It's been a whirlwind couple of days in the transfer window – and the action isn't finished just yet.
There's still a few more days left for clubs to do their business and Arsenal are one of those who are expected to be active.
The Gunners haven't been shy of splashing the cash this summer, spending £140million on the likes of Nuno Tavares, Ben White, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Martin Odegaard and Aaron Ramsdale.
But there's still time for Mikel Arteta to get his chequebook out before the window slams shut on Tuesday evening.
Daily Star Sport have all the latest news of who could be coming in and going out of the Emirates before next week's deadline.
Arsenal are still in the market for a new striker and Torino's Andrea Belotti is back on their radar, according to reports.
Belotti, 27, was linked with a move to north London earlier in the summer after impressing at the European Championships.
Things had gone cold on a move for the Torino hitman, but according to the Daily Mail the Gunners have reignited their interest.
The former Palermo ace bagged 13 goals and provided six assists in 35 appearances last season and has less than 12 months left on his current contract.
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Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Manchester United has left Juventus in need of a new striker – and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been touted to fill the void.
Aubameyang's name was first mentioned in connection with Juve on Friday, but transfer guru Fabrizio Romano doesn't believe that a deal will happen.
He tweeted: "Juventus have no interest in Pierre Aubameyang – no contact or talks as of now. Negotiation ongoing with Everton for Moise Kean as priority if conditions will be agreed in the next hours."
Willian to Milan
AC Milan want to sign Willian from under the noses of Corinthians, according to Calcio Mercato.
The winger has struggled to win over supporters after a disappointing first season at the Emirates and looks set to leave this summer.
Brazilian giants Corinthians had been front runners to sign the 34-year-old but financial constraints are making a deal difficult.
That could allow Milan to swoop in and provide the winger with an alternative route out of Arsenal before the window slams shut.
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