The transfer window may be shut in the Premier League but clubs on the continent still have until September 2 to get deals done.
The future of Neymar remains a huge talking point in Spain with both his former club Barcelona and rivals Real Madrid keen to bring him back to La Liga.
The Brazilian appears to want out at the Parc des Princes but Paris Saint-Germain are yet to accept a bid for the most expensive player in the world.
Barcelona would rather bring Neymar in on loan for the time being, with an option to sign him permanently at the end of the season due to financial restrictions.
Real Madrid on the other hand are looking to offload three first team players – James Rodriguez, Keylor Navas and perhaps even £62million summer signing Luka Jovic to make the transfer happen.
In Germany, Jadon Sancho has penned a new deal with Dortmund, ending speculation he would be off this summer, while Bayern Munich have strengthened with the loan signing of Barcelona misfit Philippe Coutinho.
In Italy, Inter Milan are still in hot pursuit of Alexis Sanchez, who is expected to join former Manchester United team-mate Romelu Lukaku by signing on loan for the season.
Paulo Dybala meanwhile looks set to remain at Juventus despite huge speculation of a move away.
And finally, Manchester United are looking to utilise the free transfer market by offering former Tottenham striker Fernando Llorente a two-year contract.
The forward was released by Spurs this summer and would provide cover up front for the Red Devils following the departure of Lukaku.
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