Premier League Transfers: Keep up to date with all the big summer moves
We know most of you are counting down to the start of the new football season (it starts on August 12th, by the way), but every summer there is one that keeps us going while we wait for the Premier League to restart... who has our club signed?
We'll keep track of the big moves in the Premier League here, so that you know who you'll be watching next season in the top division.
Who are they, where have they come from and are they any good?
When a big move is confirmed, we'll add it below, so check back to see the latest moves.
Mohamed Salah: Roma to Liverpool
Price: £34 million
The 25-year-old Egyptian player has signed a five-year deal with Liverpool as a winger.
Salah was a key figure in helping Roma finish second in Serie A last season, scoring 15 goals in 31 league appearances.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said Salah has "the perfect mix of experience and potential", adding: "This is a really exciting signing for us."
"His pace is incredible, he gives us more attacking threat and we are already strong in this area. I like that we will make it even more competitive."
Victor Lindelof: Benfica to Manchester United
Price: £30.75 million
The 22-year-old defender is from Sweden. He can play at centre back, but can also play at right back.
"I am thrilled to be joining Manchester United. I have enjoyed my time at Benfica [in Portugal] enormously and I have learned a lot there" said Lindelof.
"But I'm looking forward to playing in the Premier League at Old Trafford and for Jose Mourinho. I'm keen to get started and make my contribution to the team's efforts to win more trophies."
Harry Maguire: Hull City to Leicester City
Price: £17 million
The 24-year-old defender will join the recent champions despite suffering relegation with Hull last year.
He will meet his new team mates in early July before their pre-season training camp in Austria.
"There were a number of clubs interested, but when I met the manager here, he pretty much swayed it into the direction of this club" said Maguire.
"Leicester are on the up and it looks very promising for the future."
Matthew Ryan: Valencia to Brighton
Price: Undisclosed (but believed to be a Brighton record of £6m)
Ryan is Australia's first-choice goalkeeper and has been signed to help Brighton in the Premier League. He joined Valencia in 2015, and before that played in Belgium.
Brighton's manager Chris Hughton said: "I'm delighted that we've been able to attract Mathew to the club, and he will certainly be an excellent addition to the squad in time for our first season in the Premier League."
Davy Klaassen: Ajax to Everton
Price: £23.6 million
The midfielder made his debut for Ajax in 2011 and has won three Dutch league titles. The 24 year old scored 49 goals for the club from Amsterdam.
"It is difficult to leave Ajax but I think this is a good step for me now," said Klassen
The 2016 Dutch Footballer of the Year was the captain of the Ajax side that lost to Manchester United in last season's Europa League final.
Jordan Pickford: Sunderland to Everton
Price: £22 million
The England Under-21 international has become the UK's most expensive goalkeeper ever despite being relegated with Sudnerland last season.
Pickford moved through the youth ranks at Sunderland and only became a professional player in 2011.
He made 135 saves last season and won three Man of the Match awards in his 29 appearances despite Sunderland having a poor season.
Ederson Moraes: Benfica to Manchester City
The 23-year-old goalkeeper broke into the team last March and won the Portuguese league and cup double this season.
"I like everything about Manchester City," said Ederson, who will join the Premier League club when the transfer window opens on 1 July.
"I have always had the dream to play in English football and now I'm going to make it true."
City manager Pep Guardiola has been interested in Ederson for some time and made room in his squad by releasing Willy Caballero at the end of the season.
Sead Kolasinac: Schalke to Arsenal
The left-back has joined Arsenal from German club Schalke.
He is only 23, and played in the German league and the Europa League with Schalke last year.
Kolasinac said he had followed Arsenal as a young boy, "in the days of Jens Lehmann and Thierry Henry".
He is from Bosnia-Herzegovina in eastern Europe, and plays for the national team.
Darren Fletcher: West Bromwich Albion to Stoke City
The former Manchester United midfielder will be playing for Stoke next year.
He joined West Bromwich Albion in 2015 and played 91 games for them. Manager Tony Pulis had made him club captain but he is moving north on a free transfer.
He's also captain of the Scotland national team.
Asmir Begovic: From Chelsea FC to Bournemouth FC
Price: Undisclosed fee (but it is reported to be around £10 million)
Despite being a goalie, Begovic holds the world record for the furthest goal ever scored in football.
He thumped the ball 91.9m to score against Southampton.
He has been the reserve goalkeeper at Stamford Bridge for two seasons.
He said he wants to play regularly for Eddie Howe's team.
Bernardo Silva: From AS Monaco to Manchester City
Price: £43 million
The 22-year-old said about joining Manchester City: "I'm now at one of the best teams in the world."
Tottenham defender Danny Rose says Silva is "the best opponent I [have] faced".
Last season, Silva helped Monaco reach the semi-finals of the Champions League and win the French league.
He scored 11 goals and assisted another 12, but he will have to try and oust Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva from the City team.
Pablo Zabaleta: From Manchester City to West Ham United
Price: Free Transfer (out of contract)
The left-back got a hero's send off when he played his last game for City. The popular player has left the club for "a new challenge" after nine years in Manchester.
The 32-year-old has won two Premier League titles, an FA Cup and two League Cups during his time in English football.
Christian Atsu: Chelsea to Newcastle
Newcastle United made the first Premier League move of the summer by signing Christian Atsu permanently. He'd spent last season on loan from Chelsea, and helped the Magpies win the Championship.
He scored five goals last season and Rafael Benítez's said he hoped the player from Ghana would help to "build something for the future".