Everton have spent some of the cash they got for Joleon Lescott on Russian winger Diniyar Bilyaletdinov. He's joined from Lokomotiv Moscow and may have cost around £10m.
Perhaps Joleon Lescott will cheer up a bit now he's finally got what he wants - a move to Manchester City. The Everton player is on his way in what's thought to be a £22m deal.
Liverpool wasted no time tracking down a replacement for Xabi Alonso. They agreed to pay a £20m transfer fee for Roma's Italian international Alberto Aquilani.
Xabi Alonso has left Liverpool to join Spanish giants Real Madrid for around £30m. The Reds have bought in his replacement Roma's Alberto Aquilani for around £20m.
Darren Bent has made a to the north east, swapping Tottenham for Sunderland. The two clubs have agreed a transfer fee of around £12m.
Kolo Toure is yet another of Manchester City's summer signings. The Arsenal player headed over to Mark Hughes' club for around £15m.
Peter Crouch has been signed by Tottenham Hotspur for what's thought to be about £9m. He's heading to the London club from Portsmouth.
Emmanuel Adebayor is the latest big name to join Manchester City. He's leaving Premier League rivals Arsenal in a deal that's rumoured to be worth £25m.
England winger Stewart has swapped the Championship for the Premier League. Aston Villa have agreed to pay Middlesbrough £12m for the player.
Carlos Tevez WILL play for Manchester City after leaving Manchester United. City have paid Tevez's agent around £25m to bring the player to the club.
Chelsea have finally started spending, bringing in Yuri Zhirkov from CSKA Moscow for around £18m. He's mainly a left-back, but can also play in midfield too.
But perhaps the most surprising move of the summer so far is Michael Owen joining Manchester United. He cost the club nothing as his Newcastle United contract had run out.
Wigan winger Antonio Valencia has signed a four-year deal with Manchester United that's rumoured to be worth £16m. But can he replace Ronaldo?
Carlos Tevez may soon be playing up front with this man - Roque Santa Cruz. He's signed for Manchester City from Blackburn Rovers for around £18m.
Arsenal's first big signing was defender Thomas Vermaelen. The Belgian international joined the Gunners from Dutch side Ajax for around £10m.
Portsmouth's Glen Johnson will be wearing a red shirt next season, after agreeing a £17.5m move to Liverpool.
But that's nothing compared to the fee for Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo. Real Madrid agreed to pay a world record fee of £80m for the winger.
And that deal came just weeks after another huge Real Madrid deal. They snapped up Brazilian star Kaka from AC Milan for a whopping £56m to start their mega spending spree.
The first deal of the summer was a bit of a surprise. Manchester City were behind it, signing England midfielder Gareth Barry from Aston Villa for £12m.