The Sun says Manchester United are closing in on a deal to sign Barcelona winger Pedro Rodriguez.
United have been heavily linked with the Spaniard over the last few weeks and will soon have money to spend, with Angel di Maria's move to Paris Saint-Germain almost complete.
The arrivals of Neymar and Luis Suarez have meant Pedro has fallen down the Blaugrana pecking order in recent years and he once again looks set for a bench role this season.
Barca boss Luis Enrique has already said he wants to keep the player, but with the Daily Telegraph also reporting he has been offered a regular starting spot by Louis van Gaal, the 28-year-old could be tempted to move.
Moving on and the Daily Mirror says Wolfsburg are ready to sell Kevin De Bruyne, but only for £50m.
The Belgian has been excellent since joining the Bundesliga outfit from Chelsea in January 2014, prompting Manchester City to track him for most of the summer.
Wolfsburg previously said they expected to keep the 24-year-old for at least another year. However, with him unlikely to sign a contract extension, they have told his potential suitors that he is available, but only for a hefty price.
To another of the top four contenders and Liverpool are set to move for Lyon star Alexandre Lacazette, according to L'Equipe.
The striker was the top scorer in Ligue 1 last season, leading to rumours he could join rivals PSG.
Les Gones' president Jean-Michel Aulas had previously said the player was not for sale but having reportedly fallen out with boss Hubert Fournier during the recent pre-season trip to North America, Lacazette could be on his way to Anfield.
The Daily Telegraph says that Everton will agree to sell John Stones if either Chelsea or Manchester United offer them more than £30m.
Stones has been mentioned as a target for both sides in recent weeks, with the Blues already having two bids turned down for the player.
However, it appears a deal could now be done if a bid of over £30m is made for the talented youngster.
Finally and Swansea captain Ashley Williams says he has no interest in leaving the club this summer.
The Wales international has been linked with a potential switch to Everton in recent weeks, where he would link up with former mentor Roberto Martinez.
Swans boss Garry Monk has already said his skipper would be staying at the Liberty Stadium and in quotes attributed to him by the BBC, the defender has insisted he is happy at his current club.