With all the domestic campaigns done and dusted, it is time for every club to focus on the transfer market and improve their chances of doing well next season.
Although the transfer window officially opens on the 1st of July, almost every club has started working on their deals and new signings are being confirmed every day. Here at Soccerlens, in our daily transfer news roundup column, we will bring you the latest stories from over the last 24 hours.
Manchester City in talks to sign Aubameyang
Manchester City are looking to sign the Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Aubameyang has been one of the best players in Europe over the last year and managed to score 25 goals in 29 Bundesliga games last season. The Dortmund star is expected to cost in the region of 60 million pounds.
Guardiola has already signed Gundogan from Dortmund and will now push for the highly rated striker.
The former Bayern Munich manager is also looking to sign Aymeric Laporte from Bilbao and John Stones from Everton.
Tottenham agree fee for Vincent Janssen
Spurs have agreed a deal to sign the Eredivisie top scorer, Vincent Janssen.
The 21 year old Alkmaar forward has been in sensational form over the last ten months and has been linked with a move to Atletico Madrid and AC Milan.
Daily Mirror are claiming that Spurs are in talks with the player now after agreeing a fee with his club.
The move should be finalised once the personal terms are agreed.
Pochettino is looking to sign a partner for Kane and he will hope that Janssen can help his side take the next step and win the Premier league title next season.
Arsenal submit £25m bid for Riyad Mahrez
According to latest rumours, Arsenal have submitted a big money offer for the Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez.
Apparently the Gunners have held talks with the player’s representatives and the player is open to joining Arsenal this summer.
Wenger is also an admirer of Mahrez’ teammate Jamie Vardy and has already submitted an offer for him. However, the England striker will make a decision about his future once the Euros are over.
It seems that Arsenal are determined to recreate Mahrez and Vardy’s title winning partnership at Emirates next season.
Koeman agrees Everton move
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has agreed a deal to take over at Everton.
The Toffees sacked Roberto Martinez last month and will look to continue their development under the 53 year old Dutch manager from next season.
Everton will pay about £5m compensation for Koeman, who leaves Saints after two years in charge.
Koeman was a priority target for the new Everton owner Farhad Moshiri, and will sign a deal worth about £6m a year.
The former Netherlands international will take brother Erwin Koeman and fitness coach Jan Kluitenberg with him to Goodison Park.