The Business Standard looks at the hottest and the most reliable transfer rumours around the footballing world along with the biggest club confirmed transfers.
News coming out of Bayern suggest that the Bavarians could sign Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani as backup to Robert Lewandowski. The German champions believe that Cavani would be great competition for the polish hitman. (Le10Sport)
Move to be announced
Napoli's move for Lille striker Victor Osimhen is set to be announced in the coming days. The Striker will cost around €50m and will earn €4m a year on a four-year contract. (DiMarzio)
VfB Stuttgart have announced the permanent signing of loanee Gregor Kobel from Hoffenheim. The 22-year-old signs on a four-year contract following a successful loan spell at the Mercedes Benz Arena. (VfB Stuttgart)
VfB Stuttgart have announced the signing of Waldemar Anton on a four-year deal. The 24-year-old joins from fellow German outfit Hannover.
Silva's next move
Lazio have reportedly held talks with David Silva over a move to the Serie A. The Spaniard's contract at Manchester City recently ended and he's looking for a new club. Two clubs from Qatar has also reportedly approached him. (AS)
Ajax's Japanese star
Ajax are interested in Real Madrid starlet Takefusa Kubo. The Japanese is a La Masia graduate and has impressed at his loan with Mallorca. The 19-year-old signed a five year deal with Madrid from FC Tokyo. (Mundo Deportivo)
From Russia with love
AC Milan have reportedly approached Lokomotive Moscow over the services of Aleksei Miranchuk. The Rossoneri are willing to include Ricardo Rodriguez in the deal for the Russian who has only one year left in his contract. (Calciomercato)
Valencia to snap up Watford duo
Valencia are reportedly interested in signing Watford duo Kiko Femenia and Gerard Deulofeu. The Hornets are open to selling the duo and prefer a permanent move but Valencia are interested in loan moves. (AS)
Sheffield's new number one
Sheffield United have reportedly identified Dean Henderson's replacement as he goes back to Manchester United to fight with David De Gea for the starting spot. The Blades are looking at Bournemouth's Aaron Ramsdale who could cost around €15m. (The Sun)