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Gareth Bale's imminent departure from Tottenham is expected to trigger a transfer frenzy across Europe, and in particular, England. Nearly every team have a transfer saga to look forward to or not , with the futures of several stars still up in the air.
Will Arsene Wenger spend any money? Is Juan Mata unsettled? The futures of Everton pair Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines are also undecided amid Manchester United's interest, but David Moyes may also be looking to Spain for options after having an initial bid for Athletic Bilbao midfielder Ander Herrera rejected.
Whatever happens, be sure to expect plenty of movement and big-money deals.
We've run the rule over each Premier League side's summer so far, including the business they've done and the players they need to bring in. However, he must be irritated to have failed to sign Luis Suarez, Yohan Cabaye or anyone else of note. He has turned down the chance to take old boy Gareth Barry on a loan deal from Manchester City and has made tentative enquiries for Tom Ince and Senegal defender Abdoulaye Ba.
Getting centre-back Steven Caulker, left, from Spurs was seen as a coup, trumped by the arrival of Gary Medel, from Sevilla, days later. That said, the Chelsea chief appears to have added bags of quality. Verdict Lots of business but not enough to ease the anxiety of Palace fans.
Striker Dwight Gayle comes with the heftiest price tag though Holloway will be hoping he can get the best from Arsenal discard Marouane Chamakh.
He returned to Wigan and his homeland for new recruits - but the big question is can Everton retain their prized assets?
Fulham could also make a move for midfielder Jack Cork from Southampton. Verdict Early results might be a cause for concern, but Jol seems to be happy with his business.
Verdict Bruce has built a squad capable of fighting to stay up. Verdict Promising. Kolo Toure looks an inspired signing on a free - but the most important business has been keeping hold of Luis Suarez.
Verdict Chief executive Ed Woodward insists the club can spend big - but the only arrival is Uruguayan defender Guillermo Varela. Cesc Fabregas opted to stay at Barcelona. Keeping Yohan Cabaye would be a bonus.
Not quite the return United fans wanted from Joe Kinnear. He has been linked with a move for Australian winger James Troisi but so far no firm offer. Hughton may let fringe players go before the deadline shuts.
Johan Elmander and Ricky van Wolfsfinkel add more firepower while Nathan Redmond is an exciting addition out wide. Mauricio Pochettino wants a winger - but Victor Moses is now off the list. The first two have already slotted in seamlessly, though Osvaldo, with a reputation for being somewhat fiery, could be more of a gamble up front.
Verdict Hughes was under instruction to make Stoke easier on the eye post-Pulis but Erik Pieters is the only summer signing who started at West Ham.
Stoke were solid last season but fans will be wondering where the goals will come from. Verdict Europa League involvement meant Swansea did the majority of their business early and looks impressive. The biggest of their stars, Roberto Soldado, left, hit the ground running.
Spurs fans must be delighted at the talent replacing Gareth Bale. Verdict Clarke has taken a sizeable punt on Nicolas Anelka and Diego Lugano, two temperamental superstars.
Verdict The big money was spent on Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing, left, the plan being that the latter will supply the crosses for the former to score plus goals.