Let’s start this roundup of the latest transfer news with the suggestion, from a number of publications that the next move for Mason Greenwood , now that it is agreed he has no future at Manchester United, is said to be the exploration of options in Turkey and Italy.

Meanwhile, Manchester City continue to be busy in the market, rather later than normal. Jérémy Doku is expected to sign up from Rennes, the Belgian taking up the Riyad Mahrez role that was supposed to have been filled by Lucas Paquetá before the FA began investigating the Brazilian over potential betting breaches.

City are looking to ship out Kalvin Phillips , who has never really fit in since signing from Leeds, and Liverpool and Bayern Munich are linked. Bayern Munich, meanwhile, want £22m if they’re to sell Ryan Gravenberch to Liverpool or Manchester United. They have also shipped out Benjamin Pavard , who was linked with United but will instead end up in Milan at Inter.

The £85m that West Ham expected to receive for Paquetá may have been lost for now but they still have cash from Declan Rice’s sale washing around. They’re reported to have made a bid for Bournemouth’s Dominic Solanke to reduce Michail Antonio’s workload, as well as another for Sevilla’s Moroccan striker Youssef En-Nesyri. The latter would be quite the addition though it’s likely he won’t have Nayef Aguerd to show him the sights and sounds of Romford: his compatriot, who scored and was sent off at the weekend, is linked with a return to Rennes.

Todd Boehly now knows the identity of his next megabucks transfer from Brighton; the Seagulls have put in a bid for Carlos Baleba at Lille, a midfielder to fill the hole left by Moises Caicedo. Still, until that happens, Todd’s retail therapy continues with the signing of Djordje Petrović , the Serbian goalie who currently plays for New England Revolution, and will replace Kepa Arrizabalaga.

Chelsea’s search for a striker continues and Folarin Balogun , who is a regular subject of speculation, is said to have agreed personal terms with the Blues. He just needs Arsenal and Chelsea to agree a deal for him to be sold. Arsenal are also having to ward off Saudi Arabian interest in centre-back Gabriel. Al-Ittihad are the interested party.

And, talking of goalkeepers, Hugo Lloris looks set to end his 11 years at Tottenham by heading to Serie A and Lazio.