Transfers: Spurs sign Swansea duo, Everton close on Besic
Tottenham have made a double Swansea swoop for Ben Davies and Michel Vorm.
The Welsh left-back and Dutch goalkeeper have been tied down to White Hart Lane on four-year contracts while Gylfi Sigurdsson moved in the opposite direction.
After failing to make a big impact at Spurs, the Icelandic midfielder, who signed a four-year deal with the team from Wales, will be hoping to emulate his 2011/2012 loan spell at the Liberty Stadium where he scored seven goals in 18 appearances.
Everton are closing in on their second signing of the summer in £4 million ($8.4m) man Muhamed Besic.
If the deal with Hungarian side Ferencvaros goes through, the 21-year-old will be Roberto Martinez's second new acquisition after Gareth Barry.
Frank Lampard has officially been unveiled as a New York City FC player.
The midfielder, who was spotted at JFK airport before his big reveal, parted ways with Chelsea at the end of his contract and has been linked with Manchester City's America-based franchise.
Despite online fan protests after the New York Daily News recapped a drunken incident involving him in 2001 following the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centre, Lampard has joined the new Major Soccer League team as a designated player - a marquee status which allows NYCFC to pay him a wage above the team's salary cap - on a two-year contract.
Source: AFP, Mail Online, Liverpool Echo, MLS official website