Big-spending Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala are prepared to offer Arsenal's 28-year-old striker Robin van Persie £300,000 a week to play for them.
Chelsea moved into pole position to beat Manchester City and United to the signing of Lille's 21-year-old playmaker Eden Hazard - even before their Champions League victory.
Real Madrid are preparing a £50m bid for Manchester City's Premier League title hero Sergio Aguero, 23.
Jose Mourinho wants to raid his former club to bring Chelsea's Ramires, 25, to his Real Madrid team.
Sir Alex Ferguson has sealed a £4m deal for Crewe's England Under-18 international Nick Powell as he turns to young talent to secure Manchester United's future.
Marouane Chamakh, 28, and Nicklas Bendtner, 24, are two of 10 players who might leave Arsenal this summer as Arsene Wenger revamps his squad.
Manchester United have had a £9.7m bid rejected by Udinese for Ghana international midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah, 23.
Real Madrid are interested in summer deals for midfielders Luka Modric, 26, and Ramires, 25, from Tottenham and Chelsea respectively.
Liverpool face the prospect of losing Luis Suarez and Martin Skrtel as the club's American owners cut costs.
Andre Villas-Boas will be offered the job of succeeding sacked Kenny Dalglish as Liverpool cut short their interview process.
Chelsea could be ready to make a shock move to tempt Harry Redknapp to take over at Stamford Bridge.
Former England manager Fabio Capello has ruled himself out of the top job at Chelsea.
Wayne Rooney carried an injury during the closing weeks of the season and the England management believe he would benefit from two weeks' rest.
Steve Kean is to be removed from the position as Blackburn manager but will stay at the club in a different role and keep his current salary.
Aston Villa managerial target Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tells his current club Molde that he wants to join the Premier League side.
West Brom are set to make a move for Birmingham boss Chris Hughton this week as he is their number one target to replace former manager Roy Hodgson.
Manchester City Council has decided to paint a path - named Blue Moon Way - blue to celebrate Manchester City's first league title in 44 years.