The line-up for the Euro 2020 quarter-finals will be finalised later with the remaining last-16 ties taking place tonight.
England host rivals Germany at Wembley at 5pm, with more than a hint of major tournament history between the two.
Sweden and Ukraine then meet at Hampden Park, knowing the winners of the two ties will face each other in the last eight.
With the domestic season hurtling into view, we have rounded up all the latest transfer rumours involving the four nations.
England winger Jadon Sancho has told team-mates he will join Manchester United this summer.
The Borussia Dortmund attacker has been continually linked with a switch to Old Trafford over the last 12 months but a deal finally appears to be close.
United are in talks with BVB over a payment structure for Sancho, 21, who made 35 goal contributions across all competitions last season.
Dortmund are believed to have set an asking price of £77million for one of their most prized assets.
Ukraine forward Roman Yaremchuk is subject of a tug-of-war between Wolfsburg and West Ham.
The Gent forward has been one of the surprise packages of Euro 2020, scoring against the Netherlands and North Macedonia.
Yaremchuk, 25, netted 17 goals in the Jupiler League last term and is now attracting interest from the Premier League and Bundesliga.
Contracted to Gent until 2025, it is anticipated Yaremchuk could cost up to £21m.
Timo Werner's agent has refused to rule out a return to the Bundesliga with Bayern Munich.
Germany striker Werner, 25, endured a tough first season in the Premier League with Chelsea and scored just six times in 29 league starts.
On occasion, his confidence appeared shot and that form has carried over to the national team.
But Karlheinz Forster expects his client to remain at Stamford Bridge.
He said: "You can't rule out anything. But if I had to assess it at the moment, I would say very clearly that Timo will stay at Chelsea.
"He feels comfortable there. A move will not be an issue in the foreseeable future."
England midfielder Jude Bellingham is expected to sign a two-year extension with Borussia Dortmund now that he has turned 18.
The teenage sensation, who celebrates his birthday today, has shone for BVB since joining from Championship side Birmingham last summer and made 46 appearances in all competitions for the German outfit last season.
Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate is clearly a fan and made Bellingham the youngest player in European Championship history — albeit briefly — when he came off the bench against Croatia on matchday one.
England defender Ben White insists he is paying no attention to rumours linking him with a £50m switch to Arsenal.
The Brighton defender shone for the Seagulls last season — his first as a Premier League player.
And White, 23, is blocking out any talk of a switch to the Gunners to concentrate on Euro 2020 glory with England.
He said: "It’s nice, it’s happened quite a lot over the last two years, there’s been a lot of noise.
"You don’t know what’s true and what’s not. So there’s no real point talking about it."