Welcome back to another installment of Transfer Talk, your one-stop for all the latest player and manager moves, gossip and rumours.
Spurs Spending Spree
The Mirror is predicting yet another summer of upheaval at Tottenham under new boss Mauricio Pochettino.
The London club brought in seven new players last term, and in an effort to once again try and push into the Premier League's top for, it sounds like another plethora of signings will be on their way to White Hart Lane.
Top of the shopping list is Chelsea's Romelu Lukaku. The Belgian has been linked to half the teams in the top flight so far this off season, and it is no surprise that Spurs have now also thrown their hat into the ring.
Pochettino's former charge Dejan Lovren and Belgium international Toby Alderweireld are also reportedly on Tottenham's shortlist.
More Red Devil Rumours
The World Cup may be taking most of the limelight, but away from Brazil the who's who of world football continue to be linked to Louis van Gaal's post-tournament project -- Manchester United.
Fresh off playing a key role under Van Gaal in the Netherlands' stunning 5-1 victory over Spain, Arjen Robben is the latest superstar thought to be headed to Old Trafford. The Daily Mail is reporting that United will make a big-money offer for both the Dutchman and his Bayern Munich teammate Bastian Schweinsteiger in an effort to return the Manchester side back to the Champions League.
Cazorla Wants Out Too
Santi Cazorla has told his friends and family that he wants to head home to Spain after the World Cup.
Metro are reporting that Spanish champions Atletico Madrid will be all cashed up from their impending sale of Diego Costa to Chelsea, and that Diego Simeone wants Cazorla to join him for the title defence next season -- an offer that is supposedly proving to be irresistible for the Gunner.
If Cazorla was to leave, it will be part of what may turn into quite the exodus from Arsenal. Bacary Sagna has joined Manchester City while The Daily Star is reporting that Thomas Vermaelen could well be on his way up to Manchester too -- another one of those stars linked to the Van Gaal revolution at United.
Now that Lukasz Fabianski has signed for Swansea, Arsenal are on the lookout for another goalkeeper to challenge Wojciech Szczesny for a first-team position. The Daily Mail suggests that that man could well be Pepe Reina, saying that Arsene Wenger is keen to tie up a five million pound deal for the Spanish shot-stopper.
Ivory Coast international Wilfried Bony -- a scorer against Japan on Saturday -- could be a Gunner next season if The Mirror are to be believed. Fresh off scoring 25 goals for Swansea last season, Bony is apparently keen to secure a move to a "top-six" club.