The coronavirus pandemic has made the summer transfer window uncertain, but here are the rumours floating around Europe's big leagues and beyond.
TOP STORY: Saint-Maximin a man in demand
The 23-year-old has scored four goals and added seven assists in all competitions in his first season at England after signing from Saint-Etienne, including a hat trick of assists in last week's 4-1 win over Bournemouth.
Such form has seen a number of clubs consider a bid for his services. Paris Saint-Germain are also reportedly interested in the Frenchman.
Saint-Maximin has five years left on his contract, and Newcastle are reportedly unwilling to listen to offers below £30 million.
Representatives of all clubs interested are said to have made contact with Saint-Maximin, though none have made an official approach yet.
09.40 BST: RB Leipzig are confident they can sign centre-back Dayot Upamecano to a new contract and avoid losing the Arsenal target on a free transfer in 2021, CEO Oliver Mintzlaff has said.
Upamecano, 21, can leave Leipzig for a set fee of €60m this summer. However, the pandemic's financial impact on football makes it less likely a club will commit to such a fee for the defender.
This could mean that the French youngster could leave Leipzig on a free transfer next summer, but the German club are confident to avoid such a scenario.
"I'd like to think that he will play for us next season," Leipzig CEO Oliver Mintzlaff told kicker. "We are in good talks to find a solution to prevent a free transfer next summer. It already worked with Timo Werner and I'd like to think we get our homework done with Dayot as well."
09.00 BST: Napoli are closing in on the signing of highly-rated Nigeria international forward Victor Osimhen from Lille.
Osimhen is Napoli's top target this summer and the Serie A club are looking to complete his transfer in the coming weeks. The 21-year-old, tied to Lille until June 2024, has attracted the attention of top European clubs after scoring 18 goals in 38 appearances in all competitions.
Napoli sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli told Sky Italia: "Will it be completed by next week? We are very interested in the player. We shall see."
PAPER TALK (by Nick Judd): Inter hoping for Martinez to stay as deadline looms
The Argentine striker has been linked with a move to Camp Nou for most of 2020, and he has a release clause in his contract of £97m that can be activated only by non-Italian clubs by Tuesday.
And with just two days remaining of his current contract, Inter are hoping the deadline will pass, enabling them to offer the forward a new and improved deal.
It is rumoured that Inter will attempt to double Martinez's salary from £2.5m a year to £5m.
Barcelona are keen to partner Martinez with Lionel Messi as they look for a long-term replacement for Luis Suarez. However, given the current financial uncertainty amid the pandemic, they've been struggling to find a way to finance a tangible bid for the 22-year-old, and Inter have been unwilling to budge on the price.
Juve consider Jorginho move
Jorginho has fallen down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge and hasn't featured in any of the Blues' past five games, of which Frank Lampard's side have won four and lost only once.
Juve boss Maurizio Sarri is known to be a huge fan of the Brazilian, having coached him at Stamford Bridge as well as previously at Napoli. It is believed Chelsea would want €50m, though that figure is considered too high by the Italian league leaders.
Jorginho wants to play more first-team football and he likely would be given that opportunity under his old boss.
- Marca says European clubs have been put on red alert after Mario Mandzukic rescinded his contract at Al-Duhail to become a free agent. The striker has called time on his move to Qatar after just six months. The 34-year-old joined the club from Juventus in January and scored one goal in seven games, but he has terminated his contract by mutual consent. Manchester United were linked with Mandzukic before signing Odion Ighalo.
- Barcelona are keen to sell Ivan Rakitic before he's able to leave on a free transfer next year, and the Catalan club are even open to reducing his fee to force through his exit this summer. Sport reports that Rakitic is in no rush to leave and instead is happy to see out his contract, which is why Barca are hoping a drop in price will help facilitate his departure. Sevilla are currently the front-runners to sign the Croatian.