The January Transfer window notoriously churns out some interesting signings- where shrewdness and sheer stupidity can be found in equal measure. In recent years we have seen Chelsea sign Fernando Torres for £50 million, whilst Everton bought success story Nikica Jelavic last season.
Here we look at who may be making a high profile move this time round.
Demba Ba (Newcastle)
The Senegalese star is one of the top-scorers so far this season, despite his team's lack of form. Chelsea, Man United and Arsenal are all interested in Ba, who has a £7m release clause in his contract.
Mario Balotelli (Man City)
Disputes with the board, Roberto Mancini and teammates have plagued the enigmatic striker's time in Manchester. A move back to Milan (in the shape of AC, this time) may be on the cards.
Theo Walcott (Arsenal)
Speculation about the Englishman's Gunners future has been rife this whole season. He has expressed his desire, and showed his ability, to play in a striking role. Both Juventus and Man United are supposedly interested.
Nani (Man United)
Following reports of a falling out with Sir Alex over contract demands and a dip in form this season, many believe the winger may be on his way out. Arsenal view him as a good replacement, should Walcott leave.
Asmir Begovic (Stoke City)
The Bosnian has already kept nine clean sheets this campaign- showing his true realibility between the sticks. Manchester United's keeper woes have not completely vanished, so may be interested in the big man.
Michu (Swansea City)
If you consider his impact this season, it's unbelievable to think that he only cost £2m. There must be a number of high-profile suitors after the Spaniard, but we reckon he may move back to Spain- which will be a blow for Premiership football.
Peter Odemwingie (West Brom)
It has been reported that Alan Pardew has already been looking for a replacement for Demba Ba. The 31-year-old Nigerian, Odemwingie (pictured using Diamond Football products) may be up for grabs for the cut price value of £3m.
Joao Moutinho (Porto)
Tottenham Hotspurs were very close to signing the Portugal star at the beginning of the season- talks only collapsed on deadline day. His form has improved and he would now cost £25m. Spurs will face fierce competition from Zenit St Petersburg.
Radamel Falcao (Atletico Madrid)
Many rate the Colombian as one of the best strikers in the world right now. A £45m switch to Real Madrid looked a sure-thing earlier this season- but other big spenders have joined the hunt, including Chelsea and Man City.
Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace)
The early season hype has died down somewhat in recent weeks, but the tricky youngster still remains on many top team's radar. A bid from Man United looks likely.