Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper.
Here are today's top five emerging whispers.
And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.
Dedryck Boyata to Fulham
With Fulham looking to bolster their squad for their return to the Premier League, the Sun claim that former Manchester City centre-back Boyata is on their list. The Belgian has 12 months left on his contract at Celtic but he's caught the eye of several clubs, while his performances at the World Cup have also made him a Lazio transfer target.
Ilya Kutepov to West Ham United
West Ham conceded the joint-most goals in the league last season, so with a need to improve their defence they are are looking to Russia. Kutepov has played every minute of Russia's World Cup campaign after a good season with Spartak Moscow, but according to Tutto Mercato, the centre-back also has his eyes on a move to Italy.
Hirving Lozano to Arsenal
The World Cup has been a stage for several players to show their best, not least Lozano, scorer of Mexico's winning goal in their group stage match against Germany. Arsenal are reported to have made an approach to PSV for the 23-year-old, who is also a Barcelona transfer target, according to transfermarketweb.
M'Baye Niang to Arsenal
Another player to have a good World Cup, before Senegal narrowly went out in the group stage, was Niang -- scoring one goal and assisting another. Arsenal are reportedly in for him, while Everton are also interested in the player according to Italian newspaper Tuttosport. Niang has played in England before, having spent six months on loan at Watford in 2017, but hasn't impressed at Torino.
Paulo Dybala to Liverpool
Cristiano Ronaldo's rumoured move to Juventus could set dominos falling elsewhere. Dybala is reportedly on Liverpool's radar and, should Ronaldo move to the Serie A champions, it appears that the Merseyside club would be ready to pick up the Argentine forward. According to Tutto Mercato, Liverpool have already registered an interest and asked about Dybala's availability.