The transfer market is hotting up as the 44 clubs across Europe gear-up for the 2010/11 season. ercrugby.com is watching the official announcements and media speculation so you don't have to.
Checkout our guide to the "ins and outs" as they happen across all 44 clubs in the Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup.
The Amlin Challenge Cup will be awash with big name stars next season with Stade Français having signed Leinster coach Michael Cheika while Montpellier welcome Fabien Galthié as Director of Rugby. Leeds have signed up Steve Thompson from Brive but have lost Seru Rabeni who moves to La Rochelle next season.
Again this season, Toulon and Racing-Metro 92, who will compete in the Heineken Cup, have made some big-name signings. Toulon have announced the arrival of New Zealand prop, Carl Hayman, former Australia captain George Smith and England wing Paul Sackey, while the Argentine star, Juan-Martin Hernandez, Italy's Mirco Bergamasco, and France wing Benjamin Fall, have all joined Racing-Metro.