David Moyes seems quite excited by the prospect of a proper transfer budget, and is looking at everyone under the sun.
Manchester United are backing up their Premier League title with a confident attitude towards the transfer market, as they hope to tie up deals for Barcelona's Cesc Fabregas and Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski after the players hinted they would be willing to join the club (Daily Mail)
New boss Moyes is being incredibly active, lining up Luke Shaw as a potential replacement for Patrice Evra (Daily Star), and Thiago Alcantara of Barcelona, as a replacement for a nigh-on non-existent midfielder (Mirror)
Another newly appointed man wants to bring Schalke's Julien Draxler to Chelsea, but the German midfielder would set Jose Mourinho back around £38milliion (Kicker)
The newly-named 'Happy One' could also make a move for transfer request specialist Wayne Rooney after complementing the re-balding Manchester United striker (Daily Express)
With Celta Vigo striker Iago Aspas set to put pen to paper at Liverpool, Brendan Rodgers is also keen on adding Sevilla's Luis Alberto to his talent roster in the coming weeks (Daily Star)