Once again in the summer transfer market, clubs around Europe are cranking up their efforts to find those perceived missing pieces of their footballing jigsaw puzzles. Join AS English for live transfer news throughout the day as we keep you up to date on all the movements happening in European leagues and beyond. Rumours, talks, expected deals, completed signings, contract extensions - it'll all be covered right here.
Transfer market live: Monday 31 July 2017
PSG are so confident of landing Neymar that they have already started planning a rather elaborate presentation...
Done deal! Nemanja Matic's transfer from Chelsea to Manchester United has been officially announced, the Serbian international reuniting with former boss José Mourinho for a fee of 45 million euros.
In case you missed it yesterday Jesús Navas is set for a return to his boyhood club Sevilla from Manchester City with the small print of that deal likely to be easy enough to hammer out. Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola has opened the door for three of his players to leave after his summer spending spree.
Video footage has emerged of Neymar going into the Real Madrid dressing room shortly after El Clasico and emerging with two shirts
Lautaro Martinez, the youngster playing for Racing Club in Argentina, is reportedly being assessed by Atlético Madrid and Monaco.
Neymar has been the recent headline story in Spain but Barcelona are preparing to move on as they eye various replacements for the squad
Reports coming out of Turkey suggest that Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has agreed to sign for Galatasaray. This after Mourinho said it would be easier to sign himself as manager.
José Mourinho is showing once again that he wants to buy players that have proved themselves at the top level and are seen as the 'finished article' which contrasts with some other top managers around Europe who prefer to mould young potential.
It's the last day of July, pre-season preparations are well and truly underway, and managers are pinpointing the areas that need strengthened in their line-ups ahead of their 2017/18 campaigns
Good morning and here we go again...