The domestic transfer window is open, but those who expect to arrive from the mainland will have to wait a few more weeks.
There is likely to be plenty of money and some big names may be on the way to the Premier League, where a number of clubs are looking to improve their positions before 2019-20.
And many are looking abroad for new talents.
With rumors continuing to float, here are some of the last on the sides of the Premier League.
Arsenal ready to make a play for the Roma star
Arsenal are ready to give Chelsea a significant blow by activating the clause to release defender Roma's Kostas Manolas, Il Messaggero reports, with the Blues being barred by a transfer ban.
A transfer to the 27-year-old striker would cost the Gunners a whopping £ 31.5 million but could be exactly what they are looking for to strengthen what has been a defensive line leaked in recent seasons.
Juventus eye on Chelsea
Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri is being considered by Juventus and reports say that discussions between the two sides may have started – with fans really satisfied.
Despite having led Chelsea to finish in the top four and the final of the Europa League, the former Napoli coach is an unpopular figure at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea can also face a fight to maintain the services of side Marcos Alonso, since the Spanish team AS states that Atletico Madrid is eyeing the decision of the defender.
Given the prohibition of transfers of Chelsea imposed by Fifa, such action would leave a great emptiness in the team of Blues that they would fight to fill.
Spurs may seek to bring Bale
Tottenham Hotspur may have received an avenue to take Gareth Bale back to north London, according to reports quoted by Sport Witness, with Welsh looking about to leave Real Madrid.
Having been excluded from the squad in the last two LaLiga games, a return to the Premier League is being strongly suggested.
Tottenham are also looking to move to Celta Vigo star Okay Yokuslu from Turkish football despite facing rivals West Ham.