The European Championship quarter-finals have been decided as we approach the business end of the tournament.
Belgium will face Italy, Switzerland will take on France, Denmark meet the Czech Republic and England tackle Ukraine.
There is no action until Friday but we have rounded up the best of the transfer rumours affecting nations still involved at Euro 2020.
Arsenal eye Belotti
Italy striker Andrea Belotti has a number of suitors this summer — including Arsenal.
Belotti, 27, has made three appearances at Euro 2020 without scoring but is a wanted man.
According to reports in Italy, the Gunners are joined by AC Milan, Roma, Napoli and Fiorentina in being keen on the Torino striker.
Belotti scored 13 times in Serie A last term. And while he has failed to match his career-best tally of 26 league goals from 2016-17, he has managed double figures in each of the last six seasons.
Aston Villa hope to tie England attacker Jack Grealish to a bumper new contract.
The Villa skipper came off the bench in the last-16 win over Germany to turn the game on its head, playing a part in both goals for the Three Lions at Wembley.
Grealish, 25, has been linked with Premier League champions Manchester City in recent weeks.
But Villa are desperate to keep their talisman and will offer a £150,000-a-week deal to keep him at Villa Park.
Grealish supplied a career-best 10 assists in the Premier League last season and scored six times for Dean Smith’s side.
Juventus are targeting Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka after his impressive Euro 2020 displays.
The Arsenal midfielder, 28, had been expected to sign for Serie A rivals Roma.
But negotiations between the Gunners and the Giallorossi have dragged on with the two clubs unable to agree to a bonus structure.
Juve hope to take advantage of the impasse, with Xhaka catching the eye in leading Switzerland to the last eight.
Del to be done
Denmark midfielder Thomas Delaney is a target for Crystal Palace, Southampton and Norwich.
Delaney, 29, is contracted to Borussia Dortmund until 2022.
But he has fallen down the pecking order at Dortmund and could be allowed to move on this summer after three years with the club.
Norwich manager Daniel Farke previously worked for BVB as coach of their second team and the Canaries have made a number of signings from Germany during his reign.
Arsenal will make an official offer for England keeper Aaron Ramsdale when he returns from Euro 2020.
Ramsdale, 23, was relegated with Sheffield United last season but won plenty of plaudits for his displays.
The Gunners are believed to be on the hunt for a new No1 with Bernd Leno expected to reject a contract extension.
Ramsdale was called into Gareth Soouthgate's squad as a late replacement for the injured Dean Henderson.