Everton's recruitment drive has kicked up a notch as they go in search of a Champions League spot this season. So far this window, the Toffees have made no fewer than seven signings.
Ronald Koeman has already added plenty of strength to his first team after signing forwards Wayne Rooney and Sandro Ramirez. Of course, they've a Romelu Lukaku sized hole to fill.
Another side who are in a complete overhaul of their squad is Arsenal. Already during this transfer window, the London club have secured the services of long-time target Alexandre Lacazette and continue their flirtation with Monaco's Kylian Mbappe.
With there being constant rumours that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is leaving the Emirates, the Gunners will need a replacement. But he's not the only wingers that's set to leave the club
Theo Walcott's long and winding career in an Arsenal shirt may be coming to an end if reports are to be believed.
We've already seen one Premier League club lose a long time servant - and given that Walcott has been at Arsenal for 11 years, we might be about to see another.
One Arsenal legend has weighed in on the speculation.
Ian Wright took to Twitter this week offer his opinion on what should be with the forward. Everton are rumoured to be weighing up a £30m move for the England international.
Sad to see the amount of disrespect that Theo gets from the fans. I'll always love him, but if it is a 30 million bid, got to take it ?
— Ian Wright (@IanWright0) July 16, 2017
Whether or not Walcott is worth the fee being thrown about is another question entirely. Wright, however, sees the value in parting with the 28-year-old to free up funds for another summer signing.
If, as report and Wright think, that the bid is £30,000,000, that'd take Everton's spending past the £100m mark. With a month and a half left in the window.
When you think that they have been heavily linked with Gylfi Sigurdsson, there could be a bonkers total at the start of September. is also keen on Swansea forward Gylfi Sigurdsson. The Welsh club are holding out for a big-money transfer. Paul Clement is reportedly asking for between £40,000,000 - £50,000,000 for the Icelander.
It's a long way from Trevor Francis becoming the first million pound footballer!