The Torino attacker's former club Spurs are taking on another former club of his.
West Ham have been linked with a whole host of central midfielders this month, and Everton's Besic could be the answer.
Everton midfielder Muhamed Besic has failed to make an impact since returning from injury.
Newly-promoted sides Newcastle United and Brighton have both been linked with a move for Torino midfielder Afriyie Acquah.
Afriyie Acquah nearly joined Birmingham City in the summer but could now swap Serie A for The Seagulls instead.
Lukas Teodorczyk has long been linked with a move to the Premier League - Liverpool and West Ham are reportedly interested in the Anderlecht striker.
Newcastle United lost against Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League last weekend.
Torino could sell Afriyie Acquah this summer after landing Thomas Rincon from Juventus - and the midfielder has been linked with Newcastle United.
Former Inter Milan midfielder Joel Obi could be the latest new face at Norwich City.
West Ham United's interest in Manchester City outcast Joe Hart could have been given a boost by a shock exit from Paris St Germain.
After Manchester United’s pursuit of Antoine Griezmann ran into a brick wall, their search for a replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic took them to Real Madrid’s Álvaro Morata.
With joint-second placed teams Roma and Milan squaring off on Monday night, we thought we’d hold the main part of the Serie A blog for Tuesday morning. But there was some pretty significant action over the weekend, too, so here’s an extended edition of talking points to keep you going until then.
There were a few, subtle, lost-in-translation moments during Joe Hart’s introductory press conference for Torino this month. When the club president, Urbano Cairo, hailed his new signing’s physical presence, the interpreter swapped the word “tall” for “high”. Happily, nobody took this honest mistake for a comment on how the player might like to unwind.