The transfer window for the UK opens this year on 1st July, and yet there has already been a lot of talk over the potential players to move around.
In the build up to the busy transfer season, we've compiled a list of the top possible transfers to happen during the summer.
Raheem Sterling from Liverpool to Man City
Raheem Sterling (20) has become the most controversial and talked about possible transfer of this season already... Manchester City are willing to offer Sterling a contract of around £200k per week to lure him into their team, with Real Madrid also set to put an offer in, but the Anfield team still seem determined to keep this player.
Gareth Bale from Real Madrid to Man Utd
Manchester United are intent on bringing Gareth Bale (25) into their team, and using Ryan Giggs (idol and good friend of Bale) as their secret weapon to do so. The starting bidding figure for this player is £14.5 million from Man Utd.
David De Gea from Manchester United to Real Madrid
Manchester United are offering the Spaniard a new contract worth around £250,000 a week in the hopes of wavering interest from Real Madrid. However, the player seems prepared to give up the £12m to pursue his dream of joining Real Madrid.
Petr Cech from Chelsea to a rival club
In 2004, Petr Cech (33) joined Chelsea for £7 million, and has won the team 13 leading honours at Stamford Bridge. Despite having 12 months left in his contract, it seems that the club will reach a mutual agreement to allow him to leave this summer. Cech will be willing to join Arsenal, Man Utd or Paris Saint-Germain for between £10-15 million.
Charlie Austin from QPR to Aston Villa
Aston Villa appear to be assembling a £15 million bid for the 25 year old Striker. Austin also seems to be a target for Liverpool and Chelsea and has even made it clear that he is keen to move to a bigger club.
Yaya Toure from Manchester City to Inter Milan
Inter Milan are in hopes of closing a deal with Man City's midfielder, Yaya Toure (32), for around £15 million. The Italian team are eager to sign Toure and are writing up a 3 year contract offer worth around £4.3 million per season. Toure is hoping for a longer commitment, so there may be room for a compromise of an extra one year.
Kieran Trippier from Burnley to Bournemouth
Bournemouth certainly seem to have set their sights on Burnley's Full Back player nearing the transfer season. Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe knows Trippier well, after previously bringing him to Burnley on loan from Man City during his time in charge at Turf Moor (which ended in 2012) and is keen to make a move for the talented 24 year old.
Nathaniel Clyne from Southampton to St Mary's
Until recently it had seemed as though Clyne (24) and Manchester United had a mutual interest in each other, but as the Man Utd manager appears to have moved interest elsewhere, Clyne is now set to sign a new deal with St Mary's.