himself and Barcelona.
West Ham United and Sunderland are both set to miss out to Norwich City in the race for Sean Raggett from Lincoln City.
Everton finally managed to complete a deal with Swansea City for Gylfi Sigurdsson earlier this week.
Sunderland have brought in seven players this summer between loan and permanent deals, but an eighth isn't close according to the manager.
West Ham United are making Robert Snodgrass available for transfer.
Former Arsenal, Portsmouth, Manchester United, Leeds United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Real Madrid players all feature.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly considering a move for Santiago Arias.
Neil Redfearn says the Leeds United man get reach double figures.
Alan Shearer says that Newcastle United should be looking at Premier League survival this season.
Juventus have withdrawn from the chase for Lazio's Keita Balde potentially making Tottenham favourites for his signature.
Paul Merson offered a withering response to Tottenham signing Davinson Sanchez.
Inter Milan seemingly want the Arsenal defender - should Arsene Wenger engineer a swap?
Should Everton make a move for Chelsea striker Diego Costa in the summer transfer window?
Nottingham Forest are hopeful of signing Leeds ace Liam Bridcutt.
Paul Merson is worried about how Everton fit all their new signings together.
Tottenham Hotspur are the latest club to be credited with interest in the Newcastle United goalkeeper.
Tottenham have made a move for Denis Suarez, which makes their decision not to push for Everton ace Sandro seem mind boggling.
Leeds United have yet to hand a league start to Mateusz Klich.
He might've spent the guts of £145 million, but Everton boss Ronald Koeman admits he will sign at least one more player - a striker.
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly bid for Denis Suarez.
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A student answers a few questions on how he crafted the "perfect resume."
Here's a quick look at some of the trading disasters which have occurred in recent years. Note that these are genuine foul-ups (or 'fat-fingered' trades), and not losses down to rogue traders.