The World Cup is always a handy market. From a star player hoping to further impress to a club searching for a previously hidden gem, the transfer rumour mill never stops
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One to watch
No.36 - Toni Kroos
The German playmaker has spent plenty of time fluttering his eyelashes at some of Europe's top clubs this season, most likely in an attempt to ensure he gets the wage he feels he deserves at Bayern Munich. The fact is whatever he wants, he probably deserves it. At 24 it is already tempting to label Kroos as the complete midfielder. You name it, he can do it.
Who to follow
No.36 - @SkySportsScout
The Sky Sports Scout is skysports.com's roaming eye around the world, tracking and reporting on all the best talent. You can also let the Scout know who you would like to be assessed and reports will be filed back on site. To keep up to date with your club you can check out the Scout's reports at www.skysports.com/football/transfers/scout
World Cup greats
No.36 - Franco Baresi
The legendary former AC Milan defender played at two World Cups, helping Italy reach the semi-finals on home soil in 1990 before captaining the side in the final at USA '94. Injury had ruled him out of a number of games but he returned as they lost on penalties to Brazil in the final, missing a spot kick himself in his final game for the Azzurri.