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 looked to have missed out on Brazilian midfielder Felipe Melo as he was widely expected to reject a more to The Gunners and join Juventus. However, the Fiorentina man's hesitancy to sign for Juve has given Arsene Wenger renewed hope that he can still get his man. Newcastle defender Sebastien Bassong claims Arsenal want to sign him too but the uncertainty around his club's future, following their recent relegation, could scupper the move.
Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neil is willing to play a waiting game after Middlesbrough slapped a £20m price tag on transfer targets Tuncay and Stewart Downing. Meanwhile Gabriel Agbonlahor, Craig Gardner and James Milner will not link up with the squad when then return for pre-season training as they have been given an extra few day rest following their exploits in Sweden with England Under 21s.
Birmingham yesterday completed the signing of Lee Bowyer after the midfielder was loaned to the Blues from West ham last season. Alex McLeish has however ruled out making a move for former Manchester United midfielder Quinton Fortune, and it's unlikely they will be making a move for Joey Barton either.
Blackburn are in the hunt for a striker to replace Roque Santa Cruz and have been linked with moves for Darren Bent and Kenwyne Jones. Tottenham misfit Bent seemed on the verge of sealing a transfer to Sunderland, but his head might be turned by a move to Ewood Park. Or Blackburn will sign Sunderland hit-man Jones once Bent seals a deal with the Black Cats.
Gary Megson has denied claims linking Bolton with moves for Jonathan Greening and Gelson Fernandes, but says he is looking to bring in six new players. Ferrie Bodde and Paul Robinson top the list and Megson says Bolton will move on to other targets if the final offers they've just made aren't accepted.
Sheffield Wednesday forward Marcus Tudgay is a step closer to a move to Burnley after rejecting a contact from the Owls. Burnley youngster Alex McDonald looks set to join Falkirk on a six-month loan after the clubs agreed a deal and Burnley have opened talks with Hamilton over defender Brian Easton.
Chelsea still believe that they can sell their Portuguese duo Deco and Ricardo Carvalho to Inter Milan, despite the Italian club baulking at the combined price tag of 17 million euros. They could use the money received to finance the arrival of Bruno Alves from FC Porto.
Everton are expected to announce the final details of Jo's season long loan deal from Manchester City. The Brazilian striker will return to Goodison Park after a successful loan spell last season.
Fulham have joined the chase for Swedish starlet Marcus Berg and will fight it out with Hamburg, Aston Villa and Tottenham for the European U21 Championships top scorer. The Cottagers lost their opening friendly last night, going down 2-1 to Australian outfit Gold Coast United, and have missed out on the chance of taking South African Kagisho Dikgacoi on trial because he couldn't get a visa.
Hull have missed out on one of their summer transfer targets after former West Brom striker Marc-Antoine Fortune signed for Celtic. They are in danger of missing out on a second too as Stoke are now favourites to sign Aston Villa striker Marlon Harewood. The Tigers remain in the race for Fraizer Campbell and Bobby Zamora though.
Concerned by reports linking Javier Mascherano and Xabi Alonso with moves to Barcelona and Real Madrid, Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez has begun to consider potential replacements. The Spanish press reports that Inter Milan midfielder Esteban Cambiasso is their primary target though Marseille midfielder Mathieu Valbuena is also on the radar according to speculation in France.
Following the arrival of Roque Santa Cruz, Manchester City boss Mark Hughes is looking to trim his strike force. Darius Vasell and Daniel Sturridge have already departed with Benjani and Jo set to follow. Jo spent last season on loan at Everton and is expected to return to Goodison Park for another season while Benjani has been linked with a return to Portsmouth.
The champions have been linked with a big-money move for Inter Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Stories suggest Sir Alex Ferguson has sent several scouts to watch the Swedish international and thinks his presence would bring the best out of Wayne Rooney. Sources suggest a transfer figure of around £30m, but doubts remain over Ibrahimovic's big game mentality after failing to impress against United in last season's Champions League.
Speculation continues to link Italian manager Roberto Mancini with the vacant Portsmouth post with the respected Italian newspaper Gazetto dello Sport reported he held talks with the club on Tuesday. However there are still concerns over the proposed big money takeover off the club.
Stoke are leading the race to sign Aston Villa striker Marlon Harewood. The powerful forward has rarely featured since moving to Villa Park and the Potters are willing to offer him a way out after speculation linking them with Dean Ashton died down. The former West Ham man could move for £1.5m, although Hull were reportedly interested as well earlier in the summer.
Sunderland striker Kenwyne Jones is attracting interest now that the the arrival of Darren Bent seems likely. Jones will favour a move away from the Stadium of Light if he suspects his playing time will be limited and Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce is said to be a fan of the Trinidad and Tobago star.
The £8m Tottenham received for hardworking midfielder Didier Zokora from Sevilla could spark a rush of transfer activity at White Hart Lane. Spurs have already been linked with talented Sheffield United full-backs Kyle Naughton and Kyle Walker and will have even more cash in the bank if Darren Bent completes an £11m move to either Sunderland or Blackburn. However Tottenham won't be getting Joe Cole as he is about to sign a new contract at Chelsea.
West Ham technical director Gianluca Nani is flying out to Italy in a last ditch attempt to sign Inter Milan winger Mancini. Roma, Fiorentina and Lyon are also interested in the Brazilian, but West Ham hope the growing reputation of manager Gianfranco Zola will help swing the deal. However it looks like Kelvin Davis won't be joining the club after opting for first team football at Southampton.
Wigan boss Robert Martinez has returned to his former club Swansea and made a bid for another one of his old players. The Latics have confirmed that they have made a bid for Jason Scotland but the striker has admitted that he will only leave the Swans if the price is right. Highly rated Crystal Palace youngster Victor Moses is also being linked with a move to the JJB Stadium.
England under-21 defender Michael Mancienne could be set to join Wolves for a season-long loan following a successful spell at Molyneux last season, new Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti is expected to approve the move as he has decided Chelsea have adequate cover at centre-back. Monaco midfielder Jerko Leko will not be joining Wolves after asking for too much money.