You know when Jose Mourinho rocks up somewhere, then new players are likely to follow, and the former Real Madrid man is already getting his plans together.
After a whole day as Chelsea manager, Mourinho is keen to get moving and shaking in the transfer market. The Special One would like to bring in Man City's Edin Dzeko, Benfica's Nemanja Matic and Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala (Daily Telegraph)
Brendan Rodgers won't rest until he's spent some money it would seem, with three-time Armenian player of the year Henrikh Mkhitaryan the latest to be linked, but the Shakthar Donetsk striker would set the Reds back £22million, which might be a touch steep for Liverpool (Guardian)
Arsenal are looking at Swansea's Spanish sensation Michu, who top scored for the Welsh side last season, including two goals in a win at the Emirates, as Arsene Wenger aims to add some more attacking threat to his squad (Daily Mail)
Another potential arrival in North London could be Celtic's Victor Wanyama, after Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey urged the club to sign the Kenyan (Daily Express)
In potentially worse news for the Scottish Premier League champions, Sunderland, Southampton and Norwich are all lining up £7million bids for Gary Hooper, who could be lured back to England (Daily Mail)