Summer 2015 transfer window open for business
Last Updated: 10/06/15 4:02pm
The 2015 summer transfer window is now officially open in England, Scotland and Wales.
Clubs from all divisions can conclude deals already made and set to work on others as they begin to restructure their squads ahead of the new season.
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And there are a number of deals already sorted, from Bosman free transfers to pre-contract agreements.
Liverpool have been one of the most active club so far, confirming the signings of England international James Milner and U21 star Danny Ings on free transfers within the last week.
Tottenham, who rivalled Liverpool for Ings but missed out, have completed a deal for the young Austrian defender Kevin Wimmer, who joins from FC Koln in Germany.
Aston Villa have completed the signing of Scott Sinclair from Manchester City, after the forward spent the second half of the season on loan at the Midlands club, while Leicester have brought in Christian Fuchs on a free from Schalke.
The Premier League's net spend in summer transfer windows has risen every year since 2010, reaching £835m in 2014, and it is anticipated to rise again this year with Manchester United and Manchester City set to be two of the busiest clubs.
City have already touched base with Kevin De Bruyne's camp, while the likes of Paul Pogba, David de Gea and perhaps even Gareth Bale - the world's most expensive player - could move to another club.