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 boss Arsene Wenger is reportedly ready to match the offer made by Tottenham and bring former skipper Patrick Vieira back to London after a four-year absence. Meanwhile, Arsenal continue to be linked with a move for Fulham defender Brede Hangeland, as a replacement for Kolo Toure, but Cottagers boss Roy Hodgson has revealed he has received no contact from the Gunners.
With Darren Bent set to join Sunderland, Aston Villa could switch their attentions to his Spurs team-mate Robbie Keane who has dropped down the pecking order following the arrival of Peter Crouch. Villa boss Martin O'Neil is also keen to sign West Ham defender Matthew Upson and is said to be keeping tabs on Real Madrid pair Royston Drenthe and Klass-Jan Huntelaar.
Birmingham finally scored a goal in pre-season last night, at the fourth time of asking. The Blues had lost their previous three matches without troubling the scorers but Marcus Bent's 77th minute winner against Dagenham and Redbridge put and end to their goal drought.
It is understood that Blackburn have decided against signing Celta Vigo striker Kamil Ghilas after the Algerian striker had a trial at Ewood Park. The Lancashire club are still after the services of Zenit St Peterburg's Pavel Pogrebnyak and are waiting on a response from Chelsea regarding the season-long loan of Franco Di Santo.
Gary Megson has ruled out a move for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Miguel Veloso and wants to bring in two more players. The Bolton boss is close to signing South Korean winger Lee Chung-Yong, but admitted the club cannot afford the talented Veloso. He added that he needs to add another midfielder and a striker to the squad.
Owen Coyle is having to wait for his chance to sign young winger Fernando Guerrero. The 19-year-old from Ecuador impressed on the Clarets' US tour, but transfer talks have been delayed because the president of his current club, Independiente del Valle, is on holiday.
Chelsea target David Villa has confirmed he will be staying at Valencia, despite strong interest from the West Londoners. Young striker Franco Di Santo is deciding whether to spend next season with Blackburn on a season-long long.
Everton have rejected a renewed approach by Manchester City for defender Joleon Lescott. The Eastlands club are said to have bid £19m, which still comes below Everton's valuation of their player.
Roy Hodgson claims that Fulham are yet to receive an offer for Brede Hangeland despite constant speculation linking Arsenal with the defender. The Norwegian could even have a new centre-back partner this season as Fulham are prepared to pay £2m for Middlesbrough's Robert Huth after missing out on Hull's Michael Turner. Huth would join Kagisho Dikgacoi at the club after the South African midfielder passed a medical last night.
Hull boss Phil Brown has said it will take a ridiculous bid to prise defender Michael Turner away from the club. Brown has also altered his tactics on the striker front by denying interest in Tottenham's Darren Bent. Perhaps he hopes the deal will happen by itself this time after having already failed to sign five strikers this summer.
Liverpool defender Alvaro Arbeloa has passed a medical and is set to sign for Real Madrid today. The two clubs agreed a £3.5m fee for the Spaniard yesterday and he flew out to Madrid to discuss terms. Meanwhile, reports have suggested that Xabi Alonso has handed in a transfer requested in an attempt to make Liverpool sell him to the Spanish giants too.
Manchester City's latest bid, said to be around £19m, for Joleon Lescott has been rejected by Everton. Meanwhile, midfielder Elano has departed for Galatasaray and striker Valeri Bojinov is in talks with Parma over a season-long loan move.
Brazilian midfielder Anderson broke his goal duck for Manchester United with a spectacular strike against Boca Juniors yesterday. The champions played the legendary Argentinians in the Audi Cup and Anderson bagged his first goal in two years at the club, curling a freekick into the far top corner. United won 2-1 with Antonio Valencia scoring a debut goal.
Portsmouth continue their interest in Reading winger Stephen Hunt and could approach the Royals with a swap deal that involves Pompey forward David Nugent. Meanwhile, Amr Zaki's club El Zamalek have not yet received an approach from Portsmouth for their man despite press rumours that Pompy are keen to bring in the former-Wigan man.
Tony Pulis is confident Stoke can wrap up a deal to bring Dean Ashton to the club. Reports suggest Stoke have agreed a deal with West Ham for the injury prone striker that could rise to £10.5m. The Stoke boss was keen to reassure fans that the injury suffered by Hammers winger Luis Boa Morte would not scupper the deal.
Sunderland's capture of Darren Bent has hit a small snag because Tottenham are thought to be stalling in the hope that other clubs will make an offer to sign the striker. Aston Villa and Hull were both rumoured to have shown some interest in Bent but no bid has been forthcoming, which means that Steve Bruce is still confident of completing his purchase in the coming days.
Harry Redknapp's hopes of signing former Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira could be scuppered by none other than North London rivals, Arsenal. The Tottenham boss was keen to bring the Frenchman back to England, but he could now return to the Gunners. Aston Villa are circling around the well stocked Spurs striker pool and are reportedly interested in Robbie Keane and Darren Bent.
Italian wonderkid Mario Balotelli could be heading to the Premier League if he accepts Gianfranco Zola's challenge to play for West Ham. Zola describes the striker as a "natural talent" and said that "there is no place for him at Inter." The Hammers boss says he's done all he can to snare Balotelli and thinks it would be in the 18-year-old's best interest to join the club.
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has sated how delighted he is over his players reaction to his new training regime and backroom staff since taking over from Steve Bruce. Martinez has been locked in a battle to hold onto Lee Cattermole in recent days but seems confident his squad is ready for the new season.
Jerome Thomas will get another chance to impress Wolves boss Mick McCarthy despite missing a glaring goal scoring opportunity in a friendly against MK Dons. The former Arsenal and Portsmouth winger then limped off injured with only 30 minutes on the clock, but McCarthy insists Thomas still has a chance to get a deal with the newly promoted club.