It's the first day of pre-season training, but transfer window madness is well and truly upon us, with everyone wanting to know who the first new face will be.
Despite there still being weeks left of the window, Fulham have been linked with a number of players, ranging from the possible to the downright ridiculous.
In case you've had trouble keeping up with everyone that has been linked with the club (and let's be honest, even we're struggling to keep up), we've combined every player into a handy list for you to look at to keep things ticking over.
They won't (and can't) sign them all, with Fulham only looking for quality that will add to the squad, but here's who they've been linked with.
No doubt there will be more to come...
The Barnsley midfielder rejected a new deal at the club this summer, meaning he is available on a free transfer.
Fulham were among a number of clubs interested in signing the 24-year-old, although it looks like he may be off to QPR according to reports.
Fulham made a bid for the Montpellier striker, but are facing stiff competition from recently promoted Huddersfield Town.
They've had a bid accepted and it looks like the Benin international could be on his way to Yorkshire, with a fee of around £11million being branded about in the national press.
Another striker that Fulham bid for, the 27-year-old has spent the last season playing for Braga in the Portuguese league.
According to the press in Portugal, Fulham's bid was knocked back and it remains to be seen whether they will be back in for him.
He fits the bill of what Slavisa Jokanovic is looking for, a forward who can play up top or on the side of a front three.
Fulham have made a bid for the Bordeaux man, with the President confirming there had been bidas for the striker.
It looks they'll face competition from Germany for his signature though, with Cologne, Leverkusen and Schalke looking at him.
Reports in the Australian press suggested that Fulham were after the Burton midfielder, although boss Nigel Clough has said that there's been no bids as yet for the star.
He has been away with the Australian team recently, but with a full Fulham midfield at present it looks unlikely they'll move for him.
The one ever Fulham fan wants back at the Cottage - the side have been in talks with Chelsea over a fee for the Czech international, although Hull have had a bid accepted.
He seems to want to come back to Fulham, but they'll have to agree a deal quickly in order to get him.
A 23-year-old centre back from Lugo, it looks likely that Djalo will be signing for the club having spent most of career playing the lower reaches of Spanish football.
He was previously signed by Juventus, but never made an appearance for the side.
Reports from Belgium claimed that the Panamanian U23 international had signed a pre-contract agreement with Fulham back in May.
It's all gone a bit quiet on this front, with Avila back in training with Gent at the moment.
Reports suggested that Fulham were leading the queue of English clubs interested in signing Arsenal's youngster, although it seems he wants a move to the continent instead as it suits his style of play.
Several German clubs are after Crowley, so it wouldn't surprise us if he heads there this summer.
The national press had linked Osasuna striker Kodro with Fulham, along with Bristol and Bolton.
It seems he is set for a move to Dutch side Groningen, so he won't be bolstering Fulham's front line this season.
A rumour started doing the rounds that Copenhagen's captain was going to join Fulham having told the Danish side he was leaving for pastures new.
However, there is no interest in him at the moment and would cost Fulham some serious money if they were to try and get him.
Chester's left back, Fulham had scouted him extensively throughout last season.
However, this deal is dead in the water after he signed for former Premier League champions Leicester.