The summer transfer window is alive and kicking as clubs throughout Europe look to cement their squads ahead of next season.
It's the future of Tottenham striker Harry Kane that will dominate much of the headlines until the close of the window at 11pm BST on August 31.
Manchester City are the favourites to land the England captain, and Sportsmail also understands they are confident of securing a £100million move for Jack Grealish.
Meanwhile, Manchester United are on the verge of announcing Jadon Sancho's move from Borussia Dortmund, while Arsenal have reportedly made progress in their attempts to sign Ben White after agreeing a £50m deal.
Sportsmail will keep you up-to-date with the latest negotiations, rumours and done deals below.
The 30-year-old returns to the Spanish outfit after a successful season-long loan last term, in which he made 26 appearances in all competitions. Lejeune joined Newcastle in an £8.7million deal from Eibar in 2017 but was hampered by two serious knee injuries during his time at the club. He made 46 appearances for the club in all competitions and is the Premier League side's fourth departure this summer, after Christian Atsu, Andy Carroll and Henri Saivet all left St James' Park.
Emile Smith Rowe has signed a new long-term Arsenal deal until 2026 - and been confirmed as their new No 10. Smith Rowe, a target for Aston Villa this summer, has committed his future to Arsenal and will also inherit the iconic shirt that has been vacant since Mesut Ozil's departure in January. Attacking midfielder Smith Rowe's previous deal was due to expire in 2023 and Villa were keen to tempt him away, making two bids of £25m and £30m.
Arsenal will only complete a deal for Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham 'if Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah leave the Emirates Stadium this summer'. The Gunners are interested in signing 23-year-old England international Abraham, who has fallen dramatically down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge. Manager Mikel Arteta is an admirer of Abraham and it has been Arsenal's intention to bolster their strikeforce for several months now.
Bournemouth could turn their attention to Burnley's Bailey Peacock-Farrell in their search for a goalkeeper. The Cherries were keen on Freddie Woodman but Newcastle may hang onto him following injury to their first-choice Martin