It's transfer season in the Premier League and the action in the window looks as though it's beginning to heat up.
You've probably seen your club linked with a number of players, but which deals are likely to be done before the deadline? Find out here...
After an 18 month spell away, that included six months back at Goodison Park, Pienaar is desperate to return to Everton permanently. Everton have managed to secure some funding, and are in talks with Tottenham over a £5 million deal. All parties want a successful conclusion. Expect this one to go through. (Chances of it happening: 9/10)
Tongo Doumbia - Rennes to West Brom
West Brom will continue their frugal summer business with a deal for Rennes ace Doumbia, but a lack of money doesn't mean a lack of quality. Arsenal and Newcastle have been tracking the Mali international, but he's due in the Midlands over the weekend for talks on a £3 million move. Another bargain Steve Clarke buy. (8/10)
Jamaal Lascelles - Nottingham Forest to Tottenham
Lascelles has only made 10 professional appearances, but has been chased by some of the Premier League's leading lights in the last 12 months. Arsenal had a bid rejected in January, and now their North London rivals Tottenham are in talks over a £3 million deal. There's work to do, but Spurs are hopeful they'll do business. (7/10)
Stuart Taylor - Free agent to Reading
He's played deputy at Arsenal, Aston Villa and Manchester City, but now Taylor is keen for match action, and believes he can get it at Premier League new boys Reading. He's joined a trial, and will play in the next two pre-season fixtures. Talk of a one-year-deal is on the cards, but that's premature at present. (5/10)
Joao Moutinho - Porto to Manchester United
Manchester United have already had a £20 million bid rejected, and Tottenham have been mulling over their options, but Porto are standing firm on Moutinho. They've told interested clubs they must buy the Portuguese out of his contract if they want him, with the price set at £30 million. He'll stay another 12 months. (1/10)
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