Every day Fantasy League will scour the newspapers and weblogs to bring you the latest transfer rumours from the Premier League. Who's in, who's out and how will it affect your Fantasy League selection? Find out here. Plus, for more news from your favourite team check out the individual club pages.
Arsenal continue to invest in their future by tying Aaron Ramsay and Jack Wilshere to long-term contracts. Elsewhere Arsene Wenger now expects Emmanuel Adebayor to stay with the club, despite recent rumours of a move to AC Milan, while talks of Barcelona's interest in Francesc Fabregas have still not cooled with President Joan Laporta reiterating his desire to sign the Spaniard.
Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neil has dismissed claims the club is set to make a bid for Wigan centre-back Titus Bramble. However Villa are reportedly watching the Sol Campbell situation very closely with the Portsmouth man refusing to extend his contract with the south-coast club. David Wheater looks likely to stay with Middlesbrough after rumours of Villa interest last week.
Birmingham youngster Robin Shroot has joined Burton Albion on a season-long loan and will join former Blues player Paul Peschisolido at the Pirelli Stadium. A deal for Lee Bowyer should be completed shortly however the transfer of Patrick Vieira is less likely despite a third contact offer from Birmingham.
Blackburn are still chasing the signing of unsettled Paris St Germain midfielder Jerome Rothen. Depite Rothen's status as a fringe player at the French giants, PSG are not prepared to allow their man to leave on a free transfer, so Sam Allardyce will have to dig into his transfer kitty if he wants to make the deal stick.
Bolton are closing in on a deal for West Brom left-back Paul Robinson after making a final offer of £750,000. Their initial bid was turned down, but they could now be given the opportunity to talk to the player because he wants a return to the Premier League. Meanwhile midfield target Ferrie Bodde has said he may have something to say about his future later today.
Burnley have joined Nottingham Forest and Wolves in the race to sign Doncaster defender Matt Mills. The former Manchester City man impressed in Doncaster's season in the Championship last year. Owen Coyle's approach for James McCarthy has been rejected with The Clarets told to up their offer if they plan on purchasing the youngster.
Manchester City have made a large bid for Chelsea captain John Terry. Not surprisingly, Chelsea have rejected the advances for their club captain, but the bid is a declaration of intent that could spark a summer-long saga. Meanwhile, Chelsea refuse to give up on their own chase for AC Milan striker Alexandre Pato, despite having several bids refused already.
Everton have had the signing of Leeds youngster Luke Garbutt announced by the player himself - on Facebook! Garbutt, whose transfer has not been officially confirmed, is seen as one of the most promising young
defenders of his generation and has already been the target of several attempts to poach him from the West Yorkshire sleeping-giant.
Fulham are set to join AC Milan in the battle for Portsmouth striker Peter Crouch. The Italian giants have turned their attention to the giant England front-man after missing out on Emmanuel Adebayor and Edin Dzeko, reportedly offering £12m. The Cottagers have been linked with a £10m bid of their own and have had a £2m move for West Brom captain Jonathan Greening rejected.
Dietmar Hamann could be on his way to Hull after he was released by Manchester City. The veteran midfielder is available on a free transfer and any deal would mirror the one that took George Boateng to the KC Stadium last year. The Tigers are still in the hunt for a new striker and have now turned their attention to £1.5m rated Aston Villa flop Marlon Harewood, after missing out on Manchester United bound Michael Owen.
Liverpool appear to have lost out in their attempt to sign young Italian midfielder Gaetano D'Agostino, as the Udinese player is likely to sign for Juventus.
Manchester City are expected to complete the signing of Carlos Tevez over the weekend. Fellow striker Benjani, who would find playing time limited at Eastlands next season, could leave over the summer, with Stoke said to be interested in his services.
Manchester United are set to complete the extraordinary signing of one-time England star Michael Owen on a free transfer. Intense speculation suggests the former Liverpool and Madrid striker is undergoing a comprehensive medical because of the injury problems that plagued his time at Newcastle. Having missed out on his prime transfer targets it seems Sir Alex Ferguson is willing to take a gamble on a player that he has long admired.
The interest in Portsmouth striker Peter Crouch continues as AC Milan have been added to the list of potential suitors. The Rossoneri have launched a £10m transfer bid and join battle with clubs such as Fulham and Sunderland for the England international's signature.
Manchester City striker Benjani could be on his way to Stoke for £5m. The hardworking front man, who achieved cult status during his time at Portsmouth and scored 51 Fantasy League points in 2007/08, has fallen down the pecking order at Eastlands following the arrival of Roque Santa Cruz.
Sunderland manager Steve Bruce is chasing Reading's Stephen Hunt, who has been the subject of several transfer rumours this summer. The Black Cats are also casting the net further afield and are said to be looking into the prospects of bringing Chilean forward Humberto Suazo to the Stadium of Light from Mexican club Monterrey.
Brazilian winger Michel Bastos could be the answer to Tottenham's long search for a left-sided midfielder. There has been plenty of internet buzz linking the speedy, set-piece specialist to White Hart Lane over the past year and his name is now being mentioned in the papers too. However, Lille has slapped a £12m price tag on their price asset, who is also attracting interest from Aston Villa.
Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn has dismissed speculation linking Anton Ferdinand with a move to West Ham. Gianfranco Zola is reportedly a big fan of the former Hammer and wanted to take him back to Upton Park, but Quinn says Ferdinand still has a part to play at the club and thinks he is a future international.
Wigan have been linked with another Honduran and another Palacios, Johnny Palacios, the younger brother of former Latics favourite Wilson. The 22-year-old right-back shone at the Beijing Olympics and could be another player to make the move to Wigan from Deportivo Olimpia. Meanwhile Lee Cattermole and Titus Bramble will not be sold despite interest from Sunderland and Aston Villa.
Wolves look to be close to securing a deal to sign Sunderland's versatile player Greg Halford for a fee of around £2m. Halford can actually play in defence, midfield and up front, so Mick McCarthy will see the addition of the utility player as a big boost to the squad. Meanwhile Nenad Milijas has been granted a work permit and has therefore completed his signing from Red Star Belgrade.