Tottenham's Georges-Kevin Nkoudou seems ready to fight for his future.
Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips could be playing in defence under Marcelo Bielsa.
Rafael Benitez continues to struggle for transfer funds at Newcastle United.
Rangers ace Daniel Candeias appears to be playing a new role at Ibrox.
Aston Villa midfielder Birkir Bjarnason is reportedly looking set to leave the Championship side this summer.
Spurs have yet to make any additions to their squad this summer.
Glasgow Rangers have been linked with a potential move for Dominic Solanke, but Steven Gerrard may be waiting to find out if he can bring him to Ibrox.
Newcastle are reportedly eyeing AS Roma striker Gregoire Defrel.
A number of West Ham fans are excited by the links with Uruguay international Diego Laxalt.
Some Rangers fans have reacted positively to the news that Harry Forrester has left Ibrox after his contract was mutually terminated.
Marco Silva is reportedly keen to offload Yannick Bolasie to make room for Everton's other new potential additions.
Luke Ayling started his pre-season off well for Leeds United.
Rangers have signed nine players this summer - but Scottish Premiership rivals Celtic want a single deal which would blow them out the water.
Tottenham and Everton were linked with Matias Vecino last month.
Leeds United and Derby County have both been linked with Florian Jozefzoon recently.
West Ham United boss Manuel Pellegrini was quick to snap up Jack Wilshere this summer.
Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend has been heavily linked with Newcastle United, with Rafael Benitez keen on bringing him to St. James' Park.
Celtic and Brendan Rodgers have made just two signings this summer.
One Rangers talent has made the step up... will another follow.
Tottenham Hotspur should gatecrash Arsenal's reported interest in the Bayern Munich winger.
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David Solomon will get a pay raise when he steps into the role of CEO at Goldman later this year.
Goldman Sachs is replacing Lloyd Blankfein as CEO, the company announced Tuesday, meaning the 63-year-old can finally take advantage of a favorite pastime: Twitter.