Tottenham Hotspur are said to have made contact with Barcelona over signing Malcom this summer.
Liverpool will still be hoping to reach the Champions League final for the second season running.
Spurs have been linked with a £20million move for Rabiot.
Spurs are trying to sign Barcelona's out of favour attacker Malcom.
Spurs are said to be in talks with Barcelona over a loan-to-buy move for Malcom.
West Ham are reportedly looking to bring Barcelona's Munir to the London Stadium.
Rabiot has been linked heavily with both Barca and Spurs of late.
The Barcelona and Brazil midfielder was linked to Tottenham earlier this year but his ACL injury may end up depriving Spurs of up to three targets.
The Everton boss has made no secret of his desire to sign the player permanently from Barcelona.
Spurs are reportedly battling Barcelona for PSV star Lozano.
Premier League duo Spurs and Manchester United reportedly want Sporting Lisbon's Fernandes.
Where would Tottenham move for Tanguy Ndombele leave Arsenal?
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is believed to want his side to cash in on Vincent Janssen and Georges Kevin N’Koudou this summer.
Dean Smith's Aston Villa side are said to be keen to sign Nottingham Forest playmaker Joe Lolley this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is playing a patient game.
Celtic have been linked with Arsenal's Emile Smith Rowe.
Everton are said to have entered negotiations with Chelsea over Kurt Zouma.
The Real Betis ace is a reported transfer target for Liverpool.
The Hoops appear to have finally secured the talented 19-year-old midfielder's signature with a Celtic Park announcement seemingly imminent.
Leeds talent confirmed he is set to leave the club.
Pepe Guardiola won 14 trophies in 4 years at Barcalona, which isn’t bad going, but let's see what kind of business he did towards the end of his time at the Camp Nou.
Sergio Busquets probably felt like hiding behind his hands. “The ghosts appeared,” he said. It was a cold, dark night and everywhere he looked they were there. If he looked left, especially.
The day after the summer transfer market closed Barcelona’s sporting director, Albert Soler, and their director of football, Robert Fernández, ran through a PowerPoint presentation, specially prepared for the occasion.