It is very early in the calendar year to make predictions, but the rumour mill has been making several, and we have picked out the six HUGE summer transfer deals which would completely change the face of the Premier League as we know it.
Let us know which ones you believe will go ahead...
Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United
After last night's stunning display in the Nou Camp, it's fair to wonder quite why Real Madrid would consider letting Cristiano Ronaldo go. But he remains unwilling to sign a contract extension and after a poor league season Madrid may elect to take the cash for him and splash it on players from Isco, David Silva and a certain Welshman. Manchester United would love Ronaldo back, and he reportedly would jump at the chance, with Madrid said to be setting a £55 million price, United should break the bank.
Falcao to Manchester City
Falcao is a target for City and Chelsea, but it is Roberto Mancini's side who are said to have leapt ahead in the race for the Colombian. Atletico Madrid are said to be resigned to losing him this summer and with Mario Balotelli sold, City have a space in their attack just waiting for him. For twice the price of Robin van Persie, City would expect quite some player, but El Tigre is just that, and if City are serious about winning next year's title, signing Falcao will be be a serious statement of intent.
Gareth Bale to Real Madrid
Whether Madrid sell Ronaldo or not, they are likely to make a big push for Gareth Bale, who is in the form of his career. Further exploits against Inter Milan next month will no doubt have Madrid purring even more so, and he would certainly cost in excess of £50 million. Tottenham will do their best to hang onto him at least another year, but if they do sell, the shape of their squad would dramatically change with supporters demanding the money be re-invested. A move to sell really would transform Tottenham's prospects, one way or another.
Luis Suarez to Bayern Munich
Suarez is the second Player of the Season contender linked with a big move away, and with Pep Guardiola's Bayern interested, could he resist? Liverpool are facing a real possibility of not being able to offer European football next season, so Suarez has a decision to make, despite signing a new contract last summer. Reds owners FSG do not appear to have the disposable cash they had upon arriving at the club. Supporters would be hugely angry if Suarez is sold, but there should also be a sense of realism if Suarez moves onto better things.
Wayne Rooney to PSG
French giants PSG are being lnke with a big bid for Wayne Rooney by The Times, a transfer which could help finance a mega-move for Ronaldo. Rooney's importance to United is less than a year ago, thanks to Robin van Persie's arrival, but it would still be a brave move to sell. Perhaps it would be prudent for United to cash in while they can, and free up his wages from the bill, and this could be one to watch.
Stefan Jovetic to Arsenal
Arsene Wenger has cash to spend this summer, and knows once and for all a failure to do so will mean outcry. The striker on his radar appears to be Stefan Jovetic, who is young, talented, and ready to take the next step. Arsenal's ability to tempt him may depend on securing Champions League football or not, but with huge cash reserves the Gunners will hope to get their man for around £25 million.
Marouane Fellaini to Chelsea
Marouane Fellaini admitted early this week he would be interested in a move to Chelsea, and it is one move we expect to happen. Chelsea need a midfielder to replace Frank Lampard and Fellaini is proven in the division. Not only that but Chelsea can afford the huge fee Everton would demand, for Fellaini to go on and achieve his ambition playing at the next level. With countryman Eden Hazard at the club, and Lukaku, De Bruyne and Courtois in the wings, Fellaini would feel right at home.
How many of these will happen?