With the 2015/16 season drawing to a close, thoughts are turning to the summer signings that could transform teams for the next campaign.
So could Zlatan Ibrahimovic be coming to the Premier League? How about Alvaro Morata?
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According to the man himself, Ibrahimovic is leaving Paris Saint-Germain as a legend having scored more than 150 goals in his four-year stay in the French capital. At 34, the Swede's age profile might lead some to conclude that the powerful striker is past his best but there's no sign of his output deteriorating. While a move to Major League Soccer has been mooted, Manchester United have also been linked with bringing Ibrahimovic to the Premier League.
The Belgium international scored plenty for Standard Liege as a teenager and having enjoyed a breakthrough season with Marseille, netting 21 goals, a big move now beckons. "Everyone knows he's leaving," says Marseille coach Frank Passi and England is the likely destination. Team-mate Steven Fletcher claims that he has "everything you need for the Premier League" and Sky Sports understands that the 22-year-old is on West Ham and Tottenham's shortlist.
After a fine first season at Juventus in which the Spaniard scored against his old club Real Madrid in both legs of the Champions League semi-final before also finding the net against Barcelona in Berlin, Morata has had a quieter campaign in 2015/16. Having had to play second fiddle to Mario Mandzukic, he's even courted Premier League interest by saying it is "more attractive for a striker" so expect the likes of Liverpool and Arsenal to be on alert. However, Sky sources understand Real Madrid will activate his £24m buy-out clause and potentially sell him on at a profit.
The top scorer in France last season, no easy feat with Ibrahimovic around, Lacazette's form dipped in the early part of the 2015/16 campaign. However, he's been hot again of late, scoring 11 goals in his last 10 games for Lyon. It's not been enough to earn him a place in Didier Deschamps' France squad but it might help get him to the Premier League - an ambition he's been very open about. Sky sources understand West Ham and Tottenham are interested.
It's not been a conventional rise to the top for 27-year-old Lucas, with spells in Greece and Ukraine behind him, but the Deportivo La Coruna forward has certainly announced himself with 17 goals in La Liga this season - even finding the net in seven consecutive games late last year. Leicester are reportedly prepared to make the Spaniard their club record signing but won't have it all their own way with Lucas's name also thought to be on Arsenal's list.
It's all about the team at Atletico Madrid, but when an individual is as good as Griezmann there's still room for superstars in Diego Simeone's system. The France international has scored more than 30 goals for the club this season including the crucial away goal in Munich that helped see off Bayern in the Champions League semi-final. With four years left on his deal, Atletico are under no obligation to sell but Chelsea have still been linked with a bid.
A consistent scorer in his seven-year stay at Real Madrid, Higuain has long been linked with Premier League clubs and that's not going to stop after his stunning season with Napoli. The Argentine is the Serie A top scorer, having netted 36 goals in 35 games - the best campaign of his career. Although the 28-year-old is expected to spearhead Napoli's Champions League campaign next term, Arsenal's need for a striker means his name will continue to come up.
Only Robert Lewandowski has outscored Aubameyang in the Bundesliga this season, with the Dortmund striker maturing into one of the most exciting talents around. He's well aware that the Premier League would suit him too - "there's so much space," he said in April - and got a taste of in scoring against both Tottenham and Liverpool in this season's Europa League. There isn't a club in the competition that wouldn't want him in the squad.
The impending exit of Ibrahimovic, might reduce the likelihood of Cavani following him out the door at PSG but the 29-year-old Uruguayan did describe the prospect of a Premier League move as "very appealing" as recently as March. He is the third highest goalscorer in Ligue 1 this season and his continued good form in front of goal could persuade Manchester United to make good on an interest that was widely reported in the winter.
With 27 goals for AZ this season, Janssen is the Eredivisie top scorer and at just 21 can expect lots of attention this summer. The hard-working forward was in the lower leagues last year but is developing fast with 21 of his goals coming in 17 games since January. He scored from the spot against England at Wembley in March and with Arsenal and Liverpool thought to be tracking his progress that could be the first goal of many in the country.